Deadpool (2016) – 4/5


Starting with the bad ass, slow-motion shots of a very involved wreckage, Deadpool won’t fail to amuse you from beginning to end. Whether or not you get easily offended by the dark and twisted humor this movie has to offer, you will be endlessly entertained.

Although I have never been a fan of Ryan Reynolds’ super hero appearances, nor his acting for that matter, I have to admit that maybe a change of director was what was needed. Director Tim Miller creates a funny, witty and obscure atmosphere that perfectly translated the seriousness and darkness of how Deadpool was born. All while never forgetting the true asshole inside the character. Needless to say, he gets the antihero point across extremely well.

While it is definitely not one of the best superhero Marvel movies, it does exceed expectations. The creation and depiction of such a complicated, and rather explicit, character could not have possibly been easy. The beauty of Deadpool lies in its peculiar humor and how it never fails to make fun of everyone and everything, including the movie itself.

Learn more about the movie here: Rotten Tomatoes

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