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Suicide Squad
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Original Title: Suicide Squad
Also Know As: Suicide Squad
Release: 2016-08-02
Runtime: 123 min.
Genre: Action, Crime, Fantasy, Science Fiction
Country: United States of America
Subtitle: English
Stars: Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney
Plot: From DC Comics comes the Suicide Squad, an antihero team of incarcerated supervillains who act as deniable assets for the United States government, undertaking high-risk black ops missions in exchange for commuted prison sentences.
Floyd Lawton / Deadshot

Characters : Floyd Lawton / Deadshot

Actor : Will Smith

The Joker

Characters : The Joker

Actor : Jared Leto

Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn

Characters : Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn

Actor : Margot Robbie

Rick Flag

Characters : Rick Flag

Actor : Joel Kinnaman

Amanda Waller

Characters : Amanda Waller

Actor : Viola Davis

George

Characters : George "Digger" Harkness / Boomerang

Actor : Jai Courtney

Lazarus Lane / Diablo

Characters : Lazarus Lane / Diablo

Actor : Jay Hernandez

Waylon Jones / Killer Croc

Characters : Waylon Jones / Killer Croc

Actor : Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

June Moone / Enchantress

Characters : June Moone / Enchantress

Actor : Cara Delevingne

Keith Griggs

Characters : Keith Griggs

Actor : Ike Barinholtz

Lieutenant GQ Edwards

Characters : Lieutenant GQ Edwards

Actor : Scott Eastwood

Christopher Weiss / Slipknot

Characters : Christopher Weiss / Slipknot

Actor : Adam Beach

Monster T

Characters : Monster T

Actor : Common

Tatsu Yamashiro / Katana

Characters : Tatsu Yamashiro / Katana

Actor : Karen Fukuhara

Dexter Tolliver

Characters : Dexter Tolliver

Actor : David Harbour

Killer Frost

Characters : Killer Frost

Actor : Jim Parrack

Gomez - Seal Team A

Characters : Gomez - Seal Team A

Actor : Alex Meraz

Grace - Diablo's Wife

Characters : Grace - Diablo's Wife

Actor : Corina Calderon

Sergeant Ames Bravo 14

Characters : Sergeant Ames Bravo 14

Actor : Jaime FitzSimons

Missing Hand Guard

Characters : Missing Hand Guard

Actor : Christopher Dyson

T-Shirt Vendor

Characters : T-Shirt Vendor

Actor : Bambadjan Bamba

Admiral Olsen

Characters : Admiral Olsen

Actor : Ted Whittall

Angelo

Characters : Angelo

Actor : Robin Atkin Downes

U.S. Marshal

Characters : U.S. Marshal

Actor : Robert B. Kennedy

Mafia Snitch

Characters : Mafia Snitch

Actor : Billy Otis

Zoe

Characters : Zoe

Actor : Shailyn Pierre-Dixon

Panda Man

Characters : Panda Man

Actor : James McGowan

Psych Patient

Characters : Psych Patient

Actor : Derek Perks

Bruce Wayne / Batman (uncredited)

Characters : Bruce Wayne / Batman (uncredited)

Actor : Ben Affleck

Barry Alan / The Flash (Uncredited)

Characters : Barry Alan / The Flash (Uncredited)

Actor : Ezra Miller

Chairman

Characters : Chairman

Actor : Aidan Devine

Navy One-Star Admiral

Characters : Navy One-Star Admiral

Actor : Andrew Bee

Air Force Two-Star General

Characters : Air Force Two-Star General

Actor : Clive McLean

Army One-Star General

Characters : Army One-Star General

Actor : Frank J. Zupancic

National Security Council

Characters : National Security Council

Actor : Kent Sheridan

National Security Council

Characters : National Security Council

Actor : Roger Shank

National Security Council

Characters : National Security Council

Actor : Dwight Ireland

National Security Council

Characters : National Security Council

Actor : Amanda Brugel

National Security Council (as Tufford Kennedy)

Characters : National Security Council (as Tufford Kennedy)

