#97 | The “Suicide Squad” Spoilerific Review Show (feat. @akaAlibabwa)

Brandon, Ken, John and our friend & special guest Ali saw “Suicide Squad” over the weekend. How was it to finally see Amanda Waller (played by Viola Davis) and Harley Quinn (played by Margot Robbie) on the big screen? What was Jared Leto’s Joker like? Where was the Will Smith pop-rap song? Was the film as bad as the Rotten Tomatoes reviews say? We each give our thoughts and ratings on the film, in both spoiler-free and spoiler-filled segments in this episode.

In addition, we also discuss “Suicide Squad’s” box-office performance, the drubbing the film got on Rotten Tomatoes, where Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are going – and where they should go – with the upcoming “Wonder Woman” and “Justice League” films, as well as side-trips into discussions of belly-dancing, fine drinks, and Killer Croc’s favorite cable channel.


• 00:00:00 Intro/Spoiler-Free “Suicide Squad” Reviews

• 00:24:02 “Suicide Squad” Spoiler Reviews

• 01:01:58 Box-Office Report

• 01:08:21 Attack of the Rotten Tomatoes

• 01:19:05 A Warner Bros. Intervention: Where Does the DCEU Go From Here?



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