You make a good point here, the main reason a lot of us are saying this is because we haven't had a really good movie in this franchise, and they just keep making them. But now that a movie actually seems to be getting good reviews, that makes me a bit more optimistic, and more willing reason to justify the existence of the DCEU.
Completely agree here. It seems that the people working on this stuff don't know what kind of tone to go for from the beginning and then they want to change things last second. Batman V Superman could have had some darker elements and I'd be fine with it, but when the majority of the movie is using dark camera lighting and characters acting deperessed for no reason, that's when I have problems. Overused example aside, The Dark Knight Trilogy is clearly quite dark, but it makes sense because of the subject matter dealt with in the films, you don't see those movies using silly dark camera lightings and character motivations that are too vague and just used to make it seem edgy. Suicide Squad on the other hand should have been more dark, I would definitely like humor, but not the way it was handled. The movie was trying to both be funny but still somewhat dark, it don't work out because they tried too hard to make it seem more "fun" compared to BvS so it could appeal to mass audiences, at the same time they wanted to still have the darker elements to appeal the more hardcore fans, but really, they just made it seem like it was trying too hard to be hip and edgy.