Monroe Evening News: Well, first, let’s take out the word hero. The protagonists in “The Dirty Dozen” were bad soldiers, through and through, and the folks in the contemporary “Suicide Squad” are super-villains. Both stories have awful people, all in prison for heinous acts, including murder, who are secretly being given a second chance by the government. They will temporarily be released from jail, under strict supervision, and will go on a mission so dangerous they’re likely not to come out of it alive. But if they do the job, and make it through in one piece, they’ll have a big chunk of time taken off their sentences.