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What is the genre of the Joker (2019) movie?

Asked by S. Barnes, Last updated: May 28, 2020

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Krystal Jones

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Answered Mar 13, 2020

Joker just won 2 categories in Oscars 2020! Yes, a comic-book animation turned movie got nominated for the best actor and best original music score and won it too!

What’s even more fascinating is the fact that history has repeated itself as this is not the first time an Actor who played Joker has won an Oscar for this very role!

The first time was in 2009 when Heath Ledger won the Oscar for the best actor for the same role. Unquestionably, Joker has come a long way. From the first comic-book to animation to multiple movie adaptations, it has successfully garnered a huge fan base making it one of the biggest franchises.

 

R. Hunter

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Answered Nov 13, 2019

The correct answer to this question is a psychological thriller, crime drama motion picture. The movie is a character study, based around the character of Joker. This character is played by Joaquin Phoenix, who is not new to playing in thrilling films.

It does have a low budget of $55 million, but that is because the filmmakers wanted to focus more on the story than anything else. Joker is set in 1981 and is inspired by the graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke. The movie is the first in the Batman film to receive an R rating. This is because it includes graphic violence, sexual images, and foul language.

 

Chris Evins

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Answered Sep 30, 2019

Joker is a psychological thriller, crime drama motion picture. It is proposed to launch DC Black, a series of DC-based standalone films. The movie was set in 1981, and it follows a failed stand-up comedian named, Arthur Fleck and his descent into madness.

It is the first live-action movie in the Batman film franchise to receive an R rating from The Motion Picture Association of America. The rating is due to graphic violence, disturbing behaviors, foul language, and sexual images. The 1970s in-depth character studies inspire the film.

 

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