Thursday, January 21, 2016

Suicide Squad Trailer #1 Review

Let's face it people, regardless of whether or not the movie sucks, this trailer is a ton of fun! And the use of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" is absolute perfection! You can never go wrong with Queen music, and the editing is top notch. You might remember a few years ago, I created a movie tribute (watch it below), and I created a few others that were never published, so editing clips to music something I always like seeing. Anyway, the trailer is excellent! And it actually gets me excited for the movie itself. The creators seem to be having fun with it, instead of being all dark and brooding. Plus, villains are always the best. A movie about villains is what I have wanted for a long time, and the Suicide Squad is the perfect vehicle for that concept. Even though using rockin' 70s and 80s tunes is taking a page out of Guardians of the Galaxy's playbook, it would be great if Suicide Squad used some great classic tunes during the film. However, that probably will not be the case. Honestly, though, Suicide Squad has the potential to be DC's best film since The Dark Knight. Granted, that's not saying much. What do you think of the trailer? Do you plan to see this film? Please comment below and let me know! And below is my movie tribute if anyone is interested.

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  1. I think I'm part of the 1% that didn't like the song playing over the trailer. It's still probably one of the top comic book movies I want to see, the premise intrigues me (and the Joker of course). But the song made the movie feel goofy and less serious than the original trailer displayed which is what initially drew me in! This seemed like a story that needed that darker tone. We'll see what happens I guess!

  2. What is your opinion on the way they're handling Harley Quinn? I'm not a huge DC fan, but I do know a little bit about her and I prefer her classic origin over the new 52 one they're going with.

    I've been catching wind of a lot of backlash against multiple ways DC is writing her, and I think it's important enough to acknowledge the flaws, but I don't think it's enough to make me not want to see the movie.


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