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    Overall Customer Rating:
    98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1680 out of 1715)

    Synopsis


    Deadpool 2
    In this sequel, irreverent warrior Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) recruits mutant fighters Domino (Zazie Beetz), Bedlam (Terry Crews), and Shatterstar (Lewis Tan) to form an alliance he names the X-Force. Their mission is to protect a teenage boy from the wrath of the forceful Cable (Josh Brolin). Morena Baccarin, Brianna Hildebrand and Bill Skarsgård also star. Directed by David Leitch. ~ Caroline Griswold, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Ryan Reynolds
      Ryan Reynolds - Wade/Deadpool
    • Josh Brolin
      Josh Brolin - Nathan Summers / Cable
    • Morena Baccarin
      Morena Baccarin - Vanessa
    • T.J. Miller
      T.J. Miller - Wesel
    • Brianna Hildebrand
      Brianna Hildebrand - Negasonic Teenage Warhead



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 1717 reviews

    98%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Timecop + Deadpool = Fun

      Posted
      Xeno

      This review is NOT written by a Deadpool fan. Lets get that out of the way. I find Deadpool amusing, but easily annoying. Now... Deadpool 2. The 4th wall breaking, merc with a mouth is back in the sequel to his 2016 debut. If you're not familiar with Deadpool, he's a self-aware comic book hero that not only knows he's in a movie, video game, comic book, or whatever, but Deadpool uses that to his advantage. Additionally, Deadpool cannot die. His healing factor is so strong that being blown to bits only delays the inevitable.... he will find you... you will die. The story starts off with Deadpool killing. He loves killing. As live would have it, his killing catches up with him. An incomplete contract comes back to  destroy all that he loves. This propels Deadpool into a deep depression. Trying to end his own life, Deadpool realized he’s unable. He survives every attempt due to his healing factor. As the movie progresses, Deadpool joins up with the X-Men, screws it up, goes to jail, then decides he needs to save the future from a psychotic mutant. Yeah… it’s confusing like that. What worked is the many references to pop culture. Deadpool rips on Logan (2017), the Avengers franchise, DC movies, Panic Room (2002), and more. It’s a lot like watching Blazing Saddles. Audiences appreciate the references now, but years from now, the references won’t be pop culture. A weak point in the plot was how the psychotic mutant enlists the help of Juggernaut. There was a quick scene that didn’t allude to much connection, but somehow they’re friends? The end of the movie was supposed to be more touching, but amidst the many gags and punchlines, it was hard to take it seriously. While that’s sorta the point, it ruined what could’ve been a good ending. A side complaint was Domino. The comic character was so much more epic than her representation in the movie. Yes, Domino is a side character, but it’s still better to stick to the source material than reinterpret the character as “Lucky Girl”. At least we didn’t get a Wolverine Origins Deadpool. Then again…. The movie addresses that. I wasn’t a fan of the first Deadpool movie. It was raunchy and rude. Deadpool 2 toned this down to appeal to a wider audience. I’m not a Deadpool fan, but I did enjoy this movie enough to consider a purchase. I would recommend it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      A Family Movie that's not for Kids

      Posted
      Xeno

      This review is NOT written by a Deadpool fan. Lets get that out of the way. I find Deadpool amusing, but easily annoying. Now... Deadpool 2. The 4th wall breaking, merc with a mouth is back in the sequel to his 2016 debut. If you're not familiar with Deadpool, he's a self-aware comic book hero that not only knows he's in a movie, video game, comic book, or whatever, but Deadpool uses that to his advantage. Additionally, Deadpool cannot die. His healing factor is so strong that being blown to bits only delays the inevitable.... he will find you... you will die. The story starts off with Deadpool killing. He loves killing. As live would have it, his killing catches up with him. An incomplete contract comes back to  destroy all that he loves. This propels Deadpool into a deep depression. Trying to end his own life, Deadpool realized he’s unable. He survives every attempt due to his healing factor. As the movie progresses, Deadpool joins up with the X-Men, screws it up, goes to jail, then decides he needs to save the future from a psychotic mutant. Yeah… it’s confusing like that. What worked is the many references to pop culture. Deadpool rips on Logan (2017), the Avengers franchise, DC movies, Panic Room (2002), and more. It’s a lot like watching Blazing Saddles. Audiences appreciate the references now, but years from now, the references won’t be pop culture. A weak point in the plot was how the psychotic mutant enlists the help of Juggernaut. There was a quick scene that didn’t allude to much connection, but somehow they’re friends? The end of the movie was supposed to be more touching, but amidst the many gags and punchlines, it was hard to take it seriously. While that’s sorta the point, it ruined what could’ve been a good ending. A side complaint was Domino. The comic character was so much more epic than her representation in the movie. Yes, Domino is a side character, but it’s still better to stick to the source material than reinterpret the character as “Lucky Girl”. At least we didn’t get a Wolverine Origins Deadpool. Then again…. The movie addresses that. I wasn’t a fan of the first Deadpool movie. It was raunchy and rude. Deadpool 2 toned this down to appeal to a wider audience. I’m not a Deadpool fan, but I did enjoy this movie enough to consider a purchase. I would recommend it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Puns, Guns, and Baby Legs

