In this way, Joker is like a Taxi Driver or Fight Club – movies with messages that are easily misunderstood by many people. But is that the director’s fault? David Fincher made the film Fight Club to satirize male authoritarianism, so are you at fault when there are people who interpret the movie as a work that promotes masculinity? How much does the Joker sacrifice the story of the film to reduce the severity of the message? Take a look at this movie: the title makes it clear that this is a movie about a bad guy, because Joker is one of the most famous villains in the history of popular culture, and is a guy that no one can mistake. and a hero, anti-hero, or anything else.