Hollywood insiders predict this weekend's Suicide Squad, the first all-villain comic-book movie, could make over $130 million in its first three days of release. The gobsmacking bounty suggests that superhero cinema still satiates audiences of every age, but is it for you? Is the Batman-adjacent blockbuster a POW-BANG-SMASH hit or is it the movie equivalent of Jared Leto hiding a dead pig in your bedroom? Here's what you need to ask yourself:
Was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice your everything?
You already have opening weekend Suicide Squad tickets, and there's a strong chance you already have second-weekend Suicide Squad tickets. If you don't melt the first time Harley Quinn says "Mistah J," you'll love it both times.
Or did Batman v Superman knock you back into a depressive state of hopelessness and despair?
This March's superhero showdown was danker than Batman after a CrossFit session, but hopefuls -- me. You? Us. -- saw Suicide Squad as cheeky course correction. Between Will Smith's quips, Margot Robbie's gleeful psychopathy, and rock-radio hits, the team-up movie would be Batman v Superman's off-kilter second cousin who always shows up to family functions with a keg and a pile of fireworks. Crazy fun, emphasis on crazy.