If I had a coin for each time I was alone in the theatre, I would have two coins. It isn't a lot but it is weird it happaned twice. I watched it on a Tuesday, so that kinda explains it to be honest.
First of all :
1. Furby is a not a toy, it is nightmare fuel. I hate them, they aren't cute, they are evil.
2. The animation is just perfect. Yes, it has a strong Spider-Verse vibe but it isn't a problem in my opinion. If I remember correctly Spider-Verse and this movie share the same animation team.
Good parts: Most of the jokes made me laugh and the characters are very funny too, in their own unic ways. Finnaly…
I will add an "+1" to the "James Gunn created a superior adaptation of the Suicide Squad comics to film compared with the 2016 version" list
A. Comparation between the Suicide Squads:
1. My biggest problem with David Ayer's movie is the introduction of characters through needle drops (which aren't even fitting with the scene/character), walls of text and flashbacks. Before they became the Suicide Squad and even met each other, the 2016 squad members were shown as completely different…