What do critics think of 'The Suicide Squad'?

What do critics think of 'The Suicide Squad'?

Reviews for The Suicide Squad are in, and they are much, much more positive than those for Suicide Squad (2016), which were brutal, to say the least. Critics praised The Suicide Squad for director James Gunn’s re-invention of the “Suicide Squad” concept, as well as its gory action and colorful characters. According to the reviews, these positive elements largely overshadow more awkward storytelling beats and keep the film fresh.The Suicide Squad is a kind-of-reboot, kind-of-sequel. It keeps some characters from the original film, like Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) and Amanda Waller (Viola Davis), but also introduces new villains like Idris Elba’s Bloodsport and John Cena’s Peacemaker, who go on a mission to the country of Corto Maltese in order to destroy a sinister laboratory.Here’s what critics have to say about The Suicide Squad.A massive improvementMashable, Alison ForemanInstead of a mixed-and-matched mess of half-bakes ideas, The Suicide Squad presents a unified

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