Suicide Squad Early Critic Testimonials and Reactions – Collider Motion picture Chat




On this episode of Collider Motion picture Chat (August 2nd, 2016) Mark Ellis, Jon Schnepp, Kristian Harloff and Ashley Mova discuss the following:

-James Gunn says there will be no Infinity Stones in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2

-Splash remake relocating ahead with Channing Tatum and Jillian Bell

-New poster produced for Transformers: The Last Knight

-Sicario 2 writer presents update on film

-New Television spot for produced for Skip Peregrine’s House for Peculiar Young children

-Very first photos and motion poster produced for Lousy Santa 2

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The conclude credits for 2012’s The Avengers to start with released Thanos to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and with it, discovered his quest to obtain all the Infinity Stones that will presumably occur to a head with 2018’s Avengers: Infinity War. Looking at as the original Guardians of the Galaxy released a single infinity stone now in the arms of the Nova Corps, numerous supporters now question regardless of whether or not there will be another stone in Vol 2. Having to his Facebook page, director James Gunn stated, in no unsure conditions, that the Infinity Stones will not engage in a job in the upcoming sequel. .

It was back in June when we to start with heard Disney was building a remake to Ron Howard’s mermaid tale Splash. Now, thanks to a report from THR, it is been announced that Channing Tatum and Jillian Bell are hooked up to star in the remake, which has Howard himself set to produce together with Brian Grazer via their Envision Entertainment banner. But that is not all. This comedic pairing comes with a twist of its personal. In this new version of Splash, Tatum will engage in the merman and Bell will engage in the human.

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Transformers: The Last Knight carries on an early marketing and advertising force, releasing the to start with poster banner online. Michael Bay returns to the director’s chair to direct the robots in disguise for the fifth time, with Mark Wahlberg’s inventor Cade Yaeger also returning. Tale details for The Last Knight are underneath wraps at the moment.

One of the most not likely movies to spawn a sequel in current memory is Denis Villeneuve’s 2015 thriller Sicario. It was a single of the most effective movies of 2015, with incredible performances by Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, and Benicio Del Toro but including a franchise tag to the film seemed a little bit of an odd healthy. Which is accurately what Lionsgate was preparing, who announced they were building a follow-up with original writer Taylor Sheridan entitled Soldado.

A new trailer has been produced for Tim Burton’s Skip Peregrine’s House for Peculiar Young children. The film is centered on the novel of the same name by Ransom Riggs with a tale following a boy named Jake played by Asa Butterfield, who discovers a mysterious orphanage populated by little ones who have odd powers and talents.

A new set of photos and an official motion poster has been produced for the upcoming launch of Lousy Santa 2, which sees the return of Billy Bob Thornton’s a lot less than jolly St Nick. He is joined by returning solid users Tony Cox and Brett Kelly. Thornton performs Willie Soke who groups up once again with his indignant little sidekick Marcus played by Cox, to knock off a Chicago charity on Christmas Eve. Alongside for the ride is Thurman Merman, played by Kelly.

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41 thoughts on “Suicide Squad Early Critic Testimonials and Reactions – Collider Motion picture Chat

  1. Amanda Waller is awesome in the DC TV universe. They killed her off for this stupid movie version of suicide squad.

  2. I rather know thanos or an infinity stone is in gotg 2 before I see it instead of being disappointed after the movie is over and neither was shown. but if marvel is planning an infinity stone in doctor strange and thor ragnarok to set up infinity war then im fine with that instead of waiting for a stone in black panther.

  3. I don't think the critics was looking at the same movie its was great 9 out of 10 every body played their part till the end the movie was paste well and fun just like all the trailers that you all liked or loved so go see it its a 9 out of 10 easy

  4. Loved the beginning, was confused at the end. Like getting a hard on and then forgetting where to stick it.

  5. I'm pretty high right now  , so take my perspective with a grain of salt  , but I think I know why we as the fans place such Importance on these reviews think of the feeling you had when you were young , and you viewed your dad ( or someone who made a difference in your life ( ….. if you were one of the few fortunate ones in this life to have any )  as your HERO , now think if everyone in the world saw your hero as you did at that time , you'd feel vindicated for feeling the way you did about it all those years ago that feeling , it b bee like a actul natural high dc fans haven't gotten it … so fighting insuesor we all just petty who knows :shrug:

  6. I would like to know WHO is telling Snider how Flagg + Joker acts like this. 1 is a reject from a "Straight to Netflix SEAL movie" and the other is a "PC version of a street thug" and not the clown prince of crime. I give it a C+.

  7. Those monsters in the transformers poster could be terrorcons or predacons, sigh oh! to have a good transformers movie!!

  8. Too bad the DCEMU was created by Zack and wasn't created by someone named Martha otherwise Batman might have saved it.

