VOTD: How 'Suicide Squad' Should Have Ended

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One of the year's most divisive blockbusters was Suicide Squad. It wasn't quite as hotly debated as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was earlier this year, but it's still very much a heated topic of conversation. We'll see how people feel once they get a chance to revisit the film after it hits Blu-ray and DVD on December 13th, just in time to be given as a Christmas present to someone you either really love or really hate.

Until then, the folks over at How It Should Have Ended have taken the time to pick apart Suicide Squad, pointing out some of the gaping plot holes and questionable decisions made throughout the entirety of the DC Extended Universe film.

Watch How Suicide Squad Should Have Ended after the jump.

As expected, there's a lot of moments in the movie that just don't make sense or feel painfully forced. From Diablo (Jay Hernandez) using the word family to describe this band of criminal misfits to Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) not just being shot by Rick Flag (Joel Kinnaman) after her explosive charge has been revealed to be hacked, there are plenty of missteps in this movie both in substance and logic. Plus, let's not forget they introduce Katana (Karen Fukuhara) and her sword, only to have her never use the most impressive part about her weapon, the fact that it steals souls.

But perhaps one of the silliest things about Suicide Squad is counting a character like Captain Boomerang (Jai Courtney) among villains who are considered to be the "worst of the worst." The guy barely has anything to do in this movie, and his skillset leaves more than a little to be desired.