If the first film was a love story, the sequel is a family drama as a grieving Wade Wilson strives to become surrogate father to a young mutant. Josh Brolin lends depth as Cable, but it’s the laugh-out-loud gags and wince-inducing kills that count

Deadpool 2 film review: Ryan Reynolds’ potty-mouthed superhero returns for bigger, louder sequel

If the first film was a love story, the sequel is a family drama as a grieving Wade Wilson strives to become surrogate father to a young mutant. Josh Brolin lends depth as Cable, but it’s the laugh-out-loud gags and wince-inducing kills that count

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If the first film was a love story, the sequel is a family drama as a grieving Wade Wilson strives to become surrogate father to a young mutant. Josh Brolin lends depth as Cable, but it’s the laugh-out-loud gags and wince-inducing kills that count
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