Suicide Squad hits theaters Friday, so the reviews are starting to hit the Internet. The highly anticipated anti-heroes movie, which is meant to be Warner Bros. Pictures' the lighter antidote to the overly serious Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, features Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Will Smith, Cara Delevingne and more stars in roles that would have anyone rushing to the theater...but should you actually go? Despite Leto's headline-making performance as The Joker, the majority of reviewers seems to agree that this movie missed its mark.
Forbes called Suicide Squad worse than The Green Lantern and Fantastic Four: "The majority of the film is such a slog of 'anti-heroes shooting at CGI blobs' and 'anti-heroes slowly walking through a deserted cityscape' that you almost look forward to Leto's periodic Swiper-like appearances just for the change in scenery. The film is clearly a victim of post-production tinkering and reshoots. There are plenty of moments in the trailer that aren't in the movie, there are conflicting expository details, and the whole picture has a sense of forced whimsy."