PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
A secret government agency recruits some of the most dangerous incarcerated super-villains to form a defensive task force. Their first mission: save the world from the apocalypse.
Jay Hernandez said about his character El Diablo, "He's a fighter, but he's not giving up that side of his life, because of an attempt that took place. He backed away from criminality. He backed away from aggression. He's backed away from being who he is. It's ... ...
When a car arrives at a building, Waller's bodyguards are egregiously deficient. As she exits her vehicle a guard armed with an automatic rifle allows her to cross in front of him, blocking his view and putting his primary in a potential crossfire. Moments later she approaches a door flanked by two similarly armed guards, both of whom turn their back on the threat zone to open the door for Waller--who is perfectly capable of opening a door for herself. These are both major breaches of bodyguard protocol.
The IMAX release of the film features a Suicide Squad-themed IMAX intro.
English, Japanese, Spanish
AUD 13,898,391 (Australia) (7 August 2016)
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