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Joker is a movie starring Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, and Zazie Beetz. In Gotham City, mentally troubled comedian Arthur Fleck is disregarded and mistreated by society. He then embarks on a downward spiral of revolution and...

Drama, Thriller, Crime
Todd Phillips
Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Director Todd Phillips
Writer Bob Kane, Scott Silver, Jerry Robinson, Bill Finger, Todd Phillips
Stars Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro
Country Canada, USA
Also Known As Guasón, ジョーカー, Džokers, 小丑, Xhoker, Xiao Chou, Jokker, Coringa, Džokeris, Џокер
Runtime 2 h 2 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Forever alone in a crowd, failed comedian Arthur Fleck seeks connection as he walks the streets of Gotham City. Arthur wears two masks -- the one he paints for his day job as a clown, and the guise he projects in a futile attempt to feel like he's part of the world around him. Isolated, bullied and disregarded by society, Fleck begins a slow descent into madness as he transforms into the criminal mastermind known as the Joker.

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Tuesday, 02 Feb 2021 19:46

Saw this one in the back lot at a sci-fi movie. It was not what I expected at all. Not sure how it did so well in the box office. Although I have no idea why it did. It has an interesting plot and the cinematography is very good. The fight scenes are fast and the script has some witty dialogue. If you can't tell from the title, you can see why this movie didn't do well. It does not explain the Joker or the audience. All you have to do is imagine him as the villain and you'll be able to figure it out. The film is about two criminals who want to get into Gotham City and blow it up. One of the guys is the psychopathic joker who is a deadly assassin. The other guy is a drug addict. In the middle of the film they go through a car crash, and then we meet two cops who are trying to keep the criminals from blowing up the city. The first time the two cops meet the joker is helping them out and then they start to kill each other. This is when the joker turns on the other guy and kills him. I was pretty shocked when I saw this, but not surprised. It is a pretty twisted plot. The joker was a pretty good villain. The dialogue was witty. The plot had twists and turns that made it interesting. If you can't tell from the title, you can see why this movie did not do so well. I think people were not satisfied with the ending because it was not what they expected. Although I can see why people were disappointed. The ending was kind of strange, but not really. I would recommend it to fans of the superhero genre. I will see it again sometime in the future.
Tuesday, 08 Dec 2020 19:25

A bit of a slow start for a big, sprawling, dark and brooding film with a ton of beautiful elements of the New York City skyline. Some of the sets and costumes are all kind of nice looking but for me it's the locales and the lighting of the buildings that give the movie an almost urban feel to it. The dark, foreboding lighting and the isolation of the big city streets. People don't really talk much but there are a few quiet exchanges that make the film even more intriguing. The cinematography is dark and the surroundings really capture the mood of the movie. The performances by both the leads are very good and well cast and adds to the overall feeling of the film. The supporting characters all do a good job and are interesting too. The music score is outstanding. A lot of songs are very fitting to the mood of the movie and the film ends with a wonderful, unique, really good looking, atmospheric, nostalgic, symphonic score. The plot is really interesting and keeps you interested throughout. It's a shame the film doesn't do a better job of developing its characters. The villains are very dark and mysterious, but their motivations are all unclear and their motives are very hard to figure out. The film does manage to keep you intrigued but not really satisfied. The film ends really well, but is a bit too rushed and that's probably because it does feel like it's a bit rushed. The film might have more focus on the story and a better progression, but it is still a very good film. It's a lot better than it probably could have been because it's got a lot going on. In the end it's a nice, dark, intelligent and exciting film. Worth watching. 7/10
Friday, 04 Dec 2020 05:30

After his older brother gets shot by the police, Charlie (Jared Leto) decides to go straight with no strings attached. However, he will have to contend with not only his brother, but the people he's about to turn to for help. His life has never been as smooth as he'd like it to be, as he constantly fights his own past with his siblings. For a character like Charlie, this is probably the easiest part of the movie to write. His inner turmoil is never going to be explored, so what is left is just the major conflict that's been left. He also has to deal with his siblings, which I suppose is his own fault in a sense. He's never really been a close enough to his siblings to let them know what's going on, which is a real shame. They're probably the most important character in the film, and they're the ones who are given the most screen time. Although I believe that their interaction is more or less the point of the film, I can't deny that the dialogue is solid. I won't bother with the differences between the different characters, as it's not really important. However, there are a few things that stand out about the actors. Jared Leto is always a strong choice for a leading man, and he's so good that I've seen him as a big-name actor. I don't know why he wasn't recognized earlier on, but the talent he showed in this film shows that he can actually be one of those guys that you don't know how he'll turn out. Rachel McAdams is no Oscar material, but she's certainly talented. I don't think she'll go down in history as one of the great actors of her generation, but she has her moments, and she really does steal the scenes when she's on screen. The performances are the highlight of the film, and they are all the reason I'll recommend it to people. If you like the character Charlie in the book, you'll probably like the character in the film. It's not a very deep film, but it's pretty decent. I have to give it credit, but I don't think it's as great as it's made out to be. I wouldn't go see it again, but I won't be completely negative about it either. If you like the original movie, it's a solid addition to the series. If you don't, it's still okay, but I wouldn't recommend it either. It's a solid action thriller, and it's not really bad. I liked it enough to recommend it.
Wednesday, 04 Nov 2020 03:07

I have never been a big fan of Nolan's work. What I loved about "Inception" was that he created a world that looked so real that you couldn't help but have a bit of it. I don't know if Nolan did this with "Batman Begins" but "The Dark Knight" was just as good. I think the "dark knight" films are my favorite films in the past 10 years. I really liked how Nolan did this and tried to create a believable world with believable people. It made me feel like I was there and when things like "You know who" came up I could almost feel the panic that was going on in my mind. It was awesome. This film is more of a dream. I didn't feel like I was there when they told me what was going on. I felt like I was watching it on a computer. But then when things like "I can't be the only one who has heard about this" came up I felt like I could feel the paranoia that was going on. I could feel how much I wanted to tell my friends and see if they had heard about it. It was kinda like "The Matrix" except they made the world bigger and that was the problem. But when they did this they could tell you a story with believable people. That's what made the movie so good. But now that I think about it, "The Dark Knight" was really not that great. It had a good beginning but then after that I just felt like it was slow. I don't know why but I just felt like it was more of a dream than a movie. I think it's because the whole movie was just like a dream. I just don't think Nolan was able to do that with "The Dark Knight". The first half of the movie was good but the last 20 minutes of the movie were really disappointing. The only thing that I can say is that I think it's too dark. I mean if it was just more of a dream it could have been good. But it was more of a dream. That was the main problem. I'm sure Nolan had this in mind, but it just didn't work for me.

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