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Deadpool [Blu-ray + Digital Copy] (Bilingual)
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English, French
- Parcel Dimensions : 17 x 13.4 x 1 cm; 40 Grams
- Director : Tim Miller
- Media Format : NTSC, Blu-ray, Subtitled, Dubbed, Widescreen, Multiple Formats
- Run time : 1 hour and 48 minutes
- Release date : May 10 2016
- Actors : Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Karan Soni, Ed Skrein, Brianna Hildebrand
- Dubbed: : French
- Subtitles: : English, French
- Language : English (Dolby Surround)
- Studio : Marvel Studios
- ASIN : B01BT0BFSU
- Country of origin : Canada
- Writers : Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick, Fabian Nicieza, Rob Liefeld
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,319 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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Hold onto your chimichangas, folks. From the studio that brought you all 3 Taken films comes DEADPOOL, the block-busting, fourth-wall-breaking masterpiece about Marvel Comics’ sexiest anti-hero: me! Go deep inside (I love that) my origin story...typical stuff...rogue experiment, accelerated healing powers, horrible disfigurement, red spandex, imminent revenge. Directed by overpaid tool Tim Miller, and starring God’s perfect idiot Ryan Reynolds, Ed Skrein, Morena Baccarin, T. J. Miller and Gina Carano, DEADPOOL is a giddy slice of awesomeness packed with more twists than my enemies’ intestines and more action than prom night. Amazeballs!
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Based Upon Marvel Comics’ Most Unconventional Anti-Hero, Deadpool Tells 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.
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Would definitively recommend this movie but beware, it is rated R and is not appropriate for young children.
It is Deadpool. He is the merc with a mouth. You either get it or you don't.
Picture quality on this Blu-ray is great, sound is even better. The extras will keep you going long after the movie is over. Ryan Reynolds is perfectly cast, and the pacing of this story is exactly what you need to hang your brain up and enjoy a good bit of R rated comic book fun. Highly recommended!
A must have for comic book fans with a sense of humor.
Although it costs an extra 10 bucks to purchase, the fact that it comes with the regular 1080p Blu-ray + the newer 4K-UHD versions (on two separate discs) is, in my case at least, a better choice because I plan on eventually upgrading to a 4K TV + Blu-ray player next Christmas. And so, once I do that, I'll have this movie ready to go, so to speak.
As far as the movie itself is concerned, it isn't for everyone, but I personally love it. Deadpool proves flat-out that an R-rated superhero movie can soar at the box office and smash expectations if done right.
Contrary to some 4K UHD Blu-ray releases available for purchase, the 4K version of Deadpool is based on a master which has not been upscaled from a lower resolution. For example, 'The Martian' 4K UHD Blu-ray is apparently sourced from a 2K master and upscaled to 4K, which, is a huge ripoff in my opinion.
Deadpool also features an upgraded color profile which is part of the reason why people would want to upgrade from 1080p, but I'm not certain that this is the case for upscaled 4K UHD movies such as The Martian.
I had a chance to test and compare the 4K version to the regular 1080p version, and the former looks phenomenal, with far more color and definition devoid of banding and post-processing artifacts.
TLDR: Buy this release if you're looking for a reference quality 4K UHD movie, cheerio!
This movie is full of laughs and is a good time from start to finish. Would not recommend to watch with children though as it portrays gore, violence, brief sex and nudity, and has a lot of adult language.
Commentaries were good, deleted scenes were good (though not as many as I'd hoped), and the "fun bag" stuff with all of the different teasers and trailers was also fun to watch with some people who hadn't yet seen the movie.
The gag reel was underwhelming with only about 6 mins of things, but still made me laugh. One really funny deleted scene in the strip club bathroom which was great. There is also this compilation of all the Deadpool marketing stunts they did which was alright, 2-3 of them were really funny but all could be found on YouTube.
I would recommend this to most people even though the special features were a bit underwhelming, because the movie itself is so great!
*Only comes with Case, no statues or figurines as I read some other reviewers mention*
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Der Film ist zweifelsohne super produziert, aber der Humor ist wirklich Geschmackssache.
Der Film wirkt auf mich von der "Handlung" sofern man dass so nennen darf, sehr flach und kindisch/albern.
Jede Szene ist auf Krampf "Hey schau doch mal wie witzig das ist". ausgestattet und wirkt einfach nur fremdschämend auf mich.
