A secret agency recruits imprisoned villains - including Deadshot Will Smith and Harley Quinn Margot Robbie - to execute black ops missions in exchange for clemency. This DC property has prior super-pics all over it as it strives to achieve similar results. Yeah expected more and it didn't produce, the ending was a bit bizarre only wanted to see it because of Will Smith and he couldn't carry it off unfortunately did like Jared Leto as the joker though. I think that this movie wasn't as bad as people and by people I mean critics said it was.
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Purchase now and connect your digital retailer accounts to Movies Anywhere to create one synced collection. Watch your movie here or with any connected account. Learn more. Once again, DC has made a film that feels less original and more like they're just mimicking what they see Marvel doing. Its tone is all over the place and we aren't given enough time to get to know the characters so we can care about their fates. DC seems to be confused in what tone to choose in their recent movies.
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