A twisted tale told by Harley Quinn herself, when Gotham's most nefariously narcissistic villain, Roman Sionis, and his zealous right-hand, Zsasz, put a target on a young girl named Cass, the city is turned upside down looking for her. Harley, Huntress, Black Canary and Renee Montoya's paths collide, and the unlikely foursome have no choice but to team up to take Roman down.
When Black Canary goes into the building where she lives a sign with the logo JANUS for the Janus Corporation is on the left side of the entryway and the first letter 'J' is crossed out, leaving the rest of the word open. See more »
In the film Harley Quinn says that she holds a PhD and is a psychiatrist. In order to become a psychiatrist you do not get a PhD. You would get a PhD if you wanted to become a psychologist. Psychiatrists are physicians who are able to prescribe and treat mental health disorders with medicine versus a psychologist who treats a patient with therapy. Anyone wishing to become a psychiatrist in the United States would first need to attend either medical school or osteopathic medical school after earning an undergraduate degree. After four years the potential psychiatrist earns either a Doctor of Medicine (MD) or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) degree. After graduating and spending an additional four year in a psychiatric residency the resident can elect to pursue a sub specialty fellowship for an additional year (in fields such as addiction, geriatric, forensic, consult liaison) or two years (child & adolescent psychiatry), After obtaining a state license the psychiatrist may now begin practicing. So Harley was not a physician. See more »
I don't know nothing about no diamond.
The inflection in your voice, the way you can't hold eye contact, and the fact that you're a filthy little thief, all suggest that you do. Now, you can give it to me, or I can give you to the man that diamond belongs to. But trust me when I say, you're not going to like what he's going to do to you. Now, hand it over.
Yeah, not going to happen.
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Part of the closing credits are set around a stylized version of the Booby Trap funhouse. See more »
Written by Joselo Rangel (as José Alfredo Rangel Arroyo), Theo De Maria Y Campos Lignarolo, Edward Kistler Serrano and Rodrigo Velazquez Delgado
Performed by Liquits
Courtesy of Universal Music Latino
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Entertaining but a bit messy.
Birds of prey shows that DC has finally righted the ship after several early stumbles in this franchise. By focusing on smaller, more personal stories with more personal stakes. Birds of prey is a very entertaining movie, albeit one with some irritating flaws.
Firstly, Cathy Yan directed the hell out of this movie. She really knows how to frame an exciting action scene with nice wide, full body shots to show off the great stunt work. The movies style and colour pallet are very eye catching and visually interesting. Margot Robbie continues to be excellent as this franchises version of Harley Quinn, and Ewen McGregor looks like he's having the time of his life as a sleazy but intimidating villain.
Most of the movies problems for me come from the script. The first half is very messy as the movie bounces around and moves back and forth in a Rashomon attempt that really didn't work and kind of annoyed me. Once an action scene in a police evidence locker takes place though, the movie calmed down considerably and is a lot more watchable. Also, while the other members of the cast and the villain are entertaining to watch, they only have only surface level characterisation, seemingly interesting on the surface, but not really much underneath. Some ardent birds of prey fans may be disappointed in the lack of actual birds of prey, given about 85% of this is a Harley Quinn movie, which leads me to wonder if they side the birds of prey name for brand recognition only.
In conclusion, birds of prey is a fun, colourful time at the movies, But some serious screenplay flaws prevent it soaring to the heights of the DCEU, but it comfortably pitches high above the trainwreck that was suicide squad.
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