How, exactly, did this movie rake in $1,000,000,000+ globally?
-Perpetuates stereotypes about the mentally ill
-"Story" was 100% predictable
-Characters were all one-dimensional stereotypes (the "mean rich kids", the "asshole boss", the "lying co-worker", the token "you were the only one who was always nice to me" guy, etc) and behaved in the exact monolithic way you'd expect; in other words: no depth
-Writing was sub-par and, at points, sounded like reddit incel fanfiction or a copypasta you'd find on r/politics
-Unironic uses of "Kill the Rich" and everyone dressing up like clowns to protest...something (it was never really explicitly explained)
-Joker being "raised from the dead" and held up as some sort of Christ figure at the end
I imagine this movie is how edgy redditors and bugmen envision the real world. Glad I got this as a free Redbox rental.