The film takes a while to get going and in truth it does not start out particularly funny. The jokes warm up through the film as many of them are referential or in-jokes which play on the expectations of a Marvel film. The film starts almost literally with a bang and there are a few action sequences to follow. These are generally among the least interesting parts of Deadpool. He's an intriguing combatant but it is not particularly tight choreography. What works best during the action sequences is Deadpool mouthing off to his opponents.
Deadpool casually insults those around him and mocks people amusingly. He is not correct in any way and that makes it a not-too-guilty pleasure. Somehow Reynolds imbues Deadpool with such charm that he's never really offensive, just funny. The scenes with barman friend Weasel played by TJ Miller are among the best. The two banter like real people. Weasel even bets his good friend will get killed. The banter feels realistic and is sharp-witted. Weasel's reaction to Deadpool's physical transformation is the kind of honesty only a good friend would offer but it is still hilarious.
Perhaps the best of Deadpool's relationships though is with his love interest Vanessa. Played by the beautiful Morena Baccarin she has a proper adult relationship with the hero. Unlike too many Hollywood romances there is a vibrancy to the relationship and it is fairly explicitly adult. The pair share a number of sex scenes in different locations. A montage sequence featuring the pair really speaks to a physicality in their relationship that Hollywood usually glosses over. The realism of the pairing comes from Vanessa's introduction "your crazy matches my crazy". It makes sense that the two are together. Of course it helps that both Baccarin and Reynolds are attractive people but there's a realism beyond the good looking superficial appearance.
As this is the Deadpool show, the main villain does not have so much to work with. Ed Skrein plays the role of Ajax pretty much straight. There isn't any of the cheeky charm Skrein is capable of, presumably because the humour is designed to be through Deadpool's wit rather than his viillain. A bit of a missed opportunity really as it could have been fun to see Reynolds and Skrein trading barbs. Skrein's accent of course makes him a natural bad guy but he does seem to be having a bit of fun with the malice of his character's torment as Deadpool becomes his super self.
A couple of minor Marvel characters make an appearance but they basically seem to exist for Deadpool to make jokes. The line about turning up at the Professor X's school and only ever seeing the two of them is a funny way of pointing out the difference in concept between Deadpool and other X-Men productions. The visualisation of Colossus is much more akin to the original comic concept and the voice is reminiscent of appearances in the animated series. The disapproval Colossus has for Deadpool's lifestyle is an easy target for banter. The appearance of the ridiculously-named Negasonic Teenage Warhead is probably just there for the name but the sullen teenager routine opens itself up to excellent lines from Deadpool.
The costume design and colouring is good enough for this kind of film but clearly not the same as a bigger budget adventure. Reynolds looks a bit silly in the Deadpool suit but that's part of the charm. The others are not particularly interesting to look at except Vanessa who is beautifully attired.
The film's music is a bit of an odd choice. The DVD theme song is X Gon' Give It to Ya which is neither new enough to be cool nor old enough to be retro. A perfectly fine song but it doesn't seem to suit Deadpool at all. Musically this is not a particularly memorable film.
Visually Deadpool is fine, making use of frequent freeze-frame techniques during action to showcase Deadpool's abilities while bullets are flying around. It slows the action down quite often which means it loses some intensity but it is fun to see Deadpool's antics and that's what the film is ultimately about.
Deadpool at its heart is a funny and light-hearted take on a classic comic book character. It breaks the fourth wall knowingly, it uses in-jokes and banter between its characters to fire off barbs and make each scene worth smiling at or laughing with. There are not too many films like this one.
Deadpool borders on the annoying and the story is pretty basic - guy seeks revenge must kill bad guy etc
On the plus side Colossus is cool and deadpool looks amazing on screen, nice costume and acrobatics.
However found the violence OTT
Fourth walls are obliterated, hyper violence is everywhere and the jokes, puns and memorable lines are relentless. You can tell Ryan Reynolds enjoyed every second of filming and his enthusiasm for the character is there for all to see. A great story, which actually isn't as perverse as the humor suggests, it actually has a lot of heart and draws many parallels for people who have suffered diseases as DP has here.
The extras are just the right amount, short, sweet and to the point, the outtakes are great too! Excellent film that revived the R Rated Superhero film for many inbound copies to follow.