Hey You Geeks #54: The Bad Guys and Bad Choices of ‘Suicide Squad’

This past week, DC and Warner Brothers pushed out their first comic book team-up film and it stars a cast of villains instead of heroes. But is it any good? On this week’s episode, we’re digesting it all, from Jared Leto’s Joker to the Justice League tie-ins. We’re even breaking down the criticisms DC fans have been mounting on film critics and Rotten Tomatoes for negative reviews of the films. Everyone’s a critic, and this week, so are we with our review of Suicide Squad.

Enjoy the show!

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