The Suicide Squad Ventures Back To Gory ‘80s Blockbusters

This happens when a first attempt tanks

Alexander Razin

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Photo from Screen Rant.

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 Squad. The Suicide Squad is that redo.

The Suicide Squad is a villain/hero action film directed and written by James Gunn who is known for his Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy films. Mr. Gunn has been in cahoots with Marvel, and DC viewed it as an opportunity to hire his talents. After many directors left the Suicide Squad remake, DC placed James Gunn as director and writer because they viewed James Gunn as the perfect amount out of looney to reproduce Suicide Squad.

James Gunn did what he does best: add a hint of insanity, gore, and humor to make a deadly cocktail of a movie similar to his films with Troma. Indeed, and The Suicide Squad has plenty of gory action to keep you entertained, and humor to ease those who are squeamish.

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Alexander Razin

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