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Joker (2019)

  • Crime Action Thriller Drama
  • During the 1980s, a failed stand-up comedian is driven insane and turns to a life of crime and chaos in Gotham City while becoming an infamous psychopathic crime figure.

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    English
  • $55,000,000
  • Description

    In Gotham City| mentally-troubled comedian Arthur Fleck is disregarded and mistreated by society. He then embarks on a downward spiral of revolution and bloodycrime. This path brings him face-to-face with his alter-ego: "The Joker".

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    If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog :) Obviously, Joker is one of my most anticipated movies of 2019. I mean, how couldn't it be?! Besides belonging to the superhero genre, DC has been on a streak of great films within its universe, so an isolated installment definitely excites me, especially about one of the evilest villains ever. It's by far one of the less comic-book-y flicks of the century. It doesn't follow the generic origin story formula, it avoids any cliches associated with the genre, and it's the type of movie that's becoming more and more rare nowadays. It's a character study like we haven't seen in a long time. I'll simply begin with the person that elevates the entire thing: Joaquin Phoenix. Now, if there's something I'm not going to do is compare his performance with Heath Ledger's. That's the number one mistake people are going to keep making forever. First of all, The Dark Knight and Joker couldn't be more distinct films, even if they belong to the same genre (despite Joker being unique, it's still about a famous comic-book villain). Then, despite Phoenix and Ledger portraying the same "version" of the clown (crazy, sadistic psychopath), the former is 90% Arthur Fleck while the latter is 100% Joker, throughout each of their movies. Finally, Phoenix is the sole protagonist of this feature, while Ledger had the best live-action Batman sharing the spotlight. In conclusion, it's both unfair, and a bit unreasonable to compare both interpretations since their roles have a different impact on the narrative, as well as each film being entirely different. In the end, both are impressive. However, let's switch to Phoenix since he's the star of this show … He has 2019's best performance, by far! With a strong marketing campaign, I'm sure he'll get that Oscar. I hope so! It's so well-deserved. Todd Phillips and Scott Silver developed a brilliant screenplay, but Phoenix elevates it to a whole other level. Throughout the entire runtime, I felt weird. Perturbed. Even uncomfortable with what I was watching and consequently feeling. It's a dark, brutal, violent, emotionally powerful origin of a villain who I feel disturbingly empathetic towards. Phoenix makes the story work due to its remarkably captivating display of someone who's mentally ill. Arthur Fleck slowly becoming crazier is due to how society behaves and not due to some chemical pool that transforms his skin white and hair green (nothing wrong with this, but I know which origin story I prefer). "The world is getting crazier out there", and it becomes excruciatingly painful to deal with it, especially when so much is going on with Arthur’s personal life, and most of it he doesn't even realize because he tries to hide everything behind a smile. It's a screenplay filled with narrative twists that not only pack a punch of surprise but leave you feeling extremely upset. The last act is one of the best in the last few years. If the second act is an enormous build-up, the last one is a terrific payoff. I can't remember the last movie I saw where I loved 100% every single narrative decision. I wouldn't do any of the big moments differently. There are so many excellent references hidden in plain sight that comic-book fans (and fans of the TDK trilogy as well) will love just like I did. In the ending, there's one pivotal moment in particular that serves as the absolute climax … I got chills all over my body. They couldn't have done that scene more perfect. I only have one tiny nitpick with the way some scenes feel repetitive since they neither move the plot forward or give us anything new. Some of these still help to create tension, some feel like they're just… there. A Best Picture and Best Actor nominations seem to be on its way, but these are not the only achievements that deserve to be recognized. The original score by Hildur Guðnadóttir is incredibly addictive, so much that I'm listening to it while writing this review. It definitely helps to generate tremendous build-up, and it elevates the sinister environment of Gotham City. Lawrence Sher's cinematography is utterly stunning. The underexposure of some scenes is glorious. Sher paints the screen with so many gorgeous shots, especially with his close-ups on Phoenix, where the latter is able to shine. Jeff Groth is also impeccable in the editing room. There are several long takes with Phoenix just giving his all and letting all his emotions out (or keeping them all contained), which is always something I deeply appreciate since it helps with the flow of the narrative. Regarding the film's controversy surrounding its messages and the incentive to violence, I really don't know what to say. It's ridiculous. I remember those times when going into the movie theater was a surreal experience. It was the number one place for people to forget about their lives, jobs, everything. Joker is a fictional story! It's the origin of one of the worst psychopaths in the history of comic-books and cinema. If people expected to leave the theater "happy" or "joyful", then at least one of the film's message is right: society really is getting crazier. Have people forgotten who Joker is? What could you possibly expect from his origin story?! Nowadays, no one knows how to behave (social media is the primary source for spreading hate). No one respects the fellow citizen or even the world itself. More and more people only look at their own bellies. Political agendas are everywhere. New extreme movements are created every other year. Social hypersensibility is exponentially growing. The same way some people will hate this movie for not being able (or simply not wanting) to accept that they feel empathy towards a murderer, people all around the world behave like their actions don't reflect on another person's life and on their own planet. If people get ruthlessly violent because they watched Joker, how can someone complain that the film's message is bad when it's eventually true? All in all, Joker is one of the best movies of the year, and it's definitely on my Top3 at the date of this review. Joaquin Phoenix delivers my favorite male performance of 2019, by elevating a script about the origin of one of the evilest villains ever. The way he gradually becomes more insane is worthy of study, but it's how he's able to make the audience create empathy towards a psychopath that leaves me disturbingly captivated. Todd Phillips produces a character-study filled with an astonishingly tense build-up and one of the most chill-inducing payoffs of the last few years. With every single narrative decision nailed perfectly, Hildur Guðnadóttir's score and Lawrence Sher's cinematography stand out. The lack of restraint in showing the unmerciful violence (physical and mental) that society inflicts on one another is what makes us feel unsettled. Because we know it's mostly true, and we refuse to accept it. It's not a film about the Joker. It's a very realistic portrayal of someone (anyone!) who can become someone like him. And it's disturbingly brilliant! PS: Robert DeNiro (Murray Franklin) and Zazie Beetz (Sophie Dumond) are also great. Phoenix's performance is so mesmerizing that I almost forgot there were other actors in the movie. Rating: A

