Deadpool 2

Deadpool 2

DVD - 2018
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Deadpool organizes a team to protect a mutant boy from a time-traveling cyborg.
Publisher: Beverly Hills, CA : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2018]
Copyright Date: ©2018
Branch Call Number: DVD DEADPOO 2 1DISC
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (119 minutes) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
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ArapahoeCarina Jun 03, 2020

Hilarious, sarcastic, funny, moving are words which describe this movie. Force X appears lead by Deadpool. Between Love and being a super hero, this super character makes this story a great movie which will make you cry and laugh; very inclusive, diverse. Excellent casting. Awesome music.

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mJJLnk7
Mar 17, 2020

You know how Godfather Part II is the greatest sequel of all time? Yeah, well, so is this.

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stevania_k
Jan 06, 2020

Somewhat humorous, gross, no lacking use of F-word, the heroes ain’t that super. Not as good as other Marvel movies I have watched.

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willpell
Dec 20, 2019

A strange follow-up to the smash success of Deadpool, this film is better in some ways and worse in others. Cable is PERFECT, and Domino is really cool, but the four characters who return from Deadpool 1 are treated with varying lacks of justice, from the dialing-down of the main character's deranged brilliance, to an utterly perfunctory inclusion of Negasonic in a narrative already sufficiently full of characters (and that's without my even mentioning a gigantic spoiler which is by far the best illustration of my point here). The stakes are weirdly both higher and lower than before, and the way the movie gets to where it's going is baffling. Well worth watching solely for Josh Brolin's performance, not to mention a surprise villain who appears in the piece halfway through and utterly steals the show. But the stakes are lower, the jokes are less well-constructed, and fully half of the film will be an unwelcome distraction from the popcorn that you'll need to get through it.

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15jason
Dec 16, 2019

Whereas the first was a breath of fresh air. This one is just another super-hero movie. Following the same formula as so many others...

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ScorchingSun
Dec 07, 2019

Whereas the first film was pointless silliness, this sequel was a vast improvement, in part because underneath the tomfoolery, there was some bittersweet pain.
And being packed full of deftly executed, chortle-worthy action scenes with cheeky colourful sidekicks didn't hurt.

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dylankemp
Aug 25, 2019

Pretty good.

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kuttu68
Jul 21, 2019

This was a hilarious movie even better to me then the first. I could not stop laughing in this one I just like Ryan Reynolds this part was made for him. The comebacks are great from Ryan. This is a crazy anti-superhero but funny not so serious like other Superhero movies.

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Nursebob
Jun 23, 2019

The novelty of the first film may have worn off, but the in-jokes, double entendres, and celebration of gore are just as fresh as they ever were in this worthy sequel to the 2016 anti-superhero blockbuster—and this time around Brad Pitt, Hugh Jackman, Matt Damon, and Barbara Streisand (sort of) lend a few cameos. If you loved the first instalment you’ll at least LIKE this one with its barrage of colourful language and Reynolds’ endearing habit of breaking character to address the audience directly. The CGI department certainly stepped up their game as well—the mutant fight scenes provide brilliant examples of comic book choreography while the music director dusted off some old CDs to offset the annoying cacophony of dubstep shrieks. Don’t worry, things WILL blow up and blood WILL paint the walls. A supernatural side story involving Heaven threatens to derail the fun with an overdose of schmaltz but it’s quickly dispelled once the final credits begin to scroll. Of course if you didn’t appreciate part one you can always stay home and watch old reruns of "Spiderman" cartoons.

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Ba_kuPlanet
May 27, 2019

Suggest Mature rating. Mindless humor. Worth watching multiple times to catch humor you may have missed the 1st time. Use your slow-play to catch the very short "easter eggs." I wonder if this humor was too edgy for Stan Lee since he doesn't have a cameo. Successful movie sequal.

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reginator_22
May 26, 2019

Other: Brief drug use

DanniOcean Nov 25, 2018

Violence: As expected in an action mivie. Many are slow-mo so less intense

DanniOcean Nov 25, 2018

Coarse Language: A lot of F-bombs and assorted other swear words.

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reginator_22
May 26, 2019

Firefist: [trying to get the collar off of Deadpool's neck] We need a code.

Domino: Try, uh... seven?

Deadpool: Settle down, Captain Lucky, it's not gonna be one number.

[Firefist presses the number 7 and unlocks the collar]

Deadpool: God, that's lazy writing.

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jimg2000
Sep 08, 2018

113 quotes, some fairly lengthy, posted in IMDb already. Thanks to the contributors:

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5463162/quotes/?tab=qt&ref_=tt_trv_qu

This quote is in IMDb as well (and yes, I took the bait and googled "dubstep":

What do you get when you take 8-feet of chrome, one pinch of courage, a cup of good luck, a dab of racism, a splash of diabetes, and a wheelbarrow of stage 4 cancer? Answer: A family. See? I didn't lie what kind of film this was. If there's anything you take away today - other than the need to google "what the fxck is dubstep" - it's that we all need to belong to someone.

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