Joker Full Movie

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Joker Full Movie: is a 2019 American psychological thriller film directed by Todd Phillips, who co-wrote the screenplay with Scott Silver. The film, based on DC Comics characters, stars Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker. An origin story set in 1981, the film follows Arthur Fleck, a failed stand-up comedian who turns to a life of crime and chaos in Gotham City. Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Brett Cullen, Watch “Joker Full Movie

‘Joker’ Tops $750 Million And Braces For Its First Box Office Challenge

Warner Bros.’ Joker earned another $2.75 million (-67% from last Monday) to cross the $250 million mark in unadjusted domestic grosses. Presuming it has retained the 33.5/66.5 domestic/overseas split, it should be over $755 million worldwide sometime today. As noted here and there, one of the more impressive things about the film’s theatrical run so far is how well it has performed outside of North America. Despite, or because of, it being a grimdark, R-rated, action-lite character drama with distinctly American pop culture references and politics, the film will pass $500 million overseas sometime today. Like The Lion King, it’s a “Gee, what does its success mean for American moviegoers?!” flick that’s actually just killing it outside of the states.

And, yes, if it continues (or improves upon) its current 33.5/66.5 split and ends up with (offhand) $315 million domestic, then it’ll end its run with $940 million worldwide, making it the most profitable (in terms of budget versus global gross) comic book movie of all time and the biggest R-rated movie ever by a mile. And, sure, if it legs out to $335 million (like Aquaman, Guardians of the Galaxy, Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man 3) and continues that 33.5/66.5 split, it’ll indeed pass $1 billion without any help from China. That’s total speculation at this juncture. At a glance, it’s certainly going to pass Fox’s Deadpool 2 ($785 million) to become the biggest R-rated movie ever, sans inflation.

It will probably pass Wolf Warrior 2 ($854 million) so I don’t have to keep explaining that the 2017 China actioner was technically unrated but R-rated in spirit. Beyond that, it’s entirely a question of whether it can keep up the pace overseas, because it’s about to hit what could be its first major roadblock. Tomorrow will see the start of the international roll out for Skydance’s Terminator: Dark Fate. Released on November 1 in North America courtesy of Paramount, the R-rated, mega-budget action sequel will be released in most overseas territories by Fox/Disney, and that release begins tomorrow and continues up until November 8. This is as close to a direct demo challenge as Joker has faced thus far.

The Linda Hamilton/Mackenzie Davis/Natalie Reyes/Arnold Schwarzenegger sci-fi flick will open over the entire world between now and November 8, with most of the territories launching either this weekend or the weekend of November 1. So, yeah, it will be interesting to see how well Joker holds overseas over the next two weekends against the Tim Miller-directed and James Cameron-produced action sequel, especially as it’s essentially the first big action movie since Hobbs & Shaw three months ago. If Joker takes a hit, well, it might have to settle for an $850 million finish. But if it holds the line, and Terminator: Dark Fate is the definition of a coin toss, then we can start talking about $900 million and beyond.

Rambo: Last Blood Full Movie

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Rambo: Last Blood: Full Movie: is a 2019 American action film directed by Adrian Grunberg; the screenplay, co-written by Sylvester Stallone and Matthew Cirulnick, from a story by Stallone and Dan Gordon, is based on the character John Rambo created by author David Morrell for his novel First Blood. The story follows the titular Vietnam War veteran (reprised by Stallone) as he travels to Mexico to save his adopted daughter, Watch “Rambo: Last Blood Full Movie

‘Rambo: Last Blood’ Review: “Full Of Awesome ‘80s Action”

I get to my local cinema and ask if they have a soda called Pibb. Pibb isn’t found everywhere, but I can always expect it at the theater. They don’t have it anymore. Well, this sucks. I go to the hallway to show the theater employee my ticket. The dude wasn’t even there. Where is this guy? Do I have to hunt him down? I expect him to be here! So far, this experience has been disappointingly unexpected. Lucky for me, I’m watching a Rambo movie. I know exactly what to expect!

Honestly, I’ve only ever seen the first Rambo, First Blood (1982). I haven’t seen the sequels so I don’t know what I’ve missed. Would I be confused? Are there characters that I wouldn’t know about? I have no idea. All I know is that I’m about to see John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) on screen being the unstoppable killing machine he is. That is exactly what I got.

I don’t know exactly how to describe the plot here. Describing it would be a spoiler in itself. To be fair, it’s nothing we haven’t seen before. Rambo’s adopted niece, Gabrielle (Yvette Monreal), goes to Mexico to find her biological father and gets kidnapped by a sibling, sex traffickers Hugo (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) and Victor Martinez (Oscar Jaenada). From here, he’s basically a man with a “certain set of skills,” if you know what I mean. He rescues her as best as he can and heads back to Arizona. Unfortunately, there are some complications with the rescue, leaving John with a score to settle.

