Modern Myth MediaSuicide Squad Modern Myth Media Podcast #261: SUICIDE SQUAD Spoiler Review written by Sean Gerber August 9, 2016 Host Sean Gerber is joined by Chris Clow and Robert Reineke for a full spoiler review of Suicide Squad. It’s been bashed by critics while breaking records at the box office. It’s time to sort out the good, the bad, and even a little bit of the future of DC Films. Subscribe to the MMM podcast! iTunes SoundCloud Google Play Stitcher RSS Modern Myth Media Podcast #261: SUICIDE SQUAD Spoiler Review was last modified: August 9th, 2016 by Sean Gerber Related Suicide Squad 1 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Sean Gerber Sean Gerber is the founder and editor-in-chief of Modern Myth Media. When he's not writing here, you can catch him as the host of Popular Opinion Podcast, Batman News, and Marvel News! previous post Marvel’s LUKE CAGE Has Got You In New Trailer next post PETE’S DRAGON Director Unafraid To Give Audiences A Little Fright You may also like MMM #234: MARVEL’S ANT-MAN Trailer, GAMBIT, &... January 12, 2015 MMM #236: Marvel Movie Musings January 26, 2015 New SUICIDE SQUAD Trailer Unleashed! January 19, 2016 MMM Podcast #174: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2... May 4, 2014 Warner Bros. Eyes David Ayer For SUICIDE... September 19, 2014 Modern Myth Media #265: Modern Myth Movie... January 17, 2017 Analyzing Jared Leto’s JOKER Reveal. April 28, 2015 MMM #197: Rian Johnson To Direct STAR... June 20, 2014 MMM Podcast #152: THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING... December 2, 2013 Moving Forward, No News Is Good News... March 3, 2017 oliver_chang I think WB decided to cut the abusive part of the Harley/Joker relationship because they are scared of the PC backlash, and replaced the break up story with a reunion story instead, and they did set up Harley’s desire to have a relationship with her dream sequence, her break down after the helicopter crash, and her expression when June/Flag reunited, then her puddin returns, I think they were going for that desire for a relationship and a happy ending for her, which is ok, but I’d preferred the break away story Ayer intended to tell.