I was told there was full frontal nudity if Ryan Reynolds. I did not see it. 50 shades of grey had more nudity in sex scenes than this movie
Since they did do DC references why and deadpool is the only character that breaks the fourth wall (yes I am a comic book reader) then why didn't the writers point out that the actress that plays his girlfriend is currently in a DC show?
Why did deadpool hide behind a car from Ajax's henchman while they were shooting when bullets can not kill him?
When Ajax told his girlfriend that deadpool keeps coming back, why did he keep trying to kill him after that?
Why doesn't marvel put more villains like Ajax in their movies. Ajax seems like the only good Marcel villain in their movies because he does not just talk he does evil things and he does not hesitate to kill
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"I was told there was full frontal nudity"
-For women yes but as for Ryan, I think there was some but it was short and poorly lit.
"then why didn't the writers point out that the actress that plays his girlfriend is currently in a DC show?"
-They already had plenty of references and putting that one there might have been seen as shameless commercialising. Besides, chances are that in some cut version of Deadpool, she was referenced but they decided against putting that in the final product.
"Why did deadpool hide behind a car"
-Unlike Francis who can't feel pain, Deadpool can. Although in the comics Deadpool is known to rely too much on his healing factor, that doesn't mean he'll use it every chance he gets. He still feels pain and has a natural reaction for it. Perhaps he can tolerate it way better than any other human, he still feels it.
"When Ajax told his girlfriend that deadpool keeps coming back, why did he keep trying to kill him after that?"
-Well if you remember he thought that Wade died in the fire. Except he came back. And he explicitly said that his plan for completely killing Deadpool simply involved slicing him up to the point that there would be nothing to regenerate from.
"Why doesn't marvel put more villains like Ajax in their movies."
-First things first, this was Fox. Not Marvel. The same company that brought you one of the arguably worst movies ever made just recently - the Fantastic 4 (the reboot with the black guy).
And here's the thing with comick book superhero movies - none of them have insofar been as brave as Deadpool. Look at the X-men. None of them wore the original costumes from the comics. Instead they were all black. And they didn't even fully act like their characters fro the comics. Deadpool is arguably the most true to the original movie adaptation of a superhero ever. He is pretty much 100% as he is the comics. Unlike any other superhero. This movie was not afraid to take risks because they were passionate about it. The same goes for the villain and all of the other characters - true to their original selves, if I understood correctly.0
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