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|Deadpool Review Is Out! by PiccoloBrunelli(m): 10:31pm On Feb 07, 2016|
The much anticipated and highly publicized Deadpool hits cinemas this Friday (12th). A very minuscule few however have been able to see the movie in advance via a surprise screening that came out last week. As such I came across this review online. As if the redband trailers are not mouth watering enough, check out this amazing review.
Culled from Cinemablend:
As far as comic book characters go, there are few more harshly divisive than Deadpool. For as many people who can’t get enough of his blabber-mouth and general insanity, there is an equal number of people who feel like most of the heroes in the Marvel Comics world: they hate his guts. As such, the long-developing Deadpool movie has spent years as a mystery, with it constantly carrying the question of whether or not it would highlight the best aspects of the character, or the worst ones.
Now the verdict is in, and the good news is that director Tim Miller’s Deadpool is a blissfully unique and hilarious action-packed blockbuster that stands as one of the best big-screen superhero origin stories that we’ve had the pleasure of seeing.
Based on a script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the non-linear comic book film recounts the life and times of Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds), a mouthy ex-Special Forces operative turned sociopathic mercenary who finds his world forever changed when he meets the beautiful Vanessa (Morena Baccarin), a prostitute whose entire life has been the same level of dark and awful as Wade’s. Drawn close by their matching pain, they couldn’t be more happy together… but, of course, that’s when tragedy decides to strike.
It’s revealed that Wade has late-stage cancer in his liver, lungs, prostate and brain, and is left questioning whether or not he should sacrifice his love and spare her the pain of watching him wither and die. But that’s also when Wade finds a special offer on the table – invited to take part in what’s described as a government-funded workshop that will not only cure his disease, but give him abilities beyond any normal man. He puts his life in the hands of a shaved-headed, menacing doctor named Ajax (Ed Skrein), though when it turns out the facility has designs on turning Wade into a super slave instead of a superhero, he’s put on a path that will not only see him gain incredible healing powers and horrifically scarred skin, but also a deep, deep desire for bloodthirsty revenge.
If variety is the ultimate key to the perpetuation of the comic book movie genre, then Deadpool will be received by fans as a blessing, because we truly have not seen anything quite like it to this point. Taking the complete opposite approach to the character than the one exercised by X-Men Origins: Wolverine (which surgically removed anything and everything interesting about the post-modern anti-hero), the film understands and embraces what makes the red-and-black-suited psycho special, and utilizes those elements to inspire a fantastical, R-rated, one-liner-filled blast. Everything is on the table, from his gleeful abandon during fights (knowing that he will always heal) to his distinct ability to break the fourth wall, and matched with perfectly-toned superhero cynicism it comes together stunningly well.
Read the full review http://www.cinemablend.com/m/reviews/Deadpool-69247.html
And by the way Rotten Tomatoes (a movie aggregator) scored it 100%!!!
Watch the 2 trailers below
|Re: Deadpool Review Is Out! by PiccoloBrunelli(m): 10:50pm On Feb 07, 2016|
Who'll be seeing it this Friday? Any NLer? Me...I dey PH. So it's most likely Film House GRA...wanna link up?
|Re: Deadpool Review Is Out! by KlarkDevlin: 6:49pm On Feb 09, 2016|
I can not believe that will soon premiere. Left just a little bit! A lot of reading about this picture. As the shooting took place, and in general how the idea came to Ryan Reynolds. But recently, I visited a crazy idea. And what if, in the title role was Kevin Hart? He generally interesting biography and a list of films http://networthcelebrities.com/kevin-hart-net-worth/ I think the film will be removed in a year Deadpool funny parody. And while we are waiting for the beginning of the premiere, to be held here this Friday.
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