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  • Hey, there is currently construction going on in my office.

  • So instead of setting up an awkward camera in my home, I thought that would be the perfect time to do a voice over video.

  • I wanted to talk about something that's been on my mind for quite a while, which is ideas around the Joker film.

  • Yes, I'm two months late for anyone to still care about this.

  • But if you clicked, hear me out.

  • I wanted to discuss not so much to film itself.

  • What's more interesting to me is the reaction to it and how we was portrayed and proceed by the media and the audience in general.

  • And now that the time has passed and it's sort of come to a conclusion so personally, I was very happy when I saw the trailer had come out.

  • The Joker is already a somewhat of a subculture MIM, so this lead to excitement for more means.

  • But I was mainly excited because it start one of my favorite actors walk in Phoenix, which, seriously, why is it not called Joachim Phoenix English language, please.

  • I think he's a phenomenal actor, and I knew he would fit this role just perfectly.

  • A quick side note here is that in the previous film that featured the Joker in Suicide Squad, the performance was by Jared Leto, which was a questionable display and, according to the Hollywood Reporter, later was fuming over not being casted as the new Joker in this film.

  • And I think it's so funny when people are upset over something they have no right to be upset about.

  • Letter is a good actor.

  • No, but when you're sending allegedly, according to him, use condoms A no beads, live rants, two people on the set.

  • I think he is trolling when the senses and the rule generally has never go full joker never go full joker.

  • But when the other stars in the film were asked about the gifts, they're clearly very uncomfortable.

  • Yeah.

  • Did you get one?

  • Yes, I go things I can't even begin to tell you that we had things I got.

  • I got a number of gifts for Jared.

  • Okay, he's already thinks I don't like to talk about I guess that's just what happens when you're so epically immersed in the character of the Joker.

  • On another sign note, I think the fact that Jared Leto, who previously wanted Oscar contrast in Quite Kim, who never won one and clearly deserves to.

  • There's probably many reasons to why he hasn't won one, but I think part of the reason why it's because Joachim is weird movie.

  • It's such a hard time.

  • I've been meaning to do a video on him, just him, because I find him very interesting.

  • He's the kind of person that you don't really know where to place him, and he clearly enjoy stat and plays on that.

  • But those kind of people are hard to attribute awards, too, and I think that's why that's exactly the reason why quack in fits so perfectly this role, anyway.

  • The trailer came up it all.

  • The great people are very excited.

  • But the media's reaction slowly started to become weird.

  • Talking about how Joker is a dangerous film bringing out the worst of the Internet, talking about how killing rampage would encourage copycat attacks, Talking about it's dangerous message or insult culture male rage.

  • The list went on.

  • It went on so much that Todd Phillips, the creator of the film, even had to step in and say publicly, Hey, I really think there's been a lot of think pieces written by people who proudly state they haven't even seen the movie and they don't need Thio.

  • I would just argue that you might want to watch the movie.

  • You might want to watch it with an open mind.

  • That's pretty fair.

  • You at least watch the film The point here being people were sure this movie, somehow glorified in Seoul violence or even white rage was mentioned.

  • It went so far that even during a press interview with Joaquin Phoenix and The Telegraph, they asked Phoenix directly.

  • Are you concerned that the Joker might perversely end up inspiring exactly the kind of people it's about with potentially tragic result?

  • What came, walked out and left the interview, and he went even worse from here.

  • The military, the U.

  • S.

  • Military issued a warning to Troops about the premiere.

  • Even it was almost as if Media was bracing for impact that something bad was gonna happen.

  • But then the movie finally came out and surprised.

  • It's a movie about mental health.

  • Unfortunately, this didn't change the narrative from media that it was still a dangerous film.

  • But I think what the movie seemed to have mostly inspired was to have a bunch of kids dancing at a staircase.

  • So was it all an overreaction would have spawned many of these headlines and concerns came from what happened seven years ago in 2012.

