In light of the reviews, this headline/article is pretty funny.
Will Smith's Suicide Squad explores nature of 'evil'
(I guess they were pretty much forced to put the single quotes on 'evil')
"This is different from other superhero films," says Will Smith, star of the forthcoming film adaptation of DC Comics' Suicide Squad.
"It's not about good versus evil. It's about bad versus evil."
Smith believes the film "is an exploration of the concept of redemption". "We all discussed it as a cast in rehearsals - where is the line between bad and evil?" he says.
"You might do bad things for good reasons, or maybe even for fun. We decided that if you are bad, you are always redeemable. It's evil that isn't."
I kind of wonder if it's like Ant-Man where we just have to take other characters' word for it re: how bad they are (i.e. it's never shown on screen).