Deadpool 2 Review

Spoiler alert! Read at Your own Risk!


Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin,  Morena Baccarin, Julian Dennison, Zazie Beetz, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Jack Kesy.


Wisecracking mercenary Deadpool joins forces with three mutants — Bedlam, Shatterstar and Domino — to protect a boy from the all-powerful Cable.


This is a movie i wont recommend watching with children around. It is a very violent movie. Funny, yet the object of ridicule mainly revolves around dicks. Yes, most of the time you will just hear dick jokes. As you expect from Deadpool

The first scene of Deadpool 2 shows Wolverine’s death, having a figure of Logan’s impaled body. Then we see Deadpool,  smoking cigarettes, and trying to kill himself. Maybe he is implying that he will be the new Star of the X-men.

After that, a little flashback happened, lots of fighting and at the end, his girlfriend dying

To tell you the truth i actually enjoyed all the killings, maybe because of how funny Deadpool is. The fighting scenes were also amazing, flashy and very detailed. It does not really seem like your typical low budget film.

What makes the movie more interesting is adding Cable and X force to the scene. Including Colosus and Negasonic teenage warhead who we saw in the first deadpool movie. There are a lot of twists on the movie like how Deadpool and Cable turned out to help eachother in the end. And domino, beside from the fact that shes hot, her superpowers makes me envious. well, who doesn’t want to be lucky?

Even the post credits were funny. Yes don’t leave the theater just yet!, there are a total of five different Deadpool 2 post-credits scenes, and they’re all wonderful!

I would personally rate the movie 9 out of 10 and i would really love to see how they would air this in television.

The script for Deadpool 2 is loaded with winky, fourth-wall-piercing eruptions of meta, the kind of humor that can make even the slow-witted and literal-minded feel devilishly clever.

Funnier, filthier, and damn entertaining, Deadpool 2 leaves no stone un-deconstructed: the naughty man-child of the X-Men universe who manages to beat them at their own game.

At least as funny as the original Deadpool, and better in virtually every other respect: better plot, better villains, a few unexpected narrative swerves.


This is the first time id ever made a review so please go easy on me 🙂


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