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An imperfect but ultimately moving film, Honey Boy stands heavily on the shoulders of Shia LaBeouf's Oscar-worthy performance as his own father — one of the most remarkable turns so far this year. While it does not soar to groundbreaking heights, this intimate, and at times strange film dances close to cinematic brilliance, particularly in its beautiful finale.
To quote Harley Quinn herself, "Behind every successful man is a badass broad." In Birds of Prey, we find out she's even more badass when she steps out of his shadow.
a bit slow-paced for my liking, but overall an intelligent thriller. don't expect outstanding acting as the parts don't really require it. Soderbergh applies his finite touch.
Without the signature 'Bayhem' action, it mostly feels like another action film. Not a bad one, but not really anything special apart from connection to a franchise old enough to be a nostalgia-reference to itself.