Suicide Squad

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  1. J. McBain

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    E Rod, takes on Academy Award Winning film, Suicide Squid! I mean Suicide Squad! Get really, to feel the pain!
     
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    Squishy Squash!
     
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    He is right, the relationship between Harley and The Joker is very problematic in the film.
     
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    Hype for the movie depended a little too heavily on Joker. I didn't really think that he was in the movie too excessively. I mean, it was clear the movie was hacked up, and too abruptly, but he was mostly confined to Harley's plot for the most part. He wasn't really getting in the way of the ensemble plot, and that's actually why he's overhyped in the trailer.

    Erod's top 10 DCAOM movies, he says they should have just did Assault on Arkham. Joker has more of an impact on that plot than in Suicide Squad, even though it is almost half way into the movie that he shows up.
     
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    Yeah, for someone who was focused in the trailers and posters, Insane Clown Joker was barely in the film.
     

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