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|Genre:||Action, Comedy, Fantasy|
|Laufzeit:||Ca. 119 Min|
|FSK:||From 16 years|
Wade Wilson alias Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) is back! The superhero with the pointy tongue chases the bad boys around the globe and of course makes himself some dangerous enemies. They can't hurt him, but they can hurt the person he loves. As this happens, Deadpool embarks on a self-destructive vendetta. But there is not much time left to bathe in grief and self-pity. Because with the mysterious Cable (Josh Brolin) a new opponent emerges who seems to be on a par with the Deadpool. For some reason, Cavle is targeting the young mutant Russell (Julian Dennison), who Deadpool wants to protect at all costs. But in order to have a chance against Cable, he has to team up with other superheroes - so time to bring the X-Force to life…
After the great success of its predecessor, the expectations of "Deadpool 2" are of course enormously high. It seems almost impossible to fulfil these, as the first part was able to benefit from a surprise effect, which of course is inevitably lacking in a sequel. And the fact that David Leitch ("John Wick", "Atomic Blonde") took over the director's chair from Tim Miller, who left the sequel after "creative differences", as it's always so nicely called in Hollywood, didn't make you expect anything good. But even though Leitch's staging is a bit coarser and the movie overshoots the mark a few times, it can still be said with good reason: Also the second screen appearance of Ryan Reynolds as Wade Wilson (strictly speaking it's the third, but that Deadpool's cinema premiere in "Wolverine: Origins" will be forgotten, this unusual superhero makes sure of it himself) is a lot of fun.
Naturally part 2 follows the usual continuation rules: What worked in part 1 is picked up again, while still adding a scoop. The result can't always be convincing, but when a scene hits the bull's eye, then it really does. For the delicately tactful, this is of course nothing, because not only is the curse being cursed here, but a number of body parts are also flying across the screen. And for those who can't laugh at humour below the belt line, a sequence is guaranteed to be torture.
However, if you had fun with the first part, you could experience even more cinematic pleasure here. Apart from the fact that the whole thing starts off funny, but also extremely gloomy, there are some aspects of the movie that are much more funny and also more surprising than its predecessor. This concerns both the X-Force, as well as Deadpool's opponent Cable, which is played great by Josh Brolin. More is not revealed at this point…
"Deadpool 2" is bloody, cynical, dirty, gloomy, funny and enormously self-ironic. This works very well for the second time, but you can already see that the bow is slightly overstretched. Should there be a third solo movie for Deadpool, then the makers would really have to come up with something new, so that this really great and refreshingly different superhero doesn't wear out too quickly. With lots of allusions to the Marvel and DC universe, a great cameo performance that only lasts a fraction of a second and a great soundtrack (the opening credits in James Bond style with Celine Dion's mega ballad are screaming) "Deadpool 2" offers good mood, action and also a little tension. What more could you want?!! Absolutely worth seeing!
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