Deadpool 2

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Comedy
Running Time:  119 min.
In theatres: May 18, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 3.24
based on 174 votes and 49 reviews
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Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Julian Dennison, Zazie Beetz, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Jack Kesy, Leslie Uggams, Thayr Harris


Lovable sarcastic antihero Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) takes the audience back in time, when he figuratively and literally “took the guns out of the hands of criminals.” Unfortunately, he neglected to slaughter one bad meth boss (Thayr Harris). This mistake comes back to haunt him. Deadpool falls into a depression that no giant, comical bag of cocaine can fix.

Deadpool ends up becoming a reluctant “X-Man in training,” where he reunites with some familiar characters and meets Russell (Julian Dennison), a child mutant with anger issues who is in need of saving from Cable (Josh Brolin), a mysterious time traveler. In order to fight again this foe, Deadpool recruits a team, dubbed the X-Force, to take him on. 

Studio: 20th Century Fox
Producer(s): Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon Kinberg
Screenplay: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Ryan Reynolds
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  • 4 stars "Not as good as the original, but still very good. Deadpool 2 has some pluses and minuses with it. Overall it is an enjoyable movie, but is drifting away from the polished tightness of the original. Pluses - We have Ryan's witty dialog again, and we have the trademark slapstick ultra-violence. We have the amazing effects. We have some amazing new characters, as well as some slapstick really stupid new characters. We have some hilarious cameos. The soundtrack is very good as per number 1 as well. Minuses - The movie drags at points. This usually involves some overly-done part of Ryan bemoaning his love. He just goes on and on and on. It is exausting and tiresome. We also have a winy kid who goes on and on and on about his anger and his abuse. The recoveries Deadpool makes from grievous wounds are also starting to stretch the audience's believability index (yes that's a real thing and yes it is supposed to be misspelled). I really really hope they just leave this alone now and stop making sequels. But we all know that is foolish thinking. There WILL be a Deadpool 20. PS: As I'm from there, getting really TIRED of watching Vancouver as the backdrop, PLEASE pick a new city???"
  • 1 star "I did not care how the actor face looks like. The swearing and profiling turned me off from this movie,"
  • 1 star "Ryan's' handsome face? Yeah sold me not!"