Director: Tim Miller
Writers: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernicke, Fabian Nicheza, Rob Layfield
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T.J. Miller, Gina Carano, Brianna Hildebrand, Stephen Kapicic / Leslie Gosses / Jed Rhys / Karan Soni / Stan Lee / Randall Reed / Isaac C. Singleton Jr.
Genre: Science Fiction / Action / Comedy / Adventure
Region: USA / Canada
Released: 2016-02-12 (USA)
Length: 108 minutes
Also known as: Deadpool: Undead (Hong Kong) / Villain Hero: Deadpool (Taiwan) / X-Men: Deadpool
Rating: IMDB 8.0 / Rotten Tomatoes 85%
The glib mercenary Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) meets the playful and cute Vanessa (Morena Baccarin), but at the most perfect moment of love, they Diagnosed with terminal cancer, time is running out. In extreme despair, he accepted an invitation from the private organization of Francis (Ed Skrein) to modify his genes to seek physical mutations. After enduring a series of cruel tortures, Wade finally cured the cancer and transformed into an immortal super soldier, but at the cost of losing his human face.
The cunning Francis escapes, but Wade can’t face his girlfriend with a terrifying face. After that, he turned into a deadpool, shuttled through every dark corner, looking for Ajax…
“Deadpool” is a 2016 superhero comedy film directed by Tim Miller and starring Ryan Reynolds as the titular character. The film is based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name and follows the story of Wade Wilson, a former Special Forces operative who becomes a mercenary and gains accelerated healing powers after undergoing a rogue experiment.
The film is known for its irreverent humor, fourth-wall breaking, and unconventional storytelling, which set it apart from other superhero films at the time. Reynolds’ performance as the wisecracking and self-aware Deadpool was widely praised, and the film’s action sequences and visual effects were also well-received.
The film explores themes of identity, revenge, and redemption as Deadpool seeks to exact revenge on the man who ruined his life and regain his humanity. Along the way, he also forms a connection with the mutant Negasonic Teenage Warhead and the X-Men member Colossus, who try to recruit him to become a hero.
“Deadpool” was a critical and commercial success, grossing over $783 million worldwide and receiving positive reviews for its humor, action, and performances. The film’s success spawned a sequel, “Deadpool 2,” and paved the way for other R-rated superhero films such as “Logan” and “Joker.”