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Todd Phillips tried his luck and landed on gold. The movie was captivating as it was well-done paying homage to the 1970's street sicken streets of that era, where drug use was at an all time high, jobs were scarce and the melancholy and frustration was felt all throughout the city. Arthur Fleck, who's beat day in, day out finds him at a crossroads and ultimately delves into the abyss finding success in the underworld and gaining acolytes. Most interesting is the sharp turns of the story throughout the movie. It's quite unpredictable and seemingly bizarre. The movie quite obviously appeals the masses in that it's a class war of the rich versus the poor, or vice versa. You decide. I will, without a doubt, be purchasing it on blu ray and rewatching it again.
It perfectly encapsulates what it means, and teaches what it is to be a Christian. Moved to tears. Very well done, James Caviezel delivers as usual and James Faulkner's portrayal of Paul was stellar nonetheless. What I loved most, was the exasperation and seemingly hopeless situation up to the climax, where Mauritius' daughter is healed by the grace of God. Praise be to Jesus in the highest! Will be purchasing.
Great film! Very educational and insightful. Hoping the violent matter in this movie is able to sway people in the right direction. Every fetus, baby has rights.