With a fresh perspective, some new friends, and loads of fast-paced action, Birds of Prey captures the colorfully anarchic spirit of Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn.
The journey of Harley from henchwoman to antagonist, and her determination to get out from under the shadow of her more famous boyfriend, is where the energies of the all-woman creative team have been directed.Read full article
The directing and acting do manage to find some gold here and there. It's worth a watch, although most will probably wait for the rental price.Read full article
Under the film's hyper-formatted style and impersonal action, there's a pretty good movie straining to break out-which makes the waste of its creators' earnest exertions all the more dismaying.Read full article
There's some good wallpaper here and there, but its aesthetics still fail to coalesce enough to ever generate an appealing, involving world.Read full article
[Margot Robbie] herself is fantastic. The action choreography is pretty good... If I have a quibble: it has probably the worst needle drops of any movie in recent history.Read full article
Full of style, personality, humor, and a killer ensemble cast, Birds of Prey is one of the most enjoyable DC films ever made.Read full article
Bursting with personality, Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is easy to enjoy, but can't make itself out to be more than what it already is: a messily empowering Rated-R runaway train.Read full article