This is a placeholder edition of SILENCE! where Gary Lactus and Phil Jerrod
talk about Suicide Squad. It was recorded in a windy park in Edinburgh at night. I think that’s all you need to know. Normal service will resume soon.

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6 Responses to “SILENCE! # Suicide Squad film chat with Phil Jerrod”

  1. bobsy Says:

    Did we all spot there how Gary forgot Amanda Waller’s name tsk tsk apologising at the start doesn’t make up for it and you know it.

  2. John Bishop/ Eyemelt Says:

    The fireworks/circus/parade background noise wasn’t too unbearable really. And this was the first time I purposely listened to a bunch of spoilers on SILENCE! I will get round to watching Suicide Squad but not for a while. Hope your show is going well!

  3. Gary Lactus Says:

    The show is going very badly in a fun way, thanks for asking.

  4. Tim B. Says:

    Suicide Squad is not as atrocious as the reviews make out. It’s not a good film but at least is made by a competent film maker. The performances are fine enough, Jai Courtney (Captain Boomerang) notably redeems himself after Terminator Genysis although don’t rate Leto’s Joker.

    The issue is the plot and some of the characterization, which is what you’d expect when you consider that the writer/director had 6 weeks to work on the script – Amanda Waller’s decision to shoot the FBI agents is a truely ‘wtf’ moment. Not because Waller would not kill them just that it gives her enemies in Washington leverage against her.

  5. Cass Says:

    Cmon bros. This movie is bad. BvS at least entertains with its beyond-the-pale depiction of Batman’s brutality (also: jars full of piss). In Suicide Squad, I find few redeeming qualities.

    Robbie puts in a good turn as Harley Quinn, but her character has no reason to be there. Other than Smith (playing himself), the other characters are action figures, or better yet, NPCs in a video game. The movie fails on almost every level I can think of: characters, plot, editing, visual flair, score, etc. It isn’t even an ambitious failure, unless you count “Trying to be more like Marvel” as ambition.

  6. Daniel S. Says:

    Glad to hear from you Mr. Lactus!
    I hope you are enjoying your comedy sessions.

    I can’t wait to watch the movie for myself and argue with you all.

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