|Release Date||:||02/06/2020 (DE)|
|Time||:||01 Hours 49 Minutes|
Harley Quinn joins forces with a singer, an assassin and a police detective to help a young girl who had a hit placed on her after she stole a rare diamond from a crime lord.
written by msbreviews on 7 February 2020
If you enjoy reading my Spoiler-Free reviews, please follow my blog @ https://www.msbreviews.com Since Wonder Woman that the DCEU has not missed a beat. Even though the latter is still my favorite of the universe, I have mostly a positive opinion about Justice League, Aquaman, and Shazam! Yes, these are not the greatest comic-book movies of all-time, but I would be lying if I denied that I was entertained. Birds of Prey follows the same path: it's fun, action-heavy, and it boasts a phenomenal cast. It has some issues regarding the actual plot and a few characters, but I'll get there. Fir... read the rest.
written by kmai01 on 15 February 2020
Pretty good Movie, I did not expect Harvey Quinn can kick ass like that. I can see some guy can be turn off this movie because all women hero team. I find it very entertaining and well made.
written by TalisBriedis on 9 March 2020
Garbage. Nothing, and I REALLY MEAN NOTHING good to say about this.
written by Adishake on 22 April 2020
Very refreshing and funny, The movie is very different from like any team-up movie I've ever seen, it will make you forget that it's a superhero movie entirely it feels like it's just a crazy movie with criminal minds all over the city moving quite freely in fancy dress until one scene of Black Canary where you realise yeah you're watching a super-hero movie they gota show their powers. It's violent and humorous and Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn is Fantastic and I really loved the Crossbow Killer, DCEU has come up with really great works since the Justice League (ignoring the Aquaman) a... read the rest.
written by Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots on 27 March 2020
I really dug “Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)” because it is unlike any movie I've seen before. There are the conventional-minded and flashy action scenes that accompany most superhero characters, but this is a violent, R-rated, naughty-joke, potty-mouthed comic book tour de force made for women over 25. It's a boisterous good time for feminists and girl nerds everywhere. The film is told from the twisted and deliciously sarcastic point of view of Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie), ex-girlfriend of the Joker. When the evil Roman Sionis (Ewan McGregor) puts out... read the rest.
written by SWITCH. on 27 March 2020
'Birds of Prey' its absolute thrill ride. It's unapologetically fun and crude and violent. To quote Saoirse Ronan from 'Little Woman'... 'Women.' - Chris dos Santos Read Chris' full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-birds-of-prey-im-here-to-report-a-terrible-crime-dc-has-saved-cinema
written by thetoerag on 11 April 2020
I am afraid to say,, but after watching Suicide Squad which was pretty good. This is a let down and I was looking forward to watching it. After watching this I think if there was a plot/story behind the movie, I couldn't see it it was all over the place and nothing seemed to follow. All I can say about this movie is the Actors/Actresses were paid to be stupid and not funny, I hoped for better things and got trash.
written by jw on 6 August 2020
There's boring power fantasies for boys. This is the same boring power fantasy, but for girls. The characters are flat, the action well filmed but inconsequential, the story nonexistent, and the entertainment value... don't be sober if you want to be entertained. In the genre of mindless action entertainment, this is still at the bottom of the barrel - like some of the 80s action movies which are better off forgotten. Nice styling and set design, though. The actors did their best given what they had to work with, but it is only Margot Robbie who impresses by making the main character... read the rest.
written by MovieGuys on 17 June 2020
Whilst many films have a message its a fine line between informing and lecturing. For me 'Birds of Prey' fails to appreciate this distinction. Its incessant, brittle, feminist finger wagging, is downright tiresome and quickly exhausted any sense of pleasure, I might have derived from this film. Its a shame too, as the underyling mechanics of the story could have worked well as a basic, by the numbers, action mash up. Regrettably that was not to be and whats left, is not something I would pay to see again. Which also applies to any spin offs or future efforts, in this vein. 2/10.... read the rest.
written by Gimly on 19 May 2020
If COVID-19 ushered cinemas off this mortal coil, I'm kind of strangely okay with telling people this was the last thing I ever got to see on the big screen. Final rating:★★★★ - Very strong appeal. A personal favourite.