Something is off here. Everything that made the first movie cool, funny and memorable was absent here. The best way to describe how I feel is heartbroken.
Deadpool was the rebel hero. His movie and comics were something different. He was sassy, funny, daring, AND smart. The best thing in this film was Domino, the female character whose superpower is that she’s lucky.
The only thing weaker than this movie’s terrible plot was its awful acting. Save your money
This movie was a nice change to the usual horror/thrillers. It had me on edge the entire film. I really enjoyed it and would definitely recommend it. I found myself sitting in the theater scared to death to breathe too loud! That is what the movie will do to you. You are there with them, living in this quiet world… surviving. The film is beautifully shot and the cast does an exceptional job at conveying true terror and a true sense of family.
The most anticipated movie of 2018 has now been released and I have to say that Infinity War was brilliantly laugh out loud funny. Every Marvel Fan needs to watch the movie as words cannot describe the magnificence of this movie. You will be shocked and amazed.
The date is July 18, 1969. Senator Edward “Ted” Kennedy is speeding down the moonlit road on Chappaquiddick Island. In the passenger seat is 28-year-old Mary Jo Kopechne, who was a presidential campaign secretary for Robert Kennedy. After a few missed turns, the car eventually meets the infamous narrow bridge that connects the chain of islands. Ted doesn’t react in time, and the car skids over the bridge and flips over into the water. A few minutes go by and Ted is back on land, but Mary Jo is still trapped underwater. She would eventually drown screaming Ted’s name for help, all while he stood from afar, muttering the line “I’m not going to be president.”
The incident of Chappaquiddick would stain Ted forever and preclude any hope of attaining the U.S. presidency, which many regarded a good thing as any U.S. president must be a man or woman with unquestionable personal courage, judgment under stress, and appropriate judgment – at least in the sixties.