‘Suicide Squad’ Early Movie Reviews In: Margot Robbie & Jared Leto Make Movie Worth Watching?
Currently, Warner Bros. has put an embargo on reviews for “Suicide Squad” movie. Since the official early screening, the VIPs have also shown their respect for the studio and have remained calm. But the masses have been constantly troubling them on Twitter.Advertisement
While the audience can expect a full analysis and break down of “Suicide Squad” movie this Tuesday 9 pm PST, there are still some desperate DC fans aching to know if the film was a success or a failure.
Fortunately, few of the early watchers have shared their non spoiler opinion for Suicide Squad on twitter. It looks like the movie has successfully pleased the critics as well as the audience. Fans can find all their tweets below.
Mark Hughes, Forbes Contributor
Last Friday, Mark posted a new estimate on the box office record for Suicide Squad. While the journalist is also on an NDA, he still confirmed that “buzz is generally great” for the movie.
Kent Small, Nova FM (Australia Radio Show Host)
Smallzy, The award winning radio host tweeted various posts on Suicide Squad. But his best non-spoiler reveal confirms that Margot Robbie will leave the audience awestruck.
Scott Weinberg, Famed Film Critic
It looks like Weinberg was also able to discuss with other fellow early watchers. Fortunately, it was confirmed that he “heard good things” about the movie. However, the critic himself hasn’t watched it yet.
Rachel Stern, Media Assistant for Entertainment Tonight
Last week on Wednesday, Stern confirmed that Jared Leto, Will Smith and Margot Robbie have met fan’s expectation in their portrayal of their fictional characters. Her tweet also confirmed that the movie was appealing.
Umberto Gonzalez, Editor-in-Chief of Heroic Hollywood
Lastly, Gonzalez has been teasing his fans on Twitter for a while. The journalist also tweeted that he was invited for the early screening of Suicide Squad. however, instead of giving us a brief detail on the movie, he shared his opinion through a cryptic image.
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