May 30, 2009
Deadpool's roots? Too dark especially if they're anything like mine. I share a lot of common idealism of his character and history.
F#$king great movie!
Yeah. It was much more centered around the current iteration of Deadpool; mainly the "so random!" goof who basically bumbles his way through a plot while being a slight nuisance to the straight characters. I was kind of hoping they would touch on how his forced regeneration basically destroyed what little sanity he had left, and how he teeters between having a resemblance of a moral code and being a cold-blooded killer.
This is really why I am not rushing outside of seeing it on Netflix or Redbox. Marvel has really turned this character far from Liefield's creation and for the worse from Joe Kelly and Gail Simone's run. He's become almost irritating. And from trailers he seems to act just like he does on Ultimate Spiderman cartoon but with no filter. The fourth wall breaking is just beyond used up and not a funny punch line anymore. Maybe I just miss my old Deadpool. But hey, glad some people are enjoying the movie. And no matter what the story is Ryan Reynolds is the perfect guy to play him.
"That's the problem with drinking ... If something bad happens you drink in attempt to forget; if something good happens you drink in order to celebrate; and if nothing happens you drink to make something happen." -- Charles Bukowski
January 11, 2016
It's still a great movie! Regardless of cross over from comics to movie, they did a fantastic job! Love the 4th wall! The fact they put in cartoon in the movie IMO was epic! Reminded me of the Roger Rabbit hybrid movie and I wanted more!
Deadpool movie set all kinds of records! No to be taken lightly!
If I die tomorrow, I want to be Ryan Reynolds spiritual guild! Man he nailed it!
August 20, 2013
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