| Release Date: May 18, 2018
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teedlebombJun 16, 2018
Where do I start. Worst film I've ever seen. For some reason Reynolds and his juvenile director need to use the F-word perhaps 150 times. From there it just gets worse. Reynolds and his "cute" gay-pride quips. Spoiled H-wood brats w/ tooWhere do I start. Worst film I've ever seen. For some reason Reynolds and his juvenile director need to use the F-word perhaps 150 times. From there it just gets worse. Reynolds and his "cute" gay-pride quips. Spoiled H-wood brats w/ too much cocaine. These guys need to watch some films from the '30's and '40's. Obviously they haven't done their homework. Wow. Terrible! Expand
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johnem95May 18, 2018
Lacks the novelty of its predecessor, but still delivers a healthy amount of big laughs. Best end credits scene ever.
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IttiacesMay 18, 2018
Directed by David Leitch and starring the inimitable Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool 2 delivers more of the same hilarious R-rated action we were served in the first instalment of this Marvel franchise. Reynolds holds the fort with his on-pointDirected by David Leitch and starring the inimitable Ryan Reynolds, Deadpool 2 delivers more of the same hilarious R-rated action we were served in the first instalment of this Marvel franchise. Reynolds holds the fort with his on-point portrayal of every fanboy's favourite off the curve comic book hero with a wry, unceasing wit and the explosive energy of a man constantly jacked up on speed. The action is pretty consistent although there are a few dips into the soppier stuff here and there because....the audience has feelings(yawn)! All said, the pace and is excellent and there's more than enough to hold your attention throughout. As a cast, there are some very familiar faces as well as some choice cameos from Hollywoods finest. Josh Brolin is fantastic as the big baddie Cable, Zazie Beetz as Domino does some serious scene-stealing and the film's youngest star, Julian Dennison brilliantly portrays the angst-ridden teenager Russell. On the negative side, I thought the X-men were given too significant a role and took away rather than added to the story. The characters are quite bland and all the humour centred around them had been exhausted the first time around. Some of the VFX could have been better, notably Colossus and Juggernaut. They never looked convincing, and the animation was distractingly stilted at times. Many of the jokes centred around Colussus, in particular, didn't land. All in all pretty minor quibbles in what is otherwise a very satisfying venture with plenty of laughs and gory action. Expand
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marcmyworksMay 21, 2018
Overall this movie is joy to watch; even more self-aware than the first film, it is high energy and fun. My only problem was that the writing is quite lazy, this is even addressed twice in the film. There is also a lot of attention and jokesOverall this movie is joy to watch; even more self-aware than the first film, it is high energy and fun. My only problem was that the writing is quite lazy, this is even addressed twice in the film. There is also a lot of attention and jokes about dubstep, if this was 2012 that may have been a bit funnier. Expand
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whoischarlotteMay 18, 2018
I wanted to like this, as I love the first Deadpool movie! But this wasn't as enjoyable as I had hoped. I guess I should start by saying that I did find some parts funny and I really liked Cable. However the plot was a mess and fairly dull.I wanted to like this, as I love the first Deadpool movie! But this wasn't as enjoyable as I had hoped. I guess I should start by saying that I did find some parts funny and I really liked Cable. However the plot was a mess and fairly dull. I'm aware that the plot isn't a big factor and it is more about the humour but I found many jokes fell flat for me. The first half in particular was fairly boring but I enjoyed the second half far more, and THAT cameo. Overall, Deadpool 2 isn't a flop but it doesn't come close to how good the first film was. I hope they deliver something better for the third instalment. Expand
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DotHackHaseoMay 20, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Well, I know the Marvel created films are mainstream, since this, nobody will say the truth about the film. This is the most annoying side of the film critisms, and the mainstream films. The mainstream films over-praisement the best way for the successful critics or movie sites, obviously.

See, I'm not a "Marvel" fan, but my favorite character from the megalomaniac marvel universe, is Deadpool. I like him, firstly I saw him in the game three or four years ago. So I feel I can't miss the first film 2 years ago, and the second film now. That is kinda guilty pleasure in the first film, Deadpool laughed to the face all overrated marvel superheroes, and he knows how ridiclius the superhero cult in the reality. I liked it, finally, hes a character who can laughed himself, also the marvel can laughed themselves. Perhaps this is just a plan, from Marvel, in which they swallow the money from the superhero parody, before other would do it. In instance, the DC with Lobo.

In my opinion, that's why the first Deadpool film feel so newish and good. But had an enormous difference between the two films. In the first film had a good and new ideas and thoughts, but in the second film it is'nt.



According the story: Wade's girlfriend killed by a gangster whose somewhy kicked in Wade's door. Wade is turn to depression, and try to kill himself, but it is not so easy, because he is still immortal. Colossus pressure him to join the X-Mens, and finally, Wade did it. He being a rookie, but in the first mission he did some bad things and arrest him by police. Deadpool go to jail! To a mutant jail.

Honestly, it is not spoiler, because this is not the original story of the film, just a frame story. The original story is not bad, just a small destiantion which is stick the characters together.

I guess, start at the good things about the film.

Firstly, the film still in the X-Men universe, so I'm still glad. I prefer this universe,  in my opinion it is works far better then the original marvel universe, even if had some Apocalyptically bad films on past. In my childhood I love the X-Men universe, especially in cartoons. I watched all X-Men cartoons from the 80', but I newer saw such an epic representation of the X-Men universe dark side. Maybe it was in the old cartoons, but the mutant jail in Deadpool 2 is the best way to show the mutants world darkest sides. In this aspect, the film almost PERFECT. Saddly it is just a frame, we were in for a short time period.  Despite this, the Jail have an epic atmosphere, I LOVE it.

Over and above, in the film featured by Cain Marco alias Jaggernaut. I really appreciate it, but in the films end, a bit humilated him. Josh Brolin was epic good. That guy is far the best actor in this film, he had the best acting performance in Deadpool 2. In addition, Sir Brolin is really hefty, he was ripped out very nice. (Testanol maybe? :O)

Worked really good some gags and jokes, - not all but some - it is Deadpool merits of course. And had an epic line of sceens amid the two credits. Well that 2 minute is the film best 2 minute, undoubtedly. Epic joke-fest, from an epic idea. This missed from the movie, the IDEAS... The unlimited ideas like the first movie.



You know what is the one of the biggest problem about this movie? The Deadpool movies ought to be with million pop culture reference. But honestly, in the second film barely had some of it. I remember once from the film, Russel said: "Have you ever seen an overweight superhero?" (Comment: I watch this film Hungarian, my own language so some pop-cult references ruined by the Hungarian sync.) The most referencesjust a DC humilating. Yeah, first time it's sound imaginative... "Who are you?" "I'm Batman", but the twelfth time already so boring. Marvel forced the self jokes and critic, but it doesent worked, rather they joke the rival DC. Sometimes they are did the Brolin-Thanos joke, but after five time, I got disappointed about that.

It was true, to the most of the jokes. I went to an A.M. projection, but sometimes when Deadpool told a "joke", nobody laughed, because it isn't funny, rather than cringe or just replayed from the first film joke. Yeah, and jokes! A lot of jokes and ideas recycled from the first film. A really lot. And they replayed the errors from the first film. Immediately, the film starts with an action scene with DMX-X-Gonna, like the first film. After this, the opening also according the same idea. Same "Wade jumping to the taxi window to behind Dopinder" like the predecessor. Things, what is working in the first film, did not worked here. The new gags working, but they did it million times. Dubstep joke did it four times, the "Hey Wade"-"Hey Yukio" joke did it almost million times. At first it okay, at second it is okay, and third... okay, on fourth a little boring, at fifth it is hellish boring.
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bkristmanMay 18, 2018
Not as good as the original. It's basically just a bunch of crude comedic scenes all patched together with way too much goofing around and talking by Reynolds. It has a paper thin plot and story that makes no sense .
Much of the humour we've
Not as good as the original. It's basically just a bunch of crude comedic scenes all patched together with way too much goofing around and talking by Reynolds. It has a paper thin plot and story that makes no sense .
Much of the humour we've already seen and is just repeated from first film.
The character Domino pretty much steals the film really .Her superpower is funny and interesting .
Watching Deadpool getting ripped apart in various ways gets tiresome after awhile .The 'first' death scene ending of the film gets tedious like a bad high school amateur play but then they add on several others.
The whole film just seems to be written on the run.
A few decent laughs,Domino and a couple nice effects make it watchable.
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DreamAliMay 18, 2018
This is a fun movie to watch, don't miss it. It has great soundtrack, good jokes, and great action.
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ValeforXVMay 18, 2018
Simply better than the first movie, and even better than Infinity War in my opinion, great movie, great over the top FX, great story with unexpected twists, hilarious jokes and very positively surprised!
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wordyReviewsMay 18, 2018
Rockin! Thumbs up peeps. The sassy Brolin's in it so even your Mom will enjoy.
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CaptiosusMay 19, 2018
I enjoyed it but didn't find it as entertaining as the first. Too many recycled jokes (looking at you X-Men/FOX Studios jokes), some of the references and fourth-wall breaks felt overly contrived. It's definitely a film for fans of DeadpoolI enjoyed it but didn't find it as entertaining as the first. Too many recycled jokes (looking at you X-Men/FOX Studios jokes), some of the references and fourth-wall breaks felt overly contrived. It's definitely a film for fans of Deadpool -- if this is going to be your first experience with Deadpool, STOP and go get the first movie NOW. I can think of many worse ways to spend 2 hours of my time but, unlike the first movie, I probably won't see it again until it hits Blu-ray/digital release. Expand
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JPG127May 18, 2018
This was a great movie. Domino and Cable were awesome. Not as great as the first. But it still stands on its own merits. Never bored once and the previews did not ruin it. Will probably wait a week or two to see it again.
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Megajohn85May 18, 2018
Not many films can survive the sophmore jinx. Deadpool 2 survives this curse in spades and joins the ranks of great second installments such as Terminator 2, X2, Winter Soldier and Aliens. Action packed, a comedy masterclass and aNot many films can survive the sophmore jinx. Deadpool 2 survives this curse in spades and joins the ranks of great second installments such as Terminator 2, X2, Winter Soldier and Aliens. Action packed, a comedy masterclass and a surprisingly emotional story which is stronger than the first film makes this film a definitive must see for the summer Expand
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KevinChau5May 18, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Greatest Superhero ever seen! Best one since Deadpool 1, Loved the performances and new characters, this holds the title of the last film which Hugh Jackman played Wolverine which was sad to see! If you guys haven't seen it, you guys gotta see this! Lots of Action scenes and laughs! DON'T TAKE YOUR KIDS TO SEE THIS!! Expand
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eagleeyevikingMay 25, 2018
Emotional, action-packed, and hilarious, Deadpool 2 doesn't break any new ground, but treads the beaten path with wild abandon.
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OG2tonneMay 22, 2018
This is a **** badass movie and don't let the pricks and pretentious critics tell you otherwise. Go watch it
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NerdHausMay 28, 2018
Overall, I did enjoy this film and will be watching it again as I am a Marvel fanboy. The film has fantastic action sequences a handful of very funny jokes and a good sprinkling of Marvel easter eggs for the non fan boy and the hardcore comicOverall, I did enjoy this film and will be watching it again as I am a Marvel fanboy. The film has fantastic action sequences a handful of very funny jokes and a good sprinkling of Marvel easter eggs for the non fan boy and the hardcore comic geeks. However, I did find myself becoming fatigued with the sheer amount of jokes in every scene. Expand
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miccaelMay 18, 2018
#1 : movie will divide some fans of 1st part. #2: more jokes miss than hit
#3: bunch of unexplained plotholes
#4: too many references for non US audience. #5: some obvious SJW BS humour #6: music choices & some jokes were “inspired” by
#1 : movie will divide some fans of 1st part. #2: more jokes miss than hit
#3: bunch of unexplained plotholes
#4: too many references for non US audience.
#5: some obvious SJW BS humour
#6: music choices & some jokes were “inspired” by previous movie
#7: no after credit scene is sad
#8: amazing intro #9: some similarities with comics/source but obvious major differences
#10: greenscreen and CGI was good but somewhat noticeable
#11: Cameos were great. #12: some dull moments including really long “pre-ending scene”.
#13: fight scenes are amazing but Tim Miller’s version was more bigger-wider-farther camera angle.
#14: some sound mixing had issues in the begging of movie
#15: actors were great! #16: writers need to read more comics or at least play the Deadpool game to get the style of deadpool reactions to things. I still think they missed it.
#17: less 4th wall breaks! Sad!
#18: 4th wall breaks are mainly - talk to camera 3 times, queue the music. no use of environment or limitations of movies to break the wall other ways
#19: 1st 10 min of the movie "sets" things in too convoluted way, like a montage. Cmon guys, It's not 2000s. no fillers needed
Finally #20: some plot changes did not caught up with me, but since it's comedy, I may allow it to pass.
Overall: yes, second viewing WILL make it easier to understand but that's not fair.
Sequel added to the lore a lot, though, but ending did not hint on possible 3rd part.

