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This movie's a clusterfuck. Indy is accompanied by the very annoying Willie and the slightly less annoying Short Round through nearly every second of their adventure. They manage to generate an endless barrage of screaming around every corner while Indy does his best to keep his cool. And yet Indy doesn't seem to mind kissing the woman who's done nothing but yell at him the whole time. It just doesn't make sense from a character or story perspective at all.…
Raiders has unparalleled action, characters, and comedy all so well-incorporated without one competing with the other. This really is a timeless film that will reel you in the second you start it! John Williams also made a legendary soundtrack to accompany this masterpiece.
Hauntingly scored, beautifully shot, and strenuously acted, "Joker" leaves its symbolic allegories up to interpretation of the viewer. Nonetheless, it would be absurd to say that this film doesn't delve deep into the feelings of isolation that come with a mental illness. Joaquin Phoenix portrays this isolation with a sense of realism that cannot be replicated, shaping his Joker into an unparalleled yet engaging study on the human psyche. I would absolutely want to watch this again.