Friday, May 26, 2017

Deadshot Vs. Spider-Man




While Suicide Squad was a misfire of a film, I can't fault the actors.  Will Smith, Margot Robbie and the rest of the cast gave decent performances, but the script just wasn't there yet.  The use of pop music was very sloppy and haphazard as compared to Guardians of the Galaxy, which the film was clearly trying to emulate.  Still, I do believe that all the elements are there for a good SS film in the future, provided more care is taken with the story.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

jesse quick vs cheetah needs to happpen on flash tv speed and claws vs flash family member

Dale Bagwell said...

Damn...now this, this I wanna' see!

John Small said...

The only way you're going to get a decent SS movie in the future is to take Zack Snyder out of the equation. He is responsible for more destruction in the DC Universe than all the super-villains combined, as far as I'm concerned.

Cary Comic said...

If I Were Deadshot, I'd rather disappoint "Jolly" Jonah than the Wall.

Cary Comic said...

P.S.---I preferred the SS movie to GOTG V.2. I was highly disappointed the final draft of the latter film excluded "Fox On The Run" from the soundtrack.

Anonymous said...

Loved this cover, but was hoping to see another Bondsmen cover in memory of Sir Roger Moore, or maybe something with the Saint.

Ross said...

Connery is the official Bond of Eart-STF.

Anonymous said...

I can see the logic in that. He was my favorite as well. Something with the Saint maybe?

Mateus Honrado said...

Well, you must be happy that he's stepped down from Justice League during postproduction in order to take time to recover from the death of his daughter Autumn and that Joss Whedon is taking over the film's re-shoots.

Anonymous said...

How about Godzilla vs. Clifford the Big Red Dog?

Simreeve said...

Mateus Honrado said...
"Well, you must be happy that he's stepped down from Justice League during postproduction in order to take time to recover from the death of his daughter Autumn"

Nobody< should be happy about the death of [presumably] an innocent!

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Anonymous said...
"How about Godzilla vs. Clifford the Big Red Dog?"

Have you seen the video 'Godzilla vs. Bambi' yet? I think that it's still available online, probably on youtube...

Mateus Honrado said...

Well, my sarcastic "you must be happy" response was towards John Small's comment because he pretty much hasn't read the recent news on Snyder.

It was never intended to be an actual comment but a sarcastic one since his comment happened not long after Snyder left during postproduction and it was too soon to do a comment like that.

Phylo97 said...

I must admit that I am not disturbed about JW being at the helm of JL. We see what a differential perspective has done for WW. No wonder it was erroneously credited as a Marvel movie.

My well wishes are with the Snyder family at this tragic time, and my prayers for them as they struggle with their loss.

Glenn Host said...

Having Waller kill her people while she is being bailed out really was a bad twist.
Snyder does not appear to want o make movies from DC universe but just characters with their names and heavily altered images in it.

Anonymous said...

@ Glenn Host: Actually, the Comic book Wall from the now-classic story arc, "The Janus Imperative," was quite a lot like the Wall of the Suicide Squad movie. In the words of the thinly-disguised George Bush, Sr.

"You've played the lone wolf too long, Mrs. Waller. And you enjoy it, too much!"

Mateus Honrado said...

I don't think you've read the recent news on Snyder because the comments on here that serves as a jab towards him is a bit too soon since he departed during post production of Justice League in order to grieve the loss of his teenaged daughter, who committed suicide two months ago.

It's just that this unfortunate event hasn't been mentioned on this site.

Simon Dyer said...

I think part of the problem with Suicide Squad is that it doesn't really lend itself to a movie franchise. Too much subtlety and character for just under an hour. Too dependant on the kind of tone you can only get from setting an espionage story in a superhero comic. If even Superman is dour and destructive how exactly are they supposed to be unique? Hell, a lot of the comic series past that classic John Ostrander run have struggled to recapture the magic.

Ivory Bill Woodpecker said...

Since the Wall is his employer, I would guess Deadshot will disappoint Jameson.

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