Deadpool: Marvel Antihero Finally Finds His Place On The Big Screen

First things first; we all know that Deadpool is no family film. Nor is it your everyday Marvel Comic’s adaptation. It is, in fact, every bit as a gutsy, cheeky and an incredibly fun as you’d imagined, but it’s also a film that, when stripped down to the bare bones, deals with the basic idea of an antihero better than most. Wade Wilson (Reynolds) is a skilled and potty-mouthed gun-for-hire who meets and forms a connection with strip-club waitress, Vanessa Carlysle (Baccarin). However, the fairytale romance hits a wall before it’s even really begun when Wade is diagnosed with a cancer that has spread to his liver, lungs, prostate and brain. As is usually the case with this kind of set-up, our protagonist finds a potential way out through an experimental procedure operated by a shadowy group which will not only cure his cancer, but help tap further into his abilities. Wade is left permanently disfigured as a result and distances himself from Vanessa as he embarks on a journey of revenge against those that Read More …