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Deadpool 2

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Canada, United States · 2018
1h 59m
Director David Leitch
Starring Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Julian Dennison
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy

After tragedy strikes, wisecracking mercenary Deadpool finally teams up with the X-Men to battle the evil and powerful Cable, Juggernaut, and other bad guys to save a boy's life. The rare sequel that is bloodier, funnier, and all around better than its predecessor. A brilliant superhero screwball comedy.

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Deadpool 2, while extremely thin on plot, is gleefully impish, entertaining and often laugh-out-loud funny. Almost everything that felt forced, crass and hamfisted in the original film now feels organic and effortless; a constant breezy stream of gags, quips and expertly choreographed action. Deadpool 2 is filthier, funnier and ferociously manic.


TheWrap by Alonso Duralde

Does Deadpool 2 pick up its predecessor’s baton and run off to new and exciting places? Not really. Is it as tasty as leftovers on the second day? Absolutely. Temper your expectations accordingly.


The Globe and Mail (Toronto) by Barry Hertz

Never before have the demands of my inner man-child been so stirred, though, than while experiencing Deadpool 2, a movie that feels scribbled in pencil crayon, drenched in Jolt cola and coated with the dust of a thousand discarded bags of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.


The Telegraph by Helen O'Hara

With its uncompromising commitment to gross-out injuries, nerdy pop culture in-jokes and inappropriate touching, Deadpool 2 was clearly made to cater to existing fans with every innuendo-filled moment (they should stay through the credits for some important story points that are very nearly thrown away).


IndieWire by Kate Erbland

Like so many franchise-starting first films, “Deadpool” had to push through some necessary evils to get to the good stuff, fortunately, all that subversive goodness is on wild display in Deadpool 2, which delivers on the promise of the first film (and more).


Entertainment Weekly by Leah Greenblatt

It’s in Deadpool’s DNA to channel the wild id of a 12-year-old boy — a very clever one who happens to love boobs, Enya, and blowing stuff up. Which is dizzy fun for a while, like eating Twinkies on a Gravitron. Eventually, though, it just wears you out.


Chicago Tribune by Michael Phillips

Deadpool 2 is just like “Deadpool” only more so. It’s actually a fair bit better — funnier, more inventive than the 2016 smash...and more consistent in its chosen tone and style: ultraviolent screwball comedy.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

Deadpool 2 gets by as simply on a par with “Deadpool,” an ultra-violent joked-up Energizer Bunny of a comic book movie with a fun supporting cast, dead-pan deaths and deadpan Deadpool jokes about those deaths.

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