Can I just point out how cool it is that you took the time to respond to so many of these comments with thought out responses? It's so easy for people to post an article and call it good. Let the comment section fight it out on their own. Or to just respond with a dismissive one-line response. Good on you. I love the idea of the monthly film festival. That sounds fun.
I know everyone hates Mel Gibson and I'm sure he deserves it, but his character, Porter, from Payback was always one of my favorites.
Literally logged in purely to upvote the snark in this comment.
Not a single mention of the issues of mental health in this country. The sympathy for the Joker only comes from the fact that his mental health issues derived from his childhood are so easily brushed aside by society and he is in fact mocked for them. He's beaten repeatedly in this film and the catalyst is more of an act of self defense turned to anger than some incel whiney bs. What about "The Brave One" with Jodi Foster? She's brutally assaulted and starts killing scumbags in New York. Is that movie ok to watch? He's not a hero. And I found that to be pretty clear in the film. Travis Bickle wasn't a hero either. I still love Taxi Driver. It certainly doesn't mean no one should watch the movie.
Is Netflix aware that the vast majority of GoT was written by someone else? When they took over, the show clearly suffered. Unless these two find another book series as well written to adapt, I'd say this will prove to be a huge mistake.
Seems to be a disconnect between the title of the article and the subject of the article.