Actor : Peter Tufford Kennedy

Hot Girl Patron

Characters : Hot Girl Patron

Actor : Rosemary De Los Santos

Casino Boss

Characters : Casino Boss

Actor : Kevin Hanchard

Businessman / Incubus

Characters : Businessman / Incubus

Actor : Alain Chanoine

Cop At Rail Terminal

Characters : Cop At Rail Terminal

Actor : Joel Lacoursiere

Doctor At Rail Terminal

Characters : Doctor At Rail Terminal

Actor : Jameson Kraemer

Gate Guard

Characters : Gate Guard

Actor : Ho Chow

Dr. Van Criss

Characters : Dr. Van Criss

Actor : Matt Baram

Dr. Van Criss' Wife

Characters : Dr. Van Criss' Wife

Actor : Birgitte Solem

Kowalski - Seal Team A

Characters : Kowalski - Seal Team A

Actor : Kevin Vance

Grey - Seal Team Member

Characters : Grey - Seal Team Member

Actor : Tyler Grey

Seal Team A #1 Member

Characters : Seal Team A #1 Member

Actor : Nathan Brown

Yakuza Boss

Characters : Yakuza Boss

Actor : Kenneth Choi

Technician

Characters : Technician

Actor : Nicolas Van Burek

Technician 2

Characters : Technician 2

Actor : Agueda Cardenas

Diablo's Daughter

Characters : Diablo's Daughter

Actor : Daniela Uruena

Diablo's Son

Characters : Diablo's Son

Actor : Nicolas Uruena

Supermodel (uncredited)

Characters : Supermodel (uncredited)

Actor : Ariane Bellamar

Navy SEAL (uncredited)

Characters : Navy SEAL (uncredited)

Actor : Murray Urquhart

Hispanic Woman (uncredited)

Characters : Hispanic Woman (uncredited)