      Posted
      Xeno

      This review is NOT written by a Deadpool fan. Lets get that out of the way. I find Deadpool amusing, but easily annoying. Now... Deadpool 2. The 4th wall breaking, merc with a mouth is back in the sequel to his 2016 debut. If you're not familiar with Deadpool, he's a self-aware comic book hero that not only knows he's in a movie, video game, comic book, or whatever, but Deadpool uses that to his advantage. Additionally, Deadpool cannot die. His healing factor is so strong that being blown to bits only delays the inevitable.... he will find you... you will die. The story starts off with Deadpool killing. He loves killing. As live would have it, his killing catches up with him. An incomplete contract comes back to  destroy all that he loves. This propels Deadpool into a deep depression. Trying to end his own life, Deadpool realized he’s unable. He survives every attempt due to his healing factor. As the movie progresses, Deadpool joins up with the X-Men, screws it up, goes to jail, then decides he needs to save the future from a psychotic mutant. Yeah… it’s confusing like that. What worked is the many references to pop culture. Deadpool rips on Logan (2017), the Avengers franchise, DC movies, Panic Room (2002), and more. It’s a lot like watching Blazing Saddles. Audiences appreciate the references now, but years from now, the references won’t be pop culture. A weak point in the plot was how the psychotic mutant enlists the help of Juggernaut. There was a quick scene that didn’t allude to much connection, but somehow they’re friends? The end of the movie was supposed to be more touching, but amidst the many gags and punchlines, it was hard to take it seriously. While that’s sorta the point, it ruined what could’ve been a good ending. A side complaint was Domino. The comic character was so much more epic than her representation in the movie. Yes, Domino is a side character, but it’s still better to stick to the source material than reinterpret the character as “Lucky Girl”. At least we didn’t get a Wolverine Origins Deadpool. Then again…. The movie addresses that. I wasn’t a fan of the first Deadpool movie. It was raunchy and rude. Deadpool 2 toned this down to appeal to a wider audience. I’m not a Deadpool fan, but I did enjoy this movie enough to consider a purchase. I would recommend it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      F is for Family. And other words used.

      Posted
      Xeno

      This review is NOT written by a Deadpool fan. Lets get that out of the way. I find Deadpool amusing, but easily annoying. Now... Deadpool 2. The 4th wall breaking, merc with a mouth is back in the sequel to his 2016 debut. If you're not familiar with Deadpool, he's a self-aware comic book hero that not only knows he's in a movie, video game, comic book, or whatever, but Deadpool uses that to his advantage. Additionally, Deadpool cannot die. His healing factor is so strong that being blown to bits only delays the inevitable.... he will find you... you will die. The story starts off with Deadpool killing. He loves killing. As live would have it, his killing catches up with him. An incomplete contract comes back to  destroy all that he loves. This propels Deadpool into a deep depression. Trying to end his own life, Deadpool realized he’s unable. He survives every attempt due to his healing factor. As the movie progresses, Deadpool joins up with the X-Men, screws it up, goes to jail, then decides he needs to save the future from a psychotic mutant. Yeah… it’s confusing like that. What worked is the many references to pop culture. Deadpool rips on Logan (2017), the Avengers franchise, DC movies, Panic Room (2002), and more. It’s a lot like watching Blazing Saddles. Audiences appreciate the references now, but years from now, the references won’t be pop culture. A weak point in the plot was how the psychotic mutant enlists the help of Juggernaut. There was a quick scene that didn’t allude to much connection, but somehow they’re friends? The end of the movie was supposed to be more touching, but amidst the many gags and punchlines, it was hard to take it seriously. While that’s sorta the point, it ruined what could’ve been a good ending. A side complaint was Domino. The comic character was so much more epic than her representation in the movie. Yes, Domino is a side character, but it’s still better to stick to the source material than reinterpret the character as “Lucky Girl”. At least we didn’t get a Wolverine Origins Deadpool. Then again…. The movie addresses that. I wasn’t a fan of the first Deadpool movie. It was raunchy and rude. Deadpool 2 toned this down to appeal to a wider audience. I’m not a Deadpool fan, but I did enjoy this movie enough to consider a purchase. I would recommend it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Half Merc - Half Baby - All Amusing

