DEADPOOL – review

DEADPOOL

Ryan Reynolds has tried to play Deadpool before, but they sewed his mouth shut and  did not let him talk.  This was not the only mistake in Deadpool’s big screen debut in  Wolverine.  We do hear about this flick a few times as well as Green Lantern.  This is also a different Super Hero flick with language, violence, and sexual content.  If this is not going to turn you away from seeing it, you will enjoy it trust me.   deadpool5

We know from the beginning this flick is going to be different.  In the opening credits Director Tim Miller doesn’t use names instead he calls himself an overpaid tool, and we see other lines like some hot chick and then we see the real heroes here for our writers Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese.deadpool3  

We have a very simple plot.  Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is an Merc for hire who once was a Special Forces military man.  He ends up falling love with Vanessa Carlysle (Morena Baccarin).  Everything is going great in his life until he finds out he has terminal cancer.  This is when he gets an offer to get cured and become a super hero.  

The doctor Ajax (Ed Skrein) and his steroid mutant side kick Angel Dust (Gina Carano) are the ones turning men into Mutants.  Deadpool wants revenge after what they have done to him.  Ajax goes after his love Vanessa, and kidnaps her.  This is the main plot line, simple to the point, but Reynolds makes it more fun in a theater then I have seen in a long time.  deadpool4

Yes, Deadpool breaks the fourth – wall as he does in the comics, and talks to us.  He has friends Weasel (T.J Miller), A Teenage X – Man Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hidebrand), and Colossus (Stefan Kapicic).  Dipole even makes fun of the studio saying only two X – Men seems like the studio could only afford the two.  deadpool2

This I repeat is not a flick for kids, I would say 15 and over at least.  Lots of sexual innuendos, violence is awesome, and the jokes the jokes you can’t make up.  I loved this flick I grade it a solid A.  Reynolds is in his best flick ever and I wish they could come out with a Deadpool movie every year. 

Brad

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