    Joker. The character that has existed since 1940, has become so heavy with so many different portrayals, different origins, that it feels impossible for any mortal man alive to impersonate the scattered personalities. It is an insurmountable task for any director to digest it all and still produce one more. Todd Phillips had a crazy challenge. He brought in one of the best actors alive to lift it with him, Joaquin Phoenix. Together, they have built a mass-market masterpiece which is just above the crop. It is appropriately crazy and completely focussed on the central character. The narrator goes close to the shores of that craziness, wets his feet but remains dry to tell this story. It is like those news reporters which go closer to the burning amazon, but it is impossible to step in the fumes. In no way, Joker is telling his story. Instead, his story is told to us and there are pillars of sanity (like the detectives, asylum clerk etc.) which remain steadfast to give a strong anchor to the audience. This dilutes the effect of the film. With the copious amount of material on Joker already, I wished to consider this film as a standalone character study vaguely inspired by the batman universe. But this is not entirely possible. I was forced to think about it on two levels. With Batman and Without Batman. With Batman, The Joker is on the home turf. There have been many renditions of Joker, and Heath Ledger's portrayal is still vivid in my mind. I knew that Arthur here will go on to become someone who is going to say, “‎Introduce a little anarchy. Upset the established order, and everything becomes chaos. I'm an agent of chaos...”. When I was thinking Joker in the context of Batman, I could not keep Ledger's joker too far away. I was searching for a path for Arthur to go from the mentally unstable to the calculating anarchist. I was left searching for that path when the movie ended. To remain as the crown prince of crime, and to justify the title of the greatest adversary of Batman, just mental instability isn't good enough. He needs to be much more intelligent, much more cunning. These traits are often visible early, In the case of Arthur, I could not find that complete foundation upon which the later psyche can stand. This reminded me of Cameron Monaghan's Jerome Valeska. The joker of my understanding is somewhere between the cruelty of Jerome and pitiable delusions of Arthur. Also, the iconic Batman moment was not needed in this. I kept feeling that Joker is trying to stand with the support of Batman's tale as a clutch. A safety net enforced by the producers. On the other hand, if I consider this movie as a standalone tale, then it was a bit more satisfying. There are tearjerker movies where nothing good ever happens with the protagonist. A series of bad lucks, or difficulties keep blocking a normal life. He is most definitely poor, has a sub-optimal family background, has a medical affliction which is unique and provides a foundation of the pity I felt. This is not very far from Rani Mukharjee's Hichki if you only consider the medical condition. Rani's Naina had Tourette syndrome while Joaquin's Arthur suffers from pseudobulbar affect. The setting and genre make the two films vastly different. More often than not, I have noticed these disorders lift a lot of burden from the narrative. In the case of Joker, couple his disorder with usually being in the wrong place at the wrong time, you have a travesty of human life. Add to that, an unstable parent, amplify it with the volatile societal conditions, you have a perfect decoction of what Joker is made of. As a tale of its own, it works. The delivery is great thanks to the spectacular performance. It also helps to increase the awareness of mental health. But when you strip off all the Batman context, it remains a well-acted and averagely written tale. Unfortunately, this is a single film, and I felt it is torn between these two polarising treatments. It wants to find its ground, which it finds. But that ground is far from being sensational. It remains somewhat indecisive. It can not be well soaked in Batman lore like James Gordon's tale, Gotham is. I am considering Gotham because both Gotham and Joker do not feature Batman, but they both have Bruce. Gotham understands its lore and fully embraces it but Joker does not want to. At the same time, as a tale of the psychologically troubled protagonist, Joker tries to play safe with the aim to please audience en-mass. I kept thinking about American Psycho and The Machinist. (Coincidently, both star ex-Batman Christian Bale). Those two take you in the psyche of the protagonist. Those take you inside the burning Amazon and not stand at a safe distance. Joker does not aim to do so. I am not at all qualified to talk about the acting performances. Joaquin Phoenix is in every frame and the way he waltzes between emotions is terrifyingly amazing. The Tai Chi to calm himself down, the menacing stare when finally becomes the Joker, those are chilling. He lives the character to the best of his abilities. Regrettably, he does not have the same level of writing support which Heath Ledger had and so due to no fault of his own, Joaquin could not topple Heath Ledger's portrayal of the crown prince of crime. If I consider Todd Philips's entire resume, this was a genre shift for him. He knew very well that the biggest trump card is Joaquin Phoenix, so he takes no risk. He keeps him in focus, almost always all the setting and cinematography works for him. The only exception being Robert De Niro. Robert is allowed to carry his scenes quite independently. I think Todd Philips relied on both these giants to carry their parts. Sadly, I had gone to a theatre which had a bad print or screen so I think I will have to watch it again sometimes to enjoy the cinematography. I realised, I kept writing a lot and this is already over a thousand words. If you are here and reading still, I must say thank you. To summarise, The Joker worked for me and I enjoyed it, but I would not consider it the best depication of the iconic villain from comic books. The best may yet come.

