‘Deadpool’ Review: One of the Most Fulfilling Comic Book Movie Experiences, Ever

Ladies and gents, Deadpool has arrived. For more than a decade, Ryan Reynolds has been trying to get a film made that chronicles the world of Wade Wilson and his iconic alter-ego. Fast forward to now and the foul-mouther mercenary is on the big screen for the first time and it could not be any f$%king better.

If you know the Deadpool character, you know why there was so much hesitation towards the movie. Being deemed one of the most riskiest comic book movies ever made, that risk has turned into quite possibly the greatest superhero reward. Now if you haven’t already checked out Deadpool (it’s breaking opening weekend box-office records), I HIGHLY recommend doing so and to bookmark this page so you can come back to it. But if you have seen it and just want to continue the conversation (because why not?), check out our official review of the Merc with a Mouth’s epic debut:

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  1. Good review. Saw it Thursday night and loved it (was up until 3 AM getting my review done for the movie). It was definitely highly enjoyable and a lot of R-rated fun. I wish that Deadpool would be join the MCU (would be interesting to see him interact with Captain America and Thor and his secret mancrush with Spider-man), but that’s unlikely going to happen. Still, can’t wait for Deadpool 2.

    • Yeah Jacob & I were actually discussing that on the way to seeing it, his interactions with a polar opposite like Cap or a teenage Spidey. To bad Fox will never let go on the X franchise, which is not a bad thing at all.

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