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The World Premiere of Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is held on March 23, 2018 at the Wonder Con, the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California. Several voice actors join executive producer James Tucker, producer/director Sam Liu, and co-producer/screenwriter Alan Burnett for a pre-screening panel discussion. See more »
When Deadshot is trying to catch up with the van that kidnapped Killer Frost, they are driving down the highway next to each other and the "Vanabago" has a roof vent but the van does not, yet the next scene has Silver Banshee popping open an exterior popped up vent which miraculously appears and uses her wailing power to make the "Vanabago" go off-road and make Deadshot crash. See more »
You don't suppose Waller really believes this mumbo jumbo do you?
You know, that you can skip hell.
Beats me. I always thought this WAS hell, Captain Kangaroo.
Hey alright, first up that's offensive. I'll tell you another thing, if anyone truly deserves hell it's Waller. And that bitch knows it. Playing God the way she does.
I ain't worried, I know I'm going to heaven. Anyone who can put up with Mr J deserves a break.
The problem is, sweetheart, you have to die in order to find out ...
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The live-action movie has its moments but suffered from plotting and pacing issues. "Assault on Arkham" was a more solid flick, but also suffered from plot holes and trying too hard to be dark and edgy. This is the first Suicide Squad movie that manages to to tell a consistently enjoyable story.
The movie is rather "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"--esque as it involves Deadshot and the rest of the Suicide Squad locked in a race between two other group of villains for a particular item. I won't spoil what it is, but it's far more interesting than say wealth or a weapon. What with all these villains, there's a lot of good fight sequences and interesting character interaction. The plot also does a good job of balancing humor, drama, and action.
The one thing that bugs me about this film is that Deadshot's motivation is seeing his daughter again, which is the exact same thing they did for the other two films. Don't get me wrong, the film still does a good job of humanizing Deadshot with this, but there are other ways.
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