The perfect V Day movie
The only thing that depresses me about this movie is the fact that Disney would recast and rewrite this if they ever got their grubby hands on it.
And I want the X-Men back in the MCU too...
This is too good. I really hope a bunch of 40 year old soccer moms go in to watch this. I can see it now- The library book discussion group entering the theatre looking for some spark to rekindle their failing private lives...
The more i see of the movie the more it seems like they're following the plot of the leaked script, which makes me hopeful. I wonder how much of the humor in the trailers makes it into the actual movie. Like, how much 4th-wallbreaking will there be.
Worst case scenario, it will just be really entertaining.
Ryan top-naked is enough as a hook for them. The marketing is so meta, they're actually cashing in on it. They're trying REALLY hard to make sure everyone forgot Fantastic 4% was just a bad memory
I wonder if I have to rewatch X-Men Origins and Green Lantern to get some of the jokes in the movie
Because you want it to fail?
Trust me: nobody who genuinely falls for that shit is going to be giving it good word of mouth.
The thing about word of mouth is this: you did a good, even a great job? One in a hundred people is going to sing your praises. Did a bad job? Just didn't meet expectations that you set up? You better believe 90 in 100 are going to talk about what a shitty job you did.
There is such a thing as bad word of mouth, there is such a thing as bad publicity, and it's killed better movies than this before.
Deadpool is like, the perfect "sale by omission" movie.
It's a story about a soldier and the woman he loves, after they discover he has terminal cancer. As a final option, he submits himself to a
Soldier with cancer tragedy? Man in uniform romance? Ryan Reynolds comedy? NO! Bloody superhero flick!