Deadpool is a comedy, action movie that was originally directed and produced by Tim Miller, Simon Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds and Lauren Shuler Donner, in 2016. You might be thinking “Steven, since it’s an old movie, why are you writing about it now in 2018”? I’ll tell you why, because it never gets boring or less funny no matter how many times you watch it. I recently watched it for the 4th time and I laughed as much as I did the previous 3 times.
The movie is about a man called Wade Wilson that lives in New York as a mercenary. There he meets the love of his life, called Vanessa who later becomes his wife. After a couple of months though, Wade had a test that diagnosed him with cancer. After that, Wade abandoned his house and wife so that she wouldn’t have to deal with his death later on. While he was at a cafe though, a man approached him promising that he could somehow cure him via a treatment method that was still being tested. After a lot of failures and tortures the man decides to abandon Wade in a chamber where he lets him die by decreasing the oxygen in it. After his escape and having gained the ability to regenerate from any harm Wade recovers from cancer and decides to find and kill the man who tried to kill him.
In my opinion, as I said before this movie is really funny and always will be since it uses well the technique of breaking the 4th wall (breaking the 4th wall is when the actor or actress speaks to the camera and crowd like they know they are being watched by an audience).