Joker is not a rallying cry for the repressed. It is not a tribute to the kind of movies that aren’t made anymore. It’s just plain dull and predictable.
A lonely guy in a not-so-distant future falls in love with a computer. Sounds like a joke, right? Or perhaps it could be interpreted as some sort of cautionary parable condemning modern society’s reliance on technology. Her, however, is neither of those things, as director Spike Jonze takes this seemingly cynical premise and spins it […]