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If you send a feminist to the 'Suicide Squad' set, you're gonna get uncomfortable questions

11 July 2016 10:00 AM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

Set visits are like a blind date. You know a little about them before you show up, but you’re never really sure what you’re going to get until it’s too late to back out.  Which is how I found myself in Toronto in June of 2015 asking director David Ayer just what he was thinking when designing costumes for the women of Suicide Squad. After all, the men are in armor and or at least fully-clothed (even Killer Croc!), but all of the women are baring skin. I asked Ayer what the deal was because it was a little disheartening. “I just wanted to see Waller in a bikini. I mean really that drove everything for me. [Laughs.] For me it's, if you look at the aesthetic of comic books and you look at how the imagery of it and sort of what it means and what it does »

- Donna Dickens

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Ghostbusters Review: New Laughs Inside An Old Formula

10 July 2016 12:20 PM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Ghostbusters Finds New Laughs Inside an Old FormulaPaul Feig’s remake is hilarious, forward-looking, and delightfully in touch with its origins.

Rebooting beloved classics is delicate business. On the artistic side of the deal, we pray for the offshoot to stand on its own two feet with a fresh take on the original recipe. On the broader cultural front, perhaps the trickier-to-fulfill facet of the whole remake madness, we nervously hope what we get can fend off countless cynics (who usually await with sharpened knives) by offering them a creative output both new and exciting, and warmly familiar through a graceful embracement (but not aggressive imitation) of its predecessor.

After months of speculation, swelling anticipation, and Ok, fanboy whining, it’s extremely good news that Bridesmaids and Spy director Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot, co-written by him and Katie Dippold, accomplishes all that and then some. Enormously entertaining and ingeniously cast (wait until you discover the kind »

- Tomris Laffly

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