Is it any good? Violent, profane, lewd, crude, puerile and.......really quite funny and entertaining. Sure, a few of the jokes and innuendo (in your endo *snigger*) come across like a teenage stand-up trying too hard to offend, but there's some funny stuff in here too as Deadpool breaks the fourth wall, makes pop culture references and sends up the comic-book super-hero genre. Thanks to a likeable and self-deprecating performance from Reynolds, Deadpool's smart-ass (ass *snigger*) attitude keeps just the right side of irritating and the snappy action is handled comfortably by former special-effects guy Miller. It's all good, clean...er...vulgar fun, and so I'm prepared to overlook the causal sexism and misogyny, which isn't really a problem, cos the opening credits show that it's all, like, ironic, don't you think? The endless joking aorund and wise-cracking does undermine the emotional core of the story, however - dealing with terminal cancer and horrendous scarring never seemed so easy. Plus, it's certainly not as subversive or satirical as it might have been in skewering the comic-book world properly. But it succeeds in its primary aim to amuse and is a vast improvement on both Reynold's first outing as Deadpool in the lamentable X-Men Origins: Wolverine and Clint Eastwood's last outing as Dirty Harry. (Dirty Harry? More like Farty Harry *snigger*).
Anything else I should know? Never heard of Deadpool? Well, here's a bit of background from the Marvel wiki. On this evidence, expect about sixty-nine sequels. (Sixty-nine, *snigger*). If you really want to geek out, here's the short DC Universe Online film by Miller that got him the Deadpool gig, which features about a million super-hero characters. Also, boobies (*snigger*)
What does the Fonz think? Dirty Ryan makes my day.