Actor : Alyssa Veniece

U.S. Marshal

Characters : U.S. Marshal

Actor : Tim Ajro

Bystander

Characters : Bystander

Actor : Devlin Anderson

Dancer

Characters : Dancer

Actor : Briana Andrade-Gomes

Bystander

Characters : Bystander

Actor : Raffi Atamian

Air Force General Williams

Characters : Air Force General Williams

Actor : John Byers

Injured Civilian

Characters : Injured Civilian

Actor : Heather Byrne

Wounded Civilian

Characters : Wounded Civilian

Actor : Corey Chainey

US Ranger

Characters : US Ranger

Actor : Shak Chaudhry

Ranger

Characters : Ranger

Actor : James Chilli Chillingworth

Marine

Characters : Marine

Actor : Andrew Christie

Van Criss Employee

Characters : Van Criss Employee

Actor : Alex Chung

MP Soldier

Characters : MP Soldier

Actor : Gavin R. Downes

Club Goer

Characters : Club Goer

Actor : Reid Eastwood

Distressed Civilian

Characters : Distressed Civilian

Actor : Scott Edgecombe

Car Passenger

Characters : Car Passenger

Actor : Brendan Egan

US Marshal

Characters : US Marshal

Actor : Jeff Ellenberger

Firefighter

Characters : Firefighter

Actor : Mark Falvo

Tatiana - Russian Girl

Characters : Tatiana - Russian Girl

Actor : Tatyana Figueiredo

Navy SEAL Combat Medic - Bravo Team

Characters : Navy SEAL Combat Medic - Bravo Team

Actor : Gary 'Si-Jo' Foo

US Marshal

Characters : US Marshal

Actor : Tazito Garcia

Operations Tech

Characters : Operations Tech

Actor : Brianna Goldie

Secret Service Agent

Characters : Secret Service Agent

Actor : Ryan Groves

Secret Service Agent

Characters : Secret Service Agent

Actor : William Hainsworth

Navy SEAL Howard

Characters : Navy SEAL Howard

Actor : Shawn J. Hamilton

SWAT Officer

Characters : SWAT Officer

Actor : Shane Harbinson

LAPD Sergeant

Characters : LAPD Sergeant

Actor : Fatimah Hassan

Fighter Pilot

Characters : Fighter Pilot

Actor : Dexter Howe

Bystander

Characters : Bystander

Actor : Melanie Hubert

FEMA Official

Characters : FEMA Official

Actor : David Ingram

US Marshal / Military Escort

Characters : US Marshal / Military Escort

Actor : Shane Clinton Jarvis

Hispanic Man

Characters : Hispanic Man

Actor : Sergio Kato

Prisoner

Characters : Prisoner

Actor : Kevin Kent

Bystander

Characters : Bystander

Actor : Martin Kessler

Lieutenant Colonel Doctor

Characters : Lieutenant Colonel Doctor

Actor : Melissa Lem

Arkham Guard Stewart

Characters : Arkham Guard Stewart

Actor : John MacDonald

EA Dancer

Characters : EA Dancer

Actor : Stephanie Manchulenko

Marine

Characters : Marine

Actor : Matthew Mease

Hispanic Man

Characters : Hispanic Man

Actor : Christopher Meneses

Agent Bartoni

Characters : Agent Bartoni

Actor : Valiant Michael

Naughty Waitress

Characters : Naughty Waitress

Actor : Sabine Mondestin

Admiral's Staff

Characters : Admiral's Staff

Actor : Justin Moses

Blackwater

Characters : Blackwater

Actor : Drew Moss

Admiral Burns

Characters : Admiral Burns

Actor : Michael Murray

Gotham Police

Characters : Gotham Police

Actor : Afsheen Olyaie

Anvil

Characters : Anvil

Actor : Dan Petronijevic

Executive Assistant

Characters : Executive Assistant

Actor : Alisha Phillips

EA Dancer

Characters : EA Dancer

Actor : Tamina Pollack-Paris

Firefighter

Characters : Firefighter

Actor : Michael Prather

Cop Photographer

Characters : Cop Photographer

Actor : Dennisha Pratt

Military Guard

Characters : Military Guard

Actor : Asad Que

US Ranger

Characters : US Ranger

Actor : Mark Quigley

Big Ugly Navy SEAL

Characters : Big Ugly Navy SEAL

Actor : Darryl Quon

S.W.A.T. Officer

Characters : S.W.A.T. Officer

Actor : Diezel Ramos

American Hostage

Characters : American Hostage

Actor : Hugh Scott

Military Officer

Characters : Military Officer

Actor : Jasmine Sean

Special Forces Escort

Characters : Special Forces Escort

Actor : Attila Sebesy

Arresting Officer

Characters : Arresting Officer

Actor : Rick Silver

Graham - SEAL Team A

Characters : Graham - SEAL Team A

Actor : Connor Skific

Club Patron / Naughty Waitress

Characters : Club Patron / Naughty Waitress

Actor : Jamie Soricelli

Janes - Navy SEAL

Characters : Janes - Navy SEAL

Actor : Amos Stern

Navy SEAL Clark

Characters : Navy SEAL Clark

Actor : Goran Stjepanovic

Club Patron

Characters : Club Patron

Actor : Vivienne Taylor

EA Dancer

Characters : EA Dancer

Actor : Jasmine Renée Thomas

Firefighter

Characters : Firefighter

Actor : Alen Toric

Helicopter Pilot

Characters : Helicopter Pilot

Actor : Dallas Wade

Club Patron

Characters : Club Patron

Actor : Joe Warshaw

Bystander

Characters : Bystander

Actor : Tony Watt

US Army Ranger

Characters : US Army Ranger

Actor : James Weicht

Club Patron

Characters : Club Patron

Actor : Taylor Whittaker

FBI Agent Max Bidwell

Characters : FBI Agent Max Bidwell

Actor : Robert L. Wilson

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Frank Ochieng

A Review by Frank Ochieng

by Frank Ochieng

