Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] [2018]

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  • Release Date: 04/10/2018
  • Rating: R
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    Overall Customer Rating:
    92% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (216 out of 236)

    Synopsis


    Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay
    Amanda Waller sends the Suicide Squad to steal a powerful artefact from history's most brutal butcher. With the promise of a shorter sentence, the Squad must work as a team to keep this off the grid and complete the mission., Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Christian Slater
      Christian Slater
    • Vanessa Williams
      Vanessa Williams



    Customer rating

    4.4
    92%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      2016 has nothing on This Movie

      Posted
      Xeno

      It's no secret that DC live action movies have sucked more than their animated counterparts. If you want a good Superman film, watch Superman Doomsday. If you want a good Justice League movie, try Gods and Monsters. If you want a good Wonder Woman... ... well, OK you got me there. Still, the animated films are often much better than their live action counterparts. If you were turned off of the 2016 Suicide Squad, try HtP. The story starts out showing what they do. The Suicide Squad is taking down Tobias Whale (from Black Lightning). This first mission shows just how expendable they really are. Then the main plot starts. Amanda Waller wants the Suicide Squad to go after the McGuffin...err.... Get Out of Hades Free card. The legend goes, whoever dies with this card on them will skip being in a Zach Snyder movie and go to Heaven. So, who's she going to call? Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Killer Frost, Bronze Tiger, Captain Boomerang, and Copperhead. Yes, only a couple of these are A-List villains, but just let it play out. The story pits them against rival factions looking to obtain the card for their own reasons. What I enjoyed about the story is the tie-in to the Flashpoint Paradox. No spoilers, but lets just say that the tie-in surprised me and was masterfully executed. Deadshot is the character that gets the most focus. I appreciate how he goes through his own character arc throughout the film. You get the sense that there's more to him than a simple criminal. His complexities lead to some decisions that affect the team. I must warn Harley fans (of which I am one). Harley is a minor character in this film. While she's there, her role could've been replaced with another villainess without affecting the story much at all. The action scenes are more graphic than expected. It seems the DC Animated Universe is getting more and more into the hard R material than before. First Killing Joke and now this? Like Deadpool and Logan, the R Rating serves as a vehicle to expand what's possible in the film. Point in fact, the most memorable scenes wouldn't have been possible without a hard R rating. This is where the movie falls a bit flat. I don't remember much of the action. I remember more of the fights from Superman Doomsday (Rated PG13) than HtP because there were more iconic moments. In this movie, apart from heads exploding and a snide remark to follow, there wasn't much that sticks as being "cool" or " unique". Never the less, this was a very enjoyable film. I would recommend it. With a twist ending (that you probably see coming), Suicide Squad: HtP is a great addition to any DC Animated Collection.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      DC Apologizes for Suicide Squad (2016)

      Posted
      Xeno

      It's no secret that DC live action movies have sucked more than their animated counterparts. If you want a good Superman film, watch Superman Doomsday. If you want a good Justice League movie, try Gods and Monsters. If you want a good Wonder Woman... ... well, OK you got me there. Still, the animated films are often much better than their live action counterparts. If you were turned off of the 2016 Suicide Squad, try HtP. The story starts out showing what they do. The Suicide Squad is taking down Tobias Whale (from Black Lightning). This first mission shows just how expendable they really are. Then the main plot starts. Amanda Waller wants the Suicide Squad to go after the McGuffin...err.... Get Out of Hades Free card. The legend goes, whoever dies with this card on them will skip being in a Zach Snyder movie and go to Heaven. So, who's she going to call? Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Killer Frost, Bronze Tiger, Captain Boomerang, and Copperhead. Yes, only a couple of these are A-List villains, but just let it play out. The story pits them against rival factions looking to obtain the card for their own reasons. What I enjoyed about the story is the tie-in to the Flashpoint Paradox. No spoilers, but lets just say that the tie-in surprised me and was masterfully executed. Deadshot is the character that gets the most focus. I appreciate how he goes through his own character arc throughout the film. You get the sense that there's more to him than a simple criminal. His complexities lead to some decisions that affect the team. I must warn Harley fans (of which I am one). Harley is a minor character in this film. While she's there, her role could've been replaced with another villainess without affecting the story much at all. The action scenes are more graphic than expected. It seems the DC Animated Universe is getting more and more into the hard R material than before. First Killing Joke and now this? Like Deadpool and Logan, the R Rating serves as a vehicle to expand what's possible in the film. Point in fact, the most memorable scenes wouldn't have been possible without a hard R rating. This is where the movie falls a bit flat. I don't remember much of the action. I remember more of the fights from Superman Doomsday (Rated PG13) than HtP because there were more iconic moments. In this movie, apart from heads exploding and a snide remark to follow, there wasn't much that sticks as being "cool" or " unique". Never the less, this was a very enjoyable film. I would recommend it. With a twist ending (that you probably see coming), Suicide Squad: HtP is a great addition to any DC Animated Collection.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Grind House DC

