This is a better superhero movie than everything recent except for Captain America 1, GotG, X-Men First Class and the highly underrated Iron Man 2. If you disagree you don't actually care about superhero movies and aren't qualified to have opinions on them.
>implying winter soldier wasn't better than Captain America 1
>Iron Man 2
>>implying winter soldier wasn't better than Captain America 1
It wasn't. This is a bizarre meme opinion that has become popular, but TWS was a worse film than CA 1 in pretty much every way barring maybe two action sequences. Plotwise there is no fucking contest.
>Captain America 1 better than TWS
>Iron Man 2 not being shit
>FC not being mediocre
4/10 made me respond
>preferring TWS to TFA
>rather than a cape movie I would like to watch a joyless action movie where nobody ever fucks or has fun
Would legit rate every single Fast and Furious movie over continuing Captain America in that vain. They don't even manage to hit good serious Cap as a character.
>OP anally ravaged that people like a movie he doesn't like
Just another day in the life of OP.
>Tfw followed Deadpool since the beginning
>Tfw seeing normies posting Deadpool memes all over Facebook
>This one particularly normie friend has never even read a comic let alone a Deadpool comic
Should I just sell all my Deadpool comics and move on?
My friends are all crazy about this movie so far, and I'm here cringing hard when they go all chimichanga and stuff.
Feels bad to think like an elitist with the huge nerdy DP collection, but damn their lack of research piss me off so bad.
Enjoyed the movie though.
I think old Deadpool fans being a little bit elitist is pretty justified when you basically can't talk about Deadpool without people thinking you're talking about lolrandom memepool.
>X-Men First Class
Deadpool was bretty good though.
No, what you do is download all of Posehn and Duggan's run on Deadpool, then post various screencaps of it on FB.
Every time someone posts Deadpool LOL SO RANDUM XD humor, you post a super serious or super tragic one in response.
Because it's been posted in about 10 threads already.
What I want to know is why memesters haven't made fanart of Keira Knightley as Cable yet, since she's been pretty much confirmed.
yes we do, but without iron man in it
>limited range/no comedic chops
>wiry actress with no action expertise
even ignoring the homosex tension between cable and deadpool that would be lost if they cast girl cable, she would be terrible for it
>not being the elite /co/ friend they call on to explain Deadpool to other normies and ask for more information about capefilm material and getting them interested in reading the comics
You guys are doing it wrong tbqhwy
third world fag + x-men fag here
Deadpool got good reviews, but does it seem like it will be a commercial success in the USA? I hope so, for Fox, their X-Men movies, and Marvel's relationship with them (I dont think they will continue throwing the xmen under a bus in the comics if the franchise proves too strong in the movies, unlike the Fantastic 4, eventually they will see they cant beat Fox and it is better to join them).
I tried being this friend. It doesn't work because most of them don't actually care about comics, they just like the "idea" of comics and use them as a platform to do normie things (see attend conventions and attention whore on social media). I have a friend who does nothing but talk about cosplaying and has never read a comic/ played any of the games of the characters she cosplays.
I imagine they will be okay. Ryan Reynolds will be playing Deadpool for the next 15 years, whether they ask him to or not which means they will have an unstoppable marketing machine at their disposal.
tfw watching serious political tv show in my country with a 5 minutes show-celebrities segment, and seeing clueless show business journalist try to explain who Deadpool is to 60 year old doctors and lawyers.
At least she said "even though it is a superhero, this is not for little kids like Avengers"
>The straigtman to Deadpool
That's not what Cable was though. The entire first arc of Cable & Deadpool was Cable flipping the fuck out and trying to be god and Deadpool trying to be an X-Man.
They've always contrasted each other well because they are both different flavours of dysfunctional but also just sane enough where it counts to offer meaningful insight to the other.
90s cable is tone deaf serious but in the 2000s they made him lighter, more of a tragic antihero than just super serious
Marvelshit does not even qualify as a superhero movie in the first place anon.
Go fanboy over something else because you are not convincing anybody here at all.
To get fags like you to stare at his crotch and say something, then get more to stare at it. Soon everyone is staring at Superman's junk but all coming up with different reasons why.
I can count the number of good DC movies on one hand, if I had that hand blown off.
And hey, maybe Id give a shit if they would stop sucking superman and batmans respective cocks and focused on somewhere else.
>Marvelshit does not even qualify as a superhero movie in the first place anon.
But dude, it's almost perfect adaptation of Kellypool and it's less jewish than DC.
I've been a deadpool fan for a long time now, but this movie's trailers and promotion have been really unfunny/annoying to me. I want it to be good, but if I'm not a fan of lelsorandumbpool is it worth a watch?
So what did people see in Iron Man 2? Genuinely curious.
I felt like the whole movie was just spent hyping up a villain that was never really much of a threat.
I mean Tony beats him right at their first encounter when he's only got the stripped down suitcase suit.
The (late) creator of the series was himself a huge weeb, and RWBY is essentially him regurgitating all his favorite anime tropes in concentrated form. As far as Anime fixation goes it's like upgrading from shitty Detroit crack to pure Colombian cocaine: the same shit but more concentrated.
I've always thought Deadpool in the workshop and this were his lowest points.
I don't know. He doesn't really feel remorse for the box. Or rather he starts to feel something resemblant of remorse that gradually and autistically manifests as him setting Al free.