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David Ayer's Bright is incredibly ambitious. Too ambitious, in fact. It's an avalanche of conflicting movie ideas all jammed into one. Some of them are fascinating, others familiar, and a few are downright awful. The result is a off-putting hodgepodge that never comes together, but isn't wholly without its merits.

It's not a huge shock that Warner Bros. would take advantage of what, according to Jared Leto, is a giant pile of his craziest material. So, following in a trend designed to get people to buy several copies of the same movie, Suicide Squad is getting an extended edition. But as we've seen time and time again, nothing involving Suicide Squad can ever be simple.

There is literally no way the actual movie could be crazier than the stories we keep getting about what the cast suffered during filming. Every single day, I think there can't possibly be more. And every single day I am proven wrong. Often, more than once in a single 24-hour period. And now, parts, like, 4000-4005 of an 11,000-part series I'm now calling, "Damn, what happened to you people?"