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4 responses to “Joker Review”

  1. Saul T. Nuts

    Geez, DD and BS are just a couple of sad, whiney babies who need their diapers changed. Joker is a fantastic movie about mental illness and the descent into madness, with amazing performances and it’s filled with symbolism (which I doubt you two idiots even recognized). One of the keys (missed by DD and BS) is how interesting it is to sympathize and revile the same character…it makes for an uncomfortable, yet thoughtful/unique movie experience.

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  2. A_Blue_Wildcat

    Imagine having such a poor understanding of entertainment that you actually think that something like this would inspire a school shooting. The release of this movie really shows the disconnect that journalists have with the real world, look at the difference in review scores on metacritic between critics and users. This almost reminds me of when some critics thought Clockwork Orange would lead to a generation of ultra violent adolescents.

  3. A_Blue_Wildcat

    Also this quote made me laugh “When Scorsese would make a film about someone who is a bad person, you would never lose sight of the fact that the character was in the wrong”. Watch Taxi Driver please for the love of god.