(personal opinion, not a film critic, just a movie fan)
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Megajohn01May 18, 2018
The summer has begun and Deadpool and crew have brought the party!!! An action packed, rib busting rollercoaster ride that you’d be a fool to skip
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AndrewBurgeMay 22, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Stuntman turned director David Leitch's 'Deadpool 2' starts with a bang... literally. Among the very first scenes our hero lies on top of a bunch of fuel canisters and blows himself up in glorious slow-motion. The result of this is the loss of his lover, Vanessa (Morena Baccarin) and with that said, this film is more absurd but at the same time more emotional that the first one... well, sort of, this is Deadpool after all, a vulgar anti-hero who cannot die.

If the first 'Deadpool' was about introducing the 4th wall breaking elements and intelligent and burning references to popular culture, this film takes it to a whole new level. Seriously, rather than listing the moments which contain these smart and witty comments, it is actually easier to list the moments which do not. This is, of course, incredibly funny, and the lines are delivered with perfect timing and tone by a Ryan Reynolds which I think it's safe to say lost his mind after playing this character (in a good way, of course). Unfortunately, this is a double-edged sword. You see, this film takes a pretty serious plot about a troubled and abused mutant child, a ruined family and a tragic death; themes which are often parodied in an offensive but incredibly funny manner. The problem is not here though.

The problem starts with the way this film treats itself. Starting even from its marketing campaign, it does not want to be taken seriously, nor it wants appreciation. Is almost as if it has no trust upon itself. But again, no problem here, as its self-deprecating humor is so good that it really does not matter. The tingle comes when it attempts to actually take something seriously - like the relationship between Deadpool and Vanessa, and Wilson's regret of not being able to save her. After ridiculing every single serious element and throwing continuous roast comedy rounds at everything, you do not want anything else. Is like living in a dark room for weeks. When you get out, the light is unbearable and you could not care less about it.

But, 'Deadpool 2' hits where it matters, delivering perfect dark humor, masterfully breaking the 4th wall; its biggest achievement though is the way it uses comedy to advance its serious plot, even though some hiccups are occasionally noticeable. But, as Deadpool said: 'lazy writers'.
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olsont7675May 19, 2018
I liked the first one mostly because it was different in a new way. This movie is more of the same. It wasn't bad, but I got tired of everything, and I mean everything, being sarcastically delivered. I get that it is his character, but it gotI liked the first one mostly because it was different in a new way. This movie is more of the same. It wasn't bad, but I got tired of everything, and I mean everything, being sarcastically delivered. I get that it is his character, but it got very old, very quickly. I enjoyed the story, and the actors were all good. It just didn't bring me anything new. I feel like most people will like it because of the sarcasm, but I just feel like it could have been more. If the reason you liked the first one, was strictly because you enjoyed the one liners, then you will enjoy this movie. Expand
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tsarouhasMay 18, 2018
It is so-so, definitely worse than the first one. It wasn't that funny,which made the first deadpool so successful, though it had its moments. Stil fun, but I would skip it in the cinema
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JNOTRMay 18, 2018
I left the movie theater disappointed, Deadpool had been one of the best movies of 2016 and I expected much more from this. I think the main problem with this film is that there are many things that are said and little time to digest it,I left the movie theater disappointed, Deadpool had been one of the best movies of 2016 and I expected much more from this. I think the main problem with this film is that there are many things that are said and little time to digest it, which ends with many missed opportunities. The film manages to entertain and cause laughter, but not at the level of its predecessor. Still, the action scenes are excellent, the emotional scenes move, there are a couple of gags that cause a lot of laughter, the cameos are impressive and Deadpool does not lose his touch yet. Deadpool 2 entertains, but, it had more potential if it had put so many elements at once. Expand
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RktimMay 19, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Remember how Bad Santa was a great movie because it focused on the main characters killing law enforcement officers and white collar workers while just randomly making up reasons to kill them on the fly to justify what they where doing? Remember how when you where a kid you always thought superheroes where awesome because of how easily they could kill Timmy while he is trying to put food on his table?
Yeah that's the goal of the power fantasy according to Deadpool 2.

You might argue that such things are often the case but rarely is it this blatant. This movie plays out the power fantasy as if the writers had only had the basic concept explained to them by someone that hates power fantasies.

I loved the first Deadpool movie, I find the over-the-top violence and forth wall breaking shenanigans hilarious, but at some point half way through this movie just lost me as laughter and amazement started to turn in to a dull wait for it to end.

Time for spoilers!
I get it, I get that the guards at the ICE box are all horrible anti-mutant racists and so are the employees at the orphanage. However if you take a step back and look at what the movie actually shows you then what? Deadpool goes on a killing spree killing prison guards and people transporting convicts, we know a few of them hates mutants (not that they deserve to die for that but hey it's a movie so I can accept that as a justification) but we know nothing about the rest.

As for the orphanage? The director is some nutjob that should be locked up for a few years, one guy looked creepy, that's it, that's all we get to know.
Picture this: You get a job at an orphanage for mutant kids, director has some thing he does to the kids that seems to hurt but you don't know **** about mutants and he says it helps them. Also you know there have been generations of kids living here and leaving so if something was wrong the cops should have been here a long time ago right? Then suddenly one day that **** mutant **** that randomly shot your coworker last weak shows up with some woman and a dude with an assault rifle, they torch the place and start to murder people. Do you A) Grab a gun and try to protect the kids from the murderous psychopaths or B) Run for your life?
Also they are screaming about how fun it is to kill pedophiles and everyone are just looking around confused wondering where the hell that came from.

Where Deadpool 2 really fails is that it doesn't mange to set up a real goal for the movie, or a reason for why we need to have super heroes do any of this. Deal with Juggernaut? Sure, that could have been solved by Deadpool and Cable not killing law enforcement officials to begin with. Kid going mental and killing people, see previous statement. Ok so whats the way around that? Well you make the movie all deep and emotional, that's how you work with hat dynamic yet? And they did (tried to). BUT ITS A **** DEADPOOL MOVIE. I did not pay to go and see 20+ minutes of deep and emotional. I paid to see awesome fights between people with superpowers and maybe a couple hundred criminal henchmen being killed. Not just a few superheros slaughtering normal humans out of whom a majority are likely to just be innocent guys trying to live their life while working fairly respectable jobs. "But they fought Juggernaut" yeah for like 30 seconds and at that point they had already lost me. Also that's like the lames guy they could have been put up against to begin with. "Whats your thing?" - "I'm tall and have allot of muscles.." - "k..". On top of that Juggernaut wasn't even the point, he was just a small side note to be used as a plot device for a subplot no one cared about.

The reason I compared the movie to Bad Santa is because it basically comes down to "What if the kid in Bad Santa had a gun and was going to shoot his bullies?". But we don't need the pure awesome that is Deadpool to make that that movie, it's a waste of a character.

