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Pre-Order Joker + Free Poster - DVD £8.99 / Blu-ray £13.49 / 4K + Blu-ray £22.49 Using First Order Code @ Warner Bros

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Posted 28th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Note: The poster is A4 / Release date: 10 February 2019

Anyone planning to pre-order this at the moment, this looks to be the best offer when using New Account code WELCOME

It comes with a poster, which may be something collectors would like to have. Considering other physical prices out there right now... I thought I'd give it a shout

The poster adds automatically at checkout and delivery is free




Prices:


Joker (DVD) With Free Poster £9.99 / £8.99 After Code
Cheapest I can see for physical for DVD only is £9.99 For Amazon Prime members / £11.98 at Zavvi - No posted with either

Joker (Blu-Ray) With Free Poster £14.99 / £13.49 After Code
Cheapest I can see for physical for the Blu Ray version is £14.95 with no posted included

Joker (4K Ultra HD + Blu-Ray) With Free Poster £24.99 / £22.49 After Code
Cheapest I can see for physical for the 4K version is £24.95 with no poster


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This is an amazing film which documents the ideology of a person with mental illness.

It just so happens it has DC's The Joker character attached too it.

Its not an action film, its not a comicbook film, its just a very good story, for grownups!
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 16:40

Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial …Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial Opinion #2: Great performance from the lead and lovely cinematography don't really disguise the fact that this filmreally isn't very good. Wanna see Bobby de niro, dial in another performance where he plays the same character 'robert de niro' that he has been playing since the early 90s? get on this


I don’t think anyone’s watching it for Bobby D tbf
Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printout

Controversial Opinion #2: Great performance from the lead and lovely cinematography don't really disguise the fact that this filmreally isn't very good. Wanna see Bobby de niro, dial in another performance where he plays the same character 'robert de niro' that he has been playing since the early 90s? get on this
MattyPlant28/01/2020 19:48

This is an amazing film which documents the ideology of a person with …This is an amazing film which documents the ideology of a person with mental illness.It just so happens it has DC's The Joker character attached too it.Its not an action film, its not a comicbook film, its just a very good story, for grownups!


It's about a man who smiles through the pain until the pain makes him smile.
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It's a nice little extra I suppose. I've ordered the steelbook from Amazon since I had a £5 promo code so I'm getting it for the same price as standard but I hadn't ordered then I'd get this with a new account.
Pre order had the UHD for a while.
Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printout

Controversial Opinion #2: Great performance from the lead and lovely cinematography don't really disguise the fact that this filmreally isn't very good. Wanna see Bobby de niro, dial in another performance where he plays the same character 'robert de niro' that he has been playing since the early 90s? get on this
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 16:40

Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial …Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial Opinion #2: Great performance from the lead and lovely cinematography don't really disguise the fact that this filmreally isn't very good. Wanna see Bobby de niro, dial in another performance where he plays the same character 'robert de niro' that he has been playing since the early 90s? get on this


I don’t think anyone’s watching it for Bobby D tbf
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 16:40

Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial …Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial Opinion #2: Great performance from the lead and lovely cinematography don't really disguise the fact that this filmreally isn't very good. Wanna see Bobby de niro, dial in another performance where he plays the same character 'robert de niro' that he has been playing since the early 90s? get on this


Agreed on both accounts.
Nice one, @NeoTrix Cancelled my 4k order from Amazon and jumped on this deal.
I thought it was a decent enough film but way overhyped, and am not blown away by this deal to be honest. At least they’re throwing in something as a preorder reward though.
that poster looks kinda crap with all the "masterpiece, 5 stars, classic" etc but still a good price for the pre-order with a bonus poster

also what are the chances this'll come with the slipcover?
Edited by: "adz2010" 28th Jan
Watched last night after much anticipation and thought it was rubbish.
Bigdiv28/01/2020 18:32

Watched last night after much anticipation and thought it was rubbish.


Bigdiv28/01/2020 18:32

Watched last night after much anticipation and thought it was rubbish.


