Taking another look at Christopher Nolan's classic 15 years later.
When I first saw it in theaters it was too long for me and I got numb to the spectacle. Later I watched it at home over two nights and found that to be the ideal experience for me, even on a smaller screen.
Good point about the prescience of TDK's take on the Joker re: the GOP. I literally just saw this clip of Tucker Carlson: https://twitter.com/SamuelAAdams/status/1653076628598038528?s=20
Remind you of anything? https://youtu.be/ylwMWpbv5Fk?t=129
It never fails to make me laugh that the best quality theater in Boston is at a furniture store.
I'm still trouble for the "conservative" innuendos that all the movies from Nolan have. But, from this one on, it's on our face. They scene of the two boats, when the Joker lose 'cause he's sure that there are no "moral" in the people, that all is a mess... Geez! Lame resolution...