Deadpool (2016)

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Deadpool (2016)

Action | Adventure | Comedy
7.5 / 10
Release Date
09 February 2016
1 : 48 minutes
Spoken Language
Deadpool tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

Cast Overview :

Wade Wilson / Deadpool
by: Ryan Reynolds
Vanessa Carlysle
by: Morena Baccarin
Francis Freeman / Ajax
by: Ed Skrein
Jack Hammer / Weasel
by: T.J. Miller
Christina / Angel Dust
by: Gina Carano
Ellie Phimister / Negasonic Teenage Warhead
by: Brianna Hildebrand
Piotr Rasputin / Colossus (voice)
by: Stefan Kapičić
Piotr Rasputin / Colossus (stand-in)
by: Andre Tricoteux
Blind Al
by: Leslie Uggams
by: Karan Soni
by: Jed Rees
Strip Club Emcee
by: Stan Lee
Weasel's Bar Patron
by: Rob Liefeld
by: Rob Hayter
by: Randal Reeder
by: Isaac C. Singleton Jr.
by: Michael Benyaer
Jeremy (Pizza Guy)
by: Style Dayne
Gavin Merchant
by: Kyle Cassie
Meghan Orlovsky
by: Taylor Hickson
Teen Girl #1
by: Ayzee
Teen Girl #2
by: Naika Toussaint
Arcade Ticket Taker
by: Justyn Shippelt
by: Donna Yamamoto
David Cunningham
by: Hugh Scott
Chinatown Merchant
by: Cindy Piper
Whisper Girlfriend
by: Emily Haine
Whisper Boyfriend
by: Aatash Amir
Pool Hall Goon
by: Chad Riley
Garbage Truck Driver
by: Darcey Johnson
Super Soldier #1
by: Kyle Rideout
Super Soldier #2
by: Jason William Day
No5 Orange Manager
by: Ben Wilkinson
Strip Club Worker
by: Rachel Sheen
Flight Deck Guard
by: Paul Lazenby
Stripclub Pole Performer (uncredited)
by: Heather Ashley Chase
Fight Club Boss
by: Paul Belsito
Guadalajaran Nurse (uncredited)
by: Fabiola Colmenero
Stripper (uncredited)
by: Victoria De Mare
Strip Club Spectator (uncredited)
by: David Hardware
Strip Club Patron (uncredited)
by: Matthew Hoglie
Fight Club Spectator (uncredited)
by: Tony Chris Kazoleas
Colossus (Facial Performance) (uncredited)
by: Greg LaSalle
Elderly Man (uncredited)
by: David Longworth
Soldier (uncredited)
by: Michael Neumeyer
Ten Year Old Boy (uncredited)
by: Sean Quan
Thug (uncredited)
by: Anthony J. Sacco
Guadalajaran Mother (uncredited)
by: Olesia Shewchuk
Biker (uncredited)
by: Dan Zachary

Member Reviews :

A funny movie with a romantic love story. Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is a former Special Forces operative who now works as a mercenary. His world comes crashing down when evil scientist Ajax (Ed Skrein) tortures, disfigures and transforms him into Deadpool. The rogue experiment leaves Deadpool with accelerated healing powers and a twisted sense of humor. With help from mutant allies Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand), Deadpool uses his new skills to hunt down the man who nearly destroyed his life.
I actually enjoyed the movie so much that i'll recommend it to all my friends, at first i didn't really want to watch it because i'm not into super hero movies at all, but i did anyway, i mean people were talking so much about it i had to see it myself and what an awesome choice i made. The good thing about this movie is that Deadpool is a hero but in a very comedic way, you don't usually expect comedy from a superhero film but this one was full of comedy and the way they treated the plot was amazing, it was there, humor was there in every scene, even when there was fighting or romance or any other scene, the writers managed to add comedy everywhere in a very good way that'll surprisingly make you want to watch it again, and again. Thank you for taking the time read my review and if you're asking yourself if you should watch this movie, it's a definite Yes.
> So this guy in the red suit came and broke some records... I was not a Deadpool fan and I'm still not, but like any superhero films I'd pleasure watching it. The other reason was, we had other superheroes in our time, so this guy is kind of new to me. It was a stunning launch to the big screen for the Deadpool as well as for this new director. This film was merely an introduction tale than a fully stretched story. Like how a human becomes a mutant and later who seeks a revenge for ruining his natural life. But it yet to explain a couple of things and I hope it all will be revealed in its sequel. I am happy for Ryan Reynolds to get another chance, because his previous comic book character did not received well. I certainly liked the film, but nowadays there are plenty of superheroes to choose, in that, Deadpool's not in my top 5. So I am happy he joined the 'X-Men', because I never liked the boring 'X-Men' films or its characters, but I do love its spinoff 'Wolverine'. I'll definitely look forward for his solo films like 'Wolverine'. This film broke a few records like the best box office so far for an 'X-Men' installment. A short film with the present and flashback narration shared the screen piece by piece alternatively. This was a strong R rated film so far I have seen in a superhero theme and there were plenty of other films referred. No offense to the people who liked it (and those who are going watch will do the same), but in my personal opinion it was a bit over-celebrated. 6½/10
Though I have always been a DC enthusiast, I was intrigued by the idea of the Deadpool movie, and knew I'd end up watching it (I probably see 70% of DC films that are released and maybe 20% of Marvel ones). I enjoyed its definitely postmodern approach--and wish Reynolds' Green Lantern movie had one-tenth the humour and charm that THIS film had. It'll be very interesting to see how comic-book movies are affected, both short- and long-term by its massive success.
This film was very funny. Ryan Reynolds was made for this role. The innuendos did get a bit much though. It was well written and the direction was very good but it did go into a territory that it was trying to make fun of. I got bored of all the action hero conventions after a while. ★★★½
As a comic book fan, I was fairly dubious about Deadpool’s cinematic outing. I wasn't altogether sure that a film that would obviously have to be fun, self-referential and self-aware could also be able to talk about a character who not only becomes seriously ill, but also struggles to keep a grip on his sanity well enough to do the character justice. When I watched the film, it was clear that I had been over-thinking. Perhaps the makers of the film had thought the same as me. Perhaps they thought that trying to be lighthearted and slightly dark at the same time would be like trying to keep too many balls in the air. I say that because the issue of Deadpool’s sanity, or lack thereof, is only touched upon. If that is the case, I think it is quite a clever decision in a ‘let's not try to run before we can walk’ kind of a way. If not, Tim Miller has still given us a very enjoyable film, in which, Ryan Reynolds shines as an extremely good comedic actor.