By Robin-Leigh Chetty 8 February 2016


The merc with the mouth is back, this time portrayed as he rightfully should. Cramming in as much blood, violence and sex as is humanly possible, this is the Deadpool film we all deserve.
A protagonist unlike any other; Violent and funny in the best way possible; Plenty of easter eggs for fans
Unlike its more recent Marvel counterparts like X-Men: Days of Future Past, Deadpool never takes itself too seriously and rather allows its viewers to escape for an hour and 47 minutes. As such, it's a movie that embraces its differences, just like its lead character does, and shows that comic book movies can still be fun while trying to tell a compelling story. What's to truly love about this movie, is that it does not try and set up any kind of sequel, but rather exists in and of itself within the Marvel

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