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"Deadpool" hates its audience, and that's not necessarily a bad thing.It pokes fun at superhero movie culture, Hollywood, Reynolds, director Tim Miller, love and human decency – and that's just in the opening credits.The pervasive, toxic juvenileness suffocates even the more clever aspects of the film. It makes the entire experience a trying one, especially for the uninitiated who might be blindly expecting another "Avengers" or "X-Men". If superhero movies are going to continue to dominate the pop-cultural landscape for the foreseeable future (and they are), "Deadpool" is at least refreshing in its willingness to try something new. Reynolds wears the character well.The women aren't much to celebrate, either, although it was amusing to have an actual adult relationship in a superhero film as opposed to the chaste, teenage coyness of so many others.
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