Joker Review Film Comment

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"Ostensibly too sophisticated for superhero stories, our critics have accepted the Joker s power to corrupt the masses in real life, on a more literal level than the most addled comic book fan ever would." The moral concern for those susceptible masses who are bad at reading is so pervasive as to be moot everyone is ...

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For much of its runtime, Joker is a consciously ugly film, visually and emotionally. Arthur starts with close to nothing, and loses it all incrementally, in ways designed to hurt empathetic viewers..Joker is a one man show the riot scenes near the end of Joker reflect something true in society, and they brought the film out of its shell. Full Review Richard Propes TheIndependentCritic.com.The film holds your attention up until Joker's terrible revenge bloodbath on the subway early on, perhaps intended to echo the notorious Bernhard Goetz shooting of although Phillips .The storyline in and of itself is not a total miss. But once the movie starts lifting shots from "A Clockwork Orange" and yes, Phillips and company got Warners to let them use the Saul Bass studio logo for the opening credits, in white on red, yet you know its priorities are less in entertainment than in generating self importance. As social commentary, "Joker" is pernicious garbage..