WHO IS THE BEST JOKER?

WHO IS THE BEST JOKER?


The Joker is a super villain created by Bill
Finger, Bob Kane, and Jerry Robinson who first appeared in the debut issue of the comic book
Batman (April 25, 1940), published by DC Comics. Credit for the Joker’s creation is disputed;
Kane and Robinson claimed responsibility for the Joker’s design while acknowledging Finger’s
writing contribution. Although the Joker was planned to be killed
off during his initial appearance, he was spared by editorial intervention, allowing
the character to endure as the archenemy of the superhero Batman. One of the most iconic characters in popular
culture, the Joker has been listed among the greatest comic book villains and fictional
characters ever created. The Joker has been adapted to serve as Batman’s
adversary in live-action, animated, and video game incarnations, including the 1960s Batman
television series played by Cesar Romero (1966) and in films by Jack Nicholson in Batman (1989)
and by Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight (2008). The character was adapted into his own standalone
film, Joker, in 2019 starring Joaquin Phoenix in the role. And now we’re going to figure out his diversity
role which is took a big applause from not only movie critics but also super hardcore
movie! And 5 of the most applause character which
received a lot of award when embodying the joker. We will rank it such as ranking by these criteria:
the peculiar appearance, the intelligent, the chaos and insanity : About the peculiar appearance
Joker 1966: Romero Cesar: Actor Cesar Romero played Joker in Batman:
The Movie in 1966 and the original Batman TV series from 1966-1968. Romero is an on-screen introduction to The
Joker for many fans but his role as a criminal mastermind is less criminal and funnier. Cesar Romero famously refused to shave his
mustache when filming this film so he left a hidden mustache behind the white face paint
in most episodes. This cause the unimpressed appearance for
that character: You might see Romero’s errant facial hair as indicative of a lack of commitment. But his laid-back approach to Joker grooming
was appropriate for a villain who tended to take his life of crime with an easy chortle. In one memorable episode of the television
series, the Joker enters an art contest. As other contestants fling blobs of paint
and make giant bold swoops and swirls, the Joker dabs and brushes without ever actually
touching the canvas; when he’s done, it’s completely blank. Of course, he wins first prize. Who needs elaborate plots when you can wreak
so much sinister glee without even trying? Admittedly, it’s hard to convey much depth
of characterization while hooting “Hold tight for the bounce-a-daisy!” as Romero does while
steering his Jokermobile. But when you have a character like the Joker,
is depth really deep? This is, after all, a villain who wears clown
make-up, dresses in purple, and hoots a lot. Batman 1989: Jack Nicholson:
The Joker costume in this movie is quite trendy. It is the right mix of the Dark Knight over
the original Batman television series in 1960. It embodies all the weird and strange qualities
of the Joker without being pressed. If not for the uncomfortable checkered pants,
then in this part, maybe even achieve some perfect points. The dark night 2008: heath ledger:
And about heath ledger: The humorous nature in Joker’s makeup and hair styling in this
movie is a beautiful visual highlight, consistent with the erratic character of the character. The purple suit is much more aesthetically
pleasing than Romero or Nicholson’s Joker portrait. And some report said that heath ledger honestly
spending very hard time, he do his make up without any assistant from stylist staff,
he would like to describes a unique character which bring a special feeling about a super
villain threatening the Godtham city. A insensitive face with these scars stretching
from the corner of the mouth making anybody feel haunted. The suicide squad: jared leto:
Leto’s joker has the vibe of a hipster mafia boss with sleek suits, a modern leather jacket
with a beautiful gold chain and even tattoos that honor his beauty. Although he didn’t appear in Suicide Squad
much, The Joker’s appearance in this part is a definitely big plus. The joker 2019: Joaquin phoenix:
We got a poverty man who lived with an old Mom in dilapidated and outdated apartment,
he always wear just a old t-shirt with a miserable face and emotional disturbance syndrome disease
bringing audience a lot of sympathy about this joker’s appearance, and in that version,
instead of complaining about the life, he always try to take care his Mom as well as
work hard to become a famous comedian although the harshness of Godtham society. The intelligent:
The joker 1966: Cesar Romero: Romero’s Joker, while more silly than dangerous. He used every trick in the book during the
three parts of the television series. This Joker uses exploding baseball balls,
confetti, trick transmitters, shock gloves and more to prank Batman and Robin. The batman 1989: jack Nicholson
In this movie, Joker is a silly guy rather than a smart guy. He has a lot of weapons covered as an oversized
pistol and a shockproof glove to chase away enemies. Despite owning more advanced weapons than
the 1966 version, none of the plans he made were complicated or well executed. With that in mind, Nicholson’s Joker is very
smart but does not fulfill his full potential. The dark night: Heath Ledger:
This is the gold standard of criminal activity when Ledger tries to make Joker his character
in the Dark Knight. He is not only crazy for the purpose of causing
havoc but also brings his dark edge to light and directly pushes it into the minds of the
viewers. Truly a top performer. And in this role, Ledger won a much-deserved
