Zack Snyder Reviews Suicide Squad

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Critically acclaimed film maker and auteur Zack Snyder reviews the new film set in the DC Cinematic Universe “SUICIDE SQUAD”.
Suicide Squad is a 2016 American superhero film based on the DC Comics antihero team of the same name and is the third installment in the DC Extended Universe. The film is written and directed by David Ayer and stars an ensemble cast featuring Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Jay Hernandez, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Ike Barinholtz, Scott Eastwood and Cara Delevingne. In Suicide Squad, a secret government agency led by Amanda Waller recruits imprisoned supervillains to execute dangerous black ops missions and save the world from a powerful threat in exchange for clemency.
In the aftermath of Superman’s death, intelligence operative Amanda Waller assembles a team of dangerous criminals — the deranged Harley Quinn; elite hit man Deadshot; pyrokinetic ex-gangster El Diablo; opportunistic thief Captain Boomerang; monstrous cannibal Killer Croc; and specialized mercenary Slipknot — at the Belle Reve penitentiary and places them under command of Colonel Rick Flag, to be used as disposable assets in high-risk missions for the United States government. Each member has a small bomb implanted in their head, designed to detonate should any member rebel against Flag.
One of Waller’s recruits is Flag’s girlfriend, Dr. June Moone, an archaeologist who is possessed by a spirit witch known as “Enchantress” after touching a cursed idol, and who quickly spirals out of control, besieging Midway City with a horde of monsters and nesting on a subway station, where she forces a commuter to become the host for her brother, Incubus. Waller then deploys the squad to extract a high-profile mark from Midway, and Flag alerts them that Enchantress’ heart must be cut out of her to regain control of her.
Ahead of their departure, they are joined by Katana, a warrior who wields a mystic sword and acts as Flag’s bodyguard. Harley’s lover, the Joker, finds out about her predicament and tortures one of Waller’s men into leading him to the facility where the nano bombs are made. The Joker has had the wife of one of the scientists involved in the program kidnapped to blackmail him into disabling Harley’s bomb.
Sensing the squad’s approach, Enchantress destroys their helicopter, forcing them to proceed on foot to their target. On the way, Boomerang convinces Slipknot that the bombs are a ruse meant to keep them under control. Slipknot attempts to escape and is killed, while the team is attacked by Enchantress’ minions. The team manages to escape to their final destination at an underground bunker, where they learn that their mark is Waller herself, who is attempting to cover up her involvement.
The squad escorts Waller to the rooftop for extraction, but the arriving helicopter has been hijacked by Joker and his men, who open fire on the squad and disable Harley’s bomb, allowing her to climb aboard. However, the helicopter is shot down by Waller’s men, and Harley jumps out while Joker seemingly perishes in the explosion, after which Harley rejoins the squad. Alerted to Waller’s whereabouts, Enchantress’ minions arrive and kidnap her.
With Waller compromised, the squad decides to abandon the mission, while Flag chooses to continue. Realizing they have an opportunity to prove themselves, they soon join him and locate Enchantress and Waller at the partially flooded subway station. Killer Croc goes underwater to plant a bomb underneath Incubus while the others fight the Enchantress and her forces. El Diablo embraces his abilities and manages to hold Incubus down as the bomb goes off underneath, killing them both.
Enchantress offers to fulfill the squad members’ deepest desires in exchange for their allegiance, and Harley feigns interest in order to get close enough to cut out Enchantress’ heart. Just after, Flag throws a bunch of explosives into the portal as Deadshot shoots it, closing the portal. Flag takes Enchantress’ heart and crushes it, killing Enchantress and freeing June. The squad members are then returned to Belle Reve, but with 10 years alleviated from their sentences and special privileges. Shortly afterwards, the Joker, who survived the explosion, arrives with his men to rescue Harley.
In a mid-credits scene, Waller meets with Bruce Wayne, who agrees to protect her from the backlash of Enchantress’ rampage in exchange for access to the government’s files on the expanding meta-human community. Waller alludes to Wayne’s secret identity as Batman, while he assures her that the Suicide Squad is unnecessary and that his new friends will handle things from then on.

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