#10 in my ranking of the DCEU franchise. This movie has a single objective: to hate men. There's literally no other reason this movie exists. No male character is remotely good in the end, they're all backstabbing rapists and psychopaths while even the criminal women are all sympathetic to the extreme. So, fine. That's its… Continue reading Birds of Prey and The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn
#4 in my ranking of the DCEU franchise. I actually watched the DCEU movies a bit out of order. Immediately preceding my viewing of David F. Sandberg's Shazam! I watched Suicide Squad and Birds of Prey. Starting up this I was relieved to see the simply building blocks of story presented in an order that… Continue reading Shazam!
#5 in my ranking of the DCEU franchise. #11 in my ranking of theatrically released Batman films. #8 in my ranking of the theatrically released Superman films. The biggest mistake Warner Brothers seems to have made about their big team up picture isn't that they forced it too early, it's that they forced it to… Continue reading Justice League
#6 in my ranking of the DCEU franchise. I know that the general consensus is that Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman righted the DCEU ship, but for the faults of the previous film, I don't think that was really a way to make it better. It's brighter, more colorful, with a more upbeat central character, for… Continue reading Wonder Woman
#9 in my ranking of the DCEU franchise. Failure has a thousand fathers, but I don't think you could ever excuse David Ayer from the dumpster fire that is Suicide Squad. Yes, the stories of Warner Brothers getting different editing houses to compete over the edit and a commercial editing firm won to help make… Continue reading Suicide Squad