The Suicide Squad

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This is exactly what the first movie should have been. Equal parts humor and character depth, whereas the first film had flat attempts at comedy and no heart.

The action scenes are very entertaining, with the opening action scene in particular being an absolute riot. Special mention to John Cena as Peacemaker, who steals the show, and he and Idris Elba's Bloodsport play off each other very well.

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6.1/10. A decent sequel, which it is, to the original Suicide Squad. I still prefer that one since it had a better team and the villain seemed to be better set up. Here it's Starro just thrown in there as is he's not good enough for the Justice League apparently. Margot Robbie's OK here, seems like she's gotten bored with the character that skyrocketed her career five years ago. John Cena, who I detest, is just here for the sake of being here. It needed some tweaking and a different villain, like maybe Bane as ruler of this island. King Shark and Ratcatcher 2 are the best characters overall.


Continuity mistake: An personal assistant brings news about the attack on Jotunheim. Suarez turns towards her holding a sheet, but in the previous shot he already threw the document on the desk striking a pensive pose. (01:22:05)

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Harley Quinn: I love the rain, it's like angels are splooging all over us.

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Question: In the opening scene, after the bird is hit; did anyone else think the blood on the ball makes a crude Bat signal?


Answer: Yes, it did.

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