The recent movie “JOKER” starring Joaquin Phoenix is the talk of the town. Everybody is going crazy, and people can’t stop praising Phoenix for his portrayal of the character. The people living in the “Batman Universe” know that it takes a lot of heart and soul to play the role of Joker, the Caped Crusader of the arch-nemesis
The movie is an American psychological thriller, and Todd Philips has directed the film. It’s set in the year 1981 and based on the DC Comics character. The movie premiered in the Venice International Film Festival, and Joaquin received an 8-minute standing ovation as a token of appreciation for his work.
Many artists have played the role of joker in the past, but it only received due consideration and value with Heath Ledger’s legendary performance. The story is a cautionary tale of Arthur Fleck, a man with a strong character disregarded by society. The script revolves around a failed stand-up comedian who takes the path of crime and creates chaos in Gotham City. It portrays how a man can become so dangerous and deranged when not accepted by society.
By now, everyone is aware of The Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame movie. It is an American superhero film based on Marvel’s comic Avengers where the team of superheroes reverses the damaged caused by the infamous Thanos. It crashed the records of every Avengers movie and also became the highest-grossing film, leaving behind Avatar.
The movie earned $2.8 billion worldwide and received appreciation for its visual effects, action sequences, direction, acting and a lot more. Directed by Anthony and Joe Russo, the movie was a work of art with extraordinary artists like Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, and many others.
Though we are yet to find out if “JOKER” beats the “Avengers: Endgame” records, but given the appreciation and praises received for the former, “JOKER” is expected to break numerous box office records and turn out to be a highly successful film. The original standalone story of the most fierce and iconic villain will crash the theatres with the audience going crazy for Joaquin Phoenix, in and as “JOKER” on October 4th.