In the third act break, he spends his time in a modern 80’s montage where he prepares to lure his niece’s captors back to his farm to do what he does best; kill people! He sharpens his knives, loads his guns, and gets his traps ready. The only thing this scene was missing was 80’s montage music.

Up to this point, the old guy on screen doesn’t really seem like John Rambo. But in the final act, we come face to face with the Rambo we’ve grown to love. He’s angry, vengeful, and ready to kick some ass. The final duel starts off with a huge explosion! All bets are off here. We know how this is going to end. I almost begin to feel bad for his enemies. They think they’re going to go hunt down some old man on his farm. They didn’t know they were heading into a maze of booby traps that Kevin McAllister and Jigsaw himself would be in awe of.

What could make this whole thing cooler? I’m glad you asked. As if the elaborate killings weren’t enough, the dude actually has a murder playlist. No, it’s not the score of the movie. John Rambo has a microphone next to a cassette player that pumps out jams to kill to. Here, he delivers the best line of the movie to the main antagonist, Hugo Martinez. “I could have killed you ten times by now. I wanted to save you for last.” It’s one of those moments where you could feel the audience collectively go “woahhhh!” This isn’t the ramblings of an old man. You actually see John spare him multiple times because he’s playing the waiting game.

Now, I’ve read a lot of bad reviews about this film claiming that it “had no soul” and felt like a “mindless 80’s action film.” DUH! Were you expecting an Oscar-winning performance? I didn’t come into a Rambo film to learn a lesson and follow a cohesive plot with grade A acting. I came here to watch some mindless violence and listen to one-liners. I expected an over the top, action extravaganza and that’s what I got. I felt like I got my money’s worth and more.

I think even the audience knew this. During a scene where Rambo is seen taking medication, I heard the guy in back of me tell his date “He’s only taking meds to protect everyone else.” Sir, you are absolutely correct. If the random dude behind me could figure that out, why can’t other film critics? It’s not a hard concept to grasp.

Things like this are exactly why 80’s action was so awesome. I’m sick of action films attempting to be good. I just want mindless violence. Any studio thinking of rebooting a similar franchise needs to take notes. Every guy I saw leaving the theater had the look of a kid who had just seen the Power Rangers for the first time. It was exciting, fun, action-packed, and felt like a Rambo movie had a baby with John Wayne! I went in expecting a Rambo film and I got a damn good Rambo film.

It’s an over the top, adrenaline-filled action with no pretentiousness, just the way God intended. 9/10 –Derek Flores

Rambo: Last Blood is in theaters now.

The film stars Sylvester Stallone, Yvette Monreal, Paz Vega, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Oscar Jaenada, and Adriana Barraza

It 2 Full Movie

It 2 Full Movie: is a 2019 American supernatural horror film based on Stephen King’s 1986 novel of the same name, produced by New Line Cinema, Double Dream, Vertigo Entertainment, and Rideback and distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures. It is the sequel to 2017’s It and the second film in the It film series. The film was directed by Andy Muschietti and written by Gary Dauberman, and features an ensemble cast including Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, Watch “It 2 Full Movie

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VOTD: How ‘It Chapter 2’ Should Have Ended

The easy answer to how IT Chapter 2 should have ended is probably about 45 minutes earlier than the nearly three-hour theatrical runtime. But that’s a conversation for another time.

We all know that the second part of Andy Muschietti‘s adaptation of Stephen King’s thick horror novel IT resulted in a somewhat happy ending for The Losers’ Club. What this particular version of How It Should Have Ended presupposes is, maybe it didn’t have to go down that way at all? After all, there’s a secret weapon right in front of them.

Find out How It Chapter 2 Should Have Ended below.

I’ll be the first to admit that I was rather impressed with the acting chops on Isaiah Mustafa, especially since what he’s best known for are some goofy but memorable Old Spice commercials. But as Mike Hanlon in this movie, Mustafa proves that he can be a key part of an already stacked ensemble cast. However, he really dropped the ball by coming through for The Losers’ Club.

With the power he possesses from those Old Spice commercials, Mike could have easily saved us almost the entire running time of the movie by getting those totems with the power of misdirection. That would have been nice to know since the totems didn’t end up doing anything at all in the movie. It feels somewhat similar to the realization that if Indiana Jones simply let the Nazis take the Ark of the Covenant, everything would have worked out pretty much exactly the same way. If The Losers Club simply went down to Pennywise’s lair and confronted them without any totems or Native American magic, then everything would have played out exactly the same. Of course, the characters have to learn lessons and overcome obstacles, and confront their past, and blah blah blah, just kill the clown already.

(In all seriousness, I think I ended up liking IT Chapter 2 more than most critics. Maybe it’s because I saw it weeks after the hype and discourse was over, but I walked away satisfied, even though I think the movie could use a good trim around end).