Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
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- Margot Robbie
- Rosie Perez
- Mary Elizabeth Winstead
- Jurnee Smollett-Bell
- Ewan McGregor
- Ella Jay Basco
- Chris Messina
- Ali Wong
- David Ury
- Sara Montez
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Not disappointed a bit, long time Harley fan waited a long time for this movie and loved it. Everything is good about it, the action, humor, cinematography, the colors, and Margot Robbie SLAYS it as Quinn. It’s a great story that has a great pace and builds towards the Birds of Prey themselves coming together against Black Mask who I might add was awesome! Ewan shines as this character and is way more of a interesting psycho than Leto’s joker. More please
such a good movie no regrets at all and it’s a good date movie too
If Suicide Squad felt like Warner Bros.’ deliberate attempt to replicate the quirky fun of Guardians of the Galaxy, Birds of Prey is its stab — and there is a lot of stabbing in it — at making DC’s Deadpool.
Extravagant action choreography makes the most of colorful set design, unlikely gimmicks and wrasslin'-style brutality. But Hodson's script offers far less diverting banter than it might've between the fight scenes, and has a hard time imagining the unconstrained id that makes Harley Quinn so magnetic.
The movie is delightfully odd but not consistently inspired, often straining to rewrite the rules of superhero cinema, a mixture of good and bad ideas all mashed together. Where other comic-book movies lumber along with self-importance, this film is a breezy, amoral lark, which proves somewhat refreshing. But that’s not enough to allow Birds’ hit-or-miss pleasure to soar.