Discussion in 'Movies' started by CJ, Apr 13, 2017.
Josh Brolin to Play Cable in 'Deadpool 2' (Exclusive)
So much CGI/Prosthetics on Thanos, that character confusion is highly unlikely...
Good choice. Michael Shannon is great, don't get me wrong, but him Crowe, Pitt would have been miscasts IMO.
‘Deadpool 2’ Sets Jack Kesy As Villain: Could He Be Black Tom?
Full costume of Josh Brolin as Cable from the new Deadpool 2.
I saw Ron P's comment on the Ragnarok thread here, and immediately thought about the final Deadpool 2 Trailer. Specifically at the 1:18 mark.
Some classic fourth wall moments, looking forward to this one.
I also liked the One Eyed Willie comment which can't be unintentional.
Ok saw this one the other night, actually pretty damn good. You can see they had some more cash to spend this time around.
I thought it may have been funnier then the first movie, there was one thing that really caught me by surprise.
A good time was had .
BTW there is a mid credits scene that is very good but there is nothing but credits after that.
Put me in the disappointed camp. No real villian, recycled/forced humor. Not a long movie but it felt slow at times. The humor and violence somehow felt organic in the first movie where this one just tries to be edgy. Mid-credits scene was the best part of the movie.
Hmm that is interesting, in that I felt that the director in this one did a much better job, while the last one was funny it seemed to just happen while this one seemed better paced and the jokes just kept coming non stop.
Don't want to dump spoilers but for me this was a far better movie then the first one which I really did enjoy.
I enjoyed DP2. It's the movie that takes self-reference to a whole new level. Understand that I saw it with an audience of mostly geezers, many from the Villages. Some were clearly mystified.
Easily as good as the first for me.
Saw this yesterday. Agree it was really good. I'm not sure you can ever top the first just because they broke new ground legitimately but this one was a really good sequel.
Saw it in the theater with my daughter a couple of nights ago, we both thought it was fantastic, and I don't think she got half the jokes, because they referenced movies and pop culture that's much older than she is
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