Near the end of Joker – amidst riots and looting and violence after Joker committed murder on national television, we see the Wayne family (Thomas, Martha, and young Bruce) exiting their local movie theater.
The Clown Prince of Crime finally has his own, standalone film in the aptly-titled Joker, and the movie has officially arrived in theaters. And although it may not be your average comic book movie--the
“Joker,” Todd Phillips’s new meditation on the Batman villain’s origin story, wears many of its cinematic influences on its boldly tinted clown sleeve. Gritty urban outcast films from the 1970s and ‘80s
You might have heard that Batman’s parents are dead—it’s sort of his whole thing. It’s inevitable, then, that any attempt to adapt the avenging orphan’s story to the screen—including the recently debuted
From his early films with Pedro Almodóvar to Desperado, Shrek 2, and Spy Kids, the Spanish actor has always been an inventive and daring performer. “Nobody knew quite what to make of him, or quite what