Wisecracking mercenary Deadpool joins forces with three mutants — Bedlam, Shatterstar and Domino — to protect a boy from the all-powerful Cable.
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Paul Wernick, Rhett Reese, Rob Liefeld, Fabian Nicieza.
Hello everyone, we are back with a review for DEADPOOL 2.🤸🏿♀
Here’s the link to the trailer
Yes! Pool, Deadpool, the man in red spandex is definitely the funniest marvel character and he certainly deserves some accolades with this blockbuster that hit the cinema sometime ago. While the action was brilliant, the comedy smartly doubles up as a commentary on body shaming, sexual harassment, racism and sexism.
Deadpool didn’t fail to let us know that Cable is Thanos. He also threw a couple of jabs at DC and seemed to be steering towards Disney as well. Just as Robert Downey Jr. has become the definitive Iron Man, Ryan Reynolds was definitely born for the “red spandex”.
This movie isn’t for children because it is violent, bloody, raunchy and filled with so much foul language so parents are advised.DP2 is fun and wittier than its predecessor but it has no definite plot, its just a vehicle of special effects and clever dialogue. It represents a significant improvement over the original while still not being particularly good.
THE STUPIDLY ANNOYING
(Deadpool collects the mic) “Yenyenyen… They have nothing to say. Or Do you? Say yes and I’ll shoot you in the head.”
We have nothing to say.
The question isn’t Should you go see it? but How many times should you see it?
The opening and post credit scenes were superb, so do not be in a hurry to leave the cinema hall.
We are rating this movie 6.5/10