Episode 81 – Solo Deadpool Movie

Solo Deadpool crossover? Well, not quite but we’re back after a short break to talk about two huge movies that decided to release back to back. Did “Deadpool 2” manage to live up to the promise of the first one? Does “Solo” no suck? You’ll have to listen on to find out.

It’s Alive!

But before we go into our main segment, EccentricTom gives his review of “Mary Shelley”. Starring Elle Fanning as the titular author, we follow her in the years leading up to writing Frankenstein, and the immediate aftermath thereafter.

Mary Shelley – Official Trailer I HD I IFC Films

I got a bad feeling about this

And first up on the bill, is the tumultuous “Solo: A Star Wars Story”. It’s garnered some unwanted attention to its rough production. With the removal of original directors, the acting ability of the lead being questioned, to the almost non-existent marketing push. This prequel of sorts has fans already polarised in their opinions as to whether to support this. Has the well officially run dry for the saga from a galaxy far, far away?

Solo: A Star Wars Story Official Trailer

Deadpool returns

And finally, we talk the other Marvel film starring Josh Brolin as the lead antagonist. “Deadpool 2” picks up where the first film left off, and then totally starts throwing everybody for a loop. With scenes of so out of this world, it should really win all the Oscars. Ryan Reynolds is a tour de force, playing not only the Merc with the Mouth but pushing the envelope, nay, dare I say, smashing all limits to what is humanly possible.

With his portrayal of Wade Wilson, a role he was born to play, a role that left all of us here at the last king, teary-eyed in standing ovations. We should only give the highest of praise to what is indeed, the absolute pinnacle of the thespian arts. For there is no other film or in fact, no other story ever told, that truly encapsulates what it means to be alive.

It not only left us speechless, why, right now, the film has even started to change me, I’m typing this but even the simplest concept of language now is leaving my faculties to make more room in my mind for such a cinematic masterwork. I can’t even alsaldal all;lkl;k l.,mxmbvo;irjg;ojjl,mc .hpo8invnmjbsvmkl/a/ds…,opirkmvc90-wi[

Deadpool 2: The Final Trailer

Intro Theme: “Second Strike” by Potato-Tan

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