#039: (Pt. 1) Suicide Squad / The Dirty Dozen
Published August 9, 2016
50 min
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    David Ayer has characterized his new entry in the DC Expanded Universe, SUICIDE SQUAD, as a modern take on Robert Aldrich's THE DIRTY DOZEN, a 1967 war/heist film that set the standard for movies about a band of criminals teaming up to take on a greater evil. In this half of the conversation, we put THE DIRTY DOZEN's violence and attitude toward war in historical context, and tangle with the film's difficult morality. Plus, lots of feedback from our last episode on the GHOSTBUSTERS of the past and present. 

    Please share your comments, thoughts, and questions about THE DIRTY DOZEN, SUICIDE SQUAD, or both by sending an email to comments@nextpictureshow.net, or leaving a short voicemail at (773) 234-9730

    Time Codes
    Intro: 00:00-02:32
    Keynote: 02:33-5:33
    Main Discussion: 05:34-34:50
    Feedback/Outro: 34:51:45:44

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