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
Did You Know?
- Cathy Yan is the first Asian woman to direct a superhero movie. She is second woman to direct a DC film after Patty Jenkins.
- When Harley Quinn is hiding behind the big pile of drugs, it gets shot up and the powder floats through the air. In later shots, though, there is no powder visible on the ground near the drug pallet.
- Black Mask: WOOO! Who's having a good time?
Atom User Reviews
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.