Film review: Joker

Based on Alan Moore’s ‘The Killing Joke’, ‘Joker’ tells the story of Arthur Fleck, a failed clown and fast delivery canada cialis stand up comedian, and his downward spiral into madness and despair. Directed by Todd Phillips, ‘Joker’ grounds the villain in a more realistic setting, focusing more on his descent rather than his uprising.

Robert De Niro, Frances Conroy and Zazie Beetz bring their best, real viagra pharmacy prescription acting as the perfect catalysts for our unhinged anti-hero. Joaquin Phoenix is piercing with intensity, painting a portrait of a diseased mind with raw strokes. Pheonix plays Arthur with knotted unease, delivering a character no prescription viagra so rooted in his own delusion it lays bare the unsettling extremes of the sick when left untreated.

Phillips lives up to expectations, paying homage to ‘Taxi Driver’ and ‘King of Comedy’ in the form of narrative style and production. The film is relaxed in pace and yet tense in atmosphere. Coupled with generic viagra levitra and cialis pills a warm colour palette, stand out score and masterfully shot composition, the film is hard to watch but impossible to turn away from. ‘Joker’ is graphic, gritty and unflinching, a guaranteed watch that’ll have you on edge from start to finish.

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