Yeah me too
Great film, even if just for Phoenix performance. He is a fantastic actor.
Paradroid88828/01/2020 18:23

I thought it was a decent enough film but way overhyped, and am not blown …I thought it was a decent enough film but way overhyped, and am not blown away by this deal to be honest. At least they’re throwing in something as a preorder reward though.


I rank it just behind my favourite of all time Blade Runner and just ahead of the Godfather, so thought it remarkably underhyped. I guess only time will tell if this is a classic, but its already there for me.
A masterpiece!

Hot. But I have the Zavvi and Amazon steelbooks pre-ordered.
FlangeNut12328/01/2020 19:36

A masterpiece!Hot. But I have the Zavvi and Amazon steelbooks pre-ordered.


Warner had a cool steel book but it was sold out and has now been removed. It's available at Coolshop but doesn't state if it's 4K or not.

I don't like the Amazon design. I won't shop at Zavvi. Help! Society doesn't care about me
This is an amazing film which documents the ideology of a person with mental illness.

It just so happens it has DC's The Joker character attached too it.

Its not an action film, its not a comicbook film, its just a very good story, for grownups!
MattyPlant28/01/2020 19:48

This is an amazing film which documents the ideology of a person with …This is an amazing film which documents the ideology of a person with mental illness.It just so happens it has DC's The Joker character attached too it.Its not an action film, its not a comicbook film, its just a very good story, for grownups!


It's about a man who smiles through the pain until the pain makes him smile.
MattyPlant28/01/2020 19:48

which documents the ideology of a person with mental illness.


Counterpoint: "which uses 'comic book fantasy' as an excuse to use familiar, lazy, cliched tropes to further stigmatise 'mental illness' by using it as a justification for evil"
Steelbook all the way for me.
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 20:10

Counterpoint: "which uses 'comic book fantasy' as an excuse to use …Counterpoint: "which uses 'comic book fantasy' as an excuse to use familiar, lazy, cliched tropes to further stigmatise 'mental illness' by using it as a justification for evil"


Have you actually seen the movie?
ZapGod28/01/2020 21:29

Have you actually seen the movie?


well, yeah, obv.
cas39828/01/2020 22:00

Well you've read the film completely wrong.


K, i'll show my working out...

** WARNING THERE ARE SPOILERS BELOW **


k, one thing i hear mentioned a lot, and even in this thread is that this is 'not a comicbook film' - k, thats flat out wrong for a start, the clue is in the name - its Joker, its about 'The Joker' - the DC character, there is no debate about this, it *is* a comicbook film, it is very very much a comicbook film. It may feel more 'gritty', more 'real' more grounded and have less comic-book aspects - but its very much a comicbook film. This is important.

This is important because we go into the film knowing *something* about the joker - we know he's a bad guy, we know him from pop-culture at least, we may know him in different guises, we may even know he's a guy who just wants to 'watch the world burn' but even if we don't we know hes a wrong'un.

So this film, it doesn't feel like a comicbook film, it feels real, but almost arthouse, we meet the eponymous character and maaaaaaan.. this ain't no evil mastermind - this is a poor guy who can't catch a break - wait how do we get from this guy to heath ledger?? lets look for clues.... "wait WTF? whats that laugh all about, this isn't even funny! oh wait, its a condition, right, i get it now, i guess its like tourettes, right? but man, its freaky - and we know that this hapless loser goes from this to heath ledger - ughh man - that tourettes-laughing thing is freaky."

And so it goes on. From memory every single murder that he commits is preceeded with either 'the laughing thing' OR for those of you not putting 1+1 together; an actual explicit reference to his mental illness: most memorably right at the end before killing the character Robert de Niro, played here by Robert de Niro: "What do you get when you cross a mentally ill loner with a society that abandons him and treats him like trash?" before pulling the trigger.

