Joker (2019) Movie Review & Trailer.

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By Akb

Joker Movie Review

Mahatma Gandhi, who fought for his life for the sake of another, had said, “The fight for freedom is not complete until it has music.” Gandhi’s ribs were often seen moving fast. Gandhi, with this slim body, also once danced with a stick. It was the priest’s style of non-violence to enjoy battles while winning and even while fighting.
‘Joker’ Arthur Flake (Walkin Phoenix) also seems to be a follower of Gandhi in this matter but ‘I have a condition’ in which Joker’s non-stop laughter and violence is applicable.
‘Hey Ram’ is associated with Gandhi, and rock star Gary Glitter’s song Hey, which sexually abuses children with Arthur. While fighting his battles, the Joker is seen showing his ribs in songs playing in the Arthur background. This celebration is about turning the tragedies of life into comedy.
Joker: Heath Ledger’s Legacy
In 2005, in the last scene of ‘Batman Begins’, the Joker card was shown. After three years, the Joker stepped out of the cards in 2009 and asks in ‘The Dark Knight’ – why so serious? When Heather Ledger, the ‘Joker’ actor who brutally asked for a smile at the tip of the knife, said goodbye to the world, it was understood that there would be no other Joker on screen. The year changed, the situation changed, but it did not change, that fake smile of the Joker, which was pulled on the cheeks with color and sometimes blood to make the other laugh.It is here that as soon as the Joker is named, the image of Heath Ledger is often missing in the mind and the entry is of Arthur Fleck, the lead character of director Todd Phillips’ film Joker, ie Walkin Phoenix. Arthur is the resident of Gotham City. A clown with the desire to become a successful standup comedian, whose compulsion becomes his strength. But a story that goes from compulsion to strength, Arthur is the name of this story. How a prankster loses his smile in his desire to make others laugh.

Joker Movie Cast

Directed by:
  • Todd Phillips
Produced by:
  • Todd Phillips
  • Bradley Cooper
  • Emma Tillinger Koskoff
Written by:
  • Todd Phillips
  • Scott Silver
Based on:
  • Characters by DC Comics
  • Joaquin Phoenix
  • Robert De Niro
  • Zazie Beetz
  • Frances Conroy
Music by:
  • Hildur Guðnadóttir
  • Lawrence Sher
Edited by:
  • Jeff Groth
Production companies:
  • Warner Bros. Pictures
  • DC Films
  • Joint Effort
  • Bron Creative
  • Village Roadshow Pictures
Distributed by:
  • Warner Bros. Pictures
Running time:
  • 122 minutes
  • United States
  • English
  • $55–70 million[3][4]
Box office:
  • $1.073 billion

Joker Movie Release Date

  • August 31, 2019  (Venice)
  • October 4, 2019  (United States)

Joker Movie Trailer

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