Batman: The Killing Joke

Batman: The Killing Joke

As Batman hunts for the escaped Joker, the Clown Prince of Crime attacks the Gordon family to prove a diabolical point mirroring his own fall into madness. Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland.

The Joker sets out to prove that one bad day can make anyone just as insane as he is. Batman tries to unravel the mystery behind the Joker's past as the villain's latest actions affects the former's closest allies Commissioner James Gordon and his daughter Barbara Gordon. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jake P (au) wrote: Now that's what I call a zombie movie

Sandy K (kr) wrote: The Tony Blair-Bill Clinton relationship as seen mostly through Blair's eyes. Martin Sheen plays a very likable Tony Blair, and Dennis Quaid and Hope Davis were very believable as Bill and Hillary. An intriguing glimpse of the ups and downs of international political "friendships."

Tiffany D (au) wrote: It's not lost on me that I'm now on the internet reviewing this movie... I went into Heckler hoping for some laughs and an "inside" peek at the comedy world - and it starts out much like that: comics talking about hecklers, being heckled, gigs, etc. Slowly, though, it morphs into a long string of complaints about critics, both professional and amateur, that unravels into mostly potshots and mudslinging (fat, asshole, and loser being the most common). The last 20 minutes become almost tedious. It's clearly an indulgent project on Kennedy's part- and he admits as much near the end, so I have to pat him on the back for his insight. Still, it's worth a view, especially for the first third -- at least in the opinion of this fat asshole from Ohio. 3 stars

Sam M (jp) wrote: Good movie not just about firefights and operations in war.

Greg V (au) wrote: It tried to follow the novel way too much and in the process came out kind of weird. Some plot lines were pretty original but others were like "Wait, what?"

Paul K (ca) wrote: This was a good movie. Changed the way I look at life... I'd recommend checking it out

Sebastian H (it) wrote: Beautiful (especially in HD) and with lots of gravitas, but in the end it just fails to convince me. What remains are the landscapes of Bolivia and some good acting....

Richard H (nl) wrote: Yep, you knew youd find me here. Words cant describe this film to me its my muse, I love you richard

Tom A (it) wrote: The music background is incessant, rising in volume to match the voice volume during the most important meetings and dialog exchanges. Churchill cannot even sit in his own bedroom quietly talking to his wife without the music coming up and basically drowning out his dialog. This is a well directed and acted movie, with terrific camera and lighting, but we lost much of the good dialog due to the music score. My wife working in another room even asked if it was mostly music as she had not heard hardly any dialog one room away.

Alexis G (ca) wrote: I am a cristit citeazen of lindsay california I am asking you people who made this movie cause it is not about a son it's about a daughter and my name is alexis Garcia I know what everyone likes to see butface losers!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh by the way you guys want to put my comment on the Internet and tell the whole world what I said you guy only got 51% people who liked your video

Dane C (de) wrote: I think it's really underrated.