    The Joker is similar to the DC Joker character but is not a criminal genius. The movie was a great depiction of how a person who has been mistreated, lied to, and ignored, totally lacking access to human compassion, can snap. The acting is top notch, and it puts a spotlight on the importance of mental health in modern times.

    Okay, this film has already been so widely debated that I’m not sure what I can really add to the conversation. So, I’ll just give my thoughts. “Joker” is a fairly basic character study of Arthur Fleck, a mentally ill man who feels increasingly marginalized by an uncaring and brutal society in Gotham City. To start, the characters, except for Arthur himself, are pretty flat. They seem to have little purpose other than to further Arthur’s story. This includes Thomas Wayne, who in other media is portrayed as a man of many dimensions, wealthy but caring, and instilling these values in his son Bruce. Here, he is portrayed as much more uncaring and elitist. Which gives much less of an impact in the inevitable alley scene we see in everything remotely related to Batman. More on this in a minute. It’s important to the point. Arthur suffers a condition that makes him burst into laughter at inappropriate times. He also has other unspecified mental illnesses. We’re never given the specifics. This is actually a little troubling because of the general depiction of mental illness. It almost seems like they are saying that if someone is mentally ill then they are a ticking time bomb and it’s only a matter of time before they go off. This is not a good look. After a series of events, Arthur begins spiraling downward, but at the same time realizes how much influence he can have over other people, an aspect of the Joker that isn’t often explored. And this is where the characters other than Arthur being rather flat comes into play. There’s more than one indication that we are actually witnessing these events through Arthur’s eyes. And this creates a brilliant depiction of a narcissistic personality. The only character that gets fully fleshed out is Arthur himself, but he can’t or won’t connect with other people to see their depth. As such, we get to see narcissism from the inside, no connection to others and in fact seeing them as pawns in his own schemes. It’s subtle and definitely not in your face, but if you look carefully, the hints are there. Those who fear that "Joker" would glorify incel violence or otherwise can rest a little easier, but as I mentioned, the film isn't without its troubling portrayals. It does vilify the mentally ill, which creates a whole host of other issues. The movie swings wildly between "excellent" and just "okay," and sometimes even "meh." As such, it gets a recommendation, but only a mild one.

    *A Masterpiece*. The movie shows the escalating events that made Arthur become the Joker. Initially an inoffensive poor and sick man, Arthur suffered a tide of unfortunate events that pushed him closer and closer to the edge. Ignored and despised by everyone, sick and alone in the world, and neglected by the State, Arthur becomes progressively more violent until he breaks. Much more than one more Super-hero movie, *Joker* uses well-known characters to promote the reflection on the "ignored" ones. At least, ignored until they become a Joker.

    Comments

    3 weeks ago

    saw it 3 times already in cinema, a masterpiece.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Did you get a medal?

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    How old are you? Five. Let people be.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    boludo whats are you doing here ....

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Yes, he deserves three medals and special award for having good taste You on the other hand deserve to be punished for being a d***

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    nice circlejerk

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    ikr? it's like, take your own advice you stupid. you're doing the same thing xd

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Attacking agresive guy is not 'the same thing' as attacking a guy that is 'too enthusiastic'...

