ByJim Kanios, writer at Creators.co
DC-All the Way. Film and TV Junkie
Jim Kanios


#1.) Denzel Washington/Alonzo Harris-Training Day

One bad "Shut your mouth"
One bad "Shut your mouth"

Denzel's portrayal of Alonzo Harris will always be up there with some of the most badass characters in cinema history. He was hired to uphold the law, as we all saw in the film it doesn't go that way. His intentions are bad and errs to the side of a criminal. His cool, suave demeanor makes him that much more intimidating. You don't know how he'll react to a situation. His overall sliminess is what made me want him as the Leader of my Suicide Squad.


#2.) Jack Nicholson/Frank Costello-The Departed

I wouldn't want to do business with this creep
I wouldn't want to do business with this creep

I chose Frank Costello as my #2 due to the fact he has his hands in one to many cookie jars. He is a crime boss with ties to the FBI, the Police Academy and to the low life thugs on the streets. The way Nicholson played the character keeps you watching and wanting more of his character on film. He prays on the weak and ruins lives for his own personal gain.


#3.) Leonardo Dicaprio/Jordan Belfort-The Wolf of Wall Street


All About the Benjamins Baby
All About the Benjamins Baby


This role was made for Leo. From the time I sat in my theater seat till the end of the film. It almost made me want to become Belfort myself. Dicaprio played this character with the coolness and suaveness of no other. I don't agree with how he made his money. The way he went about it was harsh and stealing from the less fortunate for monetary gain is disgusting. He would be a perfect fit for my Suicide Squad. His charm and wit makes him one person I would not want to do business with, that's FOR SURE.


#4. Robert Englund/Freddy Krueger-A Nightmare on Elm Street


One, Two, Freddy's coming for YOU
One, Two, Freddy's coming for YOU

My final member of my Squad is someone who has put the fear in me ever since I saw him on film at a very young age(Not by choice-family members holding me down to watch him still terrifies me to this day-HaHaHa, I'm 31 now). His overall creepiness and horrifying nature is enough to bring the strongest individual to their knees. The fact he could kill you in your sleep is enough to drive a person to go insane by not wanting to go to bed. The mental anguish would be harsher than anything physical he brings to the table...In my opinion.

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