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Hilarious. Wear your brown pants, because you just might s$*% yourself laughing.

My wife and I are debating about whether to let our very mature 15-year-old daughter see it. Our 8 and 10 year old boys will be very disappointed that we will not let them see it. I don't think my 9 year old daughters will care, but they're certainly not seeing it either.

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Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Hilarious. Wear your brown pants, because you just might s%#! yourself laughing.

My wife and I are debating about whether to let our very mature 15-year-old daughter see it. Our 8 and 10 year old boys will be very disappointed that we will not let them see it. I don't think my 9 year old daughters will care, but they're certainly not seeing it either.

Yeah, sure. Bring the daughter.

Some of the jokes might soar over her head but...


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Deadpool was a fun movie. Worth the price of the ticket.


Hama wrote:
Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Hilarious. Wear your brown pants, because you just might s%#! yourself laughing.

My wife and I are debating about whether to let our very mature 15-year-old daughter see it. Our 8 and 10 year old boys will be very disappointed that we will not let them see it. I don't think my 9 year old daughters will care, but they're certainly not seeing it either.

Yeah, sure. Bring the daughter.

Some of the jokes might soar over her head but...

And she might be able to explain some of the dirtier bits to you.


Colossus was a good choice to pair up with Deadpool for this. Big metal giant is pure Paragon compaired to Deadpool's anti-hero. Plus the fight with Angel Dust was great

I like the decision they made with Negasonic, would have been a very different feel if they had gone with Cannoball like they had planned originally. She fit nicely between Colossus and Deadpool. Someone who could go either way when she gets older.

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Spoiler:
I like how she totally killed (probably) those two guys when colossus wasn't looking. Those two were some of the best xmen on film, imo beacause they were totally comics gonzo. Yellow costuming and all. Is there a subtle joke about singerverse costuming in there as negasonic starts in the blacks, but unveils a classic feel costume? I think so.

Also, my favorite scene is when colossus stops his fight with Angel Dust for her wardrobe malfunction. It's so cartoony and goofy and actually realistic in a way. Just a refreshing bit of action movie moment that you always imagined*should* have happened before.

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Norman Osborne wrote:
Hama wrote:
Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Hilarious. Wear your brown pants, because you just might s%#! yourself laughing.

My wife and I are debating about whether to let our very mature 15-year-old daughter see it. Our 8 and 10 year old boys will be very disappointed that we will not let them see it. I don't think my 9 year old daughters will care, but they're certainly not seeing it either.

Yeah, sure. Bring the daughter.

Some of the jokes might soar over her head but...
And she might be able to explain some of the dirtier bits to you.

Orly


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archmagi1 wrote:
*** spoiler ***

That scene was great.

There he is trying so hard not to look and she is all "thank you", "you're such a nice guy"
and then

Spoiler:

Dick Punch

brilliant


Is this the same angel dust from the morlocks comic?

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No idea. It's a toothpick in the mouth strong arm. About the tall and short of it.


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archmagi1 wrote:
No idea. It's a toothpick in the mouth strong arm. About the tall and short of it.

But played by Gina Carano! Mmmmmm. :)


Gina Carano has a "wardrobe malfunction"?

Yeah, need to see this movie. :D

Unfortunately, I just discovered that the only movie theater within 40 miles recently closed. It's kind of ridiculous that a town of ~50K people apparently can't sustain a movie theater.


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Saw it. Loved it.

Its the foul-mouthed, absurdly violent comic book movie I needed to shake me out of the assembly line complacency Marvel Studios has dragged me into.


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Cole Deschain wrote:

Saw it. Loved it.

Its the foul-mouthed, absurdly violent comic book movie I needed to shake me out of the assembly line complacency Marvel Studios has dragged me into.

I've never quite understood comments like this. If you don't enjoy the Marvel Studios films, there is a simple solution....not watching them. I promise Stan Lee won't come to your house and force you to go see them at gunpoint.