      Posted
      hitsuyoo
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      If you know anything about The GrindHouse style of movie making, then you know that it has a tendency to get gritty real quick. Suicide Squad H.T.P. is no exception to that rule. The only difference here is the fact you are watching an animated ( a very well done animation, I might add.) movie about characters that many people are just meeting from a movie ( Suicide Squad) that didn't do them much justice. [Side note: If you want to meet the gang properly, for the 1st time, without reading the great comic line, see Suicide Squad Assault on Arkham] Now back to the present. Suicide Squad H.T.P is yet another brilliant entry into the growing classics of the D.C.A.U. Keep in mind that DC has been upping the anti on adult themes. These guys are pushing for the R rating. It seems to me like they are catering to the fan. They are giving you what you need to see in movie adaptation of a comic series. The blood flows freely i this movie. This movie is NOT for your 7 year old's collection. These movies are for you baby! The fans that grew up . That have jobs. That pay for these movies. If you are DC comics fan, this movie should not disappoint. The story , the are, the acting and the action all played well together in this one. I guess by now you know that I'm going to recommend that you buy this movie. Well, I am , but remember, this movie is not for your kids. If you choose to let your kids watch it ad are okay with that, more power to you. But just know that this was not made with their young minds and eyes in mind. Go enjoy this one. I do recommend that you watch it with a fellow comic fan. And bring some handy wipes.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      They really mean R rated

      Posted
      dcfan2018
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      I am a DC fan especially of the animated movies. Overall all of them have been amazing and fun to watch. My only issue is the over the top graphic material. As an adult I appreciate seeing a R rated movie and can appreciate what that level of rating allows you to do. However these are suppose to be super hero movies. Even a movie about the villains who are being hero's I still think they don't need to be as graphic. I would like to watch these videos with my kids especially my son who is 6. I haven't been able to let them watch any of the animated movies with all the adult content. Now again it was rated correctly and this might not be a movie for younger viewers but my point is a dc or marvel movie should be appropriate for young kids. They aspire to be these people and want to see them in a good light. So I'm disappointed in only that part. Outside of that loved the action and the story. I think it was better than the real life movie.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Still better than the Suicide Squad movie

      Posted
      zerothevillain
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      "Suicide Squad: Heck to Pay" (because Best Buy won't let me write the h-word) is a decent offering from the DC animated universe. Christian Slater as Deadshot was the only voice I recognized. There were a lot of unexpected cameos from DC Universe good and bad guys I wasn't expecting. The plot of the movie is that the head of ARGUS is dying and wants a "get out of heck free" card. But she isn't the only dying or undying baddie to want it. This animated film is better than the Suicide Squad live-action movie, but not nearly as good as the Squad's appearance in the Batman: Assault on Arkham animated film. This film is not nearly as naughty or risqué as it thinks it is. But it has more nudity and (male) strip clubs than the average Superman movie, that's for sure. What you can expect are a lot of gun battles and anti-hero versus supervillain violence. And, since it's the Suicide Squad, you can expect most of the team to not make it home.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Great installment in the DCAU

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      ND4400
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      Great film by DC/WB Animation that takes risks and dares to be an animated adventure for mature audiences. One of the highlights of the film is that it takes place within the New 52 DC Animated Universe which began with JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR. The film is not perfect. There are some moments that feel forced, but the positives far outweigh the negatives. It's definitely worth picking up.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Suicide Review

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      Xbox1xFanboy
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      DC is great at taking chances and pushing the boundaries with their properties and catering to the more mature fans of these characters. I must say this movie is not for kids and may put some off due to the mature content within. A fair warning though is a lot of the characters in this movie are not well know and as for I didn't even know of some of them, but enjoyed the fact that it didn't have Batman plastered everywhere like so many DC films. Give it a shot, you might like it!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Weird movie

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      KRC89
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      I'm not sure what to say when it comes to this movie because the DC animated movies have gone down hill for some time now and this one is no different. There are somethings that are good in it but over all the movie I'm not sure if this one is worth it but Best Buy always has the item I want that no other store has and that is the figures and the comics. That's why I keep buying them. But the next movie is Superman so that'll be better.

      I would recommend this to a friend


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