"Summertime 2016 has not been very kind to DC Comics-based personalities looking to shine consistently like their big screen Marvel Comics counterparts. Following the super-sized dud that was _Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice_ released a few months ago must really put some major pressure on Warner Bros. to gamble on ensuring that the presence of **Suicide Squad** does not meet the same kind of indifferent reception. Well, it turns out that although the anticipation was high for writer-director David Ayer's supervillain saga involving high-powered imprisoned rogues recruited as U.S. governmental operatives out to stop other skillful baddies (as it was for Zack Ryder's aforementioned "Dawn of Justice") the concoction of **Suicide Squad** feels like a colorful mishmash of collective misfits laboriously taking up space in a disjointed eye candy-coated spectacle that never manages to match its intended sizzle. One would think that the premise for **Suicide Squad** would tap into the intriguing naughtiness with more robust gumption given the collection of super-powered oddballs asked to be immediate anti-heroes in this toothless jamboree of renegade rejects. Strangely, the grim and brooding presentation of **Suicide Squad** is more of an erratic downer than a hyperactive high-wire act as intended at the creative hands of Ayer. There is no reason why this lively group of adventurous agitators should appear so flat and inconsequential in a boisterous blockbuster that sporadically limps. Given the twisted members that comprise this elite team of terrorizing tools it is very disappointing to see how **Suicide Squad** struggles with its so-called subversive themes. Sadly, this splattered mess never firmly grasps its bid for distinctive irreverence or off-balance exploitation. Instead, **Squad** feels strained in its execution and we are never really invested in entirely watching these treasured troublemakers find redemption because the story is soggy and uninspired. Furthermore, not all of the **Squad** participants are fleshed out satisfyingly for us to get behind with thirsty cynicism. The headlining leads in Will Smith's Floyd Lawton/Deadshot, Oscar-winner Jared Leto's green-haired Joker and Australian beauty Margot Robbie's Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn get the meaty standout parts while the lesser known supporting cast get stuck with chewing on the thankless remaining bone while seemingly acting as background furniture to the bigger names. Naturally, desperation has set in for the U.S. government as they need to safeguard national security against advanced sinister forces that threaten the fiber of American self-interests everywhere. What better way to hire gifted protection than to consider employing the world's most incarcerated corruptible, cutthroat cretins to perform the dirty work in unforgivable mission ops that require death-defying determination. Enter U.S. Intelligence agent Amanda Waller (Oscar nominee Viola Davis). Waller's duties are to assemble the ragtag team known as the Suicide Squad--ominous (yet talented) jailbirds tapped to step in and assume superhero status (especially when the real superheroes are tied up in other crime-stopping affairs) while helping out for the greater good of our vulnerable society. In exchange for the Suicide Squad's sacrifice in turning from hell-bent heels to reluctant heralded heroes they are promised commuted prison sentences should they effectively defend and destroy the deadly foes out to promote heavy-handed havoc across the board. Conveniently, bureaucratic bigwig Waller (through voiceover) introduces the Suicide Squad and describes what beneficial assets they bring to the turbulent table. Among the naughty notables include the well-known ace sniper Floyd Lawton/Deadshot as well as legendary lethal joy-boy Joker and his better (or perhaps worst half) in girlfriend Harley Quinn. The other toxic tag-a-longs along for the thrill ride of becoming rebellious rescuers include George Harkness/Boomerang (Jai Courtney), Chato Santana/El Diablo (Jay Hernandez), Waylon Jones/Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), Tatsu Yamashiro/Katana, Enchantress (Cara Delevingne) and Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman). Overall, **Suicide Squad** is surprisingly depressing and goes through the proverbial motions without so much as taking advantage of its surrealistic makeup. The movie never realizes its excitable potential and drifts into yet another superhero yarn that is more patchy than pronounced. Smith's Deadshot is out in the forefront but for the most part feels restrained and not as spry and savvy as one would imagine. Leto's Joker obviously pales in comparison to the brilliant and mesmerizing psychotic take on the role that earned the late Heath Ledger his posthumous Oscar statuette. In all fairness, nobody could inhabit the Clown Prince of Crime as Ledger uncannily did with committed concentration. Still, Leto's Joker--although viciously off-balance--felt recycled and furiously empty at times. Robbie's turn as Joker's misguided main squeeze merely comes off as a bratty Barbie Doll with synthetic edginess. The other **Squad** participants settle for the back burner more or less which is a crying shame because they should have been more engaged than the tepid material allowed them to be initially. Woefully sketchy and missing the fueled opulence that one would expect emerging from this cockeyed costume caper **Suicide Squad** is a detonating dud for the missing explosive DC Comics movie brand that needs to step up the pace if they expect to make a consistent and challenging impression on the devoted fanboys at the box office looking to move beyond the sardonic fantasy-based realm of another redundant serving of a _Batman/Superman_ entry. **Suicide Squad** (2016) Warner Bros. 2 hrs. 3 mins. Starring: Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margo Robbie, Viola Davis, Joel Kinnaman, Jay Hernandez, Jai Courtney, Scott Eastwood, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Ike Barinholtz, Common, Cara Delevinge, Karen Fukuhara, Adam Beach Directed and Written by: David Ayer MPPA Rating: PG-13 Genre: Superheroes Saga/Action & Adventure/Comic Book Fantasy Critic's rating: ** stars (out of 4 stars) (c) **Frank Ochieng** (2016)"