  9. Splash is so fantastic! ^w^ A merman version sounds goofy and probably unnecessary…but I suppose it could be amusing. Without being a patch on the first.
    If we just have to keep all this silliness up. -.-

  10. Mark's wearing a Star-Wars-inspired Spaceballs shirt…and he's let his scruff grow, making him look even MORE like Mr. Tell-That-To-Kanji-Club. Trying to tell us something, Mr. Ellis…?

  11. I think most people misunderstand why critics do what they do. They're job is not to watch movies and give a popular score or review. They simply give their opinion. That opinion should not sway whether or not you see a movie. Nor does that opinion matter in the end. If Rotten Tomatoes gives a movie a low score, that doesn't make it a bad or terrible movie and if it receives a high score, that doesn't mean it's great, either. Critics reviews don't make or brake a movie, franchise, or genre. We do. The people spending their money is what matters. Ask Michael Bay. Critics talk, but money walks.

  12. On the subject of actors/actresses goin' between films and tv, whether they could/should do it…best example that it's possible: Benedict Cumberbatch. He can do anything. You see his name on somethin', you wanna watch it.

  13. Here is a list of three things haters don't understand about this movie.

    1. The joker is a self-indulgent, bestial, ball of instincts that thrives on obedience and worship (similar to a LaVeyan Satanist, only very eccentric). His OBSESSION OF, not love for, Harley is due to the way Harley understands what he is and acts accordingly (i.e. satisfies his urges for worship and obedience, not sex, he can get that from anywhere).

    2. There is an underling commentary on the 'street code' (i.e. Respect a motherfucker, or get lit) in this movie. So, if you didn't find the humor that was based on this commentary funny…you might be a middle-class suburbanite.

    3. This Movie is about war. War within ourselves, war between ourselves and who want to be or ought to be. War between our Fronts and what is inside. A war of wills. A war between personal gain the good of the tribe or family.

  14. I went to an industry screening. It is awful. Another case of DC and WB wanting to make the most ticket sales they can by picking characters with built in audiences, actors with built in audiences, deciding on toy sales – and then finally treating the script as an afterthought.

    The whole film is a bunch of crappy rushed introductions and back stories, followed by a lame ass story that barely makes any sense at times. Some of the dialogue is truly terrible, to the point where you actually wonder why they bothered making the film, because the trailers were better – literally.

    This was the last opportunity DC had with me. I'm not spending my hard earned money on their films any more.

    @Costellowriter2014

  15. A couple of things:

    1- Don't say if it's bad or good if you haven't seen it

    2- Don't be a blind fanboy. Accept that MAYBE something can be bad, even if it's hard to admit

    3- Learn to understand Rotten Tomatoes. A 30% doesn't necessarily mean a movie is a fucking 3/10

    4- Form your own opinion. Let's not forget that some shitty movies have positive scores and vice versa

    5- Critics can be trusted, just don't worship them

    6- Remember that a lot of critics are FANS just like you and me, and not liking the movie hurts them just as much as it does you or me

    7- Yes, some are bias, but not all or even most

    8,9,10- Don't compare scores. They're not meant to be compared. They are solely for the product being reviewed. The dark knight, toy story 3, and goodfellas are all 10s for DIFFERENT reasons

  16. In one review the guy was just trashing Suicide Squad because he thought the villains and their names were corny, so clearly his issues lie with the source material, not the movie itself.

  17. DCU movie fanboys are such pathetic creatures. You can white knight all you want, sign a petition all you want, upvote the circlejerk positive comments about DCU all you want, bury the MCU fanboys' comments all you want, but it won't change the terrible quality of the DCU movies.

    Also, it seems like a lot of people don't know how RT works. It's a review aggregator like metacritic. It collects reviews, so by that definition RT doesn't have any bias towards movies. Warner Bros. owns RT, too. Fanboys need to do their research before taking down a website.

  18. ok critics make wb, dc, universal and all other studios shutdown permanently, let only disney make movies so you can review every movie high……… fuck the critics

  19. uh oh the first sip of transformers koolaid just got drank at the 14:55 mark…kristian don't do it!!! come back to the light!!!

  20. Rotten Tomatoes does NOT review movies, it collects reviews from critics and combines them into a general score percentage. Warner Bros own a minority stake in Rotten Tomatoes so DC fanboys stop saying Marvel and Disney are paying Rotten Tomatoes to negatively review movies. Critics are paid by whomever to review movies and they are reviewing from a professional viewpoint, not a moviegoing experience viewpoint. Why do think so many action films are negatively reviewed but period and dramas are usually universally acclaimed? I haven't seen Suicide Squad but I knew there was trouble with the production when the studio decided to make last minute reshoots and change the MPAA rating. As a huge DC fan myself, the DCEU has been a mess since the start: rushed narratives with massive plot holes and inconsistencies, underdeveloped characters, terrible pacing and dragged out scenes.

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