The Avengers tried to float the idea of a team that’s as unstable as it is powerful (“We’re not a team, we’re a time bomb!“) but Suicide Squad has the potential to actually explore that concept, rather than just skimming the surface. At the end of the day, the Suicide Squad isn’t a group that holds together because of mutual respect or goals – they only work together because someone has a gun pressed tight to their respective heads (or explosives planted within them). With no love to speak of, this team of reluctant participants holds potential for some great tough-talk bickering and banter. This won’t be a film devoid of humor (albeit dark humor).
Even though we only have rumors about who will be on the team roster, the combination really doesn’t matter: Seeing how the various extreme personalities on the Suicide Squad contribute to making things either go very right, or very, very, wrong – under the pressure of certain death, to boot – is almost as exciting as the mission itself."
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