Brace yourself for DC'S The BIRDS OF PREY
If you are DC lovers, then this latest DC comic movie "Birds Of Prey" is a must-watch for all the fans out there. Every movie revolving around the Clown Prince of Crime and his crazy hench-woman is much awaited. However, the craziness revolving around Harley Quinn some how always gets overshadowed by the Joker himself. In the latest movie Birds of Prey, Harley Quinn gets a spin-off of her own. In this beautiful and borderline chaotic movie, Harley Quinn portrayed by Margot Robbie has recently broken up with her partner in crime.After having spent the majority of her time trying to impress The Joker, she has no idea how to handle herself.
This movie revolves primarily around Cassandra Caine, a young girl who is being hunted for her mistakes by The Black Mask aka Roman Sionis. This movie shows us that girls, on sticking together can attain anything and everything they want, in an atypical way. Unlike most movies, Birds of Prey has a majority of female cast as well as the production team. We have been used to seeing female DC characters overly sexualized, but due to this movie being produced by a mostly female team, we see women as strong characters and not just appealing to the eyes. A person being the hero or villain is solely dependent on the one narrating the story.
Similarly, in this movie, we see different sides of all the characters. It provides a break from all the male-dominant movies and gives girl power a whole new meaning. Most people view girls as weak and submissive and when the girls act strong and dominant, the males usually give them tags like stubborn, crazy, and evil. The movie shows how our perception of good and evil is clouded by personal grudges. Although this movie is unconventional and kind of violent, it shows us how women can be strong, independent, and that we cannot let our mental issues and a major heartbreak define us. So for all the DC lovers this movie is a major change from all the macho male characters and gives us a completely different perspective.