Have you watch Deed pool??
Marvel gives us yet another exhilarating experience through the Deadpool movie. The movie; a hilarious American film released on February 2016 has left us overwhelmed. Director Tim Miller and writer Rhett Reese have done an appealing task in coordinating the scenes in the film. Swift motions pictures therein have caught international attention.
It is time to go for people on the naughty list. Deadpool or Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) the main character acting as a marine leads a typical life in New York. He meets Vanessa (Morena Baccarin) at a local inn and tries to talk her out on offering escort services. Little does he know that this will blossom into a gorgeous relationship?
Few months into the relationship, Deadpool is diagnosed with lethal cancer. Vanessa is steadfast and vows to help Wilson fight the illness. Wilson is approached with a charming deal of curing his illness and making him a superhero. Wilson is convinced and is quick to accept the offer. He is ridden on a hospital stretcher to a dim lit room where frightening operations commence. Wilson’s attitude costs him a fortune after Ajax (Ed Skrein) throws him in a compartment full of oxygen. As a result Wilson heals but the scars can be envisioned. He gets a red spider man like mask to conceal his identity and manages to flee from the operation room after determining that Ajax is out to use his cells for commercial dealings.
Scars bar Wilson from visiting Vanessa and rather, he pays a trip to his friend Weasel (T.J Miller). Fascinatingly, the operation tainted him into an outrageous powerful person. He avenges for the ruins done on his face and hence ends up residing with an aged blind lady, Blind Al (Leslie Uggams). The superhighway has to come to terms with chaos caused by Wilson in an attempt to kill Ajax. Wilson is forced to fight with a gigantic brutal mutant, Colossus (Stefan Kapicic) to survive. He resolves to find Vanessa.
Saccharine hip hop music playing at the background brings out an irresistible feeling.
It’s time to be glued to your TV.