Deadpool 2 movie review - Aussieboyreviews
DOES THE HUMOUR GET EVEN MORE CRUDE IN DEADPOOL 2?
This sequel is crude, bloody and foul; again, definitely for older teens and up. Deadpool 2 is an entirely new story that’s packed with hilarious action and more fun characters throughout.
Foul-mouthed Wade who now disguises himself as Deadpool protects a young mutant from the authorities and gets thrown in prison. However, he manages to escape and forms a team of mutants to prevent a time-travelling mercenary from killing the kid.
Director: David Leitch
Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Julian Dennison, Zazie Beetz, T.J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, Jack Kesy
Writer: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Ryan Reynolds
Release Date (Australia): 16 May 2018
Runtime: 119 minutes/1h 59m
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
Country: Canada, USA
CONTENT GUIDE (warning: May contain spoilers)
The film contains crude humour and references to child abuse.
The film contains shootings and stabbings, as well as gore and injury detail, accompanied by large spurts and spatters of blood.
The film features two uses of the word “c**t” and frequent use of the word “f**k”.
The film contains a scene in which a character inhales cocaine.
The film contains male buttocks nudity.
The film features crude sexual references throughout.
R (for strong violence and language throughout, sexual references and brief drug material)
Aussie boy's thoughts
This satisfying sequel’s developers mainly focused on organising a brand new situation to replant the predecessor’s action, absurdity and heroes in. And their success in that results in Deadpool 2. It’s the action-packed and hilarious followup everyone wanted and needed.
Reynolds was clearly born for the 2016 original’s role, and he was selected for that role to cleverly arrive back as Deadpool. There’s also a great election of new heroes, too. However, the sequel remains as kid-unfriendly as it picks up more gory action and crude humour.
Although Deadpool 2 is slightly less enjoyable and funnier than the first film, it does better with references and true wittiness. Every watch, you’ll surely notice another hilariously significant element, both visual and verbal. Plus, it seems a lot brighter and manages to keep comical.
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