Wayyyyy toooo much sexual stuff for an annimation disallowing kids to watch it! I won't spoil what it is, but it's far more interesting than say wealth or a weapon. So ever since Suicide Squad 2016 I've been a fan of the suicide squad in general. That humor helps make the film's larger dramatic points more palpable. The voice acting is weak and by the numbers. Writer : Alan Burnett, John Ostrander character created by: Amanda Waller , John Byrne character created by: Amanda Waller , Denny O'Neil character created by: Bronze Tiger , Bob Haney character created by: Copperhead , Gerry Conway character created by: Count Vertigo , Trevor Von Eeden character created by: Count Vertigo , Lew Schwartz character created by: Deadshot , Paul Dini character created by: Harley Quinn , Bruce Timm character created by: Harley Quinn , Gerry Conway character created by: Killer Frost , Al Milgrom character created by: Killer Frost , Grant Morrison character created by: Professor Pyg , Frank Quitely character created by: Professor Pyg , Andy Kubert character created by: Professor Pyg , Steve Ditko characters created by: Punch and Jewelee , John Byrne character created by: Silver Banshee , Tony Isabella character created by: Tobias Whale , Trevor Von Eeden character created by: Tobias Whale Actors :.
The saying goes that everyone wants to go to heaven but no one wants to die and that holds true even for comic book characters. The movie's handling of all that proves to be one of its highlights. There were a great number of voices including character voice Tara Strong as Harley Quinn who always has the best lines. So I just finished Suicide: Hell to Pay. This is the first Suicide Squad movie that manages to to tell a consistently enjoyable story.
Gone are the cute quips, except for Harley who surprisingly is really only a background comic relief character. Like the other two movies did. This time around we are given an R rated version of the squad that has an all around darker tone. Don't get me wrong, the film still does a good job of humanizing Deadshot with this, but there are other ways. R rated for gruesome bloody violence with a plot that might have been written by an 8-year-old combining a lot of things from the comic lore.
This wouldn't be a bad thing if it had been built on something more substantial. The story, animation, voice actors were all great. This is bad bad bad x10 bad and even more bad. It encompasses everything a Suicide Squad movie should be. Also the change of origin for Killer Frost was questionable being abused as a kid seriously? What really irked me was the Flashpoint Paradox tie-in. Das Suicide Squad, bestehend unter anderem aus Deadshot Stimme im Original: Christian Slater , Harley Quinn Tara Strong und Captain Boomerang Liam McIntyre , wird von Amanda Waller Vanessa Williams zusammengetrommelt, um ein ebenso mächtiges wie mysteriöses Objekt zu stehlen.
This movie feels like it was written by a 13yr old who probably felt cool because he got to swear and put in adult material. Maybe it needed more time, perhaps the story needed fleshing out more? Instead I stayed awake way past my bedtime because the story was so interesting. The rest of the characters, good ok, mostly bad and bad all bad , all hold varying degrees of belief depending on their individual circumstances. Regardless it didn't grip me like Assault on Arkham did. Blood, gore, death, headshots, exploding heads, razor cuts, male strippers, lesbians making out, you would think a movie that has all this would be set for the more mature comics fan. Doch auch andere Schurken haben ein Auge auf das Artefakt geworfen und so beginnt ein Wettlauf gegen die Zeit.
I'm one of those weird people who really enjoyed Suicide Squad 2016 I also thought Assault On Arkham 2014 was great. That is another benefit to these animated movies, they are not really marketed in no shape or form like the live action. Deadshot is the grizzled, Eastwood-esque pragmatist, while Bronze Tiger, although a man with a violent past, is ultimately a good guy who believes in a higher order and divine justice. The best way I can describe this movie without major spoilers is if you enjoy the blood and killing of a Quentin Tarantino film, then you'll likely enjoy this film. These two were enjoyable to watch butting heads especially with Boomerang constantly making things worse. This however does as some of the scenes where just brutal for animated standards. The voice acting was pretty spot on.
This movie definitely delivers in those departments. The voice cast help deliver these much-needed laughs to lighten what is ultimately a rather heavy story about sin and salvation. The film has zero plot or character introduction. Flashpoint Paradox was dark and gritty and felt like it was more realistic good doesn't always triumph whereas this movie had none of that appeal. Although I am still baffled about how on earth did Zoom survive his head shot from Flashpoint Paradox and why did he not try an revenge Flash but instead gain a beef with Task Force X.
Life is both very precious and also very, very cheap in this R-rated adventure that sees Task Force X sent by Amanda Waller on a secret mission to obtain a supernatural McGuffin, whose nature is too spoilerish to reveal but suffice to say it offers something every character wants. The movie is full of dull situations that make no sense. Hell I thought deadshotg was a one bullet type of guy but in this he seems to own a machine gun lol! Far from the quality of its movie!! And this is well in excess of normal Suicide Squad head explosions. I highly recommend this movie. To be honest though I wish they never killed him off because he could have been good for more future New52 movies and we could have seen Christopher Gorham the voice of Flash have chemistry with C Thomas Howell the voice of Zoom. Kristin Bauer van Straten is also notable in a less comedic role as the always chilly Killer Frost.
The movie could almost work as a stand-alone film if needed as it has no problem killing off characters you'd suspect might be too notable to dispatch. So after those two great movies this one really upset me and I am heavily disappointed. Hell To Pay doesn't meet its potential and I'm not 100% on why that is. Utter waste of bloody time. Nobody who suffers through this will ever have to go to hell.
These deaths certainly lend weight to the overall story as the prospect of a permanent demise - and what, if anything, may await them on the other side - looms large over the entire story. Yeah, I'm harsh but thats how I see this, so I'm really hoping Batman Ninja will be amazing and will make forgot this. It amazes me that a cartoon did a better job at Suicide Squad than the movie. But that's a small nitpick in an otherwise great animated film. In fact I like the Suicide Squad concept in general so upon hearing about Hell to Pay I was quite excited. I'm especially happy that they made this for an older audience.