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A previous Special Forces agent turned soldier of fortune is subjected to a maverick test that abandons him with quickened recuperating powers, embracing the modify sense of self Deadpool.

Feb 12,2016

Hollywood Movies | Adventure | Comedy | Action

Ratings: 9 / 10 from

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Size: 940 MB
Length: 108 Minute(s)
Resolution: 720p ,1080p Bluray

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This is the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson, who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

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nudity 6/10 There's a sex scene but it's mostly fooling around under covers. The worst nudity shown is a butt A nude man in a medical facility is violently hosed off to disinfect him, he is shown crouching, and then he fights people. However his genitals are obscured by shadows, and the nudity that is shown is non sexual Deadpool is seen clearly masturbating at one point, though nothing is really seen. (apparently, it's something the audience "wasn't supposed to see", according to Deadpool) Brief nudity in a club Crude humor throughout
violence 9/10 Constant violence with a lot of blood throughout the film. The main character kills many people throughout the film, with both his gun and swords, in a very bloody and graphic fashion. He is shown killing people in ridiculous actions such as chopping people in half. However, all of the violence is in an over-the-top comedic way. The main character's body is severely deformed, however he wears a mask over for most of the film. A man is strapped to a gurney, under the assumption he's having his cancer treated. He is given a cylinder of material to bite, injected with a drug, and then tortured over the course of weeks.
profanity 9/10 84 F-words and its derivatives, name-calling (crazy, weird, stupid, idiot, tool, hooker, mutants, douche-pool, douche, ugly mug, fugly mug, ugly cockroach, maggot), exclamations (shut-up, wow), 2 religious profanities (Goddamn), 9 religious exclamations (e.g. Oh My God, Oh God, God, Jesus, Jesus Christ, I Swear to God)
alcohol 3/10 The main character visits a bar a few times. Two references to cocaine, used as jokes. A man is injected with a drug that will forcibly give him superpowers by unlocking dormant mutant genes in his DNA.
frightening 5/10 Deadpool's face is extremely disfigured, resembling a burn victim. This may be disturbing for some viewers. A lot of intense action and violence, but this action is mostly portrayed in a comedic or lighthearted way. In one particular scene, a man is tortured over the course of weeks in increasingly more painful/stressful ways to unlock any dormant powers he might have; the torturer, however, visibly enjoys it. These include electrocution, waterboarding, hypothermia and painful drugs. In a final attempt, he is subjected to constant near-asphyxiation over the course of days. This eventually triggers his powers, but disfigures his body immensely in the process as the man screams in agony. Definitely the most disturbing moment in the film. In a secret government laboratory, several people are shown mutated in various, disturbing ways (such as abnormally-long bones protruding from a man's body, another man covered in boils and hives, etc). A man discovers he has terminal cancer after proposing to his girlfriend. He is shown in a severe depression after receiving the news. This can be upsetting and emotionally intense for some. This movie isn't really that intense, it's meant for comedy rather than seriousness. Overall: 32/50 MPAA/USA - Rated R for strong violence and language throughout, sexual content and graphic nudity. BBFC/UK - Rated 15 (strong bloody violence, strong language, sex references).

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