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  • DARK SOULS AU WHERE EVERYTHING IS THE SAME.

    Except the Knight of the Undead Asylum speaks in THIRD PERSON.

    #dark souls #oscar of astora #elite knight #knight of the undead asylum #oscar#darksouls#soulsborne#dumb
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    Freddie and his cats

    Tiffany and Oscar are so cute

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    Dünyanın En İyi Oyuncusu;

    Cüneyt Arkın..

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  • #opinions#oscar #thirsty ask thursday #Anonymous
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  • #opinions#oscar #thirsty ask thursday #Anonymous
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  • #opinions#oscar #thirsty ask thursday #Anonymous
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    I was practicing with different types of dresses. Btw Oscar loves wearing dresses. This was fun

    This is belongs to me

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  • 10/11/19

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    Directed by Todd Phillips (Warner Bros.)

    Comic book movies have truly evolved. Growing up with only Tim Burton’s Batman and Richard Donner’s Superman, I was amazed once Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man came out in 2002, and witnessing the booming avalanche of superhero movies that followed. With so many comic book movies in existence these days, they’re beginning to have more freedom and diversity in terms of tone and genre. Comic book movies have been “adult” for a long time, but are especially becoming for mature audiences lately. Joker may be one of the most distinct comic book movies of all time, if you can even call it that. This is a gritty and disturbing character study of a man with severe mental illness falling deeper into the abyss of madness. Masterfully executed in nearly every single aspect, this is one of the best movies of the year, and easily one of the best performances I can ever remember seeing.

    Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) is a disturbed, but kind middle-aged man who lives in poverty, and aspires to be a stand up comedian (playing a clown as his current gig). He takes care of his mother (Frances Conroy) in their dingy apartment in the equally dingy and gritty Gotham City. After being fired from his job, lied to by his friends, assaulted and mugged on more than one occasion, and a series of other unfortunate events, we see him slowly start to break, and its tragic to see. Phoenix absolutely disappears in this role, and I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to see him as anyone else again. The variety of personality quirks and the way he speaks and laugh are all disturbing, but at the same time, very sad because much of his behavior is not only based on real tendencies, but see how a society with no compassion affects someone like this.

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    Joker is really about the consequence of a lack of empathy for people with physical and mental problems, and a society that doesn’t properly care for those people as a whole. Arthur wasn’t born like this, and it’s explained in the film how he came to be how he is even by the beginning of the movie. We see funding cut from social services, and Arthur is no longer able to attend therapy or receive the medications he desperately needs. It appalls me that most of the headlines about this movie, other than it being spectacular, is how this movie could incite violence. Truth be told, this actually isn’t a very violent movie, it’s just that the violence that we do see is brutal, realistic, and intimate. But all of it serves the story and Arthur’s descent to pure psychosis. Every step of his journey is empathetic and you couldn’t blame anyone like Arthur for doing what he does with the world and circumstances he finds himself in. The fact that the real world media wants to blame the film for inspiring violence, and not shining a light on mental illness, proves Arthur’s point in a very real way.

    In particular, Arthur’s tendency to laugh uncontrollably not only fits the Joker character, but gets him into all sorts of awkward and dangerous situations. You really feel bad for him, and much of that has to do with Phoenix’s amazing performance. Every single line of dialog and expression feels genuine. What we find out eventually, is that Arthur is not necessarily a reliable narrator. Some scenes that I thought were a weaker element of the film, turn out to be in Arthur’s head, making me want to see the movie again with fresh eyes. Most of the film could be interpreted as literal, but some scenes are up for debate if they even occurred outside of Arthur’s head. This is doubly true for the very end of the film.

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    Part of my suspension of disbelief was affected when I thought in one or two scenarios, Arthur should have been caught by police. The movie takes place in the late 70′s / early 80′s, so I get that not having cell phones and internet might slow investigators down a bit (compared to contemporary times), but occasionally I thought Arthur wasn’t stopped or caught once in while was to allow the plot to continue. I also thought there was just a tiny bit too much reference to Batman and potential sequels. I don’t want this movie to be the start of another cinematic universe. You simply can’t get a series of movies that are this deep, this intimate, this disturbing, and turn it into a serial film series with costumed heroes and villains. Or at list, I don’t think you can. Bruce Wayne is in a couple of scenes, but just one scene too many, especially at the end. I do, however, like the added element of Thomas Wayne into Arthur’s story,and thought he was integrated well, and had a lot to do with Arthur’s downfall.

    There are two scenes near the end that had me on the edge of my seat as much, or even more so than the most tense of Quentin Tarantino scenes. The writing, acting, and unpredictability of the scene had me so on edge, I knew I was witnessing a modern classic. This movie ends on a very satisfying note, and completely works as its own stand-alone film that happens to take place in the DC Universe. Phoenix turns in one of the most jaw dropping performances I have ever seen in my entire life. This is certainly a comic book movie not for kids, and honestly, not for a lot of adults either. Joker is a tragic, and very modern take on what drives a person to madness, especially when people around them, and society as a whole, lack empathy and care for those who need it the most. I’m sure many movies will try to recapture the magic of this film, but I doubt anyone will be able to do it nearly as well and not anytime soon.

    9.25/10

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    You guys, Oscar is sick 😭😭😭

    Somehow my water quality tanked and all his values are messed up. And now he’s got hole in the head. I’m trying water changes, aquarium salt, and medications. But I’m legit so worried about him. I never thought I’d be emotionally attached to a fish…. but watching him go from the size of a quarter to the size of a football over the last 6 years, I’ve grown to really love him. I’ll be so devestated if he doesn’t make it 😓

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  • Happy Birthday to the lovely, talented, and extremely dramatic Oscar Fingal O’Flahertie Wills Wilde. You’d have been 165 today if you’d sold your soul and had an artist twink paint a cursed portrait of you.

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  • Grouch (Joker Parody) - SNL

    #oscar #oscar the grouch #snl #dark sesame street
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    The flowers are here, so before I start…. Does anyone want to join my annual Oscar Wilde ritual that I perform on his birthday????

    #agagahsfsg #i wish i were fuckin joking #oscar
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  • Oscar: I’m in my mom’s car. Broom broom.

    Sue: Get out of me car.

    Oscar: Aww :( .

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