      Posted
      Xeno

      This review is NOT written by a Deadpool fan. Lets get that out of the way. I find Deadpool amusing, but easily annoying. Now... Deadpool 2. The 4th wall breaking, merc with a mouth is back in the sequel to his 2016 debut. If you're not familiar with Deadpool, he's a self-aware comic book hero that not only knows he's in a movie, video game, comic book, or whatever, but Deadpool uses that to his advantage. Additionally, Deadpool cannot die. His healing factor is so strong that being blown to bits only delays the inevitable.... he will find you... you will die. The story starts off with Deadpool killing. He loves killing. As live would have it, his killing catches up with him. An incomplete contract comes back to  destroy all that he loves. This propels Deadpool into a deep depression. Trying to end his own life, Deadpool realized he’s unable. He survives every attempt due to his healing factor. As the movie progresses, Deadpool joins up with the X-Men, screws it up, goes to jail, then decides he needs to save the future from a psychotic mutant. Yeah… it’s confusing like that. What worked is the many references to pop culture. Deadpool rips on Logan (2017), the Avengers franchise, DC movies, Panic Room (2002), and more. It’s a lot like watching Blazing Saddles.Audiences appreciate the references now, but years from now, the references won’t be pop culture. A weak point in the plot was how the psychotic mutant enlists the help of Juggernaut. There was a quick scene that didn’t allude to much connection,but somehow they’re friends? The end of the movie was supposed to be more touching, but amidst the many gags and punchlines, it was hard to take it seriously. While that’s sorta the point, it ruined what could’ve been a good ending. I wasn’t a fan of the first Deadpool movie. It was raunchy and rude. Deadpool 2 toned this down to appeal to a wider audience. I’m not a Deadpool fan, but I did enjoy this movie enough to consider a purchase. I would recommend it.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Very good sequel

      Posted
      exyle
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      I loved the first Deadpool despite some of the over the top raunchiness of it (but what do you expect from Deadpool). I was expecting more of the same from the sequel, and it certainly puts ridiculous humor above all else, but I was actually pleasantly surprised to see that this sequel actually went a bit further to try and rely on story and character development (a t least as much as you can do in this kind of film, lol) versus just trying to "one up" the raunchy humor from the last one. In fact if anything I was glad to see that they actually toned that down a tad (I'm sorry, but I will never be able to look at Stan Lee the same again after seeing him doing a cameo as a dirty old man in the strip club scene of DeadPool 1...very disturbing, lol). They spent more time telling an actual story (however comical it may have been) than just seeing how far they could push the envelope on the dirty jokes. I personally appreciated that...and there was certainly no lack of them, as it is DeadPool after all...some people may feel different...all a matter of opinion I guess. The action was fantastic, as well as the overall look and feel of the cinematography. I thought Josh Brolin played an awesome rendition of Cable. They actually made a great bit of fun to watch for someone who's only "super power" is extreme luck. You just have to see the visuals that occur surrounding her luck to understand that. Overall this movie is just plain fun. It's one of those movies that I pop in when I'm bored and watch it the whole way through and I enjoy it each and every time. Been a long time since I added a film like that to my collection. Highly recommend if you're not easily offended!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Better than in the theater

      Posted
      EMO7474774
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      I saw it in the theater, and I was slightly disappointed. The original, I felt, was simply better, tighter, funnier, and it made more sense as far as Deadpool's power to regenerate. I'm sorry, but if he blows himself up by lying on barrels of fuel, there shouldn't be much left of him to regenerate, and what's left of him should be burnt and unable to regenerate. Also, being ripped in half by Juggernaut should cause, at the very least, some major blood loss and death. This is not even counting that he blew himself up in his apartment, which is in a building that is occupied by other renters, so he destroyed his apartment, and theirs, and perhaps the building itself, leaving a lot of people and perhaps families homeless. If you want to go, go, but don't take everyone and everything with you. That's crap, to be polite. Having said that, I like this version of Deadpool 2 better than the one I saw in the theater. The scenes they put back in actually make the movie better, funnier, more coherent. It was a mistake taking them out. In the theater, I thought it was basically a movie in 2 halves. The first, before they jump out of the airplane, was okay, so so. After that, I thought the humor was great and the action fantastic. In this Blu Ray/4K version, with the added scenes, I think the movie is a lot better from beginning to end. The original is still better though.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Well Worth The Money

      Posted
      Autobot032
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      The movie is hilarious and even a bit thought-provoking, but that goes without saying. My review will focus more on the discs I purchased and my experience. Fox went a little overboard with this set.It's a bit difficult to figure out what's what at first glance, because there are four discs and a bunch of papers mixed in and at first if you don't look close enough you'll grab the wrong disc out of the case. There's theatrical and unrated cuts on both Blu-ray and 4k discs, two of each version, so trying to find the right one can be a tad confusing at first. It also doesn't help that they're all mixed up in the case and where you'd expect 4k vs Blu-ray wasn't the case here. (4k's were hidden under the BDs and the paperwork.) That's more of a "cr@p happens" kinda deal rather than anything to complain about. First world problems and all. Just thought I'd mention it in case anyone else has the same issue. To be fair, I was pretty doggone excited to get it. lol Looks great and sounds even better in full surround. Even the digital copies are 4k! (With Dolby Atmos, no less.) Absolutely worth picking up, period, and especially if you liked/loved the first one.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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