The Joker, one of the most popular and critically praised movies in recent memory, is about Arthur Fleck, an unsuccessful stand-up comedian with a physical condition. His life story and the way society treated him are a harsh reflection of society today. This film is as pertinent to modern culture as it can be in a world when bullying, trolling, apathy, and hatred are on the rise. Joaquin Phoenix was justly awarded the Best Actor Academy Award for his portrayal of the Joker and its impactful language.
Some of The Joker’s most famous quotes are listed below:
Joker Aesthetic Arthur “Comedy Is Subjective” In Joker, Arthur performs behind the scenes. In addition to being very intense and horrifying, Arthur’s triumphant appearance on the talk show in Joker is also perverse. Arthur exposes himself to the world after choosing his dangerous new course. In Joker, Arthur performs behind the scenes. In addition to being very intense and horrifying, Arthur’s triumphant appearance on the talk show in Joker is also perverse. Arthur exposes himself to the world after choosing his dangerous new course. Arthur uses the chance to finally speak out against the hypocrisy he finds in society, despite the fact that he was only brought on the show to be the punchline. It also suggests that his more sinister humour, which some people would find unnerving, will eventually come to define who he is.
Well, No One’s Laughing Now.”
Arthur Fleck performing in “Joker” With his desire of a career in stand-up comedy, it is obvious that Arthur has a detached attitude towards reality throughout the narrative. He believes it to be what he was always intended to do and doesn’t even seem to consider the possibility that it might not be the best course of action. Even more tragically, Arthur doesn’t seem to recognise when people are grinning at him rather than with him. Nevertheless, “no one’s laughing now” offers a chilling premonition of what Arthur’s brand of comedy would eventually develop into.
Everybody Is Awful These Days. It’s Enough To Make Everyone Crazy.”
The killing of the men on the subway acts as a catalyst for all the resentment that has been building in Gotham City. It is obvious that Arthur was never intended to be the leader of some uprising, despite the shift his acts brought about. When he confessed to killing those individuals on the talk programme, he said that his motivation was simply because he didn’t like them. His statements, however, give the impression that anyone might have carried out the same action.
My Life Is Nothing But A Comedy.
It is remarkable how the film offers potential antecedents for the character, even though it is difficult to envision Arthur Fleck ever evolving into the Joker fans know from Batman history. This version is far more sorrowful than the manic criminal one. This comment illustrates how his mind might be distorted to view the world in such a twisted humorous manner. Arthur relies on humour now that he has lost everything, and his sense of humour has evolved into something quite unpleasant.