And then they have time travel and they use it just about as responsible as you would expect them to, aka not responsibly at all. Look, never have time travel, just don't. If you must send someone forward ONCE or someone back ONCE (from really far in to the future), and preferably never ever back, ever. Yes they ended by making the entire movie pointless and a waste of time as nothing of it ever actually happened because magic wrist watch, it might as well have been a dream. Actually it would have been better if it had just been one of Deadpools deranged dreams, then it would actually have made some **** sense.
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LorendilMay 18, 2018
I went to see DP2 with intent to have fun. I got what I wanted and more. Love the movie.
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jimmywalterMay 19, 2018
Sooo much better that Infinity War. Deep for a superhero movie - the puns and allusions came so fast you have to watch it twice to hear them all (ok, puns and allusions are not "deep" in the philosophical sense - but they are intellectual).Sooo much better that Infinity War. Deep for a superhero movie - the puns and allusions came so fast you have to watch it twice to hear them all (ok, puns and allusions are not "deep" in the philosophical sense - but they are intellectual). And, unlike most of Marvel's universe, the villains/bad guys can actually and do redeem themselves - ok, some are not allowed to, but at least some do. That is the problem with superhero movies, ~"a great hero requires a great villain", i.e. pure evil, which of course, does not exist - just as superheros do not. Be that as it may, this one was fun to watch, had great humor - ok, here comes the sermon - but too much drug use promotion (and remember, alcohol is the most abused drug in the world, though tobacco kills the most). Sorry for the sermon. At any rate, if your budget is limited, don't see Infinity War, see this one - much more bang for your buck. Also Rampage is better than Infinity Stones and deserves a higher rating. Expand
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ibarixJun 8, 2018
Totally overhyped. Nothing special. Couple of funny scenes (parachuting or legs scenes) but that's about it. Too many drama moments for this kind of comedy. The plot was bad. I gave 0 only to balance all the hype 9s and 10s. It's really not aTotally overhyped. Nothing special. Couple of funny scenes (parachuting or legs scenes) but that's about it. Too many drama moments for this kind of comedy. The plot was bad. I gave 0 only to balance all the hype 9s and 10s. It's really not a great movie. Very forgettable. Expand
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KenmeiMay 18, 2018
By design, this movie is essentially what the first one could have been with a much higher budget. DP 2 hits on literally the same notes as the first movie and there's a good amount of 4th wall breaking action to go with a few rehashed jokesBy design, this movie is essentially what the first one could have been with a much higher budget. DP 2 hits on literally the same notes as the first movie and there's a good amount of 4th wall breaking action to go with a few rehashed jokes from the original. It's still absolutely hilarious to watch and Ryan Reynolds is definitely not afraid to make fun of himself at any moment to garner a laugh or two. I just wish that the one thing the movie wasn't afraid of was making fun of it's super dull, and super boring main plot that barely acts as a way to keep the laughs going. It was the same with the first movie. The writers are clearly not afraid to poke fun at anything, unless that happens to carry anything forward with the plot. It's such an easy setup too since both movies now have been almost the definition of a stereotypical hero growth formula we've seen from hundreds of other movies at this point. Still I'll give them credit for pushing the envelope yet again here with some of the humor subject matter and it makes me wonder what they'll do for future movies since Marvel will prob own the X-Men franchise before a 3rd one can come out. Expand
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BrianMcCriticMay 19, 2018
While the story lacks some of the bite of the first one, its comedy chops are as strong as ever. The film captures the essence of the character and for a sequel that is the most important part. B+
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TimW001May 19, 2018
The movie is as fun as you want it to be. If you're into this type of fourth wall, tongue in cheek kind of humour then you'll love it. The movie doesn't pretend to be anything else but a fun, action comedy. Definitely a Hard R rating withThe movie is as fun as you want it to be. If you're into this type of fourth wall, tongue in cheek kind of humour then you'll love it. The movie doesn't pretend to be anything else but a fun, action comedy. Definitely a Hard R rating with lots of killing. Great special effects and action sequences, a great climax as well with a good mix of action and humour. The supporting cast did a great job. I definitely recommend seeing it, it was a very humorous film. Expand
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Meth-dudeMay 20, 2018
As far as superhero movies go, Deadpool 2 was a fun surprise. Despite it's rather unfunny jokes and it's predictability, it still manages to be quite entertaining and fun to watch. The acting is great, the CGI, while not being great is stillAs far as superhero movies go, Deadpool 2 was a fun surprise. Despite it's rather unfunny jokes and it's predictability, it still manages to be quite entertaining and fun to watch. The acting is great, the CGI, while not being great is still good enough and the action sequences were well made. If you're a fan of Marvel/DC movies, you will undoubtedly like this one. Expand
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FarhanFirozMay 22, 2018
Deadpool 2 is an absolute fun Ride From start to Finish. It has everything that u expect from its meta witty jokes , 4th wall breaking , charismatic performances and outstanding action sequences which is as good as the first one. The movieDeadpool 2 is an absolute fun Ride From start to Finish. It has everything that u expect from its meta witty jokes , 4th wall breaking , charismatic performances and outstanding action sequences which is as good as the first one. The movie has loads of surprises and most of all it has heart in the core of this movie which is something unique coming out of a character like Deadpool. My only grip with this movie is not all the jokes land but apart from that its a great sequel which not much CBM's accomplish when it comes to second outing in a franchise. Expand
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Mitya64May 19, 2018
Безумный фильм. Во много раз лучше, чем первый дедпул и новые мстители. Куча смешных моментов. Много драк и крутая музыка. Отсылок полно сделали. Сюжет совсем безумный в хорошем смысле. А в конце титров шнур играет.Безумный фильм. Во много раз лучше, чем первый дедпул и новые мстители. Куча смешных моментов. Много драк и крутая музыка. Отсылок полно сделали. Сюжет совсем безумный в хорошем смысле. А в конце титров шнур играет.
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Mrcool1989May 21, 2018
Deadpool is a good movie, but there were times in the movie where the jokes just didn’t go over well. The action was amazing just like the first one, and the cameos were a nice touch. Josh Bolin and Zazie Beets both kill it as Cable andDeadpool is a good movie, but there were times in the movie where the jokes just didn’t go over well. The action was amazing just like the first one, and the cameos were a nice touch. Josh Bolin and Zazie Beets both kill it as Cable and Domino please bring them back ASAP. Expand
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JitatmanMay 18, 2018
NO SPOILERS.. AGAIN.. Because I'm good people.. ;)

It was R-rated movie, so fainthearted people, please don't read it.. I request only the **** who are above certain age (& mind) continue to read.. Since the first Deadpool came out, it was
NO SPOILERS.. AGAIN.. Because I'm good people.. ;)

It was R-rated movie, so fainthearted people, please don't read it.. I request only the **** who are above certain age (& mind) continue to read..

Since the first Deadpool came out, it was bananas for the douchebags.. swear here & there.. **** it, suck it, chuck-chuck it.. :D

The story had pacing issues but on the other hand's middle finger, you get mind blowing action sequences.. Awesome slo-mos.. Nasty jokes.. oh, **** it..

I think anyone who makes a sequel has more pressure to live up to the standards of the first sucking movie, but DP2 is entertaining enough to forget all that ****

~ DP, Reynolds, Ma man.. If not him, I can't imagine any other douchebag to play this sucker named DP.. ****ing Awesome Sucker.. In Yo Face Logan (P.S I Love You Hugh, nothing personal)

~ Cable, Brolin, man.. Just 3 weeks ago, you **** you destroyed half the universe (My Wanda :* :( ) & now you've won our hearts in DP2, man.. Just give me a hug.. come on, come on..

~ Ooooohhhhh.. You guessed her right, you lascivious bastards.. :P Vanessa
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StaticFXMay 18, 2018
Firstly I'd like to say how I am delighted that the trailer did not ruin any of the jokes, plot or surprises of this movie (as was the same with the first Deadpool). Secondly and without doubt, the only thing I can say about this movie isFirstly I'd like to say how I am delighted that the trailer did not ruin any of the jokes, plot or surprises of this movie (as was the same with the first Deadpool). Secondly and without doubt, the only thing I can say about this movie is that it is even better than the first one, which is rare for a sequel. Fox obviously saw the light after the success of the first movie. You must see this movie if you are a fan of laughing a crude humor. Expand
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thefilmfascistMay 18, 2018
Deadpool is back and better than ever! this sequel packs in more raunchy, fourth-wall breaking humor and gut-wrenching action than the first. This film is full of a ton of stellar pop culture references and blink and you miss it cameos. TheDeadpool is back and better than ever! this sequel packs in more raunchy, fourth-wall breaking humor and gut-wrenching action than the first. This film is full of a ton of stellar pop culture references and blink and you miss it cameos. The pacing in this film is a little all over the place but it smoothes out during the second act. the acting in this film is on point, and Julian Denison proves that he can handle his own and shine even through the biggest of action stars. One thing that is very original in a comic book movie and that turned out great is that the film has no physical big bad, instead, Deadpool is forced through a sequence of unfortunate events until he hits rock bottom. Zazzie Beet's Domino is by far one of the coolest characters in the film and her powers are depicted perfectly. the film also does a good job of balancing its budget, although some of the VFX shots are a little wonky. I wasn't very fond of Josh Brolin's Cable, he felt a little too over the top. Overall, Deadpool 2 is a great film that improves on the original with surprisingly a lot of heart. Expand
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alissa914gMay 20, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Some of the jokes fell flat compared to the first movie. It seemed like we were getting a more toned down version of Deadpool. In the first movie, he was an assassin (or Special Forces) and his introduction was interesting. Here, his story for the first 1/3 of the movie was drawn out and boring. Then he has X-Force and SPOILERS:



They all die except for Domino. So all those intros in the commercials was pretty much all of what you see them do in the movie. Also, the CGI on Colossus was just bad. In the first one, he felt like he was really there. In this one, he felt like he was CGI. The ending scene in the credits was OK although it didn't really explain how he could jump into himself but yet when he jumps into the scene where Wolverine was there, he's a second person..... And enough with the Green Lantern jokes.....

The jokes that did make the cut weren't that funny though. Some were good but most of them were expected and seemed toned down compared to the first one. Also they toned down the violence compared to the first one. That whole intro scene in the 1st movie was epic. Now we have a CGI fest that seemed too short and ultimately disappointing. I figured with all of the promos behind this movie before the release that this movie would not be like the first one. And it seems to be true. I think some of the jokes required you to be really invested in MCU and the comics, of which I admit that I am not. I just liked Avengers 1, Iron Man 1 & 3 (and some of 2), and Captain America 1 & 2 (more towards 2). Since CA2, I haven't been as impressed with MCU movies and I think I'm over them now. Even with Star Wars and Disney, after Last Jedi, I feel like my excitement for that too has dwindled. It's like we need to step away from franchises and maybe just make well written movies again without factoring in sequels and merchandising.
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amheretojudgeMay 18, 2018
well, that's just lazy writing..

