A Certified Evangelion Weebo.Infrequently, When I'm Not Feeling Indolent, I Write Shitty shorts.
When Toy Story 4 was announced, all I thought of it was that this was yet another one of Disney's cheap cashgrab attempt through nostalgia. To me Toy Story 3 had the perfect ending. Despite my line of thinking, I was genuinely surprised to see the new film in all it's glory. An emotionally high film that hit all the perfect notes and respects the themes that it's predecessors had explored and expanded on them.
Toy Story 4 revolves around…
“Better the blind man who pisses out the window than the joker who told him it was a urinal. Know who the joker is? It's everybody.”
Led by Joaquin Phoenix's ferocious portrayal of Batman’s most notorious villain,Joker takes us to a ride to the heart of a damaged man who was beaten down by society in every turn. When the film was announced I had plausible doubt about the person who was given the task to helm the origin story…
I can't think of a more appropriate title for the film than its actual name itself. It really is about events Live From Dhaka. It’s a perfect representation of how the shadow of this toxic city slowly engulf its citizens and chews them out lifeless. The film is Black and White which is a perfect representation of the colorless and bleak life these characters have. The story revolves around Bangladesh's infamous share market crisis of 2010-2011 and how it traps the main character of the film Sazzad in this magical city filled with betrayal, scam and failure.