Not only is Deadpool a hilarious movie, it also works as an amazingly accurate barometer for gauging relationships. For instance, it can be scientifically proven that the number of times a married man laughs during this movie is inversely proportional to how much their mother-in-law likes them.
Conversely, married women will find that the number of times they laugh during this movie is directly proportional to how much their husbands love them.
And of course if you have impressionable children, you can base your parenting skills on whether or not you took them with you to see this movie. In a word: DON’T. However, if you do, then please make a video of the questions they ask you when its over and post that to YouTube. That could be as funny as the movie itself.
Now, this is a very subjective comment, but I didn’t find the movie to be gratuitously violent or gross. Of course there are the obligatory slow motion head shots, a slight dismemberment, and a few beheadings, but they are all tastefully done. All in all I’d say it’s no more graphic than your average violent movie from the 80s. I’m not saying the violence doesn’t deserve an R-rating -– it does -– but violent or not, the language would warrant an R-rating and then some.
I thought the acting was… Who cares? This is Deadpool. It’s funny. That’s all you need to know.
For those Firefly fans out there, it was awesome to see Morena Baccarin get a really nice role. She was wonderful, but I couldn’t help but thinking somewhere Malcolm Reynolds is watching this, saying, “Inara, please. If you’re going to talk like that I’m going to ask Niska to cut both ears off next time.”
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Aspiring author. Would like to finish his “Zombie Revelations” trilogy if he could break away for working on RunPee and the cottage he’s building for RunPee Mom.