It all kicks off with an action sequence – the Squad (somewhat) assembled already on a bashed-up bus, Idris Elba’s Bloodsport trading insults with John Cena’s Peacemaker, and the gang clearly under the instructions once again of Viola Davis’ Amanda Waller. Their first mission? To break Harley Quinn out of… well, some kind of fortress where she’s being held.
Free as a bird (of prey)
She’s already made it out on her own while the gang are trying to reach her. She’s touched by the gesture though: “You were gonna save me?” she asks.
Robbie really is a delight in this role, isn’t she? “Well, I can go back inside and you can still do it!” she offers. Not that Harley appears to be holding some kind of large ornate spear – our guess is it may be one of the javelins wielded by Flula Borg’s appropriately-named Squad member Javelin? Either way, pity anyone coming up against the pointy end.
This is a James Gunn movie, so cue the soulful soundtrack – once again pilfered from the ‘70s. This time it’s the strains of Steely Dan’s ‘Dirty Work’ – an apt phrase to describe the sort of violent black-ops shenanigans the Suicide Squad gets roped into. Even if there’s no Awesome Mix for this one, the soundtrack here could still end up being an awesome mix.
Well, King Shark has clearly worked out what he’s doing with those hands – he’s just torn a guy cleanly in two with them. We say cleanly. What we mean is bloodily and goo-ily. Yuck. ดูหนังฟรี