As with most Luc Besson, a masterpiece of production design. Also as with most Luc Besson, nearly incomprehensible as a story.
This movie isn't actually good, but it's still probably the second best of the DC Universe movies because it's at least marginally competent at storytelling. Yes, the villain is blah, the plot is literally about collecting three boxes, and there are too many new characters to keep track of, but at least you generally know what is happening and why. The heroes are kind of funny and endearing at least some of the time.
The biggest problem has nothing to…