The Suicide Squad Ventures Back To Gory ‘80s Blockbusters

This happens when a first attempt tanks

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If you can take anything positive from 2016, it was a decent year for movies. Marvel released an assortment of films like Deadpool and Captain America Civil War. DC entered the fray with Suicide Squad, leaving moviegoers appreciating Marvel and Disney’s efforts. Regardless, DC wanted to redo Suicide

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