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You mistake me. I don't dislike them at all.

But they are often too comfortable. Sometimes a little jolt does one good.


Freehold DM wrote:
Is this the same angel dust from the morlocks comic?

I think so...what if any resemblance she has to the comics character is up in the air.


archmagi1 wrote:

I like how she totally killed (probably) those two guys when colossus wasn't looking. Those two were some of the best xmen on film, imo beacause they were totally comics gonzo. Yellow costuming and all. Is there a subtle joke about singerverse costuming in there as negasonic starts in the blacks, but unveils a classic feel costume? I think so.

Also, my favorite scene is when colossus stops his fight with Angel Dust for her wardrobe malfunction. It's so cartoony and goofy and actually realistic in a way. Just a refreshing bit of action movie moment that you always imagined*should* have happened before.

I think the joke in the bar that weasel had about monochrome outfits was also partially targeting that.


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I actually appreciated the relative economy with established characters this film used... not a lot of wasted material.

Spoiler:
Like, killing Francis? Fine, that character really didn't have the juice left in his tank for another appearance, AND cold-bloodedly killing him in the middle of Colossus' big speech about heroism was a far better use for the guy than anything a sequel could have done.

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Norman Osborne wrote:
Cole Deschain wrote:

Saw it. Loved it.

Its the foul-mouthed, absurdly violent comic book movie I needed to shake me out of the assembly line complacency Marvel Studios has dragged me into.

I've never quite understood comments like this. If you don't enjoy the Marvel Studios films, there is a simple solution....not watching them. I promise Stan Lee won't come to your house and force you to go see them at gunpoint.

But he might totally call you out when he's MC'ing at the local sleaze pub.


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Which brings us of course to

Stan Lee's guest appearance in Deadpool

LMAO

man I hope those rumors of Stan being the Watcher end up being true

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Hard R. Incredibly funny.

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Best marvel movie involving fox period also a better love story than the entire twighlight saga.


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also a better love story than the entire twighlight saga.

Setting the bar kinda low there...

But the romantic plot did indeed feel weirdly genuine.

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More like awesomely genuine

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Sharoth wrote:
Deadpool was a fun movie. Worth the price of the ticket.

Hey Sharoth in particular but anyone in general....I know it's a hard R rating but is the rating mostly about language and sexual innuendo or is there nudity and R type violence like really gory stuff?


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Fake Healer wrote:
Hey Sharoth in particular but anyone in general....I know it's a hard R rating but is the rating mostly about language and sexual innuendo or is there nudity and R type violence like really gory stuff?

Full frontal nudity, F-bombs galore, gruesome exit wounds, a comically disgusting series of broken bones...

This flick earns its R.

Or rather, waves its banner with a triumphant cheer.

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People turned into mush, blood sprays, boobs.

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IMDB Parent's Guide

Its a *long* list on imdb.

Nudity: There is female full frontal, female breasts, female butts, male butts, out of focus male full frontal, a lengthy sex scene montage, including implied anal sex. Pretty much everything that is considered obscene in American cinema.

Profanity: Name it, its in there. Often. F bombs are on par with Wolf of Wall Street.

Gore: A guy gets gooed on a highway sign, multiple decapitations, some mild body horror, limb breakings (in a monty python-esque scene in particular), tons of generic action movie deaths, tons of gory action movie deaths. All of it is presented cartoony, and not in a saw sort of way.


Fake Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Deadpool was a fun movie. Worth the price of the ticket.

Hey Sharoth in particular but anyone in general....I know it's a hard R rating but is the rating mostly about language and sexual innuendo or is there nudity and R type violence like really gory stuff?

Yes.

Just yes.

Edit - I would not take kids to this movie.


Sharoth wrote:
Fake Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Deadpool was a fun movie. Worth the price of the ticket.

Hey Sharoth in particular but anyone in general....I know it's a hard R rating but is the rating mostly about language and sexual innuendo or is there nudity and R type violence like really gory stuff?

