I'm kinda interested in the "missed opportunity" opinion. Would kinda love to hear it.
Valid points. The stuff with the Waynes added a layer I didn't really see coming. I was kinda afraid they'd go the expected route of making the Joker the Wayne killers, like '89 Batman and the reason he's so obsessed with Batman in the future because of that, like they tend to do in all those WB tv-series like Smallville and Gotham, where Clark and Bruce basically knows and fights all the bad guys before they become Superman and Batman, making it even more unbelievable that they don't know they are those superheroes, but I never imagined they hint at a biological connection between the Joker and the Waynes.He wanted to see more of how Arthur came to be unstable and hated the “Wayne” scenes
Well... the irony is that those journalists, critics, blue check markers and wannabes kinda proves the point of the movie right.Congratulations to all involved with this film for taking in almost $600 million in just two weeks and still climbing despite the most insidious campaign from so called journalists, critics, blue check markers and wannabes to date. They utterly failed. Here's hoping they can all put on a happy face.
Saw a review yesterday that said the two were not the same hospital. I believe he said one was Arkham State Hospital or something to that affect, with the other being Arkham Asylum. Can anyone confirm this?*****************Spoilers *******************
So I'm reading many articles on the ending (Joker Ending Explained: What Happened at the End of Joker? - IGN), and was curious everyone's thoughts on what he mean't by, "I just thought of something funny, but you wouldn't get it'. Also, any take on the look of the look of the hospital at the end vs during the rest of the film? The end has a heavenly whiteish glow, vs the grungy 70's looking hospital during the rest of the film. So perhaps it's in his head? Many articles theorize that the last 30 mins are all in Arthurs head as well.