Deadpool Movie Review – Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin

Movie : Deadpool
Directed by : Tim Miller
Produced by : Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds
Cast : Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin
Music by : Tom Holkenborg
Release dates : 12 February 2016

We have a different type of superhero in the form of Deadpool who talks a lot of fun and do the maximum to entertain us unlike the other superhero characters who do less talking and are more inclined to action and toughness. Deadpool the movie is highly engaging and at the same time a clean entertainer offering lots of ‘fucking’ fun.

Our Censor Board has done its best in terms of making the dialogues look incomplete at many places. But in spite of these odds, Deadpool has come out with all guns blazing providing wholesome entertainment quite different from rest of the Marvel superheroes.

Wade Wilson is leading a contented life as a mercenary. He meets Ajax who has some wicked plans as he perform scientific experiments as part of curing terminal cancer on Wade that gives supernatural powers. But for this transformation, Wade had to pay a heavy price. The film focus on the revenge taken by Wilson on Ajax for turning him into his present state of affairs.

So here we have the most unconventional character who does lot of talking, basically humour and nons sense stuff which makes us laugh all the time. At the same time there is action too to make us engaged throughout the entire running time of the film.

Ryan Reynolds perfectly fitted into the role of Deadpool. Covered ninety percent of the film in the Deadpool mask, still he was able to make a deadly presence with his dialogue delivery and at the same time acting out well in the scenes where he appear as the ordinary Wade Wilson. Ed Skrein as the baddy Ajax was a good choice for that role.

Right from the opening title credits which was something novel in terms of presentation,we are transported to the world of Deadpool and gives us what we can expect for the remaining portion.

To be honest, I am literally bored of these super hero films as we have quite a number of them these days following a similar pattern when it comes to the story and presentation part. Now there lies the success of Deadpool as a superhero character that beaks the shambles from the conventional one we are used to seeing till now.

The result is there for us to see as Deadpool makes a grand introduction himself into the big screen from the Marvel comic books. This is a perfect introductry film and we can surely expect sequels that can maintain the same level of entertainment as this one in the follow ups also.

Please be patient and be seated till the entire end credits have rolled down as we have a surprise. There too, the conventional post credit scenes have been given a perfect spoof to make a fitting finale to the film.

Overall, a great entertainer is Deadpool and the character. Maintaining full justice to the title tag (“Big Ass ,Smart Ass, Great Ass”) the film is unbelievably funny, smart and witty. Go and grab your tickets for Deadpool the new superhero in town!

Movie : Deadpool Directed by : Tim Miller Produced by : Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds Cast : Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin Music by : Tom Holkenborg Release dates : 12 February 2016 We have a different type of superhero in the form of Deadpool who talks a lot of fun and do the maximum to entertain us unlike the other superhero characters who do less talking and are more inclined to action and toughness. Deadpool the movie is highly engaging and at the same time a clean entertainer offering lots of 'fucking' fun. Our Censor Board has done…

Verdict

Rating

Deadpool is unbelievably funny, smart and witty.

User Rating: 2.7 ( 1 votes)

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