To the people that loved or even thought the movie was "OK": Please read no further. I'm going to avenge my wasted two hours, and I don't need enemies at this point in my life.
In my defense: David Ehrlich rated this 7/10, and also - and I've yet to comprehend how is this possible - the movie has a 74 Metacritic score. So, that's that for what it's worth. Now, I should've ditched this the moment I heard James Gunn had defended Marvel from the "accusations" Scorsese made toward it almost two years ago, saying that Martin did that to publicize his movie, which I think it's true. A guy making movies about mobsters all his life has to be a mobster himself. But that's beyond the point. Bringing that up after this long means only that is Gunn, the one who's in desperate need of some press. And, I get it desperation pushes you to do silly things. But it's embarrassing to "go against" Scorsese in such a lame and ignoble fashion when you have a perfectly well-constructed fanbase filled with rednecks that are going to love the movie and even complain of why isn't it longer. You have to be satisfied with that.
I might have gotten a migraine watching this movie, so bear with me while I try to explain it. This movie felt like some children were playing with their favorite action figures, creating these very random, mindless play scenes. - The giant star at the ending crashing the buildings reminded me of when Stitch from 'Lilo & Stitch' creates his play scene and destroys the cars and other toys. - And then someone who saw the children playing sat down and decided to put all those play scenes together, and that's the movie. - "Embrace the senseless action and the gorefest!"
Some of the scenes have something severely wrong with them on some level, be it the writing, the acting, or the over-the-top action choreographies. Something else they did which is unforgivable is that they raped some of the songs they used here by playing them in the most unfitting moments possible. So, there is a lot they did wrong with this movie, and they had no right to because it hasn't been long since the last dumb 'Suicide Squad' film. The comics on which these characters are based must be phenomenal for these guys to attempt to bring them into the film realm this often because I don't want to believe they're making these films only because they know there is big money behind them.