Hiding in the shadows of the Suicide Squad and the massive success of Joker, arrives Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn). That title is a mouthful, but this is a film that is doing things on it’s own terms. It’s a superhero movie, but a majority of the characters are villains. It’s about an all-girl team working together, but everyone is in it for themselves. It’s a mixture of action, laughs, meta commentary, breaking of the third wall, and one hell of a performance from Margot Robbie. Similar to Hugh Jackman playing Wolverine, I can’t picture anyone better to play Harley Quinn, the pigtailed, bat swinging, egg sandwich eating partner of the Joker. But this time she’s unleashed, and she’s bringing a posse of ladies with her for the fun. Birds of Prey is a different kind of comic book movie because you can’t pin it down. It’s in your face, it’s wild, free, and that’s why it’s good.