Warning: Mild Spoilers AHEAD.
If you expected a hell lot of killing, blood, filthy language and jokes that take a dig on both, Marvel and DC, then you were right to do so. Deadpool 2 has it all, a total upgradation of its first franchise and a lot more for the audiences to enjoy.
The movie starts with Deadpool aka Ryan Reynolds done with his life, no will to carry on or be the superhero anymore. But soon he finds something worthy of his life and that is the kid to be saved from a time travelling super villain Cable aka Josh Brolin. You as an audience go through a hell lot of laughing as well as emotional rollercoaster as this one is not just sexual humor, a superhero that uses foul words and gets laid or an Indian cabbie who ends up stealing some moments, Deadpool 2 stands on values of a family. Yes, as surprising as it may sound and also said by Ryan Renolds, “This is a family movie”.
Sure we had many questions pre its release, does he die? Or he doesn’t? Will post credits include any avengers? Do we see more of X-men? Deadpool 2 is a superhero movie that is super viewer friendly. Safe to say more than Thor: Ragnarok was! And as daring its release is, right after Avengers: Inifinity War, which was rather serious and dark that left every marvel fan in agony. Deadpool kills you, patches you up and leaves you covered in blood.
Check out the trailer if you were dead until now:
You’ll see many similarities between the first and second, such as the narration, flashbacks, the untold love story between Colossus (Stefan Kapicic) and Deadpool, the mutual hate and respect for Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand) and a few jokes on our beloved character Logan (Hugh Jackman). Also, there are many brilliant new characters introduced that made quite important moments in the film as such Lady Luck Domino (Zazie Beetz), she was simply amazing and it won’t be long enough before fans demand a separate franchise for her!
Others from the X-force team that Deadpool creates to save the kid (Julian Dennison) also known as Russel, were Zeitgeist played by Bill Skarsgard, our very own deadly clown from the movie IT 2017, Vanisher, we don’t see him at all except when he dies (our advice, don’t see the cast list before the movie), Bedlam (Terry Crews), and Deadpool’s personal favorite Peter (Rob Delaney).
Directed by “One of the guys who killed the dog in John Wick” David Leitch, has already developed his own kinetic style of action directing, in movies like Atomic Blonde and John Wick. His approach gives the action scenes and fight choreography in Deadpool 2 an undeniable sense of energy and fun, but for the most part the movie plays things straightforward. As a result, Deadpool 2 never feels quite giddy or too much.
Deadpool 2 is a movie we wanted and need, a movie that may just be able to bring what audiences really want to see better than any other studio even Marvel. Packed with action and dark sense of humor, Ryan Reynolds was destined to play Deadpool. He brings out the wow in a superhero/villain character. You’ll see him mess up some simple moments that lands him in trouble, making him lose his abilities and ready to die in silence. But with the emergence of Cable, he soon finds a new motive to live and be a hero for another day.
A movie that brought too much realistic jokes on ground, we give it 4.5 stars with a huge kink.
Warning: Mild Spoilers AHEAD. If you expected a hell lot of killing, blood, filthy language and jokes that take a dig on both, Marvel and DC, t...4.5