Director: Tim Miller
Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, Gina Carano, TJ Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Stefan Kapičić
After years of waiting and anticipation, Deadpool has finally hit the theaters. Deadpool is not like any other super hero; he is smart, he is sarcastic, and he is brutally insane.
The plot sees military man-turned-mercenary Wade Wilson being diagnosed with terminal cancer. But to his surprise, a character offers him a way out. He takes Wade to Ajax who performs evil experiments on him and turns him into a mutant. Wade who is already pissed off, is further ticked when Ajax kidnaps Wade’s girlfriend Vanessa portrayed by Morena Baccarin.
Seeking revenge, wade creates an alter ego named Deadpool. Pumped with his new-found healing powers and thirst for revenge, Deadpool goes after the sadistic bad guy. In this vengeful journey, Deadpool also teams up with a pair of B-list X-Men.
The film starts with bizarre credits that don’t name actors but instead the characters in it — a “douche bag”, a “cool chick”, a “British villain”, a “comic relief”, and a “cameo”, directed by “an overpaid tool”. The writers, though, are credited as “the real heroes.”
Deadpool has a "certified fresh" 83% critics' score on Rotten Tomatoes and is funny from start to finish. We are tempted to reel out more plot spoilers, but are being genuine caring and want you to have a roar of an entertainment, watching this movie on the big screen. Reynolds nails the titular role of Deadpool. The movie over all is fantastic and is a must watch for everyone (18+ in India).