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The Only Extended Cut We Need: How Suicide Squad Should Have Ended

Despite generally negative critical reviews (including our own), the Suicide Squad movie has made a lot of money and will soon get an extended edition with its home release (digital: November 15, Blu-ray: December 13) to extract even more dollars from fans. If you don’t want to sit through even more of this movie, though, we now present you with an alternative in the form of the How It Should’ve Ended version.

To sum up: With this many villains, everyone should’ve been killing each other more. Other villains are not impressed.

 

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