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Arthur Fleck (Phoenix), a failed standup-comedian-turned-birthday-party-clown, lives in Gotham, a city rife with crime and civil unrest. He depends on social assistance for medication for a mental disorder, and after a vicious assault by a gang, he acquires a gun for safety. While riding the subway in full clown makeup, Arthur is attacked by three inebriated businessmen from Wayne Enterprises. After killing two of the men in self-defense, and murdering the third for good measure, the city of Gotham turns on Fleck and other disenfranchised members of the community. When funding cuts force social service programs to shut down, Arthur is no longer able to take his medication, and he begins to slip into madness. Disregarded by society, he begins his transformation into a notorious villain.

Director: Todd Phillips. Stars: Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Brett Cullen, Shea Whigham, Bill Camp, Glenn Fleshler, Leigh Gill. 2019. 122 mins. Drama. 


The Lighthouse

In the late 19th century, Ephraim Winslow (Pattinson) is sent to serve as a lighthouse keeper, or "wickie," for four weeks on an island off the New England coastline, under the direction of a cantankerous, superstitious and domineering old man named Thomas Wake (Dafoe). As time passes, Winslow is tasked by Wake to perform increasingly tedious jobs, including carrying heavy kerosene containers and the sordid job of disposing of the pair's chamber pots. Winslow gradually descends into the madness caused by the sneaking suspicion that Wake is hiding something from him in the beacon of the lighthouse they share. As the paranoia between the two men erupts, everything on the island begins to go awry.

Director: Robert Eggers. Stars: Willem Dafoe, Robert Pattinson, Valeriia Karaman. 2019. 109 mins. Horror.


A Million Little Pieces

After a downward spiral caused by an addiction to drugs and alcohol, James Frey (Taylor-Johnson) is checked into a rehabilitation clinic by his older brother (Hunnam). Once at the Minnesota rehabilitation clinic, Frey is introduced to a host of characters who begin to shape both his time in recovery and his future, and he works on confronting the many complex issues of his past.

Director: Sam Taylor-Johnson. Stars: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Billy Bob Thornton, Odessa Young, Giovanni Ribisi, Juliette Lewis, Dash Mihok, Charles Parnell, Ryan Hurst, David Dastmalchian, Charlie Hunnam. 2018. 113 mins. Drama.