Asadullah Khan

A Review by Asadullah Khan

by Asadullah Khan

"Suicide Squad is the third and latest entry into the DCEU, and is about a bunch of bad guys that are rounded up to fight for someone else. And just like this year's BvS, this movie received overwhelmingly negative reviews by the critics and was divided among the fans. I was super curious to watch it because unlike many, I actually enjoyed the DCEU till this point. Enjoyed both Man of Steel and BvS. But unfortunately, this one's a mess. The majority of the movie just feels choppy, editing was all over the place. Like they had a final product but because of disagreements, they took out a lot of scenes, shorten the runtime, and added others, making a giant choppy mess in the end. Scenes don't properly flow, including the flashbacks. Some scenes feel like they were added later (Probably the re-shoots) and they definitely didn't fit, particularly the elevator scene with Harley. The songs were all over the place as well. Some worked with their respective scenes, but most of them didn't, and again it felt like something added later, to give the movie a more jolly feel. And difference between development given to each member of the squad is astounding. Some were completely left in the dust, while some got a bit of line here and there, while some got a lot more development. Basically, to me it felt like that the movie reeked of studio involvement. Also, the focus was just off. Movie is called Suicide Squad yet there is a whole lot of other stuff that gets way too much screentime. The whole end of the world plot was totally generic, uninteresting and unnecessary. The villain wasn't good, and the movements were weird, and not in a good way. Joker-Harley romance was also something padded on, and could have been removed in exchange for more screentime with the squad. Speaking of the Joker, he and his whole weird mafia/gangster lord type vibe didn't work for me. Jared Leto felt like he was trying too hard at times. There were moments where I saw the Joker I wanted in him, but those moments were swiftly followed by over the top feel that he gave most of the time. And that laugh....Yeah NOPE!! Even the action was mostly OK, apart from a couple of good scenes. There was no proper thrill, no proper buildup. Too many cuts. Say what you want about Snyder, but you have to admit that the dude can atleast direct amazing action sequences. And all of that sucks because there is stuff in the movie that works, like the main squad. Will Smith as Deadshot was great. He played his usual cool self and it worked. Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn was sexy and mostly good, because there were few instances where her dialogues gave me cringe. These two had a good chemistry together too. Also liked other members like El Diablo, Killer Croc, and captain Boomerang, all of whom were likable, had some fun moments etc. Plus, among all the mediocrity, there were glimpses of what the movie could have been like. Fun moments between the squad, some touchy moments, rare cool action sequences, full group scenes or rather a scene, the bar scene and such. Ultimately, The movie is like a mediocre cake covered with a thin layer of good frosting. The overall taste isn't bad, but it isn't good either. You enjoy the good frosting for a short while, and then have to deal with a whole lot of mediocre tasting body of the cake. I was disappointed. I really REALLY wanted to like this film. Pushed back all the negative or positive criticism and went in with an open mind. I'm not too hopeful what the extended cut will improve as 13 mins of footage isn't much, and I'm guessing it is Joker footage mostly. It's funny that after watching this, I respect MCU more now considering what they were able to do with the more risky project: Guardians of the Galaxy. 6/10 Blog Post Link: http://reviewsreactor.blogspot.com/2016/10/suicide-squad-2016-movie-review.html"

Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"Some semi-interesting visuals and a few characters I'd like to get to know, but an absolute mess of a movie. The thing feels like a trailer, or a clipshow, or a music video or some other sort of two-hour long promotional material for the actual _Suicide Squad_ that comes out later. _Final rating:★★ - Had some things that appeal to me, but a poor finished product._"

Reno

A Review by Reno

by Reno

"**They are not superheroes, they are supervillains.** It's nothing against DC, but overall I'm starting to think the todays cinema is getting crowded with the lots of superheroes. Just like any pollution or the over population on the earth's surface. It needs stability, but nobody cares about it other than money making agenda. I also think it's going to last for only a few more years, when this trend going to end like that happened in the 70s, 80s and the 90s. And the space travel era to begin which is already kick- started. So DC or Marvel and others, they should be careful, for far they could take their products. Like the title say, it's not just about the film characters, the film itself a suicidal. I'm not saying the film was unnecessary, but the plot was dragged too much. There are too many pauses, or you can call time wasting moments. I could not take another blowing up city concept. And that swirling thing in the sky, I don't know how long they are going to use it in the superhero films. I did not like the supernatural concept which is supposed to be a pure science fiction action adventure. At least Thor was from another planet, more like he's an alien, but the witch in this film, ruined my appetite. The actors were not bad and so the graphics, including the stunt sequences. The story was very familiar. It was more or less, same as the animated flick 'Monsters vs Aliens'. It can be watched for entertainment purpose, the majority won't say it's their favourite or one of the best of the year. But surely there are people who would love it. It was a massive box office hit and I don't see any hurdle for its sequel, but all I hope is it to get better in the follow-up. So finally, it's not a bad film or boring, but it just did not have the midas touch that all the superhero films had. That means a watchable film, only for once. _5/10_"

ColinJ

A Review by ColinJ

by ColinJ

"Aka NEEDLE DROP: THE MOVIE SUICIDE SQUAD is a mess. But an entertaining, well-cast mess."

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