* ralph wigum voice *: "the mental illness signifies 'danger'"

The film is littered with it - its lazy, its hackneyed and the cliches surrounding mental illness and what it shows as an inevitable slide into violence are questionable. And thats being generous.

But going back to the 'not a comicbook film' were this not a film about the DC character and you stripped out the batman stuff (which, as a fan of Batman comic books and films i had A LOT of problems with, but not for this thread) and had it just as film about a man with a tourettes-like syndrome who one day chucks out his pills and then tells everyone about his mental illness before killing them - would you buy it? Of course not. But you do because its a Joker origin story? fair enough, but don't then claim, that this is not a comicbook film. Its absoultely a comicbook film, and like a a lot of comicbook films one with questionable morals, perhaps even more so as it presents itself as 'not a comicbook film' and gives itself an arthouse veneer.

Claudia Winkleman is away.
Edited by: "Josh.Rogan" 28th Jan
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 22:46

K, i'll show my working out...** WARNING THERE ARE SPOILERS BELOW **k, one …K, i'll show my working out...** WARNING THERE ARE SPOILERS BELOW **k, one thing i hear mentioned a lot, and even in this thread is that this is 'not a comicbook film' - k, thats flat out wrong for a start, the clue is in the name - its Joker, its about 'The Joker' - the DC character, there is no debate about this, it *is* a comicbook film, it is very very much a comicbook film. It may feel more 'gritty', more 'real' more grounded and have less comic-book aspects - but its very much a comicbook film. This is important.This is important because we go into the film knowing *something* about the joker - we know he's a bad guy, we know him from pop-culture at least, we may know him in different guises, we may even know he's a guy who just wants to 'watch the world burn' but even if we don't we know hes a wrong'un.So this film, it doesn't feel like a comicbook film, it feels real, but almost arthouse, we meet the eponymous character and maaaaaaan.. this ain't no evil mastermind - this is a poor guy who can't catch a break - wait how do we get from this guy to heath ledger?? lets look for clues.... "wait WTF? whats that laugh all about, this isn't even funny! oh wait, its a condition, right, i get it now, i guess its like tourettes, right? but man, its freaky - and we know that this hapless loser goes from this to heath ledger - ughh man - that tourettes-laughing thing is freaky."And so it goes on. From memory every single murder that he commits is preceeded with either 'the laughing thing' OR for those of you not putting 1+1 together; an actual explicit reference to his mental illness: most memorably right at the end before killing the character Robert de Niro, played here by Robert de Niro: "What do you get when you cross a mentally ill loner with a society that abandons him and treats him like trash?" before pulling the trigger.* ralph wigum voice *: "the mental illness signifies 'danger'"The film is littered with it - its lazy, its hackneyed and the cliches surrounding mental illness and what it shows as an inevitable slide into violence are questionable. And thats being generous.But going back to the 'not a comicbook film' were this not a film about the DC character and you stripped out the batman stuff (which, as a fan of Batman comic books and films i had A LOT of problems with, but not for this thread) and had it just as film about a man with a tourettes-like syndrome who one day chucks out his pills and then tells everyone about his mental illness before killing them - would you buy it? Of course not. But you do because its a Joker origin story? fair enough, but don't then claim, that this is not a comicbook film. Its absoultely a comicbook film, and like a a lot of comicbook films one with questionable morals, perhaps even more so as it presents itself as 'not a comicbook film' and gives itself an arthouse veneer.Claudia Winkleman is away.


By the way, my understanding was that it's not your traditional/average comic book film.

YES it's a film about a comic book character. There's no denying that, it's in the name. But it's not the usual 'cape and underpants' tale of a person birthed or created with superpowers, who then loses, goes through a montage and beats the bad guy in a boss fight at the end. That's what people are referring to when they say it's not a comic book movie.

Take Venom. Venom isn't a superhero movie, but it's still got the aforementioned clichés. Power comes to existence, takes time to understand it, loses a bit, wins at the end. Copy, paste. Venom was nothing special.