  • AURORA, Colorado.

  • A shooting, which took place at a movie theater.

  • But it wasn't just any movie theater.

  • It was during The Dark Knight Rises, the Batman film and the Terrorists had red dyed hair, and it was told that the shooter called himself Joker.

  • So maybe the media's criticism over its films release wasn't unfounded.

  • Then accept.

  • This wasn't the truth, according to the district attorney.

  • It never happened.

  • Colorado officials have attempted to clarify for years that the terrorists never referred to himself as the Joker.

  • Quote.

  • The story has persisted because it fits the narrative so cleanly off course.

  • A crazy haired, colored guy who shot up the Batman premiere.

  • I thought he was the Joker, of course, and yet it has no connection to reality.

  • The narrative about the Joker association with violence was false.

  • The film's dark knight was targeted because it was the biggest movie premiering at the time.

  • There was nothing more to it.

  • But despite all the negative press, that reason Joker Finn received the movie was still a huge success.

  • It racked in 93.5 million on its opening, which is a record for any October debit film.

  • It became the highest grossing R rated film of all time, and I saw it.

  • Maybe the hyper ruined it a little bit for me, but it was a really great film, and I don't think the movies without criticism is my point.

  • I'm not what Times magazine would call a staunch defender of it, but people have been blaming movies, games, music, et cetera, as problems for other people's behavior for decades.

  • Instead of blaming, you know, the people themselves.

  • Hell, I've even been blamed as well.

  • So why did we do this?

  • Well, it's easy.

  • Emotions run high.

  • It's hard to think rationally.

  • You want an easy solution to a complex issue.

  • But I would argue it's time to be more responsible and look at the bigger picture.

  • The reality is that hate isn't going to stop existing.

  • I'm not gonna pretend that I know how to stop hateful acts from happening, but there are two things about hate that I do know number one.

  • It feeds off reactions.

  • This may seem like and obscure example, but during World War Two in Japan, that was a big concern by people that most of it's beautiful and cultured.

  • Valued structures would get destroyed by the fire bombings that went on in Kyoto, where one of the most beautiful structures recites, which is The Golden Temple, was miraculously preserved throughout the war.

  • But ironically, the temple was destroyed shortly after the war ended anyway, and it wasn't from any war or bombing.

  • It was burned down by an arsonist who tried to commit suicide but was caught before and later diagnosed as schizophrenic.

  • His motivation was to quote, retaliate against society, never heard that before, right to me and begs the question.

  • If the concern for the temple's protection didn't exist, would it still have been burned down?

  • Society saw a likely event as a potential tragedy, and he came true, just not the way they had expected.

  • That's why, to me, the concern for a shooting in a cinema might take place, which is, by the way, a valid opinion to have.

  • I'm not saying you're wrong to be concerned about these things, but it could be potentially a dangerous thing to highlight just so heavily.

  • I understand that it's not just one person's fault either, for addressing what could potentially be an issue with the film.

  • But since so many articles came out prior to its release without admittedly haven't even seen it, it kind of begs the question.

  • If it was all just not pure recklessness.

  • My second point that I know about hate is that it wants to be recognized not every time, but a lot of times the movie actually depicts is accurately an outcast a lot of time.

  • One attention, they want to be heard, even if it's a dying breath.

  • This is, I think, an inherent hate trading people that wouldn't come from any inspirational source.

  • Just don't give it to them.

  • Arthur, in the film, was lucky to get on television as a platform to get his attention by coincidence, by racing concerned that someone might do something awful, you're basically filling a void for someone to step in and take the pump.

  • Felicity.

  • It's sending a dangerous message to people that we're concerned something bad will happen.

  • We will platform that bad thing.

  • If it does happen, Arthur gets put on television just to be really killed.

  • His performance on the show is what fully transforms the Joker, the irony being that the media helps create bad people while platforming them all.

  • While some maintain innocently thinking they're better than them, cracking had every right to walk out of that question.

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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