Joker

Movie • 2019 • Thriller  Report
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Kelly_C
There are no animals in the movie.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Kelly_C
There are no animals in the movie.
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Are there bugs?
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jb23
Don’t know why someone said yes. Didn’t even see a cat on screen.
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moldytofu
The drugs used in the movie are prescription drugs for the main characters mental health. They are prescribed by a psychiatrist.
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CrazyDeviledEggs
Arthur smokes a lot though the whole movie and says that he likes using some medication to make him actually feel something.
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RobinIida
No, but there is scissors.
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StevenRatmansky
At the end of the movie he’s in a car crash. His teeth don’t appear to be damaged but he his bleeding a lot from the mouth
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SamBrown
There is a stroke due to hysteria, but no seizure.
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LucyLoupis
Definitely many broken bones, this movie is gratuitously violent and bloody, shows bruised ribs and back and someone gets their head smashed
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moldytofu
A character is stabbed in the eye with a pair of scissors.
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Kelly_C
Not so much squashed. More beaten against a wall.
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moldytofu
The main was "tortured and abused" as a child. Nothing but photos of bruises on a child is shown but the details of abuse are mentioned.
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XIII
--MAJOR SPOILERS-- If you're a DC fan you should know about the obvious, but Arthur's mother dies. --MAJOR SPOILERS--
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RobinIida
It's... vague, but either way not an onscreen death. A /mother/ is implied to have died, whether her daughter was also killed isn't confirmed.
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tial
To everyone’s surprise, there is indeed a clown in the Joker movie.
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RobinIida
Arthur stalks a mother who he saw in an elevator in one scene.
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WhyThough
Not technically a shower scene, but the main character is seen giving his mother a bath. There is no nudity.
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RobinIida
This might not upset everyone and we do see it coming, but I suggest preparing yourself when Randall and the shorter guy are in Joker's room and Joker looks like he's about to reach for his scissors.
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MrVibranium
Joker has small gags every now and then and at the end of the movie he coughs of a little bit of blood but thats all
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moldytofu
Blood is spit out of his mouth as well as the main character does drool a couple times.
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raisedbywolves23
mental institutions are a large part of the film
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CrazyDeviledEggs
Arthur vists his mom a few times and goes up to someone to ask for info. Another scene takes place outside the hospital.
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LucyLoupis
There are many scenes in medical and psychiatric hospitals, there are drips and tubes but no needles are seen entering a person.
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Pixeltje
No-one dies by suicide, but the main character does at one point imitate his own suicide.
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Kalyssta
When he's stressed, Arthur (the Joker) is laugthing wiyhout any control. It's a form of panick attack and can be very stressfull for viewers.
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LawrenceHathaway
The main character is very skinny and his ribs are visible when his chest is bare, this could trigger someone with an eating disorder.
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8BitMonkey
Arthur is gaslighted into believing things he doesn't know whether or not to believe on a regular basis.
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Mikko
Arthur roughly hits his head into walls and windows.
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meimi
There’s a scene where the main character empties a small fridge and shuts himself inside of it.
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ComicBomb
The main character is incredibly thin and the camera lingers on his emaciated frame.
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Kelly_C
Light going on and off frequently on the subway while going through tunnels
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SamBrown
There are mentions of the joker being adopted, but no, no abortions mentioned.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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lucky
There are no incestuous undertones in this movie. Joker's mother is very sick, and he's taking care of her and watching over her - such as in the scene where they sleep in the same bed. This is also present in the scene where he helps her bathe. It's from a care taking, familial standpoint -- absolutely nothing sexual or romantic.
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LucyLoupis
In the movie joker imagines a fake relationship with a single mother and enters her apartment without her consent at night. Nothing occurs but it is a tense scene.
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jmiahvaleska
There are drawings of nude women shown in Joker's diary and a comedian in the movie jokes about a sexual encounter
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BatshitGobbler
Robert DeNiro calls Joker a small woman
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HannaZanina
No hate speech as such, but there's quite a few jokes about little people.
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vlixxord
OK, genuinely curious at all the "Yes" votes here, when did they say a homophobic slur? I don't remember there being any and none of the transcripts mention it...
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LaynePinky
The entire movie is insensitive to neurodivergent people and people who are physically different. It is a fairly harmful portrayal.
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minecrafttorturer
nobody who believes in santa should be watching this anyway
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Tschlompf
Well, it has a happy ending for the protagonist.
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Blah
We are shown pictures of a child with bruises and a description of how the child was abused however there isn't any physical abuse shown. Psychological abuse is debatable
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LawrenceHathaway
SPOILER* There are multiple brutal murders in the movie, often bloody. I wouldn't recommend seeing it if blood and gore is triggering to you.
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Cookiethepup
joker is hot by a car when runing from 2 detectives When in the back of the police car, it is suddenly hit by an ambulance. it is verry sudden and loud.
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Kelly_C
You don't see the child be abused at all, they only talk about it briefly. There are no super specific details.
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Sophie55
The gun violence is very realistically and disturbingly portrayed. Very graphic
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8BitMonkey
An ambulance is very suddenly rammed into the side of a police car.
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DyingAtMidnight
Author weezes during his laughing fits, clutching his chest and attempting to stop
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