Deadpool 2 A sadistic approach on the comic tone has always been its window which they have increased to an annoying amount of time as it manages to undermine the current moment. Just as the first
well, that's just lazy writing..

Deadpool 2

A sadistic approach on the comic tone has always been its window which they have increased to an annoying amount of time as it manages to undermine the current moment. Just as the first installment, there isn't much to look forward to on the plotline (which is predictable) but the journey it takes; even though it derails a lot, is intriguing and amusing at the same time. The major conundrum of the feature would be the lack of connection with the audience (even though the protagonist is literally filling in the audience with the details) as the stakes and emotions projected in here are shallow and doesn't go as anticipated. The songs are upbeat but the technical aspects could have been a lot better like the background score, vfx and editing. David Leitch has done a decent work on directing and pulling off the mayhem that this feature is, but unfortunately wasn't supported by the cinematography or the choreography which is essential in such features. The performance isn't upto the mark by Ryan Reynolds (but then Deadpool is quite complex to play) and neither is supported to that extent by Josh Brolin which comes off a bit disappointing. Deadpool 2 is an overstretched feature that numbs the emotions as it ages on screen let along draw it out and the soul reason would be due to the wafer thin script that never bothers to even justify the actions occurring or even make a definite point out of it. Having said that, if considered as just a parody of another installment of its predecessor, it works just fine.
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Lonejumper23May 19, 2018
This was not a great movie but I give it a 5 because it is Deadpool! The story was all over the place, acting was horrible, comedy was over used and the characters were sub par, except for Cable that stole the show. I saw this on openingThis was not a great movie but I give it a 5 because it is Deadpool! The story was all over the place, acting was horrible, comedy was over used and the characters were sub par, except for Cable that stole the show. I saw this on opening night in IMAX but this is a rental and don't waste your money. Expand
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dpaudiophileMay 23, 2018
Snarky, meta, the modern Deadpool brand continues to build a new fan base solely on memes and arbitrary references. Deadpool 2 is more of the same that you remember from the first flick; if you're into that kind of humor and you likeSnarky, meta, the modern Deadpool brand continues to build a new fan base solely on memes and arbitrary references. Deadpool 2 is more of the same that you remember from the first flick; if you're into that kind of humor and you like superhero movies, and decent action, then you'll probably really enjoy Deadpool 2. I disliked it very much, but thought it was better than the first. Expand
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mrmonsterMay 20, 2018
Deadpool 2 is absolutely perfect movie. It is funny, action packed, and very unpredictable. Deadpool 2 is a great movie that will give you the most fun two hours you'll spend in a movie theater all summer. Better than Avengers: Infinity War.
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StUnNeR_H2KMay 18, 2018
If you loved the original Deadpool then Deadpool 2 will be a treat!

They do a great job of building on the original.
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CracksunMay 19, 2018
Way better than the first movie, so fun to watch, fantastic family movie ^^
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lordaeron1May 18, 2018
This is the best comedyactionSi-fiDrama movie I have ever seen.

Amazing writing and execution, This is an upgraded version of Deadpool 1. Crazy funny and if your reading this, stop and go watch it right now! The whole theatre was laughing
This is the best comedyactionSi-fiDrama movie I have ever seen.

Amazing writing and execution, This is an upgraded version of Deadpool 1. Crazy funny and if your reading this, stop and go watch it right now!
The whole theatre was laughing they're [email protected]# OFF the whole movie.
In years I didn't see this happen and I am very glad it did. This movie will make you laugh to tears (in a good way).

The movie deserves at least 9.5 rating at least.
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Davrosdaleks1May 18, 2018
Although I liked the first movie a little bit more, this movie was still a blast. It is definitely funnier than the first. Be sure to stick around when the credits start for the mid-credits scene. Trust me. You don't want to miss whatAlthough I liked the first movie a little bit more, this movie was still a blast. It is definitely funnier than the first. Be sure to stick around when the credits start for the mid-credits scene. Trust me. You don't want to miss what happens.

This movie has a better budget than the first one, which results in better action scenes and a lot more places and characters for Deadpool to interact with, which keeps things more interesting. Brolin does a good job as the straight man in Deadpool's world of insanity and kicking butt. However, it's Zazie Beets who really steals the show as Domino. She does a great job as the sassy, sarcastic counterpart to Deadpool and her luck powers work for some really creative fight scenes. No spoilers, but one X-Men character who has never gotten his or her due finally gets his/her cinematic moment to shine.

Now, why do I think the first one is better if this one is funnier? Deadpool 1 was a lot more solid plot-wise. Deadpool 2 is darker and more anarchist than the first. At times, the more serious scenes feel like they conflict with the more humorous ones. I do appreciate the need for an emotional backbone to the film, things could've been smoother. Anyway, if you liked the first you should still really like this.
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avaDMay 18, 2018
Cool film, really liked it! Very funny but also very violent, defo not for kids. Reynolds and Brolin are super hot, worth the ticket price alone :)
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KarlCrosProMay 21, 2018
Wayyyy better than the 1st, amazing how they kept it so fresh. Didn't feel like a typical sequel which is how it should be.
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geraldinescyniMay 21, 2018
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Stampede60kkMay 18, 2018
Boring and dull. Repeating the first movie. Wasting money. Better watch home if want.
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GreatMartinMay 25, 2018
I couldn't tell you a DC comic book based movie from a Marvel comic book based movie and not being particularly interested in either I went to see the original "Antman" and Deadpool" because of the actors involved. To my surprise, I enjoyedI couldn't tell you a DC comic book based movie from a Marvel comic book based movie and not being particularly interested in either I went to see the original "Antman" and Deadpool" because of the actors involved. To my surprise, I enjoyed both and was looking forward to their sequels even though, in most cases, the sequels are very disappointing. "Deadpool2" is a very big disappointment in that it throws everything it can on the screen and very little of the sarcasm or irony, let alone course 'humor' comes across. There are 1 or 2 smiles along the way but that is about it.

There is some attempt to make a story about creating your own family which is completely undermined time after time. The film is filled with raunchy words, gestures, crude, rude comments and actions plus a continuous dismemberment of every limb a person has. There are a couple of lines and sights of what one would call banter such as comparing "Yentl"s "Papa, Can You Hear Me" to "Frozen"s "Do You Want To Build A Snowman" but even that would probably go over most of the audience's head. Three screenwriters, including the star along with Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, put everything into a movie about a super comic hero that you have seen before and will see again but whereas in the first "Deadpool" it made fun of it all here they try to make fun but fail.

Ryan Reynolds gives it his all which is plenty and his breezy manner help but to no avail. Josh Brolin, as dour as can be doesn't get to laugh whether Reynolds places his bare hands on Brolin's bare butt cheeks or when he lands face down on Reynolds crotch and I wonder if either get hazard pay for these extra stunts?

Morena Baccarin, as Reynolds's love, is beautiful and that is all her role really cares for except to be beautiful even when dead, talking and walking. Stefan Kapicic is an impressive Colossus (at least voice-wise as the 'person' seems to be a special effect), cabbie Rob Delaney, offering some humor, along with a teenage mutant Julian Dennison who is just in an annoying role and a new band of superheroes consisting of Terry Crews, Lewis Tan, Bill Skarsgard along with Rob Delany whose superpower is being an ordinary person. Leslie Uggams returns as a blind neighbor of Deadpool and also new superhero Zazie Beetz who lights the screen up every time she is on it.

"Deadpool 2" is really a waste of money and time so I will give this genre one more chance when the sequel to "Antman" comes out.
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Arko777May 18, 2018
Deadpool 2 is a wild ride filled with a great characters, bizarre humour and unexpected twists and turns. I never got bored during the entire movie, and I was laughing most of the time with the rest of the audience. If you enjoyed firstDeadpool 2 is a wild ride filled with a great characters, bizarre humour and unexpected twists and turns. I never got bored during the entire movie, and I was laughing most of the time with the rest of the audience. If you enjoyed first movie, you will get even more fun from this one. Expand
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Creeper3455May 20, 2018
The first Deadpool is a movie that will always stay in my heart,not because of the movie's quality,but because it's the movie that inspired me to start my career as a movie critic. (Crazy,right?)
Now we have a sequel about the Merc With a
The first Deadpool is a movie that will always stay in my heart,not because of the movie's quality,but because it's the movie that inspired me to start my career as a movie critic. (Crazy,right?)
Now we have a sequel about the Merc With a Mouth that falls into the usual 'Sequel Curse’,where instead of expanding the characters,they expand the ante on so many levels,some of them really unnecessary.
This was another half-disappointment for me (not like LEGO Ninjago where at the end,it made me feel empty).
Sure,the characters’ writing is here and there (that’s where Cable needs its own paragraph),but they play everything (triple emphasize ”EVERYTHING”) for a laugh. From Josh Brolin to RoboCop to Winnie The Pooh all of a sudden,which was very funny at times,certainly. Take that and cram in some excellent action sequences into a rather complex story that sometimes feels like a superhero movie and sometimes like a Friday Night Movie.
This is the kind of movie that feels like if the studio gave David Leitch (the director of this movie) a Checklist,where, as said, everything would be played for a laugh and sometimes there would be some setups to something.
Anywho,Cable, alongside Deadpool,is probably the one character who carries this entire movie. The Director and screenwriters’ passion was indeed there to make them feel like “He can be more than just a Rip-Off Terminator,I mean….He can travel through time!”. The movie would sometimes try and be as emotional as Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2,and sometimes it works,but sometimes it feels unearned.
Although you better stick around the end for that End-Credits sequence. Trust me,it'll be worth the pennies.
In the end,Deadpool 2 is just plain funny,and that's all you need to know going into it.
Is it better than the first one? Nowhere near,but nonetheless,it's “The First Great Movie Of The Summer”,which should tell you something. (I wish I would've said it with Infinity War if they didn't release it on April)
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GBG_JasonMay 21, 2018
It takes a special kind of character to break the fourth wall and talk to the audience in a way that Deadpool does. While this happens from time to time, outside of the few times this occurs in Fight Club, I cannot think of a single majorIt takes a special kind of character to break the fourth wall and talk to the audience in a way that Deadpool does. While this happens from time to time, outside of the few times this occurs in Fight Club, I cannot think of a single major film to date that has done this successfully. The first Deadpool film did this seamlessly as it took us on a journey through the anti-hero’s shady past, and the follow up builds on this as well as other aspects flawlessly. Everything from the over-the-top violence and crude humor to the one off cameos, Deadpool 2 hits its target, even when aiming left of center.

