James Gunn’s DC antihero do-over boasts plenty of mischievous humor and gore, but is not without its flaws—most notably the film’s end. [Warning: Spoilers]
Melissa Leon is a former entertainment editor at The Daily Beast and a three-time National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Award winner. She covers film, TV, comics, and more. If the apocalypse comes, beep her.
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