So, DEADPOOL 2 is the action, comedy sequel to the 2016 film DEADPOOL, directed by: David Leitch. Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Morena Baccarin, Julian Dennison, Zazie Beetz, T. J. Miller, Brianna Hildebrand, and Jack Kesy.
'The Merk with a Mouth, Deadpool (Reynolds) returns with a mission to protect a young mutant (Dennison) from the time traveler, Cable (Brolin). To do this, Deadpool forms a team of mutants of his own, X-Force.'
Although you'll have a great time, it's not exactly the best follow up!
Reynolds inhabits the character, body and soul. It's so clear that he adores the character and wants to truely export the character from the comics. Bringing Leitch on as director really helped with the action scenes. He brings that intense action movie flavour, but now he can overplay that with Deadpool's abilities and it works in the film's favour. The inclusion of more Deadpool action was insanely fun. The Easter Eggs, References, and Cameos were all hilarious, fun, and a few very surprising.
I would say that the first film felt like a major event, but this feels like a quick follow up. Although it has the awesome comedy, it has a very mixed bag of tone between drama and comedy in the first act. Brolin played an awesome character in Cable, I just wish that there was more from the character. What you see in the trailer is all you get in the film. Like before the CGI isn't insanely good, but is enjoyable.
In the end, this is a fun film, with great comedy and action sequences, but doesn't necessarily match the great event that was the first film. I'll give DEADPOOL 2 a B-
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