April 4th, 2016



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Release Year: 2016

Rating: 9.0/10 ( voted)

Critic's Score: /100

Director: Tim Miller

Stars: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller

This is the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

Writers: Rob Liefeld, Fabian Nicieza, Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, T.J. Miller, Ryan Reynolds, Karan Soni, Ed Skrein, Michael Benyaer, Stefan Kapicic, Brianna Hildebrand, Style Dayne, Kyle Cassie, Taylor Hickson, Ayzee, Naika Toussaint, Randal Reeder, T.J. Miller, Isaac C. Singleton Jr., Morena Baccarin, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Ryan Reynolds - Wade / Deadpool
Karan Soni - Dopinder
Ed Skrein - Ajax
Michael Benyaer - Warlord
Stefan Kapicic - Colossus (voice)
Brianna Hildebrand - Negasonic Teenage Warhead
Style Dayne - Jeremy (Pizza Guy)
Kyle Cassie - Gavin Merchant
Taylor Hickson - Meghan Orlovsky
Ayzee - Teen Girl #1
Naika Toussaint - Teen Girl #2
Randal Reeder - Buck
T.J. Miller - Weasel
Isaac C. Singleton Jr. - Boothe
Morena Baccarin - Vanessa

Taglines: Bad ass. Smart ass. Great ass.


Official Website: Deadpool Website | Official Facebook |

Country: USA, Canada

Language: English

Release Date: 3 Jan 2016

Filming Locations: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs


Did You Know?

In the late-'90s, Deadpool was given his very own comic book series. In the comic, he would team up with an inventor and supplier that goes by the name of Weasel. Weasel has also been known to "Bling" Deadpool's tactical gear. Weasel has invented a teleportation belt with Deadpool's logo on it and a satchel that supplies an unlimited amount of weapons. See more »

In an early scene in which Deadpool escapes from Colossus, he has neither sword on his back as he falls into an open-bed truck. He later emerges from the truck and now has both swords in place. See more »


User Review


Rating: 8/10

The latest Marvel superhero movie Deadpool helpfully sets the bar during its opening minutes, when its wisecracking eponymous protagonist compares an unpleasant taste to "two hobos f%#king in a shoe full of p!$s." It's a clear statement of intent for anyone who missed the film's popular, profanity-packed red-band trailers: This is an R- rated superhero movie, and the filmmakers are out to earn the rating as thoroughly and colorfully as possible. In the opening firefight, Deadpool takes a bullet square in the rectum: "Ugh, right up Main Street," he groans. He brands a generic crook on the forehead with a red-hot cigarette lighter, then crams it in the guy's mouth: "I never say this," he chuckles, "but don't swallow." And then he casually kills the crook's entire team, doling out snark as heads pop off bodies, or explode under gunfire. There's a potentially toxic smugness to the entire film, as Deadpool smirks and swaggers through a long, eventually wearying series of creative executions.

Deadpool's relentless pace is refreshing, and so is the sense that viewers will be able to keep up. The aggressive mayhem often comes close to Mark Millar territory, but those characters spelled out their contempt for the audience, and their hatred and rage made them unpleasant company. Deadpool, meanwhile, treats the audience into the ultimate collaborators, removed from harm, and in on the joke. He lives in a no-harm, no-foul, consequence-free world where even the most awful villains smile wryly at his quips, and the authentic heroes who disapprove of his methods just wag their fingers. It's a rough world for nameless crooks, whose corpses get treated like the ultimate joke. But it's sloppy, goofy fun for everyone else.


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