Yes/no? I'm still more no. The big news to me is that this is set after Man of Steel. I don't know if it's between it and Dawn of Justice or just after DoJ. It means that The Joker that killed Robin is still alive in this universe. I still hate The Jokers look in this. I'm not a Ledger purists, but the tattoos have to go. The Joker is a narcissist. He would never have tattoos. I'm guessing he's after Harley not for helping the government but that she didn't go right to him after being let out. He'd never waste time freeing her, but she still should of came running to him.
I love how in this DCU even the government is dark, gritty and do stupid things like their heroes. If the idea is these guys are suppose to take out Superman, yet can't stop Joker. Not the best idea to put forth.
People keep bringing up "well they couldn't stop Superman lol" but that's not the point. That was just used as an example of a meta-human having the ability to run wild all over the government, and how they need to do something to prepare for these kind of threats.
I liked the movie. It wasn't great, but it wasn't bad either. I would grade it about a B-. Rampage did a good job as Baracus. Better than I expected. Cooper's personality in the film was a little too gung-ho and over-the-top as Faceman.