Yes.

Just yes.

Edit - I would not take kids to this movie.

thanks for the heads up- I will not be taking my nephew to this.


Hama wrote:
Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Hilarious. Wear your brown pants, because you just might s%#! yourself laughing.

My wife and I are debating about whether to let our very mature 15-year-old daughter see it. Our 8 and 10 year old boys will be very disappointed that we will not let them see it. I don't think my 9 year old daughters will care, but they're certainly not seeing it either.

Yeah, sure. Bring the daughter.

Some of the jokes might soar over her head but...

She is 15. She has heard and seen worse in all regards.

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Sharoth wrote:
Fake Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Deadpool was a fun movie. Worth the price of the ticket.

Hey Sharoth in particular but anyone in general....I know it's a hard R rating but is the rating mostly about language and sexual innuendo or is there nudity and R type violence like really gory stuff?

Yes.

Just yes.

Edit - I would not take kids to this movie.

Yeah, I was more worried about the wifey, lol...she has a sensitivity to gore and torture stuff so I am leaving her home for this one....


Fake Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Fake Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Deadpool was a fun movie. Worth the price of the ticket.

Hey Sharoth in particular but anyone in general....I know it's a hard R rating but is the rating mostly about language and sexual innuendo or is there nudity and R type violence like really gory stuff?

Yes.

Just yes.

Edit - I would not take kids to this movie.

Yeah, I was more worried about the wifey, lol...she has a sensitivity to gore and torture stuff so I am leaving her home for this one....

It is gory, but not super gory. Not Walking Dead gory, but just mindless violence gory. Yes, there is torture in there, but I feel it "fits" with who is doing it. But I think that your wife would have issues with it. Take your best male friend to it and you will have a blast.


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Or you could tell your wife to man up and stop acting like a little girl! ~looks past Fake Healer and gulps~ I am sorry Mrs. Healer. I was just joking! ~runs~

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Deadpool and Colossus


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The Deadpool movie was everything I wanted in a Deadpool movie.


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Lilith wrote:
The Deadpool movie was everything I wanted in a Deadpool movie.

I think my problem with getting excited about this is that I've never actually wanted a Deadpool movie. Or even a comic, for that matter.

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thejeff wrote:
Lilith wrote:
The Deadpool movie was everything I wanted in a Deadpool movie.
I think my problem with getting excited about this is that I've never actually wanted a Deadpool movie. Or even a comic, for that matter.

Well it wasn't for you.


Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Hilarious. Wear your brown pants, because you just might s*+~ yourself laughing.

My wife and I are debating about whether to let our very mature 15-year-old daughter see it. Our 8 and 10 year old boys will be very disappointed that we will not let them see it. I don't think my 9 year old daughters will care, but they're certainly not seeing it either.

Here is your litmus test:

Do you know what pegging is? Y/N

If "Yes", enjoy your movie.

If "No" please do not subject yourself to this movie.

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Zurias wrote:
Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Hilarious. Wear your brown pants, because you just might s*+~ yourself laughing.

My wife and I are debating about whether to let our very mature 15-year-old daughter see it. Our 8 and 10 year old boys will be very disappointed that we will not let them see it. I don't think my 9 year old daughters will care, but they're certainly not seeing it either.

Here is your litmus test:

Do you know what pegging is? Y/N

If "Yes", enjoy your movie.

If "No" please do not subject yourself to this movie.

That is a minor, hilarious, part of the movie.


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Thematically, I think I see where Zurius is coming from. If you can laugh at that, you'll laugh through the whole movie.

Also, after reading a recent interview, I realized I saw what I thought I saw. That is, indeed, several brief shots of Ryan Reynolds penis. Good to know.


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"Deadpool is wildly creative and new, and that’s what audiences want," said Fox domestic distribution chief Chris Aronson. "I think a lot of credit goes to [Fox CEO] Jim Gianopulos for having the courage to make this movie."

