Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay


Action / Animation / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Plot summary

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Top cast

Matthew Mercer Photo
Matthew Mercer as Savage Gunman / Argus Scientist / Belle Reve Doctor
Christian Slater Photo
Christian Slater as Deadshot
Tara Strong Photo
Tara Strong as Harley Quinn
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739.38 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 4 / 16
1.38 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 26 min
P/S 2 / 33

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jeremycrimsonfox9 / 10

What The 2016 Film Should Have Been

Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay is an R-Rated animated movie that basically does better than the live-action film from 2016, which despite making a big return at the box office, was heavily panned by critics. The story is good, the characters are accurate to the comic, and there is blood. Lots of blood. If you are looking for something to wash the bad taste of the 2016 film out, this is it.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters6 / 10

Don't lose your head

The squad goes after a "Get of Hell Free" card that may or may not work assuming there is a hell and hasn't been used before. There are a number of bad guys. The film has zero plot or character introduction. It assumes you have seen the film and read DC Comics. There were a great number of voices including character voice Tara Strong as Harley Quinn who always has the best lines. I was a bit bored with the plot, which included male strippers, lesbians kissing, and a few pole dance

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen7 / 10

Surprisingly good - and violent...

Normally animated superhero movies is not my first choice of entertainment, but when given the chance and opportunity to watch one, I will do so, of course. And here in 2020 I was given the chance to sit down and watch the 2018 animated DC movie "Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay".

Well, I can start by saying that I wasn't really expecting much, given the dubious 2016 live action movie. But hey, I hadn't seen "Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay", so I watched it. And it turns out, oddly enough, that this animated movie far outdid the live movie. Who knew...

The storyline in "Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay" was straight forward, so you shouldn't expect a Shakespearian masterpiece in terms of storyline, script and writing. However, what does work here is the fact that this animated movie is for a mature audience. There is a heap of graphic violence in the story, which really surprised me. As well as deaths of not only goons and those opposing the Suicide Squad, but also members of the Suicide Squad themselves. That was definitely something that I enjoyed.

And they had put together a good group of voice talents for the various characters in the animated movie. That really helps an animated movie along quite a long way. So that was a good thing.

As for the style of the drawing and the art, then I liked that. It had a hint of that classic 1980s cartoon style to it that I grew up with and loved then and still do. But still, it has just enough updated contents to make it appear not fully retro. That worked well for the animated movie in my opinion.

I enjoyed "Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay", and I am rating it a seven out of ten stars. This is definitely one of the better animated superhero movies that I have had the fortune of sitting through. It is well-worth the time, just forget that you ever saw that 2016 movie.

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