A childish exercise in self-congratulation: ‘F*** off, Hitler!’
A response to Kevin.
Pushing back against the assertion that mental illness was honestly portrayed in the Joker movie.
Focusing on a damn cartoon as being the thing that needs addressing on behalf of the people of Bikini Atoll actually minimizes the real atrocities they faced.
A show for toddlers brings up opioid addiction.
If you put me at the switch in some grand trolley-car dilemma, I’d probably spare the writers and crash the train into the Capitol.
I'm not sure "liked" is the right verb for my reaction to Joker, but it rattled me. It was effective. It stayed with me. It'll probably be on my ten-best ...
The depiction of a man’s descent into insanity is alone worth the price of admission.
Jesse Pinkman returns in a two-hour coda.
In Motherless Brooklyn, Baldwin makes an unintentional case for Trumpism by playing his Trump-like character as an effective leader with a sinister appeal.