Deadpool

Deadpool (2016)

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Diagnosed with terminal cancer, a mercenary decides to take part in an experimental trial to activate latent mutant genes in the hope of finding a cure. Given superpowers but also horribly disfigured, he embarks on a wisecracking mission to find the man responsible while also protecting the woman he loves.

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Continuity mistake: When Wade is lying on the bed talking to Ajax the mouth gag moves around between camera shots - completely missing, then on his neck, then his shoulder, back to completely missing.

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Wade Wilson: I had another Liam Neeson nightmare. I kidnapped his daughter and he just wasn't having it. They made three of those movies. At some point you have to wonder if he's just a bad parent.

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Trivia: When Ryan Reynolds goes to the facility to become a superhero, as he's being wheeled through the doors on the gurney, he asks (in regards to when he gets his superhero suit) if it can not be green, and also that it be a real suit and not a CGI one. Both these statements are in reference to the badly-received "Green Lantern" movie which starred Ryan Reynolds in the lead role.

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Question: What ever happened to the female villain in the end?

Answer: We don't see what happens to Angel Dust after Colossus carries her (and Negasonic Teenage Warhead) away from the collapsing Helicarrier. Both women were unconscious and we can only assume that Colossus put Angel Dust down somewhere before returning to Deadpool for the end scenes. Her fate beyond that - perhaps escape, incarceration or even recruitment - is unknown.

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