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The superhero movie is at a strange crossroads.It's less of a movie than a long trailer that doesn't provoke as much as it thinks it does.Quinn is the demented girlfriend of the on-the-loose Joker (Jared Leto), who turns out to be a curiously small part of the film.Working in the sizable wake of Jack Nicholson and Heath Ledger, Leto proves a massive disappointment in the role, lacking in both menace and wit despite the tall tales of his Method extremes during shooting.The film, as a whole, is missing the humor and spryness that was promised. Watching "Suicide Squad" (which will no doubt make hundreds of millions of dollars) is to see the superhero movie reaching rock bottom, sunk by moral rot and hollow bombast."Suicide Squad" is in Beirut-area theaters.
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