Deadpool. Best superhero movie I have seen yet

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  1. blowtorch

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    "Predator 2, Tango and Cash, Cobra, Escape from LA, Demolition Man? You're naming some of the worst, most cliché movies ever made. No offense to you."

    I watched Escape from LA just over the weekend with my sons. I'd not seen it before


    That movie is AWESOME :D
     
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    And taking it on the chin...
     

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    And Wesley Snipes! For the love of all that is holy, don't forget Wesley Snipes! :lol:

    I added the emphasis there^. It seemed a shame to let that little nugget fly under the radar :lol:.
     
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    My 8 year old wants to see it, as he is a fan of all things super hero. Heck. I like them movies too!

    But... From the IMDB parents section, it's pretty obvious we won't be seeing that one.
     
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    "my wife" ?? :?:
     
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    Definitely NOT for 8-yr olds! My wife and I just saw it last night. I was actually surprised she was willing to see it. Very entertaining. The opening credits sequence alone is worth the money. Sounds like FOX is already considering making the next Wolverine movie R rated.
     
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    Saw it last night and it was a LOT of fun. I'll probably go again.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up.

    It's a little disappointing, since I grew up reading X-Men comics, and I always thought the idea of the 'Weapon XI' Deadpool was cool - a mutant with a healing factor that was jam packed with a bunch of other mutant's powers. Essentially, a sort of precursor to the Sentinels that grew to adapt to the X-Men's powers.

    This one seems a more on the cheeky, mercenary type Deadpool, which is cool too, but definitely not something we will see
     
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    In Canuckistan it is rated 14A -- "Persons under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult."
     
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    My son and I saw Deadpool last night. We loved it. A lot of great/clever moments. Excellent dialogue and excellent action.
     
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    Telling, Trudeau liberalism...:lol:

    Just got back from Deadpool...What a funny, action packed script...even the gratuitous sex scene(s) couldn't back off the laughing gas! Fun, Fun, Fun!!!
     
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    Saw it, loved it. Ryan Reynolds was perfect for the role.
     
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    My wife and I and our two adult sons saw it. It was great!

    My wife even wants to see it again.

    Definitely not for kids though!

    Dep
     
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    mots rated R movies are not for 8 year olds
    where is the facepalm simlie?
     
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    I think you missed my point. It being I wish they had stuck to the PG/PG-13 method of movie-making, in which case we would've considered going.
     
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    if you honestly think a pg-13 deadpool movie would have done the character justice, you don't know the character of deadpool very well. go read some deadpool comics or play the deadpool video game. fast, funny, unpredictable, and violent are good ways to describe him.
     
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    M favorite but was the cab driver.
     
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    A pg13 dead pool movie wouldn't work.
     
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    Lol! I remember Captain Jawbone. He looks like he could be a villain in the old "Dick Tracey" comics....

    like "uh oh...here comes the Chin..".:eek:
     
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    I'm not familiar with the original comic source, wondering about the script, since there's an to insider's reference to Vancouver's multitude of cabbies from the same, ethnic origin. Because much of the movie was shot here, it's seems too much of a coincidence...he'll probably get his own, spin-off feature.

    "Originally Posted by ThinLion View Post
    And taking it on the chin...
    Lol! I remember Captain Jawbone. He looks like he could be a villain in the old "Dick Tracey" comics...."

    like "uh oh...here comes the Chin..".

    Yet another inside, local, joke, considering how many Chin's are in the local phone book.

    It's star, Ryan Reynolds, was born in Vancouver, as well.
     
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