Deadpool is everything you can expect from a somewhat slapstick comic book movie with plenty of adolescent humour, which at times is hilariously crude, but unlike movies of this genre Deadpool doesn’t rely on the sex jokes as it has a catalogue of one liners and sarcastic commentary that will keep you laughing throughout.
Between the jokes and romance is wall to wall action, with each character coming up with new and wonderful ways to inflect pain on each other in every scene.
I’m not sure the film has any deep and meaningful message, maybe something to do with second chances in life or something, but as entertainment this film definitely tops the likes of the Ted and Zoolander sequels. It’s very original and has a unique formula of comedy, its use of fourth wall breaks to criticise popular culture is comic and is definitely a contributing factor in what makes the movie so likable in my opinion. The revenge plot is a bit weak but the movie moves so quick between past and present that it barely relies on Deadpool's origins or motives and by the end of the film you will be well pleased with the journey.