For the countless iterations of movies, books and video games surrounding Batman and his most famous nemesis, the Joker, there’s sometimes a lack of media pertaining to any other characters in Gotham. Gradually, though, DC Comics is amending that with shows like Batwoman and movies like the recently released “Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey” starring Margot Robbie as the titular character. “Birds of Prey” focuses on Harley Quinn navigating life in the aftermath of her breakup with the Joker, kind-of-sort-of discovering what’s important to her along the way. With fantastic leading ladies and an intense plotline that perforates the disturbing with the delightful, “Birds of Prey” hits the spot, giving the audience a squad to root for in both their fight against unthinkable evil and relatable life problems. Be warned, though: this is one R-rated movie that is not for the faint of heart, with a decent spattering of violence, including several particularly graphic parts. If that sounds like something you can handle (or close your eyes for), then definitely check out this new and improved version of Harley Quinn before she leaves theatres.