Immediately - in the very first scene, in fact - it is made quite apparent that Deadpool 2 isn't quite the sequel you would've expected.
"Please, women at home, never forget it takes a bus full of people to make us look bangin" for red carpets.
Another sequel really isn't necessary, but it's in the works anyway.
For every burst of gags that hits the target with laser-like precision, one punchline veers off course, and a protracted sequence involving the title character waiting for his body parts to regrow is a surreal narrative detour too far, even for a franchise that thrives on the ridiculous.
So more of that, then?
I don't know that there would be a Deadpool 3.
Stunts or no, Ryan added that being cooped up in the Deadpool suit for the majority of the shoot caused things to get a little "gross".
But Deadpool, who has grown a bit of a soft spot for the boy, wants to try to talk Russell out of his revenge plan, leading to a showdown between, ironically, diplomacy and assassination.
Should we let pass a superhero who claims "cultural appropriation" as one of his super-powers simply on the basis of an acknowledgment? It occupies that same hyper-real fantasia of the first film, but with enough flair - certainly visually - to feel independent of the original.
It's also worth mentioning Deadpool 2 has the best post credit scenes I have ever seen.
While I did like the first Deadpool movie, I felt numerous jokes didn't land for me. We've seen superhero satire before in films like "The Mask" and "Guardians of the Galaxy", but this is different, cross-the-line material by shock jocks and provocateurs. The majority of "Deadpool 2" is a production that hits you in the gut with the action and repeatedly slams your amusing bone with the often juvenile humor. If anything, the surprising success of the original has resulted in more money and more insane sequences, like a chase sequence with a truck convoy and a freakish scene when Deadpool's legs regrow after he is cut in half, giving him baby limbs for a time.
He has grown to a certain degree in as much as he wants to have a family. "It was so great to get him onboard, and he is the heart and soul of the film".
How easy was it for you, wearing three hats on this film - lead actor, writer, and producer? What drives him to action in the sequel is the result of a stunning turn of events, and he spends most of the film on a redemption quest. It swallowed my entire life whole.
The reporter replied: "I think I'm spoken for", while his fellow journalist revealed that Scoville had just got engaged.
But I personally loved Karan Soni as Dopinder, apart from Reynolds obviously.