Saturday, August 13, 2016

Suicide Squad Soundtrack Review

*No Spoilers, You're Safe 👍

Yesterday, after weeks on weeks of casually losing my sh*t over Harley Quinn and the Joker, I finally got to see the much talked about, Suicide Squad.

Was I disappointed at some little things? A little.

Did I love it anyway? Yes.

The squad was absolutely awesome. As much as I thought I'd dislike the role of Deadshot, he was actually pretty bad*ss and Diablo was cool as hell.

But I guess the biggest question is, were Joker and Harley as incredibly awe-inspiring as they appeared in the trailers?




If a movie with just the two of them is not in the works then it needs to be considered soon, because as a movie couple they were just electrifyingly wicked and I love them together.

So many people have been saying that the movie versions of the characters was glorifying an abusive relationship but in my opinion it seems that they are simply changing the characters personalities. It isn't the same Joker and Harley Quinn from the comics, they're better. Just like books get altered when made into movies, so do comics and in this circumstance, they're frigging awesome.

Also, anyone who thinks Jared Leto doesn't do the Joker justice, is clearly off their meds.

(Also note: Harley is f*cking bad*ssery goals)

But aside from the movie, the soundtrack was awesome too. And you can listen to it on Spotify here.

1) Skrillex - Purple Lamborghini
2) Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons - Sucker For Pain
3) Twenty One Pilots - Heathens
4) Action Bronson, Mark Ronson, Dan Aurback - Standing In The Rain
5) Kehlani - Gangsta
6) Kevin Gates - Know Better
7) Grace, G-Eazy - You Don't Own Me
8) Eminem - Without Me
9) Skylar Grey - Wreak Havoc
10) Grimes - Medieval Warfare
11) Panic! At The Disco - Bohemian Rhapsody
12) War - Slippin' Into Darkness
13) Creedance Clearwater Revival - Fortunate Son
14) Confidential Music, Becky Hanson - I Started A Joke

Featuring Kehlani, Skrillex, and my much obsessed-over favourite, Twenty One Pilots; the Suicide Squad soundtrack is exactly the type of music you'd want to listen to if you were a psychotic, ultra-human bad-guy who's just been released from ultra-bad-guy prison to take on super-evil. 

Ominous, empowering, and enigmatic, the soundtrack is a great playlist to save to your Spotify account. 

Although, I was almost 100% sure The White Stripes' Seven Nation Army was in the movie but it doesn't seem to be credited. 

Nonetheless, great movie, brilliant characters, and an equally brilliant soundtrack, so check it out.




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