Best known for her TV work (I can't believe some of the "parent" reviews I've read. It's a fast, well-acted, funny (raunchy adult humor) filled with sardonic, and self-referential jokes.
Unlike most other Marvel superhero films, which only hint at romance, include just a few curse words, and skip the gore, is decidedly grown-up, bloody, and raunchy by comparison.
Expect words like "f--k" in nearly every scene, plus "s--t," "a--hole," "bitch," and much more.
Colossus tries to explain to Deadpool that being heroic/a superhero boils down to a few momentous choices in life.
Strong graphic violence: decapitations, brains oozing out of shots to the head, torture that leads to moaning (and eventually Deadpool's mutant transformation), and lots of bloody injuries, explosions, and hand-to-hand fights.
The F-word is thrown around for at least 80% of the film.
To every prepubescent boy this probably sounds perfect, but it really shouldn't be viewed by anyone who can't drive themselves to a theater.
" /Explores how someone can be "super" but not a "hero" and how mutants/people with extra abilities struggle with the tension between being selfless/helping others and following their own agenda.
Ultimately promotes teamwork, alliances, collaboration, and love.
After escaping, Wade feels too insecure to approach Vanessa and instead reinvents himself as Deadpool, with the goal of getting revenge. The adult language, the sex/nudity and innuendo, and the gore are too plentiful to recommend even for avid young high schoolers.