Deadpool 2 is out playing in the theatres making it really big for the R-Rated movies. It is a masterpiece given out by Reynolds and co! You’d think that they wouldn’t be able to top the first one, but they actually did. Yes, Deadpool 2 was bigger, better, funnier and sexier than the one we got before. Of course, with great power comes great responsibility, so with a bigger budget come better resources which are the means to top the original, which this movie totally did.
Deadpool 2 was a complete package! It had really insane humor as you would laugh throughout the movie. It had tonnes of Easter Eggs and a lot of surprise cameos which actually added to the humor, really crisp action sequences (well that came with the best Action director attached), emotion, great character building and one of the most typical Deadpool (awesome) endings you could ever imagine. Here’s how the ending of the movie played out.
Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t seen the movie then please turn away.
At the end, in order to save Russell aka Firefist, Deadpool jumped into the range of fire and sacrificed himself when Cable took the shot to take Russell down once and for all. That bullet hit him right in the heart and since he was wearing the Mutant Inhibitor Collar, his mutant powers were shut down and he did not have his super healing ability. So we had to witness Wade dying a slow, painful, heroic and the most “Deadpool” death you could ever imagine (as it involved quite a bit of talking).
But what this did was that it changed the horrific future that Cable actually came from. Cable had come to the past to take out Firefist when he was a kid as when Firefist made his first kill, he got a taste for it and there was no stopping him from there on. In the future, Firefist burned Cable’s wife and daughter Hope Summers alive. So Cable was here to stop that from happening once and for all.
What Wade did prevented Russell from dying and making his first kill. So the future that Cable came from was actually changed. Hope survived and her Teddy bear which was covered with her blood turned to its normal colour. So, looking at this, Cable decided to use his last chance of going back to the future to save Deadpool. He went to the very near past, placed the coin that he had stolen from Wade onto his chest and shit him in the chest again. But this time, Wade did not actually get shot in the heart as he was saved by that coin.
Wade easily found out that this was Cable’s doing and then Cable explained that he might as well stick around to prevent the horrors of the future cause by the present generation. Then we saw Karma kill the evil headmaster of Essex, or more particularly, Dopinder kill him. This gave Dopinder his first kill, gave Russell the satisfaction that he desired and formed the real X-Force.
Negasonic and Yoiki decided to stick with the X-Men for now, while Colossus realising his newly formed friendship with Wade decided to stick with the X-Force. So, the actual team of X-Force now includes Deadpool, Cable, Domino, Colossus, Firefist and Dopinder. Together these guys can take out any opponent from here on in the upcoming X-Force!
And also, then hit the best post-credits scene of all time. Deadpool gets Cable’s time traveling device fixed by Negasonic and Yoiki, then goes back in time to fix the horrors of the past. He prevents Vanessa from dying and he also saves the poor old Peter from dying. Then he goes back to an alternate past and kills Deadpool from that version right before that horrendous Wade Wilson fought Wolverine in X-Men Origins: Wolverine! Finally, he breaks the fourth wall and saves Ryan Reynolds’ career from drowning by killing him right after he read the script of Green Lantern happily!
Oh Deadpool, you monster! God’s perfect idiot! You deserve a Chimichanga. The movie stars Ryan Reynolds as Deadpool, Morena Baccarin as Vanessa, T. J. Miller as Weasel, Leslie Uggams as Blind Al, Brianna Hildebrand as Negasonic Teenage Warhead, Stefan Kapičić as the voice of Colossus, Zazie Beetz as Neena Thurman / Domino, Josh Brolin as Nathan Summers /Cable, Julian Dennison as Russell/Firefist, Brad Pitt as Vanisher, Terry Crews as Bedlam and Bill Skarsgard as Zeitgeist.
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