Going to the movie theatre, smelling the delicious popcorn, and relaxing for a magnificent movie sounds great. If you do decide to go, critics most highly suggest going to see a movie written and directed by David Ayer and based on a team from DC Comics, Suicide Squad. The movie has captured the attention of many viewers, young and old. Being at the top of the box office with $384 million total profit from showings in theatres, the movie is the best-selling currently.
Many believe that the suspense of the movie brings their full attention in for a ride. I think that the movie has terrible special effects but deserves the credit it has gotten, because of all of the great things in it. Some of those great things include the magnificent actors that are featured in Suicide Squad featuring a list of various individuals such as Jared Leto as the Joker and Will Smith as Deadshot. Some have even portrayed characters that are featured in Suicide Squad into their daily lives and appearances by doing things like dying their hair green like the Joker.
Vocal or instrumental sounds combined in a way to produce beauty of form, harmony and expression of emotion, is what people define as music. Music really encourages people to capture their heart and soul into the movie. The Suicide Squad soundtrack is favorited all around America and has become one of my personal preferences.
Harley Quinn and the Joker have reeled in an audience to watch not only themselves but also a gang of crooks being forced to help the government fight crime. Joe Morgenstern from Wall Street Journal says, “Like Avengers Assemble forced through a Deadpool mangle, Suicide Squad gives new life to DC’s big-screen universe. So bad-to-the-bone it’s good.”
No wonder media is raging about the movie that brought a humongous audience. Who would have ever thought that such a movie would drive in millions of individuals to the theatre? Surprisingly, DC Entertainment, Inc., released a thriller, action, and comedy film all in one movie. In conclusion, two hours and ten minutes worth of madness, horror, and craziness was combined in the movie that DC Entertainment titles Suicide Squad.