The film opens an unknown amount of time after the events of the first film, with Deadpool using his abilities to take down high value targets that other assassins are too afraid or ill-equipped to handle. After pissing off the wrong target, he loses everything and is soon suicidal, found by Colossus and taken in by the X-Men. Needless to say, his first mission as part of the team goes south and he’s found in a mutant prison. Soon into his stay, the time traveling Cable, played perfectly by Josh Brolin (Avengers Infinity War, Sicario) arrives to assassinate Deadpool’s new cellmate. After his violent escape, he sets out with his not so trusty sidekick Weasel, played by TJ Miller (Silicon Valley) to build a team, known as X-Force. The team sadly falls apart too soon, as the characters play well off of each other.

The entire cast works well, playing out like a highly dysfunctional family with the supporting cast offering just as many, if not more laughs than Ryan Reynolds in the titular role (as well as pulling an uncredited double duty as one of the film’s villains). Reynolds, Brolin, and Zazie Beetz (Atlanta) as Domino bring the characters to life, ripped straight from the pages of the Marvel Comics’ series they are based upon. Beetz simply steals any scene she is in with her comic timing and commanding presence, avoiding her becoming nothing but eye candy, which is the case with many of the female superheroes (I.E. Black Widow, Catwoman, Harley Quinn). My lingering complaint with the film is that Domino’s makeup and hair differ greatly from the comics and make the character almost unrecognizable visually. While I can see why the opted to have a single eye covered in white makeup opposed to her entire body, which would be a nightmare touching up on the set of an action film, I found her afro to differ greatly and is far from tactical, considering she’s an assassin.

The movie involves some time travel, which has been an issue in the past with the overall series but this movie handles it well, making few changes in the past that would come back to bite them in the ass. The X-Men film series are known for having the very definition of a nightmare when it comes to continuity, and Deadpool 2 does right some of these wrongs, yet makes some similar mistakes as well, due to a blink and you miss it cameo. The film even goes as far as to try to right one of the series past mistakes.

Much like the original film, there is quite a bit of CGI that works well. Colossus makes a triumphant return, and while he looked a bit too SyFy channel movie of the week in terms of appearance in the original, he often looks like he is a legit man made of metal in this outing. While I feel his appearance in X2 was more appealing, this venture was a step in the right direction. The movie’s biggest baddie (in terms of size and scope) is also 100% CGI and looks impressive, with this being his best on screen appearance to date.

If you thought the original Deadpool was an immature, crude, hyperviolent piece of trash, you’ll probably think the same of this sequel. If you’re like me and look at him as one of the best superheros on the market, film or otherwise, you’ll have an amazing time watching the story unfold.
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aabdoMay 22, 2018
This movie is ugly and horrible in every way, bad language, ugly people, killing of many people, noise and explosions, this is it. There is no story. Is this why people open their wallets? what culture is this? and then they ask why do weThis movie is ugly and horrible in every way, bad language, ugly people, killing of many people, noise and explosions, this is it. There is no story. Is this why people open their wallets? what culture is this? and then they ask why do we have mass shootings? and what we can do? Expand
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TrevorsViewMay 24, 2018
As expected, installment number two meets Deadpool’s fans eye-to-eye, building off the first one thanks to improved story arcs. Nevertheless, amongst all the comic book genre tomfoolery Deadpool 2 continues, most old and new characters,As expected, installment number two meets Deadpool’s fans eye-to-eye, building off the first one thanks to improved story arcs. Nevertheless, amongst all the comic book genre tomfoolery Deadpool 2 continues, most old and new characters, particularly Vanessa, still a motiveless victim, serve zero plot purpose. Cross my heart when I say this: Vanessa’s so-called motivational words leave no impact on however little story exists, Wade’s unfortunate dad backstory already serves plenty motivation for his emotional state. Likewise, Dopinder receives a dumb unnecessary subplot eager for contract killer work, and Weasel does literally nothing… like, at all. Yet Blind Al still expresses genuine life despite her shades and should still hit your funny bone in the same way she did before.

Now for the new characters. Despite being a relatively good antagonist, Cable’s whole scenario of a future cyborg sent back to execute someone who’ll cause a future tragedy rips-off Terminator. The fourteen-year-old mutant, Firefist, is supposedly there to be an unofficial son figure to Deadpool, yet because of the poor writing that thinks outside in, that piece of heart never ties the film’s emotional beats together. In the first feature, it felt like the characters were all exaggerated by Deadpool’s interpretation of them, but this time around, that feel is gone.

The lazy messages take forever to develop without cleverly exploiting its moral against discrimination. The first motion picture focused on Wade Wilson’s new life once his mutation made him facially resemble a Dorothy/Scarecrow baby, except here, his facial disfigurement never effects the narrative. Though director David Leitch does utilize true nastiness through his crafty exploitations of the anti-hero’s powers, a gritty level quite dissimilar to other superheroes improved off the first installment.

The satisfactory direction indeed allows a few successful pieces of comedy: the very first frame’s jab throw at Logan should guarantee a big hoot! But several other jokes hypocritically focus on criticizing “lazy writing,” which this too is guilty of. Its awkward jumps between emotion and humor triggers laughs only during the worst instances, the hills ever so alive with odd tonal shifts:

A skee-ball token to Wade from Vanessa
A sign for their love like a lounge in Marquesa
Their situation will tug those heart strings
This is one of many odd tonal things.

Funny moments get sandwiched between sadness
Fear for their conflicts will lead you to madness
Martha‘s just one pop culture gag it brings
This is one of many odd tonal things

Although they’re funny these jokes will turn dated
Plus a Brad Pitt cameo so berated
Most tasteless lines will leave some quite foul stings
This is one of many odd tonal things

When the film ends
When the crowd roars
When the viewers’ glad

​I simply remember it mocks all smart folks
And then it will seem… so bad!

By mocking “smart folks,” Deadpool ultimately says to follow your impulses, since anyone following authority deserves public mockery. Its racist intro turns that disdainful attitude quite inappropriate when Deadpool kills Asians to cool music, Kill Bill style, Sicily next on his radar. Most responsibility of this mocking lands on Julian Dennison, an awful child actor who plays Firefist by screaming in a bad accent. He pales beneath some more talented cast members, particularly Leslie Uggams, whose angry nature still acutely depicts Blind Al.

Off a practical perspective, a generic car chase breaks innumerable laws of physics. Deadpool’s powers overall suggest literal immortality, as if his powers’ limitations were apparently made up on the spot throughout the pre-production process. Numerous images attempt to make its action memorable by relying on graphic blood-splatter. The works of Mel Gibson took on infamously gruesome visuals to help advance powerful emotion; Deadpool 2 fails to do the same.

Funny enough, Mr. Pool guy tells you right away while the first feature’s a date movie, this one’s a family movie. He then lies right away about his sex-toy story by saying every great family production starts with a murder: Bambi and The Lion King as prime examples. Ahem, look at E.T., Beauty and the Beast, and WALL-E! Why would credibility exist within a mockery of family productions if the screenwriters misunderstand their functionality? Despite stress on a family message, the interpersonal interactions on screen here suggest the opposite of a family.

