What is with the entertainment film current, it is that one is always surprised, always alert. Because, in the last few years, it is a little bit become anything, it has to be recognized.
And it is true that at the beginning, it seemed funny that these stories of universe expanded, the films of super-heroes, franchises returning, remakes, making reboots a thing and other suites late. It was teasing our fiber geek and nostalgic. After decades without any consideration, it was finally entitled to a little recognition and, frankly, it was good.
Once there was a hold-up ?
And then, it was so thick that it became the standard. To the point that, somewhere, the geeks have won, and losing any notion of retreat on the soup that they served. So watch out, there’s a lot of stuff very well in the batch, we do not deny, and we take a lot of pleasure to see them, but there are as usual a few crafty ones in the bunch that take advantage of this for we do it upside down (like The Predator or Venom for the most recent). And finally, there was the case Once upon a Deadpool, which we don’t really know what to think at the bottom.
Once upon a Deadpool, so this is Deadpool 2 reassembled for the whole family, sanitized of its scenes are the most violent and increased to 8 sequences specially shot for the occasion who seem to put in before the actor Fred Savage pastichant his role in the Princess Bride 30 years ago. The film will have a limited exploitation in cinemas, and only in the United States, between December 12 and Christmas, just so long as it serves the cause of an association of fight against cancer.
Good, and X-Force in all of this ?
This is the noble part of the history. The part a little more obscure, and which remains to be determined, it is the profound reason for its existence. Facade cleaning to transform the franchise into an object public ? First step of the integration of the character in the MCU given that Disney bought the Fox ? We still believe strongly. However, as the film goes on nicely, his promo as he comes to offer us its first poster and it gives the tone.
It’s like being in front of one of those movies that typically come out at Christmas force-fed good feelings and with Kirk Cameron in it. This is logical when you think about it, since Once upon a Deadpool also took the opportunity to pasticher this kind of feature-length films. If there is a chance that in the end, it was a little difficult to sit, at least we’ll have the smile. Which is already not so bad when you think about it.