Tag Archives: Ryan Reynolds

Pop Culture Happy Hour: Deadpool 2

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It was my happy task to join Daisy Rosario, Stephen Thompson, and Glen Weldon for a sadly Linda Holmes-free PCHH dissecting Deadpool 2, a movie that in my view succeeds utterly in being the meaningless and mercilessly self-trolling thing it sets out to be. To paraphrase the critic Homer Simpson, writing in Cahiers du Cinéma: I prefer to watch John Wick.

Your mileage may vary!

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Zazie Beetz and Ryan Reynolds want to touch the light, the heat they see in your eyes. (Fox)

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Imperfect Organism: Life, reviewed.

2219634 - LIFELife, the new anti-space-exploration space movie from Swedish director Daniel Espinosa and starring my beloved Rebecca “Ilsa Faust” Ferguson plus some other famous people, is no Gravity. Or Interstellar. Or The Martian. But it’s aight. I reviewed it for NPR, and then, having finished reviewing Life, I recalled The Onion‘s lovely backhanded obituary for Roger Ebert from 2013.