Ultimately, him dressed in Bob Ross attire was the only way Deadpool improved my life, leading me right into watching The Joy of Painting on YouTube out of intrigue. Yes, you might call it an instance where the trailer became better than the end product.
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CoreyC55May 18, 2018
The year of Marvel continues. While Deadpool 2 is not as great as Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War it is still a fun action movie. It is true that the breaking of the fourth wall is running thin the jokes is still funny. I liked RyanThe year of Marvel continues. While Deadpool 2 is not as great as Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War it is still a fun action movie. It is true that the breaking of the fourth wall is running thin the jokes is still funny. I liked Ryan taking jabs at DC with how Cable is dark just like the DCCU. If Disney buys Fox I would like to see Deadpool in Guardians 3 cause he would fit right in. Expand
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cloudmanMay 19, 2018
A sardonic derivative mess with self-destructive impulses. Howard the Duck had a better sense of humor. Bring on Solo, please seriously.
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NecroWarlockMay 21, 2018
whoever **** up Domino needs to die. whoever **** up Domino needs to die. whoever **** up Domino needs to die.
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A-INGMay 25, 2018
Nothing special, just another generical movie. The comics are bad explorated.
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jakeprp88May 20, 2018
I will never see a Deadpool movie again too much joking the cursing its a marvel movie it should be for kids
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Kes4278May 21, 2018
This movies is better than the first one in my opinion. It was so emotional when Vanessa died. And juggernaut was amazing! The movie is also really funny and Domino was my favorite
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DOHmetacritic10May 22, 2018
It's just great. Really. It is better than the first, sharper and more edgy. The action is legit as well. If you liked the first film even a little go see it. If you didn't like the first one, you are a grumpy grand parent and you shouldn'tIt's just great. Really. It is better than the first, sharper and more edgy. The action is legit as well. If you liked the first film even a little go see it. If you didn't like the first one, you are a grumpy grand parent and you shouldn't go to any movies. Expand
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StevieGJDMay 25, 2018
I loved the first Deadpool and I really like Deadpool 2. I am, in general, a fan of Superhero movies. DP2 has many of the same things that made DP great. It is raunchy, R-rated and funny. I don't quite understand why Josh Brolin is theI loved the first Deadpool and I really like Deadpool 2. I am, in general, a fan of Superhero movies. DP2 has many of the same things that made DP great. It is raunchy, R-rated and funny. I don't quite understand why Josh Brolin is the bad guy in two Marvel movies released so close in time to each other. But he is good here. Ryan Reynolds is perfect for the tone of both DP movies. The new character Domino is great. The opening credits are a wonderful homage to the Bond films. The story is a little predictable and somewhat schmaltzy. There is a scene near the end where there is a snarky (albeit funny) comment about the conventions of these movies, then the movie simply follows the convention. Nevertheless, I laughed, was entertained, and had a good time. The other Marvel convention, one that I can't seem to get enough of, is the extra scene during or after the credits and the one in this movie is simply awesome. Do not walk out until it plays out; it's very funny. Expand
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YoumustdienowMay 18, 2018
Entertaining for the most part. Did not laugh much though. I’m big into canadian actor lead comedies in which 4th wall is banged open through a glory hole at a gass station restroom stall. However, it was not all that creative in execution.Entertaining for the most part. Did not laugh much though. I’m big into canadian actor lead comedies in which 4th wall is banged open through a glory hole at a gass station restroom stall. However, it was not all that creative in execution. It went on & on referencing random old movies that either sucked or have worn out on novelty. The Celine Dion moment missed the mark for me. I thought Lonely Island’s use of Michael Bolton was a better example of how to implement special guest celebrities as a way to roast their own fame. It did feature a silly opera song though that kind of made up for that. Last gripe was that it didn’t take place in many locals. Basically was filmed in similar looking locations as first film. On the upside, it had a good cast of characters who blended in well to the easy to follow narrative. I’d still like to see more DeadPool, so maybe sometime down the not so distant future would be nice. Expand
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TVJerryMay 22, 2018
Like many sequels, this one isn't as great as the first, but unlike many sequels, it's still pretty damn good! If you saw the original you know what to expect: snarky quips, witty observations and plenty of smart culture references. TheLike many sequels, this one isn't as great as the first, but unlike many sequels, it's still pretty damn good! If you saw the original you know what to expect: snarky quips, witty observations and plenty of smart culture references. The off-the-wall superhero is back to fight some bad guys and assemble a spinoff team called X-Force. The action is brutal, but in a comic book style that never lingers on the damage. Even so, the noisy fights become a bit alike. If you're a fan of the original, you won't be disappointed. If you didn't see it, you'll still find yourself entertained. NOTE: Stay thru the early credits for a few gags, but the only thing at the very end is a weird song. Expand
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norseMay 24, 2018
What is it with Marvel writing? Historians of the future will have to figure out what made these movies so incredibly good, and luckily they will have ample source material. This one isn't a perfect ten because it doesn't have the "how canWhat is it with Marvel writing? Historians of the future will have to figure out what made these movies so incredibly good, and luckily they will have ample source material. This one isn't a perfect ten because it doesn't have the "how can this be so surprisinlgy good" effect of the first one, but it's close. Top notch acticing, a perfectly paced story with flawless CGI and sound track, I can't wait for the next iteration. Holy **** indeed. Expand
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drlowdonMay 26, 2018
Despite occasionally falling back on a few clichés the original Deadpool movie, with it’s over the top violence and self-aware sense of humour, was a bit of a breath of fresh air in the superhero genre and this sequel turns the dial up evenDespite occasionally falling back on a few clichés the original Deadpool movie, with it’s over the top violence and self-aware sense of humour, was a bit of a breath of fresh air in the superhero genre and this sequel turns the dial up even further.

The plot itself, which I won't spoil here, isn't overly important but does offer enough suitably emotion beats to allow audiences to invest in the plight of the characters. As with the first movie however it’s the humour that really shines. Yes, some might describe things as "childish" or "crude" but Ryan Reynolds was simply born to play Deadpool and I'm happy to admit that I found myself laughing out loud during many scenes. I for one would be happy to see another entry in this series.
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SSH83May 18, 2018
I have never cried so much in a movie. TIL when you laugh too hard for too long, your eyes turn to mush.

This movie is so franchise-making, standard-setting that Disney is definitely going to buy it and put Kathy Kennedy in charge.
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KimomarudotcomMay 23, 2018
Awesome. I liked it even more than the first. No boring parts. It's action packed when it needs to be and sensitive when the story's tempo calls for it. The whole thing works well. Josh Brolin is fantastic as Cable, Brianna Hildebrand isAwesome. I liked it even more than the first. No boring parts. It's action packed when it needs to be and sensitive when the story's tempo calls for it. The whole thing works well. Josh Brolin is fantastic as Cable, Brianna Hildebrand is just what the movie needs when it needs it. All the parts work well together, just great story telling. Expand
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imthenoobMay 24, 2018
It's genuinely everything you want in a sequel. I think the story is a lot better than the first film. It's not as laugh out loud funny but still got some laughs out of me throughout, Not so much from the other people in the audience. CableIt's genuinely everything you want in a sequel. I think the story is a lot better than the first film. It's not as laugh out loud funny but still got some laughs out of me throughout, Not so much from the other people in the audience. Cable is obviously the star of the show and I can't wait to see what they do with him and Deadpool together in the next film. I very much liked the addition of Domino and Firefist as well, They really helped make this film a lot more enjoyable.

Honestly, If you like the first film, You are gonna like the second. It's not just a recycle of the first film, It's definitely its own unique thing and I surprisingly liked it a lot better than the first film, which was great.
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RealMuthaFMay 20, 2018
Finally, after all the underwhelming repetitive single-use superhero flicks Deadpool returns to save the day.

Deadpool 2 is the exemplary sequel - it just takes all the original's ingredients and carefully improves upon them. The first
Finally, after all the underwhelming repetitive single-use superhero flicks Deadpool returns to save the day.

Deadpool 2 is the exemplary sequel - it just takes all the original's ingredients and carefully improves upon them.

The first movie felt a bit confined with just a couple of locations due to its low budget - this one feels like a proper blockbuster. The first had modest action - here the amount, scale and choreography (thanks to director Devit Leitch) of fight scenes is heightened noticeably. The situation with jokes here is on par with the original - there are a lot of them, some don't work, but many do and the overall impression is very much favorable, there are plenty of laughs to be had here. The sheer number of characters involved is also increased, which does leave some with little screen time, like Negasonic Warhead.

Had it not been for the stretched-out ending and a few story hiccups, this might've even been a 10/10 contender. While WB keep wasting their comic universe's potential and Disney keeps spitting out generic junk of descending quality, Deadpool 2 manages to be as good as its predecessor and set directly set things up for sequels. And I say, keep them coming.
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ganoncrotchJun 1, 2018
Absolutely great fun and daft in just the right amounts, if you enjoyed the first deadpool (which is now available on Netflix in EU at least) you're going to love this one just as much as it picks up pretty much right where the first ends.Absolutely great fun and daft in just the right amounts, if you enjoyed the first deadpool (which is now available on Netflix in EU at least) you're going to love this one just as much as it picks up pretty much right where the first ends. While I was firstly thinking that it was cool to see a marvel movie without 20 previous films you need to see to enjoy it... the more you know about MCU and even the DCU you'll get more of the jokes from this as it is reference mania at times. Expand
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Compi24May 19, 2018
Lightning may not have necessarily struck twice for Ryan Reynolds' "Deadpool" sequel "Deadpool 2," but that doesn't mean it's not a fun movie overall. Indeed, like the film's titular protagonist, "Deadpool 2" is as irreverent, violent, and asLightning may not have necessarily struck twice for Ryan Reynolds' "Deadpool" sequel "Deadpool 2," but that doesn't mean it's not a fun movie overall. Indeed, like the film's titular protagonist, "Deadpool 2" is as irreverent, violent, and as hilarious as ever, with the improved action set pieces and additions to the cast embodying the highest marks I can give the film. And though the plot may not really be as simple and clean-cut as I was hoping, there's enough smile-worthy gags and eye-popping kills to keep me wanting even more. Expand
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joeyriosMay 23, 2018
Deadpool is evidently a character of dark joy and protuberance. he is perfect that way. When you start to play with the human factor, in major cases it ends up with a rather rewarding result. When you take perfection (like Deadpool) and tryDeadpool is evidently a character of dark joy and protuberance. he is perfect that way. When you start to play with the human factor, in major cases it ends up with a rather rewarding result. When you take perfection (like Deadpool) and try to blend it in the mix of humanity, there can be flaws. I found the film extremely fun, Domino is a badass and I was laughing out loud countless times. However, I did feel the new concept of a caring, vulnerable Deadpool, going back to his past and all over, was pretty unecessary and shouldn't have happened. That being said, there is nothing else to see as a flaw here. A highly recommended view! Expand
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raporgiMay 18, 2018
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. solid movie. some of the quips went by too fast. not as tight as the first movie. the villain's reveal wasnt anything really interesting, also the dead girlfriend plot gets recycled in this movie like in so many others. nice break from lame PG Marvel. Expand
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joyalMay 18, 2018
I liked it; I can't say u will too!If u are not watched and never got to know the style of this movies genre! I don't know how u will take it; this is not a common or well mannered super hero movie!This is bad,dirty,foul mouth super heroI liked it; I can't say u will too!If u are not watched and never got to know the style of this movies genre! I don't know how u will take it; this is not a common or well mannered super hero movie!This is bad,dirty,foul mouth super hero movie with a lot of vulgarities and trolls to many movies,studios; Don't take it seriously, its just for fun!This movie is done what sequels should do,double upon what the previous movie did,deadpool 2 succeeded it,full on one liners, self praise and teasing ,funny screenplay with highly energetic performance by Ryan Reynolds he **** nailed it,i was entertained,my rating 8.4( may be you dont feel 8.4,i dont care) Expand
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lager96May 21, 2018
Deadpool 2 is a great film that stand by itself. You don't need to see the first film in order for this one to be good. However, I feel like events that take place in this film make the first one irrelevant. This isn't necessarily a badDeadpool 2 is a great film that stand by itself. You don't need to see the first film in order for this one to be good. However, I feel like events that take place in this film make the first one irrelevant. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but something that I noticed. The comedy is well placed, for this most part, and works well (again...for the most part). The action is great and the music that accompanies it is as well. Ryan Reynolds kills it yet again, which was expected. You can tell that he loves playing this characters, and that getting it right means a lot to him. As mentioned before, some jokes didn't land the way there were meant to and sometimes ruined the scene. There is a scene near the end of this film that is meant to be completely serious because there is no joke in that scene. The emotional core of that scene just isn't there because the characters don't earn that moment. There is a good balance of comedy and seriousness that a film must have if it wants to achieve an emotional moment. Unfortunately, Deadpool 2 does not have that nor does the story allow the time needed to build that connection. Putting that aside, Josh Brolin is amazing as Cable and is a very good villain. The whole cast is great but some have been sidelined. There are plenty of new characters and many surprises that come along with them that make this an enjoyable film. The cameos are great and the post credit scene is even better. My hope is that for Deadpool 3 they create a better story that isn't as basic as the first two films. It worked great the first time, but if you want to build characters and have the audience connect with them you need to have better motivations and more of an emotional core. Expand
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moviemitch96May 19, 2018
I gotta admit, I did end up liking this a hair better than the first, although really they're both neck and neck with each other! This film really kicks up the violence, fun, and fourth wall-breaking quite a few notches and adds some fun andI gotta admit, I did end up liking this a hair better than the first, although really they're both neck and neck with each other! This film really kicks up the violence, fun, and fourth wall-breaking quite a few notches and adds some fun and awesome characters into the mix, such as Josh Brolin's Cable, Zazie Beetz's Domino, and even some rather unexpected blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameos in a couple spots. Reynolds is once again spot-on and fully committed to the role he was born to play, which is especially made evident and credible in the hilarious mid-credit scenes! Overall, I really couldn't have asked for a better sequel to an already hilarious and enjoyable first film! Keep doing what you're doing Mr. Reynolds! Expand
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otakudbzMay 19, 2018
As expected, Deadpool 2 delivers all of its promises: It's bigger, funnier, more action-packed, emotional, and overall, better than the first movie. Even with a few pacing issues in the half of the movie, it's still just as fresh as the firstAs expected, Deadpool 2 delivers all of its promises: It's bigger, funnier, more action-packed, emotional, and overall, better than the first movie. Even with a few pacing issues in the half of the movie, it's still just as fresh as the first chapter for the Merc With A Mouth. Once again, the cast has an amazing performance, and the highlights are Ryan Reynolds (again!) and Josh Brolin as the movie's antagonist, the time traveler Cable. These two characters on screen together is simply amazing in terms of action and comedy. Of course, I can't forget about Zazie Beets as Domino, another one of the film's greatest characters and achievements.