posthumous Oscar for his chilling, haunted turn as the Joker, the clearest indication
that he was up to much more than “comic book movie” slumming. Under the sure hand of the director Christopher
Nolan, Ledger creates one of the scariest villains in all of cinema — and one that’s
frighteningly real, but intelligence in his plan, and the film, with a terrifying feeling
that all bets are off, and that good may not prevail. Though widely acclaimed at the time, Ledger’s
performance seems to only expand in our popular imagination with the passing years. This was, truly, a Joker for our time. The suicide squad joker: jared leto:
This joker is hard to judge because there is so little screen time. Joker is not the focus of Suicide Squad and
plays a secondary role. However, he hatches a conspiracy to solve
the personality “bomb” inside Harley Quinn and carry out a number of robberies. Every one who’ve ever watched the suicide
squad , I make sure that got a impression by his appearance but not his mind and his
idea for whole movies in opposite. And the reason is we are all a little bit
overestimate about that past character playing this joker role, and most of audiences said
that joker role embodied by jared leto might have not showed all the intelligent of super
villain joker. The joker 2019: Joaquin phoenix:
He extremely is one of the best joker all the time with the chaos on the mind obviously,
but we cannot definitely give a specific proof that he is intelligent or not, because of
his sickness such as pseudobulbar, paranoia, all about that make a lot of uncertain scene,
is it real? Or just a product of aurthur fleck’s imaginary? However, his Joker isn’t based on other versions
of the character. He’s timid and has nervous tics. He finds power and confidence in violent acts. Unlike other iterations of the character,
Phoenix dances throughout many scenes of the film in beautifully, quiet moments. That scene of him dancing down a set of steps
in just about every trailer is a stand-out moment. Heath Ledger gave us a clever Joker that carried
out villainous acts, but who made us laugh at times with his wit, charm, or movements. Phoenix’s Joker is no laughing matter. Fleck holds a mirror up to society, suggesting
that anyone can become him. That’s terrifying. The insanity:
oke, now talk about the chaos and insanity :
In Joker 1966: Romeo Cesar: While he is undoubtedly a danger, Romero’s
Joker, on the other hand, is not a real threat. Maybe because of how to create this character
you know with just funny and mischievous face, some sharp smiles is not enough
The batman the joker 1986: jack Nicholson This Joker is more about revenge against Batman
than violent, crazy actions. He did kill a few people but compared to the
recent Joker versions it seems far behind. The dark night 2008: heath ledger
This is the gold standard of criminal activity when Ledger tries to make Joker his character
in the Dark Knight. He is not only crazy for the purpose of causing
havoc but also brings his dark edge to light and directly pushes it into the minds of the
viewers. Truly been a top performer. Yet, the only one who really seems to be in
on the joke of it all is him (and perhaps his paramour, Harley Quinn). When he laughs maniacally or plasters his
menacing smile on his face it’s never clear if his behavior is psychotic or calculated. His is a Joker without context, which makes
him sadistic, although not necessarily interesting. Of all the big-screen Jokers, it was Nicholson’s
who’s always ready with a witty one-liner. Whether introducing himself for the first
time post-acid bath — “You can call me Joker. And as you can see, I’m a lot happier,”
remarking that “The pen is truly mightier than the sword” after using his pen as a
dagger, ” Nicholson’s running commentary served as amusing punctuation to his battle
with Batman. Ledger’s Joker had some stand-out lines
— including the much-quoted “Why so serious?” — but they were not so much jokes than they
were devilish warnings and observations. Instead, Ledger’s portrayal gave the Joker
some interesting layers and an uncanny intelligence that made him intriguing and scary at the
same time. The joker 2019: Joaquin phoenix:
By donning the white greasepaint to play the title character of Todd Phillips’s “Joker,”
the three-time Oscar nominee Joaquin Phoenix has joined a surprisingly elite squad of actors
to tackle the role. There’s clearly something about the character’s
heady mixture of theatricality, bleak humor, and good old-fashioned psychopathy that attracts
thespians of note. And follow me, the best scene that honestly
bring a lot of emotion and definitely overwhelming is the scene that when Arthur Fleck gets the
chance to appear on a talk show hosted by his favorite comedian Murray Franklin, he
dresses up carefully for the occasion, putting on his iconic Joker outfit for the first time. While sitting in the waiting room at the studio
in preparation for his appearance on the show, we see a strange poster behind Joker, of Murray
Franklin, played by Robert de Niro, wearing a particularly leery smile while staring straight
ahead. This image bears a striking resemblance to
the look of Jack Nicholson as Joker in Tim Burton’s movie, and what makes the fact particularly
chilling is that it is hung on the wall a few feet away from the present-day Joker as
he sits calmly in his chair smoking a cigarette and planning the greatest joke of his life:
shooting himself in the head in front of the show’s live audience. It is almost as if the spirit of Nicholson’s
Joker is guiding his actions from that point onwards, as Phoenix’s Joker changes his plans
at the last minute and shoots Murray instead.

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