....are you F#@$ing kidding me


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Greylurker wrote:
Quote:
"Deadpool is wildly creative and new, and that’s what audiences want," said Fox domestic distribution chief Chris Aronson. "I think a lot of credit goes to [Fox CEO] Jim Gianopulos for having the courage to make this movie."

....are you F#@$ing kidding me

The movie makes a lot of money(and so soon after the Fantastic Four fiasco) so of course the CEO wants to be the one who was always behind this movie^^


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One of the funniest moments for me was one that seemed to fall flat for a lot of the audience both times I've seen it.

Spoiler:
When Deadpool cuts his hand off to escape, as he's falling away just after the blood sprays all over Colossus, he says "Are you there God? It's me, Margaret". I'm not sure if the book just wasn't well known amongst the audience, but it was a pretty obvious reference to the novel Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret by Judy Blume, a coming of age story that has a major plot point dealing with Margaret's first period. I completely cracked up.


Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Fake Healer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Deadpool was a fun movie. Worth the price of the ticket.

Hey Sharoth in particular but anyone in general....I know it's a hard R rating but is the rating mostly about language and sexual innuendo or is there nudity and R type violence like really gory stuff?

Yes.

Just yes.

Edit - I would not take kids to this movie.

thanks for the heads up- I will not be taking my nephew to this.

I find that the violence is about the same level as the first Jurassic Park. You get one explicit close-up showing of a severed hand and pretty much everything else is mostly at a distance and cut away from almost instantly, just shown long enough so you can definitely say it happened.

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Tinkergoth wrote:
One of the funniest moments for me was one that seemed to fall flat for a lot of the audience both times I've seen it.

I watched the movie with a certain leading Game Publisher, he got the joke but I missed it, when I asked after the show he could not remember the scene, thanks for explaining it here.

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Norman Osborne wrote:
Cole Deschain wrote:

Saw it. Loved it.

Its the foul-mouthed, absurdly violent comic book movie I needed to shake me out of the assembly line complacency Marvel Studios has dragged me into.

I've never quite understood comments like this. If you don't enjoy the Marvel Studios films, there is a simple solution....not watching them. I promise Stan Lee won't come to your house and force you to go see them at gunpoint.

Too much of a good thing is like not having enough sometimes. Most people dig Iron Man, Avengers, Cap 2, GotG, but there's a lot of movies in there I'll never see after the first viewing (i.e. it's hit and miss basically... you keep going back because what came previously is good, but you hit a few bad road apples along the way)

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Cole Deschain wrote:
Kevin Mack wrote:
also a better love story than the entire twighlight saga.

Setting the bar kinda low there...

But the romantic plot did indeed feel weirdly genuine.

It's Morena Baccarin. Trust me guys: everything she ever touched turned to gold.

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Cole Deschain wrote:

This flick earns its R.

Or rather, waves its banner with a triumphant cheer.

Completely agree with you. Although [blinks... checks twice... blinks again] it's funny to notice that Quebec, Canada has it rated for 13 year olds... I wonder if they edited it for larger audience or if they lost a lot of R events in the translation??

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Hama wrote:
Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Hilarious. Wear your brown pants, because you just might s%#! yourself laughing.

My wife and I are debating about whether to let our very mature 15-year-old daughter see it. Our 8 and 10 year old boys will be very disappointed that we will not let them see it. I don't think my 9 year old daughters will care, but they're certainly not seeing it either.

Yeah, sure. Bring the daughter.

Some of the jokes might soar over her head but...
She is 15. She has heard and seen worse in all regards.

For the sake of her sweet young soul I pray to God she has not. I don't think it's possible. Deadpool was freaggin' amazing, but I cannot - will not! - believe that a 15 year old out there could be jaded enough to fully appreciate the pits of depravity Wade Wilson swims into in this flick.

Small hand. Nuff said.

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