The Joker Villain

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The Entity Vs. the Joker
“The horror genre was born out of a cultural need to confront and vicariously conquer something frightening that we do not fully comprehend.” (Barsam and Monaham) After analyzing the villains from the films, It Follows and Batman the Dark Knight. We see how both It and The Joker are the similar yet so different very different. The villain It comes from a film classified as horror, and The Joker from Batman: The Dark Knight: Rises is in cinema classified as an action film.
A good case in point on how both villains are the same is they both have unknown origins. Where do the roots of IT and The Joker begin? Who are they? From where do they come? When did the become a villain? Why did they become a villain? Why do they
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In spite of his capture, there are no traces found on his fingerprints, dental records, or DNA matches against the Gotham City’s Police Department databases. However, there are some theories in the film, but that’s all it is just a theory.
But the final objective of both the joker and IT is that they both break down the victims to break their morals. We see The Joker thrusting not only batman to break his moral code to destabilize him mentally and emotionally. We also see noteworthy example in the hospital, when The Joker gives Harvey Dent a gun and by force points it at his head, betting his life on the chance that Dent would take up his philosophy of anarchy. And IT only forces its victims to break their spiritual or religious morals.
The Joker is a psychotic anarchist mastermind who is representing himself as an agent of chaos, who came to control in the criminal underworld by driving Gotham City into turmoil and drawing Batman ever closer to go across the fine line between heroism and vigilantism. People can also describe the joker as a psychopathic, schizophrenic clown with zero empathy. He is dynamic in both mental combat and strategic planning, and his physical type is distinct by his clown makeup and grim smile to add sick comedy to all his crimes and
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