I enjoyed Joker. We don't see THE JOKER until the end. The mostpart of the film is a mentally ill man going through a hard time and it's not too pleasant to witness. The final 40 mins of the film is The Joker becoming the character. Seeing the control he can have, the chaos he can make, and making it. Joker, as a film, ends, where the character begins.
It's not what I expected when they first announced it. I liked the Nolan/Ledger version. But cinematically I think the film was shot beautifully and with a great music score. Each to their own though mate

p.s. by all means have your criticisms of the movie, but don't let your frustrations be from external sources. The media and public quotes shouldn't affect your enjoyment of it. If you can see past the 'not comic book movie' then your last post would have been a lot shorter

Also, try to ignore hype of ANYTHING. Hype is overrated
What a boring , meaningless film.
FlangeNut12328/01/2020 19:36

A masterpiece!Hot. But I have the Zavvi and Amazon steelbooks pre-ordered.


Gutted I missed the zavvi one. Sold out really quick
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 22:46

K, i'll show my working out...** WARNING THERE ARE SPOILERS BELOW **k, one …K, i'll show my working out...** WARNING THERE ARE SPOILERS BELOW **k, one thing i hear mentioned a lot, and even in this thread is that this is 'not a comicbook film' - k, thats flat out wrong for a start, the clue is in the name - its Joker, its about 'The Joker' - the DC character, there is no debate about this, it *is* a comicbook film, it is very very much a comicbook film. It may feel more 'gritty', more 'real' more grounded and have less comic-book aspects - but its very much a comicbook film. This is important.This is important because we go into the film knowing *something* about the joker - we know he's a bad guy, we know him from pop-culture at least, we may know him in different guises, we may even know he's a guy who just wants to 'watch the world burn' but even if we don't we know hes a wrong'un.So this film, it doesn't feel like a comicbook film, it feels real, but almost arthouse, we meet the eponymous character and maaaaaaan.. this ain't no evil mastermind - this is a poor guy who can't catch a break - wait how do we get from this guy to heath ledger?? lets look for clues.... "wait WTF? whats that laugh all about, this isn't even funny! oh wait, its a condition, right, i get it now, i guess its like tourettes, right? but man, its freaky - and we know that this hapless loser goes from this to heath ledger - ughh man - that tourettes-laughing thing is freaky."And so it goes on. From memory every single murder that he commits is preceeded with either 'the laughing thing' OR for those of you not putting 1+1 together; an actual explicit reference to his mental illness: most memorably right at the end before killing the character Robert de Niro, played here by Robert de Niro: "What do you get when you cross a mentally ill loner with a society that abandons him and treats him like trash?" before pulling the trigger.* ralph wigum voice *: "the mental illness signifies 'danger'"The film is littered with it - its lazy, its hackneyed and the cliches surrounding mental illness and what it shows as an inevitable slide into violence are questionable. And thats being generous.But going back to the 'not a comicbook film' were this not a film about the DC character and you stripped out the batman stuff (which, as a fan of Batman comic books and films i had A LOT of problems with, but not for this thread) and had it just as film about a man with a tourettes-like syndrome who one day chucks out his pills and then tells everyone about his mental illness before killing them - would you buy it? Of course not. But you do because its a Joker origin story? fair enough, but don't then claim, that this is not a comicbook film. Its absoultely a comicbook film, and like a a lot of comicbook films one with questionable morals, perhaps even more so as it presents itself as 'not a comicbook film' and gives itself an arthouse veneer.Claudia Winkleman is away.


It isn't a comic book film for a start. There's no hero and no villain.

Its basically a portrayal of modern day attitudes towards mental illness and how people are stigmatised like you have done, by association with violence. How people are left untreated.

He never killed people because he was mental, society made him worse.

Obviously everyone can interpret the film in different ways, but I think you've looked too far into it.

