‘Suicide Squad’ Fans Don’t Care About Your Negative Movie Reviews

Suicide Squad fans love the movie and don’t care about your negative reviews. The only problem is they haven’t actually seen Suicide Squad yet. The movie boasts an all-star cast with Oscar and Emmy winners in the mix, but according to the reviews, that’s not enough to save this movie. Not even a superhero like Clark Kent himself can save Suicide Squad from utter disaster, if the plethora of negative reviews are believed. But fortunately for Warner Bros., the fans aren’t listening. In fact, they’re angry that negative reviews are being posted at all. What will all these fans do if they actually see Suicide Squad and decide for themselves that the movie sucks?

It’s one thing to hear a negative review about a film like Suicide Squad and not let that influence your decision to hit the movie theater and see the film for yourself. It’s another thing entirely to become filled with anger and outrage and lash out at reviewers because they dissed the movie that you have yet to see. And that’s exactly what Suicide Squad fans are doing. Suicide Squad fans aren’t just ignoring the negative reviews, but they’re lashing out at reviewers, writing angry rhetoric on Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram and now they’ve launched a petition to shut down the greatest offender of them all: Rotten Tomatoes. Rotten Tomatoes is a review aggregator, and not an actual critic’s review site. Let’s just hope Suicide Squad isn’t so bad it gets nominated for a Razzie, because certainly, all chaos will ensue.