Starring: Margot Robbie, Jared Leto, Will Smith, Adam Beach, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Common, Jay Hernandez, Adele Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Cara Delevingne, Joel KinnamanPlot: a group of criminals is assembled to form a team that the government uses to help save the world from "metahumans" and other threats.Review: I had no real problem with this movie. I know a lot of people didn't like it, but I thought it was fine. I believe a lot of people had issues with the movie and a lot of people hated it, but I am certainly not one of those people. Part of that is I have a weird love for all things Will Smith, another part is it was really just a pure action movie, a third part being I enjoy most things lately. I think too many people just have problems being happy with things.It's a really basic plot where, shockingly, things go wrong from idea one. One guy runs away and dies, one girl becomes the big villain. I think a main reason people didn't like it was because it wasn't what they wanted from the comics. Be it that it wasn't loyal enough to the story, or they wanted more bang for their buck, or Margot Robbie to get nudie somehow, whatever it was, people were upset. Too many people wanted too many things from it, I mean, it's a comic book movie about B grade villains who go around and sort of save the day, but not really. The dialogue wasn't great, the action was ok, the scenery was ok, they opened up a lot of things for the future, I don't see the issue. I certainly didn't think it was going to change the way I saw movies, that would be ridiculous.If anything, I thought it made a lot of the characters for the future better. It shows that Batman isn't just a crazy guy who unloads bullets into people with reckless abandon and that he avoids killing people, would rather save a villain to show them justice over killing them. It showed the Flash for a second, a witty smart-ass who saves the day with speed. It doesn't show Superman, he's dead still. Doesn't show anyone else from the DC Universe, but eludes to a lot of things.I suppose my two issues with the movie would involve Jared Leto's Joker character and the lighting of the movie. The lighting is an easy fix, it was pretty dark the entire movie. Filmed at night and the only light would have been fire and explosions, which is all well and good, but makes it slightly difficult to see. Apparently things like explosions don't happen in the daytime anymore.My issue with the Joker was slightly more complex than the lighting sadly. I had no particular issue with how Leto's acting was, merely that I am unsure what iteration of the Joker he was attempting to emulate. It seemed to me that he was trying to do Caesar Romero, Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger all at once, but with a mash up of being "street" as well. He's a fine actor, but it seemed all over the map and I was unsure of how to take him. I was hoping for a slightly more evil and vindictive Joker as his love is incarcerated, but it was more of a happy-go-lucky Joker that kind of got lucky with how things went.But those two things didn't make me dislike the movie in the least. I thought it was very different than BvS:DoJ, which it was supposed to be. I thought everyone did well in a script that could have had a pass around one more time, I loved Will Smith and it was nice to see him in a role that wasn't ultra serious, as is his custom lately. They even gave a explanation as to why he isn't wearing the Deathstroke mask the entire time.I will likely see this movie again as I'm sure there are parts I missed, but I certainly won't bash the movie. It was on par with the new x-men movies and not near the best Marvel movies, but that's because I'm a Marvel guy, it's not a bash to DC.See it if you want to have some fun and see some people get shot/have boomerangs thrown at them.I won't go into spoilers as it's only been 3 days, but we're going to be doing a podcast on it and posting it soon. I'll end up doing blurb about where to download things for people if they want to listen.