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    This kind of comment is why The Joker type of people exist and will burn the world.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Exactly!

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Unfortunately at this point in time, I have to put my hand up and say Im Australian. My Apologies for this guys knuckle headed opinion, most of us are reasonable down here!

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Hes a Kiwi brov

    3 weeks ago

    What a great movie. First R-rated movie to cross 1 Billion AND didn't even release in China

    3 weeks ago

    More miserable depressing violent cinema....

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    often art reflects reality... and in this case, there is a message in the madness that many fail to see in this kind of movie. all is connected.  Look how many (especially in america) are homeless, addicted, mentally ill and untreated... left behind.  symptomatic of a sick society. like when an individual person is sick.. they have 'symptoms' ... same goes for society

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    More like an important message on how mental illness effects human beings.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Yes, but the bigger question is WHY are there more and more increasingly mentally ill, addicted, homeless, left behind people? the answer is that it is all interconnected. the corruption is systemic and we continue to try and treat the symptoms without getting to the roots of the problems.. just as treating symptoms for a disease does not always cure the dis-ease in a person, same goes for an entire society

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    The disease is capitalism

    anonymous -

    yes and no. isms are the problem. empathy is the solution. consciousness and the raising of it, will save humanity and raise the bar for all of humanity. whether it's capitalism or socialism, if it's run unconsciously by the same kind of people in separation,it fails. we don't even have capitalism now, we have cartelism. big pharma, big agriculture, big tech, big banks etc. all cartel industries = failures in the big picture.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Disney makes plenty of happy movies. it's nice to watch something that isn't always rainbows and unicorns.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Rainbows, unicorns and the cinematic equivalent of farts. We can't forget the ubiquitous presence of cinematic farts now. It only accounts for 99.999% of the films we pay to watch with our hard or earned money or waste our time and effort to pirate after all.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    ,lvlv,slv/,s/

    3 weeks ago

    how is the quality on this rip?

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    asking the real questions here

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    ok so can confirm, looks very good.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    exactly what im wondering as this is sooner than I expected

    3 weeks ago

    Seen this 14 times in the cinema,gonna watch it three times tonight and four times tomorrow,thatnks for the upload.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Are you okay, bud?

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    kkkkkkkk

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Why only four times tomorrow?

    3 weeks ago

    Worst Joker ever

    3 weeks ago

    Why are people in such a hurry to call this a masterpiece? It's a really good movie, but masterpiece? Only time will tell.

    3 weeks ago

    Anyone notice problems with the audio like every 5 mins or so goes out and comes back for a 1 second?  Is it the release cause I played it in all players VLC, klite etc... and it still does it, wondering if anyone else noticed it, thanks

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    probably only you

    3 weeks ago

    IMDb says Joker's runtime is 2h 2m, while this release is 1h 55m -- so it appears 7 minutes has been cut? Can anyone confirm?

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Its only the last 7.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    So basically the ending is missing?

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    So basically the ending is missing?

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    I dl'ed a different release with same runtime, their nfo states complete movie but credits are cut..

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    Cool, I was hoping that was the case.

    3 weeks ago

    ahhhhhh the korsub i've been waiting for    thanks!

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    We have the power to realistically swap faces but not strip korean subtitles.. AI scientists have their priorities wrong

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    All of the best minds are working on celebrity porn replication and penis enlargement.

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    People have worked on logo removal (which would be a similar but slightly simpler class of problem)in the past, but the media cartels have pointed a stack of lawyers at the individuals working on solutions. And even though they have broken no laws, the legal action can waste a large percentage of peoples time.

    3 weeks ago

    What a colossal waist of time-only joker for me is one in a Dark knight. This was so boooooring ,it takes forever to get to fun part and then movie ends. Joaquin did the role good as mad joker but script sucks donkey balls.

    3 weeks ago

    I liked it. Very much. Ha Ha Haaa Ha Haaaa Ha Haaaaa ha ahahahahahah

    3 weeks ago

    la de culo rotos que hay aca haciendose los angloparlantes

    3 weeks ago

    lemme guess half the movie is him getting [email protected] on and then the other half is him [email protected] into my brain mouth.... thx for the effort, my hopes are low tho....

    3 weeks ago

    sooo quality? lets just give the basics people?

    3 weeks ago

    holly shieet wasnt expecting this early?

    3 weeks ago

    Spanish sub?

    3 weeks ago

    let's see why is this movie hyping people out...

    3 weeks ago

    A10V10 many thanks.

    3 weeks ago

    Quality?

    3 weeks ago

    gracias.!!! saludos

    anonymous 3 weeks ago

    tenes los subtitulos??

    3 weeks ago

    Almost had a heart attack seeing this listed on rarbg.  But I really want to wait for the BluRay.  I loved this film so much. It might be the first 4K BluRay I actually buy in years.

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