Deadpool 2 – 2018
I saw the first Deadpool in the theatre. The plan was to see the second one there as well but when I premiered I wasn’t able to fulfill that goal. Luckily I’m totally satisfied by watching movies at home. Actually, it’s my favorite way of watching movies. Comfortable and without having to travel anywhere. I just had to wait for Deadpool 2 coming out on DVD and Blu-ray. Then I forgot about it until I walk passed a copy in the supermarket and picked it up. Finally, I was going to see it!
The humor that made the first movie so funny is definitely there. These movies make fun of everyone, especially themselves. There are sequences where Ryan Reynolds gets it himself. I think that’s especially funny. Also, like it’s predecessor, it’s very juvenile. I have nothing against that. I never claimed my sense of humor was mature. What I do have a problem with though, is the serious moments underneath the surface. There’s too many of them and they’re way too serious. There shouldn’t be any morals like that hidden in a movie like this.
You should have given us a silly movie, nothing more and nothing less. The interactions with the “other” X-men are funny but leave the social comments out of there. It doesn’t suit a movie like this.
Of course, the action is entertaining as is the humor (as I’ve said multiple times). But it gets tedious when there are morals all over the place from time to time.