Jul/2019

Hey guys, Jana here,

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When I was told director David Ayer was going to bring one of my favorite comics, ‘Suicide Squad‘ to life, I got excited and happy that immediately turned into stomach churning nausea. Why would I have such an extreme reaction to this news? I mean, comic books have been inspiration and fodder for dozens of high dollar productions, why would this be different? I’ll tell you what bothers me about it, the casting for the villains needs to be impeccable.

 

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I have been a Harley Quinn fan since she first came to life in ‘Batman: The Animated Series’, I always adored The Joker for his big, drawn out and elaborate schemes, that maniacal cackle that fits perfectly into his world. Basically Harley is a female Joker! Her character is so big and bold and in-your-face that the actress assigned to her has to be able to blow up the screen with a twisted presence. The marauding henchman will be played by Margot Robbie. Robbie leapt off the screen in 2013’s ‘The Wolf of Wall Street‘and the amount of attention she will bring to ‘Suicide Squad’ would be quite a boon for the film, she is currently filming  ‘Tarzan‘ where she co-stars as Jane Porter.

 

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Joining Robbie in the lineup of what Ayers has described as “The Dirty Dozen with supervillains,” is Will Smith, Tom hardy and Jared Leto is eyeing a turn as The Joker. The fan response has been mixed. When Quinn first showed up, she wore a jester’s hood, a red and black leotard with white makeup covering her face. Of course, the character’s genesis is based on the fact that she began her journey as an Arkham Asylum psychaitrist named Dr. Harleen Frances Quinzell, M.D. that fell for The Joker  and chose to break out of her shell to do the Joker’s bidding. All I hope for is an excellent portrayal for one of my favorite characters.

 

 

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Jack Byrnes:
I don't care if they did call you Larry Poppins. You are completely unfit to handle a child.
Greg Focker:
It was Barry Poppins.
Jack Byrnes:
What kind of sick cocktail were you going to make my grandson?
Roz Focker:
Jack, the baby's teething. I told Greg to give him some rum to ease the pain.
Jack Byrnes:
It was your idea?
Roz Focker:
Yes.
Jack Byrnes:
What is wrong with you people?
Bernie Focker:
You people?
Dina Byrnes:
I used to rub bourbon on Denny's gums.
Jack Byrnes:
Yeah! Look what happened to him. Greg, you couldn't follow a simple set of instructions?
Greg Focker:
Jack. he was screaming. So I went in and I gave him a little attention. Okay?
Jack Byrnes:
He's learning to self-soothe. These setbacks are disastrous for his devlopment.
Roz Focker:
The child is adorable, but you're not raising Little Buddha over here.
Greg Focker:
Mom.
Jack Byrnes:
What are you saying?
Roz Focker:
I'm saying that I have seen that kid eat at least 15 boogers since he's been here and and I've got news for you, Jack, prodigies don't eat there own boogers.
Jack Byrnes:
And I've got news for you. Prodigies don't come in 10th place every time either.
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Okay, Dad. That's my fiance.
Jack Byrnes:
I'm sorry. It's just that I've never seen people celebrate mediocrity the way you do.
Roz Focker:
Because we love our son? We hug our son? Let's get down to it. The truth is, you're so concerned about that Little Jack, but I think that it's the Little Jack in you that is crying out for a hug.
Jack Byrnes:
The Little Jack in me?
[Greg is getting extremely frusrated]
Roz Focker:
Jack, you have issues. I'm trying to understand why you run around with a rubber boob strapped to your chest. I mean, were you ever breastfed? My guess is no.
Jack Byrnes:
Will you spare my the drugstore pyschology.
Greg Focker:
[everyone starts arguing] Everybody! All right. Everybody just... Everybody just STOP, okay?
[everyone is quiet]
Greg Focker:
Jack, I am not going to make any excuses. Yes, Little Jack wouldn't stop crying so I gave him some hugs and I let him watch TV. I went to answer the phone, I was gone for a second, I came back, he let himself out of the playpen, he put on Scarface, and he glued his hands to the rum bottle. Okay? That's it.
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