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Discussion in 'Deadpool 2' started by Pennywise, May 10, 2018.
Early reactions are pouring in!
Who are these people?
Io9 has more.
Awesome to see great early reax!
Twitter reactions are mostly positive. I'll wait for the critic reviews.
I wasnt impressed with it as a whole.
Why? Too Much comedy?
I stopped trusting even critic tweet reactions. Too much BS these days.
I absolutely loved this film. I watched it last night and I legit wish I could watch it again right now
Awesome, can you elaborate a bit more without spoiling the major stuff? Or are you sworn to secrecy?
Nah I'm not sworn to secrecy! What would you like to know? I just don't want to talk about something that you may not what to know about lol Better yet I'll answer your questions in the main discussion thread since this one says no spoilers
Nothing particularly spoilers, just what you liked and disliked about it
wow.....the consensus is that its better than the 1st one.
Okay so I liked the opening credits scene (it's being overshadowed by the post credits scene but it's great too!), I like how they touch base on Wade's darker side...not that he's bad or anything but they really put him through a lot of emotional pain in the film, the comedy is excellent (I missed a lot of stuff cause my theater was laughing so much), the violence is good and overall I actually enjoyed the story. Domino and Cable were A+ and I legit cannot wait to see them in X-Force
Also this is a two hour film but man do those two hours fly by!
What I disliked....hmm there were a few moments in the film where I thought they didn't allow the emotional aspect of the previous scene to play out all the way before hitting us with comedy BUT Deadpool is a guy who filters his pain through comedy (at least Ryan's version) so I get why they did that. Some of the CGI is off but the action more than makes up for it. I wish there were was more Cable and Domino but they maybe saving that for X-Force. And to be honest this me nitpicking at the film. I absolutely loved this movie.
Great, that's all I wanted as don't want to be spoiled more than I already am, thanks.
I LOVED the first one so this is good to hear.
I wanna know what this post credit scene thats so amazing is. If someone would be kind enough to PM me the details on that one thing, Id really appreciate it. Trust me, I have no issues with spoilers, and I wouldnt dare ruin it for anyone else. I just gotta know!!
About the post credit scenes
There are four and one was cut, according to this https://mcucosmic.com/2018/05/these...credit-scenes-including-the-cut-one-spoilers/ the scenes are all described
I personally want to know post credit scenes ahead to decide whether I want to sit through the credits. The Inifity War one wasnt worth the time for me for example.
You can save your time, there's no after credit scene, only mid-credit one
Man, the description of that Baby Hitler scene... t:
God, that's crazy. I can see why they cut it, but man, now I want that in there. That's like the definition of twisted-as-hell-yet-hilarious.
"Shut up Ira, you'll thank me someday!" The balls on you, Reynolds.
I don't care about knowing ANYTHING that happens in the movie. In fact, I've only seen the Bob Ross teaser, the "Deadpool, Meet Cable" trailer and a :30s TV Spot.
BUT... there's one thing I'd like to know about the sequel. How's Tyler Bates' score (I'm a huge fan of the original Deadpool OST by Junkie XL)?
Reynolds is so fully committed to this role. I love it. In a way it kinda saved his career.
So are there multiple credit scenes? Or just one?
I have heard someone say the movie might be funnier than the first one but in doing so loses some groundedness that the first one had.
You don't really learn much about Cable at all apparently.
If you're going to go through Cable's backstory, you'd have to go through Domino's back story and then suddenly you have a bloated sequel that's trying to do too much. But they tell us enough about each character so we know why they're in the movie. I guess that's the struggle in introducing new characters though. You either risk doing too much or risk doing too little.