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Premonition

“The least we can do, then, is see that everything—our culture, our countries, our technology, our religions, even now—are only here because people who should have never suffered and died did in fact suffer and die, and always have, and always will. 379 more words

Fire Safety Meeting's Rehash Monday Deadpool Review

Fire Safety Meeting Presents Rehash Monday where Travis and Jesse review the movies that are being released Tuesday on DVD. This Rehash Monday we review 2016’s Deadpool and 2016’s The Boy,  then discuss the Directors and Actors previous bodies of work.

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Léa's Film Queue: May 16th - May 22nd

My goal this week was to watch a larger ratio of movies to TV shows. We’ll see how that pans out, knowing my Netflix addiction. (I still watched more TV, but oh well, three movies is not a bad amount. 499 more words

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Deadpool (2106) Review

One from the to watch pile…
Deadpool (2016)


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I never wanted to see Deadpool.

I detested pretty much well everything that Rob Liefeld, comic ‘creator’ and ‘artist’ did to my favourite comic, which I had been collecting since issue 1, Marvel Comics’ brilliant The New Mutants, and every time I saw one of his new characters, I rolled my eyes at the crudely drawn, horrible characters. 1,223 more words

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Bloody Bank Heist

By: Tim Miller

Narrated by: Joe Hempel

GoodReads Summary: Darren and Jenny are a hard working couple at the end of their rope. Out of money and out of options, they decide drastic measures are needed. 288 more words

Audiobook

The Goon Lives! Tim Miller's Adaptation Appears to be Back on Track

Back before Tim Miller was directing his record-breaking smash hit Deadpool, he was one of the guiding forces behind developing the animated adaptation of Eric Powell’s comic series…

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Deadpool - Review

✯✯½

It’s as if there’s a film that calls out to be different on the inside and it’s not breaking out enough. Deadpool isn’t a disaster by any means but what sort of joy I had on a theater viewing just faded away rather fast on a rewatch. 803 more words

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