|Movie »||Rating : Details|
|VFX||8.8/10☆ 1000+ Critic, Reviews|
|IMDb||8.5/10☆ (Votes: 223,202 )|
|Rotten Tomatoes||88% (Votes:66,306)|
|Release date :||October 3, 2019|
|Hindi||Official No , Fan made Available|
|Rating Symbol||R , Sexual Images|Language|Strong Bloody Violence,|
|Writer||Todd Phillips, Scott Silver|
|Awards||Won 2 Oscars ☆ 109 wins & 224 nominations,|
|Genres||Crime, Drama, Thriller|
|Budget||$ 55–70 million|
|Box Office||$ 1.074 million|
|Studio:||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|Production company||Warner Bros. Pictures, DC Films|
|Produced by||Todd Phillips, Bradley Cooper, Emma Tillinger Koskoff|
|Starring||Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy|
|Games||Yes Available : Google Play Store|
|Music Director||Hildur Guðnadóttir|
|Filming Location||Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA|
Joker (2019 fim)
“Joker (2019 fim)“To say that Joker is a disturbing film would be to give the word disturbing weight that it wasn’t designed for. Joker is frightening, haunting and so problemate that I had trouble speaking for hours after watching the film and lost some sleep.
That sounds dramatic, but it’s how I respond to films and this character – one of pop culture’s greatest villains has the power to do that. Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight was the stuff of nightmares. To look at him was to look into the heart of darkness. But, in Joker,
director Todd Phillips and actor Joaquin Phoenix take it further. They place us inside his head. We see what causes a mentally ill loner to blossom into an unhinged killing machine, and we sympathize with him. We’re repulsed by him, but we’re also rooting for him to tear down the indifferent smug establishment. The Joker unleashes anarchy and we smile with him as he watches the world burn.
The film gets into your bloodstream, because it’s so skilfully crafted At the centre, of course is Phoenix as the Joker. But for most of the film, we don’t see him as the crown prince of crime.
This is an origin story and the formidable Joker is a wretched clown for hire named Arthur Fleck. Phillips and his co-writer Scott Silver reimagined the comic book world, so Joker is a period film with a gritty, frayed Scorsese-style quality. The CGI is at a bare minimum. The film is set in the late 1970s-early 80s New York and carries the DNA of films of that era like Taxi Driver, The King of Comedy, Dog Day Afternoon,
Network. DOP Lawrence Sher and art director Laura Ballinger do a masterful job of rendering an urban hell. Gotham is quite literally a mess because the sanitation department is on strike. There’s trash everywhere and the residents seemed to be stewing in stench and sickness, especially Arthur. Arthur’s mother calls him Happy, which is a grand irony because as Arthur tells us, he hasn’t been happy for one minute of his entire life.
Most people treat Arthur like the garbage that they’re side-stepping on the pavement and his tenuous grip on reality slowly comes about. As he says, it’s enough to make anyone crazy. You’ve never seen crazy done like Phoenix does it. Arthur suffers from a condition that makes him laugh uncontrollably, but this laughter is like a breath away from tears. There are scenes in which he barely seems human. Phoenix is so thin that when he removes his shirt, you can see bones sticking out at impossible angles. Arthur is pathetic, but his eyes flash a gleamof the deligh