The movie is killing it (Pun intended) at the box office, and this is without a doubt one of the best movies I’ve ever seen. It’s full of layers, and meaning, and depth. Don’t let the media or the left fool you! They’re hating this movie on Rotten Tomatoesonly by critics. The fans are speaking, and the major fanbase are united in the praise for this movie, and it’s soooooo damn good.
I haven’t decided if I’m going to post a video review but I might, and if I do I’ll end up doing an update to this post, and post it soon as I have it. But these are some videos in review for it which include both known celebrities like Glenn Beck, and others on YouTube who have now dropped their review on the best movie of 2019 so far. (in my humble opinion!) “JOKER”
In the face of three new wide releases, there was no dethroning Joker from the weekend’s top spot as the film not only topped the weekend box office domestically, internationally and worldwide, it has already generated over $543 million globally in just its first twelve days in global release. As for the newcomers, UAR’s The Addams Family led the way with a solid second place debut while Paramount’s Gemini Man and Lionsgate’s Jexi struggled to find an audience. However, one film that didn’t struggle was Neon’s release of the Palme d’Or winner Parasite, which made an impact in just three theaters this weekend.
With an estimated $55 million, WB’s Joker easily repeat atop the weekend box office. The thriller dipped just -43% in its sophomore frame, pushing its domestic cume to $192.7 million after just ten days in release, dramatically outperforming pre-weekend expectations. In fact, it’s the largest October second weekend ever, topping Gravity’s $43.2 million sophomore frame back in 2013.
Internationally, Joker delivered on a large scale, bringing in an estimated $123.7 million from 79 markets for an overseas cume that now tops $351 million and a worldwide total that has already reached $543.9 million. This makes the film the ninth largest DC Comics adaptation worldwide ever, currently placing behind Justice League ($657.9m). New openings this weekend included a $10.3 million debut in France and a $9.3 million opening in Germany. The UK is the film’s top grossing overseas market with an estimated total that currently stands at $36.9 million.