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The Joker Blogs (2008)
This guy deserves recognition!
A fantastic series you can watch online. The series spans 19 episodes and a few shorter stories in between to fill in the gaps. Roughly about 5 minutes each.
The story is about Harleen Quinzel, a psychiatrist, interviewing The Joker and eventually becoming obsessed with him. The creators of this series wanted to give it a Christopher Nolan feel so it's a more realistic approach to the cartoon version of the story.
Scott McClure plays the Joker and he does an amazing job. His voice isn't exactly like Heath's but every other aspect of him is almost perfect and he stays in character at all times. All the other actors in this are good but some could have been better. Seen as this was low-budget it is forgivable. At the end there is a surprise guest actor at the end which i won't spoil for you and suggest you don't look at the cast just yet as it makes it all the better! The full series is shown through hand-held camera which works so well, like a documentary. The Joker takes it out when he escapes and has someone on the inside that puts them on his youtube channel so it feels as if you are watching the real thing. It's actually amazing how realistic it feels now that i think back at it. Certain things like how they managed to get helicopters and police car chases still boggles my mind.
I could go on for a good while but to break it down... It's unique and very creative. It starts off fairly slow but still entertaining. As it goes on it gets much much better, but don't skip the beginning episodes because of this. All acting is overall fantastic and it really feels quite realistic. Give it a good chance, you won't be disappointed especially if you are a Dark Knight fan!
Boy Wonder (2010)
Excuse me? 6.4/10?!
I have no idea why this film has a 6.4 out of 10. It is truly great. If you enjoy revenge films then this is perfect for you.
The acting is very good and the editing was fantastic and clearly done very carefully.
I don't like telling people too much when i recommend a film as this dents the experience but rest assured you won't know what direction this film will take you. That is the great thing about it.
Also i kind of felt like I was reading a superhero comic. And it does reference batman at times. So for fans, look out for that!
Just sit back and let it pull you in. Go see it!
X-Men: First Class (2011)
Best Xmen film yet!
Xmen: First Class is simply fantastic. Strong emotion and explosive action. The acting is top notch. Delivery from every actor is at it's best, more so from Mystique, Beast, Xavier and Magneto.
The story is more character based than action, however the action sequences are still superb. Personally i'd have liked to of seen it being a 15 and have a more adult but it wasn't a big issue. Also some more background story from the bad super's would have been good but again this wasn't too much of an issue and would leave some nice room for upcoming xmen movies.
I don't want to say too much but to break it down... Go see this film no matter what you are into. There is something for everyone. 9/10 easy