October 6, 2019
Boomers and femoids are freaking out about Joker!
Joker is continuing to stir controversy on its opening weekend, after some fans stormed out of theaters around the world saying the movie was too disturbing and ‘triggering‘.
Others find the movie inspiring. Like DLive’s #1 streamer, Lolisocks.
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— TheNameisSgtD (@nameis_d) October 5, 2019
Epic gentlemen gamers like Lolisocks aren’t the only ones triggering the living daylights out of SJWs.
The R-rated supervillain flick smashed October opening-day box office records after taking home $39.9 million in domestic ticket sales on Friday, and is on pace to take in an eye-watering $92 million weekend total.
But not everyone is embracing the dark, ultra-violent film, which sees Joaquin Phoenix portray Arthur Fleck, the embattled clown who later transforms into Batman’s most iconic nemesis.
On fan wrote on Twitter: ‘Literally just walked out of a screening of Joker. Way too terrifying to be there with all this going on the way the movie glamorizes gun violence and mental health issues.’
Others have gone as far as calling for the movie to be banned from theaters, saying that it promotes violence and could even inspire a mass shooting.
The media wasn’t doing anybody any favors when they started concern-trolling about mass-shootings by I.N.C.E.L.
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— Henrik Palmgren 🐗 🇸🇪 🇺🇸 (@Henrik_Palmgren) October 5, 2019
But they only did it to try and stop Incels from watching the movie and ruin the box office chances of a legitimately counter-cultural product.
Thus far on opening weekend, there have been no reports of violence at screenings, after police across the nation went on high alert and beefed up security at theaters.
There have been isolated disruptions at screenings, though nothing so serious as an actual shooting.
In Huntington Beach, California, one theater cancelled two screenings Thursday night after receiving a threat, police said. Friday showings have resumed as scheduled.
That may be 4chan-related.
We don’t know yet.
In New York City, police responded to a screening after one audience member sparked fears by spitting on others and clapping loudly every time the Joker killed someone.
Fearing he had ill intentions, police escorted the man out of the theater. A witness reported that the man had poured a bottle of tequila into his slushie before the movie began.
I bet the FBI had their agents pulling double-shifters in the theaters.
We can only assume that these cops are now Joker-pilled and I.N.C.E.L. sleeper agents after having to watch Joker 5 times in one day.
The only ones who have escaped the clutches of the terrorism-inducing film are the ones acting as bouncers at the entrances to theaters.
Nonetheless, preliminary reports indicate that I.N.C.E.L. agents are still managing to sneak their way in.
The feds are simply overwhelmed.
Every single gentleman in town is venturing out of their one-bedroom hermit kingdom basement to see Joker.
His early work was a little too new wave for my taste. But when Joker came out in 2019, I think Joaquin Phoenix really came into his own, commercially and artistically. The whole movie has a clear, crisp society, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the film a big boost.
Overall, I largely agree with the Official Stormer Joker Review. I would only add that the film left a heavy feeling in my gut that hasn’t faded yet, which I could have done without. I’m not exaggerating when I say that there wasn’t a single ray of sunlight or hope in the entire film. It just kept hitting you with feelz again and again and goes out of its way to portray Arthur as a victim of society, but also as an utterly irredeemable individual who can’t help but induce cringe in society, all day, every day.
For me, the main appeal of this film has and continues to be the angry screeching from journalists, femoids and Boomers that still hasn’t even begun to die down yet at the time of this writing.
It has revealed the faultlines within our society.
And they run very deep.
Is Joker just totally unappealing to Boomers? E. Michael Jones also thought it was awful, apparently. Both Molyneux and EMJ are smart redpilled guys who appreciate good art. Aside from critics most millenials and zoomers who see it really like it. Why the dichotomy? #Joker https://t.co/W8T1B7VH9x
— Senator Snips (@senator_snips) October 5, 2019
We have learned a lot about ourselves and about our society just from the reactions to Joker.
Some fans unprepared for the movie’s dark intensity took to Twitter to reveal that they had walked out of screenings.
Twitter users wrote: ‘Just walked out of #Joker. Haven’t been that anxious in a movie theater since GOOD TIME. F**k man…’
‘I’ve never walked out of a movie but with Joker I came very close… Would have walked out of the joker after an hour if the missus would have let me! #dontdoitfolks’
‘If I didn’t see Joker with a friend I probably would’ve walked out of the theater thinking someone should tell Trump to shut up… White dude next to me walked out of Joker in the last few minutes of the movie had me a little shook not gonna lie…’
‘I walked out of this movie #Joker BAN THIS MOVIE!! It’s a psychological approach on the mind! I was rooting for him until s**t got real… Oh man…’
‘By unanimous decision, the four of us walked out of the Joker movie. I haven’t walked out of a movie in years… I have never walked out of a theater more uncomfortable than I am right now walking out of Joker…
‘What a f**ked up movie… Literally just walked out of a screening of Joker. Way too terrifying to be there with all this going on the way the movie glamorizes gun violence and mental health issues.’
Who is the sicker, more mentally unstable individual – the people who enjoy Joker or the people so emotionally fragile that they went to the movie knowing what they were in for, and then made a big show of leaving after it triggered them?
And while I hate to spoil the suspense here, it’s obvious that there won’t be a shooting at Joker. Or if there is one, it won’t be by an Incel. Why would they shoot up a movie that is basically a love-letter to them? If anything, it will be the triggered folks who try to pull something – because they cannot stand any sympathetic portrayal of their ideological rivals.
And Joker delivers that in spades.