I FINALLY GET TO FUCKING SAY IT.
This is my fucking Joker.
A horrifying reflection of corruptness in politics, commodification of women and children, and the destruction of the poor by the ultra rich. It's fucking disgusting for an hour and 43 minutes, and you won't feel the same for days after. It's also, in my opinion, a masterpiece of the medium.
Despite my love for the film, I am not actually that big of a fan of shock horror in general. Most of it is utilized with no loftier goals than…
Jumps between being very funny and perfectly watchable. Not as consistently funny as the teams other works, but still enjoyable. The animation styles were fun and a decent amount of the jokes land.
Usually despise movies that are just used as delivery vehicles for cameos but this works fairly well and it never feels overly obnoxious.
Made both my stomach and my heart want to implode. Horrifying and extremely emotionally devastating. Great performances, my favorite effects work from a Cronenberg film, and not a dry eye in the house.
We watched 5 Cronenberg movies for the podcast! It was gross lmfao. Watch the episode here.
Maybe it is the fact that I am not an edgy teenager anymore, but being controversial and edgy for the sake of being edgy or as some convoluted attempt at humor isn't funny to me. And that is all this comedy special is. Dave Chappelle says something controversial or just really fucking shitty and people laugh. It isn't ever even a joke. Instead he just pretty much says "I don't like trans people" to thunderous applause.
Now I haven't seen EVERYTHING Scooby-Doo related yet, but I am pretty well versed in the series. I have watched 99% of the movies, have seen three or four of the series, and have read extensively on the lore (yes there is Scooby lore and it's amazing). Going into this film I was very scared. Scooby-Doo is one of my all time favorite media franchises, and the outlook for this was not looking good. I went into…