I wasnt overly impressed with the film myself. There were a few good scenes but I found most forgetful and quite boring. Its not the first film thats been made about mental health but everyone rambles on like it is.
Mr.Nutts28/01/2020 19:37

Warner had a cool steel book but it was sold out and has now been removed. …Warner had a cool steel book but it was sold out and has now been removed. It's available at Coolshop but doesn't state if it's 4K or not.I don't like the Amazon design. I won't shop at Zavvi. Help! Society doesn't care about me


Good point. The Amazon exclusive cover looks horrible.
daz_7528/01/2020 23:21

Gutted I missed the zavvi one. Sold out really quick


On the plus side it is the same artwork on the French and German steelbooks.
cas39828/01/2020 23:34

It isn't a comic book film for a start. There's no hero and no villain.Its …It isn't a comic book film for a start. There's no hero and no villain.Its basically a portrayal of modern day attitudes towards mental illness and how people are stigmatised like you have done, by association with violence. How people are left untreated.He never killed people because he was mental, society made him worse.Obviously everyone can interpret the film in different ways, but I think you've looked too far into it.I wasnt overly impressed with the film myself. There were a few good scenes but I found most forgetful and quite boring. Its not the first film thats been made about mental health but everyone rambles on like it is.


It was about inequality as much as mental illness. Wayne’s comment about people who can’t get jobs being clowns started it. The subway incident made things even worse because the victims were rich kids. The Joker was the poster boy for it all.
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 16:40

Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial …Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial Opinion #2: Great performance from the lead and lovely cinematography don't really disguise the fact that this filmreally isn't very good. Wanna see Bobby de niro, dial in another performance where he plays the same character 'robert de niro' that he has been playing since the early 90s? get on this


Disagree. Amazingly disturbing film.
Very good film and a must watch imo. I am glad the movie did extremly well and can't wait for the next installment providing it keeps on the same path.
I watched this for free and I was still robbed!
Boring!.
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 16:40

Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial …Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial Opinion #2: Great performance from the lead and lovely cinematography don't really disguise the fact that this filmreally isn't very good. Wanna see Bobby de niro, dial in another performance where he plays the same character 'robert de niro' that he has been playing since the early 90s? get on this


Rubbish
MattyPlant28/01/2020 19:48

This is an amazing film which documents the ideology of a person with …This is an amazing film which documents the ideology of a person with mental illness.It just so happens it has DC's The Joker character attached too it.Its not an action film, its not a comicbook film, its just a very good story, for grownups!


It's an average film, if you want an amazing film about mental illness there's much better choices 'for grownups' that don't need a comic book crutch character to sell the film such as One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A Beautiful Mind, or even Shutter Island.
Jinkz29/01/2020 09:27

It's an average film, if you want an amazing film about mental illness …It's an average film, if you want an amazing film about mental illness there's much better choices 'for grownups' that don't need a comic book crutch character to sell the film such as One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, A Beautiful Mind, or even Shutter Island.


I agree the Joker is no where near on the same level as those films you mention. It has so much similarities to Taxi Driver and King if Comedy also. If it wasn’t called the Joker, and was the same story with another guy with no connection to batman/the joker - it wouldn’t have such fanfare. Great performance, good film but not “one to own” in my opinion.
Joaquin Phoenix plays basically the same role as in You Were Never Really Here, released about a year earlier. The only reason this film got so much more traction is because it exists within the DC universe. Yes, it's a good film, but I really don't think it's as great as people make it out to be.
Josh.Rogan28/01/2020 16:40

Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial …Controversial Opinion #1: A4 is not a poster, its a printoutControversial Opinion #2: Great performance from the lead and lovely cinematography don't really disguise the fact that this filmreally isn't very good. Wanna see Bobby de niro, dial in another performance where he plays the same character 'robert de niro' that he has been playing since the early 90s? get on this


Neither of those are controversial opinions
A4 was the size of the poster handed out at IMAX / iSENSE screenings. You can get bigger than A4 printers

Have to laugh at people thinking it isn't a film for 'grown-ups'. If you think One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is a good, film read the book.

My favorite book.
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