At its core, rock ‘n’ roll is brutal, obnoxious, silly and in yer face; the same thing goes for Deadpool, an anarchic, deconstructed comic book movie that seems to have been written for Curly Howard! In his earliest adventures, the Amazing Spider-Man was a wise-ass. MAD, the comic before the magazine, drew mustaches on every conceivable iconic figure from the early 1950s. It was Frank Miller that introduced a more graphic violent content to Jack Kirby’s sprawl. Now combine all that, and what you get doesn’t come close to this movie about a character introduced in the New Mutants that fought X-Force as some sort of psychotic, jive-talking, punk-ass former mercenary who’s been disfigured during a regenerative cancer treatment that gave him super powers! From its opening credit sequence, this is not your typical Marvel comic book movie when the director is referred to as “some asshat” and every opportunity is taken for snarky potshots at the entire genre of superhero film. Reprising the role of Deadpool from X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Ryan Reynolds spoofs his goofy roles from Blade to Green Lantern by bludgeoning, blasting and barbecuing his way through bad guys – that is, until his girlfriend (played to perfection by Morena Baccarin in garters & hose) is kidnapped, prompting him to solicit help from two X-Men: Colossus and Warhead (played by Brianna Hildebrand, who would be the perfect sidekick for Reynolds!) Constant rapid-fire insults makes this a triple whammy of blitz-action, dirty jokes and comic book violence for the discerning fan!