The budget is way higher now than before. In that way, it delivers bigger, more tense and exciting action scenes than before. Not only this, but the CGI is better in many scenes, and the soundtrack as a whole is better.

In terms of plot, while Deadpool 2 has an easy and simple story like the first movie, it is more well-written and emotional than before. I have to admit, some parts of the story did make my jaw drop! And, of course, I can't forget about its humor... But what can I say? We're talking about Deadpool. One negative aspect about the movie is that pacing gets a little off at some places, though. And, sometimes, it offers a few scenes that end up being unnecessary to the story as a whole.

So, to say it shortly: Deadpool 2 is another one of FOX's succesful attemps in doing a R-Rated Superhero movie. They've really nailed the formula, and Deadpool 2 is the ultimate proof of it (of course, after Logan). While it does have a few pacing issues in its middle, the second chapter of Wade Wilson's life is still outstanding. 9.0/10.
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bfoore90May 20, 2018
About as thin as the first one in terms of plot but its a massive improvement over the first.Ryan Reynolds is the quintessential Deadpool, Cable was awesome when he was on screen and Domino was cool in terms of being a new character. It's a fun movie
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temptershellMay 19, 2018
Expectations regarding this production were as huge as for the new Avengers and as in every sequel spectacle I counted on more, stronger, longer and somehow I got it. The presence of well-known figures from comic books is extremelyExpectations regarding this production were as huge as for the new Avengers and as in every sequel spectacle I counted on more, stronger, longer and somehow I got it. The presence of well-known figures from comic books is extremely entertaining, but in the case of this continuation, a more interesting and banal plot would be more important for me, and less variegated badass. It is fun and painless, but somewhere the clarity of individual scenes is blurred at the end. Well, this over-talked final! Expand
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Brent_MarchantMay 19, 2018
How great is it when a sequel is even better than the original? Find out by watching "Deadpool 2," the irreverent superhero with a smart mouth and an uncontrollable libido. The rapid-fire humor of this politically incorrect,How great is it when a sequel is even better than the original? Find out by watching "Deadpool 2," the irreverent superhero with a smart mouth and an uncontrollable libido. The rapid-fire humor of this politically incorrect, sometimes-tasteless but always funny offering will leave you in stitches from start to finish, with its scathing one-liners and clever-as-all-get-out sight gags. While there's a slight tendency to include too many current cultural references that won't stand the test of time, the film nevertheless delivers the goods when it needs to. Infinity what? Expand
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muldjordMay 20, 2018
Let's get straight to it. If you liked the first one, you are gonna fall in glorious manlove with this one. It is basically the destilled essence of everything I love about movies. Dark humor, gore, action and most important of all? ItLet's get straight to it. If you liked the first one, you are gonna fall in glorious manlove with this one. It is basically the destilled essence of everything I love about movies. Dark humor, gore, action and most important of all? It doesn't take itself seriously. Not in the least. I rarely like action hero movies. They seem pretentious and too full of themselves. Deadpool 1/2 is the antithesis to this. As is Guardians of the Galaxy (I loved the first one, and enjoyed the second). It's the same ingredients basically, but with Deadpool it just nails all of it. To a wall. Through a head. It's so unconventianal it just keeps throwing surprises at you. And... Yes, this movie actually has depth aswell! I have to admit to a bit of choke-up a couple places. Didn't expect that, but I gladly welcomed it.

Can't wait for the third.
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43in2014May 18, 2018
The short review: This is as good/great as the first film and I have not even seen the first film!

Related media: The first film was banned from the cinemas and TV in my country and I still don’t know which scene(s) had caused this. Ha ha!
The short review: This is as good/great as the first film and I have not even seen the first film!


Related media: The first film was banned from the cinemas and TV in my country and I still don’t know which scene(s) had caused this. Ha ha! I have also not read any Deadpool comics before, but I have seen all the clips you can get on Youtube.


What's it like? A major character dies at the beginning and Deadpool is depressed. He tries to prevent a young mutant from doing the wrong thing, but is instead imprisoned with the mutant in a place where mutant powers are neutralised. Then Cable shows up to kill the mutant. It has a lot of silliness, jokes, violence, and breaking-the-fourth-wall conversations, yet there is a good lesson in it. Mid- and post-credit scenes: There is one GREAT mid-credit multi-scene and no post-credit scene.


Positives: 1) This film is filled with jokes, silliness, and breaking-the-fourth-wall conversations. 2) At the core of the film is a message about the mutants vs humans fight that the X-men films had been trying to impart onto us, and it is great that of all X-men characters, it is the irreverent Deadpool that imparts this message best of all.


3) The cameos are very unexpected but are very funny. The cameos in the mid-credit multi-scene, including that of a character that is already dead in another film universe, raises the bar to another level of silliness. 4) Deadpool recruits several new mutants to his team here, they makes the film interesting. What happened to these mutants is very funny and Domino, a mutant with the power of luck, was a standout character.


5) The apt use of some 80's music also much appreciated. Negatives: Some say that this film is not a fresh as the first film. As I had missed out on the first film, it didn’t bother me.


How would the different age groups rate it?


Children: You need to grow up by some ten years first… but it’ll still be too adult for you! No Deadpool 2 for you!;
Teens: Are you going to be accompanied by your parents to this film? Then it will be an ‘Excellent’;
Young adults: Excellent;
Medium age adults: Excellent; Old adults: The film is too adult of ‘Old adults’. They would only give it a ‘Good’; Rating: 5/5 (no half scores). Pay to watch it in the cinema and then buy the DVD.
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jacob4May 20, 2018
An absolute thrill ride, and one helluv a good time laugh! Deadpool 2 is an awesome mind blowing sequel to the first and is equally as good as the first. The sequel keeps true to it's quirkiness and crude humor. The movie doesn't let up onAn absolute thrill ride, and one helluv a good time laugh! Deadpool 2 is an awesome mind blowing sequel to the first and is equally as good as the first. The sequel keeps true to it's quirkiness and crude humor. The movie doesn't let up on it's graphic stylized violence, sexual puns, Easter eggs and reference galore, and straight up comic book fun! A must see and never miss sequel. Keeps you totally on the edge until the end with all it's mind blowing twists and turns! Expand
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he110meMay 18, 2018
Just as good as the first Deadpool. Same shocking a witty humor, with some good meta-commentary on comic book movies as a whole. Had a blast watching it. Blood, genitalia, and pseudo-midget nudity advisory.
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LatinCritic13May 22, 2018
If you like R-Rated Marvel movies that have constant fourth-wall breaks featuring a Merc with a mouth, the latest sequel of Deadpool is for you. Deadpool 2 is an instant comedic delight that would make you laugh like hell. The actionIf you like R-Rated Marvel movies that have constant fourth-wall breaks featuring a Merc with a mouth, the latest sequel of Deadpool is for you. Deadpool 2 is an instant comedic delight that would make you laugh like hell. The action intensity, characters, and the clever writing is what made this movie even special than the first. Sure, the first was awesome, but the sequel however, sets a golden standard for future R-Rated Marvel movies. Sometimes the plot may lack a little, but the whole overall feel of Deadpool 2 is extremely entertaining to watch. Mark my words, Deadpool’s “third film” will be about “family” (AKA the X-Force) and it’s gonna be a billion dollar box office success in the near future. Expand
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JerTheStampedeMay 25, 2018
It is a very rare thing to have a sequel match or surpass the original, when that original itself was more than just mediocre but was in fact superb it's safe to say Rocking Horse droppings are more common, Deadpool 2 builds on everythingIt is a very rare thing to have a sequel match or surpass the original, when that original itself was more than just mediocre but was in fact superb it's safe to say Rocking Horse droppings are more common, Deadpool 2 builds on everything that made the original such a big success, the gags, the subtle and not so subtle references, everything! the whole package was superb.
Rarely do I walk out of a cinema and think 'THAT was worth my money, hell I'm even going to buy the Blu-ray / DVD' Deadpool 1 and 2 are two such films.

