May 28, 2018

Deadpool 2 mocks the Left (and gets away with it)

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews

 

Deadpool 2 broke another record for superhero movies, but what makes it really great is that it can actually make politically incorrect jokes and get away with it!

It’s action-packed and fun with jokes about cultural appropriation, inclusivity, feminism, and racism, balanced with jokes about the right as well.

Watch as I review the film and tell you why it was about a lot more than just mindless jokes and action.

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commented 2018-05-30 05:02:09 -0400
John Spartan
Obviously I’m a lot choosier than you as to what constitutes FUN. You consider violence funny, I don’t, I’m a product of violence. But I do like fun movies, they don’t make a lot today, too many restrictions, it’s too easy to offend someone. To see what I mean, watch one of my favorite movies, it’s called “The Party,” stars Peter Sellers.

And people don’t come on my lawn.
commented 2018-05-29 01:07:12 -0400
No BEN I won’t be going to see this movie. I’m sick and tired of these super hero movies that are not about acting, they are about special effects. You could put anybody in those roles and the movie would do well, because that’s all people want to see. And Ryan Reynolds, can’t stand him, he should of stayed doing those stupid college movies. Oh wait he couldn’t, he got too old. He plays the same character no matter what movie he’s in, a smart ass, smart mouth punk, he doesn’t have any acting talent, just look at the movies he has made. So tell me how many hundreds of millions his movie has made, that is true but it’s not because of his finely honed skills. I almost think that you could make a movie with just special effects and it would come out ahead with a sizable profit margin. There is very little acting going on in Hollywood these days, it’s about effects, mindless violence, gore, grossness and product placement. This is what is in those video games and these movies are a continuation of that entertainment pursuit.

PAUL MCCULLOUGH If you didn’t catch the first Dead Pool it was on TV. That’s where I caught most of it. It’s ridiculous, violent and stupid, you didn’t miss much. I’m sure part 2 is probably a lot worse. The last part can’t come soon enough, this crap just continues to damage children’s view of the world, in my opinion. Don’t waste your money, it will probably be on TV in about 12 weeks after leaving the theatres, it wasn’t long after the first part finished its run and it aired on TV.
commented 2018-05-28 19:59:18 -0400
Sounds interesting. I never saw the first one.
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