Suicide Squad Extended Cut

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5.92 h 14 min2016X-RayPG-13
Suicide Squad: Extended Cut is the must-own version with more action and more Squad! Watch the movie with extra footage not seen in theaters.
Directors
David Ayer
Starring
Will SmithJared LetoMargot Robbie
Genres
ActionFantasyAdventure
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English [CC]
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EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]
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Supporting actors
Joel KinnamanViola DavisJai CourtneyJay HernandezCara DelevingneAdewale Akinnuoye-AgbajeIke BarinholtzScott Eastwood
Producers
Charles RovenRichard Suckle
Studio
WARNER BROS.
Rating
PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
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Alcohol usefoul languagesexual contentviolence
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4.3 out of 5 stars

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excusethebloodReviewed in the United States on October 13, 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
Have low expectations
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Although fun(ish) to watch at times, and visually dazzling at others, this is one of the most poorly written and thought out movies I've ever seen. It tries hard to be edgy when the final result is just cringe, the character introductions play out like a toddler trying to tell a story, and their solution to the problem in the movie, as well as the reason they need the solution in the first place, is not convincing at all.

Margot Robbie does a good job playing Harley, and the visual design of Enchantress was excellent.

This extended edition adds some content to the Joker scenes. It doesn't add anything essential or anything that adds to the story, but if you're going to watch the movie you might as well do it right and get all the Joker scenes.
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joel wingReviewed in the United States on December 15, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
It's twisted funny and bloody!
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Suicide Squad was hands down the best of the current run of DC films. Then this sequel came up and there were some big questions hanging over it. First, almost the entire cast changed with only Margo Robbie as Harley Quinn, Joel Kinnaman as Rick Flag and Viola Davis as Amanda Waller returning. James Gunn also took over directorial duties and wrote the screenplay. Could it stand up to the original? I thought it did even though it had a different sensibility to it.

The beginning is great because it’s a spoof of the original movie. You get a mostly new cast of characters being put together by Davis. There’s a big American flag in the background. You think they’re going to kick butt but they are a bunch of total screw ups. It’s hilarious and an example of Gunn’s sense of humor.

Out of the new characters John Cena as Peacemaker has to walk away with the best of the best. He’s an American patriot and a complete idiot. Gunn did some great writing on his dialogue making it completely ridiculous.

This is what I meant by a different sensibility. There’s a lot more comedy and it really works. It makes for a real worthwhile viewing experience. It’s twisted. It’s funny. It’s bloody!

P.S. – There’s a special ending after the credits.
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Matthew R ThompsonReviewed in the United States on October 13, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Better than theatrical, but it likely won't change your mind
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I liked Suicide Squad in theaters. I never understood the hate that the movie got to begin with - but I absolutely love the extended scenes. They added a lot more to the movie that I felt it was lacking. Especially because I love the development of Joker and Harley. It's a well debated thing between myself and my friends whether or not Leto played a "good" Joker, but I absolutely love this take on Joker. It's unique, it's definitely Leto, and it's not trying to redo and replay any of the others. I appreciate it for that - and I honestly wanted more of them.

Honestly, the movie needed to be longer. Or have more parts. I thought all of the characters were really interesting and probably deserved more time than they were given. It likely would've fleshed out a lot. All in all, though, I just really like this movie and think it gets more digs on it then it should.
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HarleyReviewed in the United States on December 29, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Despite the poor reviews I immensely liked Suicide Squad
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Despite the poor reviews I immensely liked Suicide Squad. I also enjoyed the deleted scenes because I felt they helped build on the characters and it helped take away the more "romantic" spin on Joker and Harley's relationship that the theatrical version gave. I thought everyone did a great job and it's an enjoyable film. To me it seemed to be filmed as if it was a motion comic book so I really enjoyed that.
21 people found this helpful
HolyJIEbusReviewed in the United States on November 16, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
Better than the Theatrical Version but won't Change Your Mind about the Movie if You didn't Like it in the First Place
Movie Review (8.5/10) “Great!”
Suicide Squad Extended Cut
Director: David Ayer
If you didn’t like the theatrical edition of this movie, then this version won’t persuade you that this is a good movie. But if you were a fan of the theatrical edition and you watch this version, the you won’t be able to go back to the theatrical edition because this edition fleshes out the characters a bit more and explains a few more things.
Things that were added or changed:
-extended intros (David Ayer has a cameo!)
-extended torture scene of Joker torturing Dr. Harleen Quinzel.
-new chase scene with Quinzel and the Joker.
-more dialogue and interaction between the Squad members: my favorite scene was probably the one between Harley Quinn and Katana.
-the movie extends the scenes of how the weird looking putty creatures that served Enchantress came to be and explains what they are more in detail (I don’t know why this was left on the cutting floor).
-extended action scenes as the fight on the street, fight in the building, and the last fight scenes get more material. This actually helped the underwater Killer Croc scene since and you could see more clearer what was going on during that time.
If you loved the theatrical edition then I recommend you get this version of the movie as it will only add to your enjoyment of this movie, and you get more character development from the Squad members. However, if you thought the extra 15 minutes of footage could somehow save the movie you did not like, I would say that you should pass on it because the story is pretty much still the same, and this version of the movie doesn’t fix all of the problems of the theatrical version of the film.
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RobertoReviewed in the United States on January 25, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
Love that Joker?
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Ah! My previous attempt to review this product was rejected because I used a bad word. Oops!

Well, to make a long story short, this movie is mediocre. If you are already a DC comics fan and are on board with the concept of big budget DC movies, then you are likely already a fan of this movie. In other words, there is no reason to describe something you probably already enjoy. Ironically this movie makes no attempt to woo new fans into the franchise. The only reason I bought this movie was to see the Joker. I could care less about the rest of the clowns on screen as most I've never heard of. Indeed Leto plays the role over-the-top, but the Joker is larger than life. In our modern, darker arena of story telling we get to see the Joker not as the Anarchist or the Clown Prince but as the Gangsta. Its definitely insane, but he is the crime boss joker who is far more sinister/scarier than Nicholson's Joker. Does he compare to Ledger? No way. Ledger was the best.
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DustonReviewed in the United States on October 22, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
I love this movie.
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I don't know why people didn't like this move. I love it. I love the Joker (why did they switch him up??) and I love the story. My opinion. I have seen it TONS of times. I used to have it saved on my Dtv. But no longer have it so I had to purchase it so I could watch it more. BUT, I have seen it so many times that the EXTENDED parts were quite obvious. And, personally I like the UN EXTENDED cut better. LOL. When I get to those parts, I'm thinking okay this story line has run its course.... move on....
sweetdReviewed in the United States on December 2, 2021
1.0 out of 5 stars
Very Disappointing
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Love action movies like these but hated this one. Boring movie line and way too cheesy. I mean WAY too cheesy. Hated that I wasted my money
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