Oh and for the love of god, DON'T walk out when the credits start to roll as happened when I went to see it, the after credits are in a league of their own and definitely worth it.
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Matias3May 21, 2018
This movie is the best movie this year. Watched Infinity Wars, Black Panther and this by far the best. Funny with non-stop action and the ending makes it known that a Deadpool 3 3 will be released and I can't wait. Ryan Reynolds found hisThis movie is the best movie this year. Watched Infinity Wars, Black Panther and this by far the best. Funny with non-stop action and the ending makes it known that a Deadpool 3 3 will be released and I can't wait. Ryan Reynolds found his masterpiece. Expand
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MrMovieBuffMay 19, 2018
'Deadpool 2' is more vulgar, just as violent, just as crazy and more funnier than its surprisingly well-made predecessor from 2016. We see Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) coping with life as a mercenary and a loving boyfriend to Vanessa (Morena'Deadpool 2' is more vulgar, just as violent, just as crazy and more funnier than its surprisingly well-made predecessor from 2016. We see Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) coping with life as a mercenary and a loving boyfriend to Vanessa (Morena Baccarin). Things never go according to plan for our anti-hero, Wade, as there seems to be a kid, who goes by the name "Firefist" (Julian Dennison) causing some havoc with his strange and dangerous mutant powers. That is where a time-travelling mutant named Cable (Josh Brolin, enjoying to mess with many superheroes from "Avengers" to this) comes in and threatens to kill this kid. The plot is basically 'Terminator 2: Judgement Day' (1991), which - as you can imagine - Deadpool does make a slight reference to. Wade then decides to recruit a team, as you saw in one of the latest trailers, he forms a group he calls the "X-Force" which includes; Domino (Zazie Beetz), Zeitgeist (Bill Skarsgard), Bedlam (Terry Crews) and many others. Without saying too much, the scene with the "X-Force" is one of the funniest scenes in this movie, I can't explain why, but it's a scene I will never forget. The sequel - with David Leitch as the director - is definitely much bigger, but it never loses the heart of what made the first movie do so well. Nor does it lose track of Deadpool as a comic book character. 'Deadpool 2' deserves to be mentioned among the list of sequels that surpass their predecessors. The action scenes are terrific, the humor is offensive, the story goes surprisingly deeper, and the characters just keep coming. Overall, this is a really fun movie, with some really fun moments. Josh Brolin once again steals the show just like he did in 'Avengers: Infinity War' (2018), Zazie Beetz does a good job as Domino, Julian Dennison plays well as a troubled kid, and Ryan Reynolds just carries this movie so effortlessly. Expand
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PeterAlexanderMay 18, 2018
The second instalment of Deadpool takes everything that made the first one so brutally and ridiculously entertaining, and pumps it to the next level. The film has more laughs, more action, more story, more themes, and more pure entertainment.The second instalment of Deadpool takes everything that made the first one so brutally and ridiculously entertaining, and pumps it to the next level. The film has more laughs, more action, more story, more themes, and more pure entertainment. I was thrilled by every second of the movie. Expand
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PipeCMay 22, 2018
Is black humor a racist disposition, Mr. Deadpool?

It's increasingly obvious the writing of the screenplay was more complicated than you thought, as shaping the hilarious dialogues for the anti-hero demands inventiveness from more than one
Is black humor a racist disposition, Mr. Deadpool?


It's increasingly obvious the writing of the screenplay was more complicated than you thought, as shaping the hilarious dialogues for the anti-hero demands inventiveness from more than one brain. Reese, Wernick, and Reynolds stick thousands, thousands, thousands of references, not just as the usual easter-eggs game. Pop-culture is key, the endless mentions on screen through one-liners are sickeningly amusing thanks to our strange time. No-one and nothing can get away from the vicious signs: literature (Pericles), music (dubstep), singers (Cher and Justin Bieber), actors (Jackman and, oh!, Reynolds), of course film ("Star Wars," DC, Marvel, 007's "Spectre," "John Wick" and a long etcetera), and even the movie conception itself, laughing at the writing process, the production companies, its screenwriters and director through an unforgettable meta-cinematographic language. Such was the impact that I began to hyperventilate, picking references that maybe were never deliberately introduced by the screenwriters ("Spy" by Paul Feig or "Inception" by Nolan). Hands down, the film with more explicitly-implanted-in-the-script pop-culture references I have ever seen. It'd be demoralizing to say that, after the titanic and classical work put into "Infinity War" with regard to the creation, treatment, and exposition of its villains, Marvel has taken a step back, sorry, somehow it did. Obviously, most viewers buy a ticket to see their favorite hero do and undo, but it's important to know if whoever gets such punches— curse words in this case —has managed to involve with the audience and the story, here, none of that happened of course. Villain's role changes so many times that, in the end, the course of events seems disoriented; firstly, Cable would become a pain in the neck for the antihero according to the script, however, thanks to a shrewd plot twist, Mr. Nathan gives up his seat to two more characters, a yo-yo move that doesn't favor and ends up giving the perception there is no real villain, perhaps, the only baddie is Deadpool. This installment had the chance to remedy the lack of spectacle in the mise-en-scène and the exposition of the largest and most expensive set-pieces, however, even with a highly qualified stunt coordinator, you never get something really epic matching tremendous levels of violence with some kind of visual beauty. Stuntman-turned-filmmaker David Leitch is known for what "John Wick" is recognized as a cult-film today: its fierce, brutal, meticulously choreographed combats. Although it's evident an upsurge in less-artificial fighting scenes and comically bloody sequences, none of these serves to mask a lackluster visual buffet, in the last, lacking styled compositions that leave you astounded, doing no justice to the exquisite visuals and action in "JW" and "Atomic Blonde," the two previous works of the filmmaker. Jonathan Sela's cinematography handles intelligent and frankly striking angles, but he never ventures to pass the limits over and decides to settle with a couple of laudable sequences that always shine under the shadow of the well-made fights in the first flick, I find it somewhat strange, especially taking into account who its director is, not even the final sequence which draws its strengths on the always-funny performances and the unbeatable screenplay. There are similarities in a specific sequence, one that many remember from Miller's pic for the misuse of special effects, yes, the one in which Wade Wilson is kicking asses along a freeway as an opening scene, here, it's Domino who must withstand an embarrassing set-piece, it's unheard of the poorly-achieved digital effects it must endure, it seems as if the crew had forgotten to finish it and had decided to release it that way, the scenes aren't realistic at all, it looks like a 2000's video game. Tyler Bates doesn't do a sincerely rewarding feat as his "soundtrack" for the film vomits hyperactive and energetic melodies over the frames, that don't contribute anything to the visual part to excel. The only original song which can really monopolize the spotlights soon is 'Ashes ' interpreted by the queen Celine Dion, one which is used, covertly, more than once. "Deadpool 2" by David Leitch unimpeachably dynamizes only some of the features which made the first movie so freestanding, unusually special and extravagant while neglecting aspects of cardinal importance as a good approach to the characters, a stunning visual section and a deep, conscious development and treatment to a powerful villain. But don't worry, you'll get more vicious action, trenchant jokes and one-liners, visual gags, a new volatile group of heroes, many, many references of all kinds and an experience that does not disappoint, but what's a Wade Wilson/Ryan Reynolds who gets his long-awaited sequel where the only thing that matters is the surface? By the way, did I leave the stove on?
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CineAutoctonoMay 23, 2018
"Deadpool 2" was a very funny and very loaded movie. The mercenary loudmouth returns and with all the toys, the new story was amazing. The new characters like Cable, Domino and Firefist, were incredible. The special effects and the"Deadpool 2" was a very funny and very loaded movie. The mercenary loudmouth returns and with all the toys, the new story was amazing. The new characters like Cable, Domino and Firefist, were incredible. The special effects and the photography were great. I laughed a lot with the thousand and one references that brought this movie, and the mercenary Deadpool segue breaking with his humor. Expand
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Digibutter64Jun 2, 2018
Deadpool 2 starts off great, but descends into the generic later on. The titular character's fourth wall obliteration is just as funny as the first time, but the sequel feels a bit less accomplished, and seemingly didn't make full use of theDeadpool 2 starts off great, but descends into the generic later on. The titular character's fourth wall obliteration is just as funny as the first time, but the sequel feels a bit less accomplished, and seemingly didn't make full use of the great character potential. Overall, it's great, but not excellent. Expand
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HippystankMay 19, 2018
Critics suck, the moving is amazing and so much better than the first. Thank you so much Ryan!
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Rebecca31May 18, 2018
Ryan Reynolds gracing our screens yet again playing the role he was born to play, everyone’s favourite antihero Deadpool is back and hilarious as ever. Bringing together a team of fellow mutants (Zazie Beetz, Terry Crews, Bill Skarsgård, RobRyan Reynolds gracing our screens yet again playing the role he was born to play, everyone’s favourite antihero Deadpool is back and hilarious as ever. Bringing together a team of fellow mutants (Zazie Beetz, Terry Crews, Bill Skarsgård, Rob Delaney etc.) to protect a young boy (Julian Dennison) with supernatural abilities from a time traveling mutant, Cable (Josh Brolin). Shocking for all the right reasons, and laugh out loud funny from the opening scene all the way to the end credits.

I’ve already mentioned we’re living in the time where superhero movies are becoming mind numbingly boring and Deadpool couldn’t have come at a better time. With the first one setting the bar very high there was always the fear that it would slowly decrease in quality with each sequel until there’s no more money to be made and the franchise dies. Deadpool 2 could have been a disaster but with Ryan Reynolds and director David Leitch in control there was no need to worry. I loved every minute of Deadpool 2, from the crude jokes to the ultra violent action sequences. Sure I could have done without a slow-motion scene every five minutes but I’m willing to forgive that. Fun and entertaining to the max. The addition of some new characters was a definite step in the right direction particularly, Zazie Beetz as Domino and Josh Brolin, who is having a great year. I hope I don’t have to sell this movie to you, the marketing alone should have done that, if you enjoyed the first Deadpool then get yourselves to a cinema and check out Deadpool 2, not only does it not disappoint but it’s just as good as the first one. Highly recommended.
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ToxicGentJun 6, 2018
Exactly what you would expect with a few surprises, funny and gory, what more can you ask for?
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SrPepeMay 19, 2018
Es una película que si bien no es la gran cosa, es super divertida y graciosa. No pare de reirme en todo el tiempo.
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imoviesreviewJun 7, 2018
It's not as good as the first movie, but It still the violent, laugh out loud, and witty superhero movie we all know and love.
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