“Suicide Squad,” Love & Hope and a Dirty Martini

“Suicide Squad” made over $135 million in theaters this weekend….yet, the only thing worthy of a pairing is an extra dirty martini. This week on our @reVolveraudio podcast.

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Comic book fans will flock to the theaters this weekend to see the latest from DC Comics, “Suicide Squad,” but, should they?

On this week’s “Wine & Film, A Perfect Pairing” Podcast on reVolver Podcasts, Gary and I delve into this dirty world of villains who are recruited to do good, or at least pretend to for a while. Gary’s review of the film below, and my perfect pairing, which I admit was a bit tough as it was hard to find anything worthy beyond one of our favorite cocktails.

A link to the podcast here, just click “Episode 7.” More on our thoughts below.

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The Film: “Suicide Squad”

“Suicide Squad” starts out edgy and irreverent only to wimp out, sell out, and act like all the miserable others. It’s a first-half film about incarcerated super-villains forced to fight or die for the government, led by Oscar-winner Viola Davis.

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