Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (2018)

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Task Force X targets a powerful mystical object that they will risk their lives to steal.

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  • Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (2018)
  • Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (2018)
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Alan Burnett, John Ostrander (character created by: Amanda Waller), John Byrne (character created by: Amanda Waller), Denny O'Neil (character created by: Bronze Tiger), Bob Haney (character created by: Copperhead), Gerry Conway (character created by: Count Vertigo), Trevor Von Eeden (character created by: Count Vertigo), Lew Schwartz (character created by: Deadshot), Paul Dini (character created by: Harley Quinn), Bruce Timm (character created by: Harley Quinn), Gerry Conway (character created by: Killer Frost), Al Milgrom (character created by: Killer Frost), Grant Morrison (character created by: Professor Pyg), Frank Quitely (character created by: Professor Pyg), Andy Kubert (character created by: Professor Pyg), Steve Ditko (characters created by: Punch and Jewelee), John Byrne (character created by: Silver Banshee), Tony Isabella (character created by: Tobias Whale), Trevor Von Eeden (character created by: Tobias Whale)

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23 April 2018 | NDbportmanfan
| Much Darker And Grittier Than The Previous Animated Movie
In 2014 we were given a PG-13 animated movie called Assault on Arkham. It was a fun movie with twists and plenty of comedic moments and of course the Harley and Deadshot relationship. Spin forward straight past 2016 to 2018 and we are given another excellent yet different Suicide Squad movie.

This time around we are given an R rated version of the squad that has an all around darker tone. Gone are the cute quips, except for Harley who surprisingly is really only a background comic relief character. This group is mainly headlined by Deadshot, the crook with a heart, and Bronze Tiger, the good man turned vigilante. These two were enjoyable to watch butting heads especially with Boomerang constantly making things worse. The whole group dynamic was great seeing that more than four characters had a good amount of screen time.

Hell to Pay was darker than I was expecting it to be. I know it was rated R but so was Justice League Dark and there wasn't too much there to warrant that rating. This however does as some of the scenes where just brutal for animated standards. Not only the action but Deadshot's character arc is dark.

A Suicide Squad movie tends to be interesting when the team's members start flipping their alliances and are put in tight situations where the bad guys have to check their moral compasses. This movie definitely delivers in those departments. That is another benefit to these animated movies, they are not really marketed in no shape or form like the live action. As in viewers will actually be surprised at the twists when they unfold. This movie actually has twists and character inclusions that I wasn't expecting and was overjoyed to see. Hell to Pay is a great addition to the DC lineup and should be seen by DC fans or people who enjoy a good heist movie.

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