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That's how you need to look at this film, it's an epilogue to "Breaking Bad." Though not needed this film is a wonderful final journey for the character of Jesse Pinkman (and Aaron Paul at his best) as well as a good moment of closure for fans as well as Vince Gilligan. If looked at on its own you'll find a nice crime thriller with great undertones of drama, and that's all you really need from this story.
With a Phenomenal performance from Joaquin Phoenix, and Todd Phillips at his best in the directors chair. "Joker" is a realistic yet somber portrayal of mental health and societal rejection, told through a perspective of the greatest comic-book villain ever created. "Joker" is a brilliant tour de force with spectacular cinematography and will likely become another great staple in our world of Superhero cinema.
When you have a book that's longer than 12 rolls of toilet paper, and a mini-Series that couldn't handle the adult portion of the story, as well as a director who is known for stating "the stuff with the kids is just more interesting." "It: Chapter 2" was always bound to find itself in a deeper hole, that said it's still extremely entertaining! While not as scary or tight as it's predecessor, what the sequel does give us is great direction from Andy Muschietti and some well rounded actors up for the challenge, Bill Skarsgard continues to shine in his horrifying role, while Bill Hader and James Ransone stand out from the crowd with some hilarious, yet beautiful performances. MacAvoy, Chastain, Mustafa, and Ryan all do well in their respective roles, it however feels like the writing gave them very little to do, which is a shame because these are great performances. In the end "It: Chapter 2" would have benefited from a few script re-writes, some more scary scenes, a much shorter run time. But I think with a story as long as "It" is the filmmakers did their best job, and in turn delivered a campy but hilarious horror romp that should please some, but may leave others agitated.
Beautifully animated and wonderfully scripted. Lee Unkrich's "Coco" is a perfect film that tells a tale of Mexican Culture so beautifully through music and great characters.