Synchromysticism

" Synchromysticism:
The art of realizing meaningful coincidence in the seemingly mundane with mystical or esoteric significance."

- Jake Kotze

August 17, 2016

Suicide Squad is Pretty Much Just a Cross Between 'The Shining' and 'The Wizard of Oz'...and Maybe a Little Bit of 'I Am Legend', as Far as Themes Go :-) Ha..ha..ha

...or Jack a Joker?-)

Suicide Squad?

A lady with a baseball bat who falls in love with the Joker?
I knew I had seen that somewhere before;-)
Having just seen 'Suicide Squad' on the cinema screen I'm starting to think that every movie is just a mash-up of every other movie gone before.

Hmm?
Oh yeah...SPOILER ALERT...The Joker is giving his shrink girlfriend electroshock treatment to turn her into the bat wielding  
Harley Quinn in that last scene above.
Wendy might be more of a catcher than a batter, reading 'Catcher in the Rye'

My heart?

'Suicide Squad' is like 'The Wizard of Oz' meets 'The Shining', because 'Suicide Squad' is about a gruesome blood soaked quest for a heart, too. 
I saw this news story below as I was writing this post and thought that maybe Ruby Rose could swap Margot her slippers for a lock of hair?-) 
Ruby Rose’s creepy public plea to Margot Robbie
"SEEMS like everyone is a Margot Robbie fan at the moment — and that’s including fellow homegrown international success story, Ruby Rose.
Rose, an avid comic book fan, has issued a public plea to her fellow Aussie and star of big-budget DC Comics adaptation Suicide Squad.
However, it’s the sort of request that Robbie might not be too keen to fulfill.
Sharing a picture of her comic book ‘shrine’ on Twitter — shelves laden with all sorts of geeky goodies — Rose tweeted, “When you just added some Harley Quinn to your shrine but now you just need @MargotRobbie strand of hair.”"
Ruby Rose's collection minus the hair of Margot Robbie, so far :-) 

The Enchantress?

Bathtub scene in Suicide Squad, as well?

And there is a wicked looking witch in'Suicide Squad',as well as "behind the curtain" of power type themes;-)
Jack in King's version of 'The Shining' with his weapon of choice
Stephen King's original version of 'The Shining' had Jack running around the house (of no rising sun?) with a mallet instead of an axe, though.
Harley Quinn with her other weapon of choice when she goes batty
BATter up?
What is written on Will Smith's (Headshot's) collar?
I AM....something, or other?-)
Looks a bit like, "I Am Legend" to me. 

Probably just all a coincidence though...like a plate of shrimp. 
The Shinings, Coincidence, or Just a Plate of Shrimp?

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