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verucassault


How Each of Cinema’s Jokers Defined Their Era
The Joker is an infamous villain that has embedded himself in our culture. This video examines our cultural relationship to the character of the Joker and how he evolves with us over the years.

gabriel_true

Then what did Jared Leto's joker represent? Let me guess...

He is the dark reflection of society's meme culture!

hell_hound7

"We live in a society lol"

verucassault

The narrator dismisses Leto's Joker. You could do so for a number of reasons. He wasn't a very prominent character in Suicide Squad. The story was more of a focus on Harley Quinn, therefore this Joker represents the patriarchy, being purposefully placed in the background of the story to make room for something more woke.

hell_hound7

Suicide squad was just set up for birds of prey

verucassault

And I still haven't watched it. The voice, the accent. Ugh. I barely made it through Suicide Squad. It was the same with reading the Darkness comics when I was a teenager and then getting super hyped about the video game only to realize duh Jackie being Italian-American and working for a mob, of course he would have that cheesy New York accent. I always imagined him with a deep or gruff voice, more like Spawn, but not the fucking Supranos.

verucassault

When neurodivergence is brought up, this is where my mind goes.

Also, my favorite role Brad Pitt ever did.

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