Deadpool Movie – No Spoilers in here.

Hello & Greetings,

It’s me and here is a brief review of Deadpool the movie! My wife and I last night watched Deadpool the Movie with a theater filled to capacity last night (Thanks #FanX & #SLCComicCon ) . I will say it was roughly under 2 hours long. There will be no spoilers but there will be observations. So, let’s start off with Ryan Reynolds, he should legally change his name to Wade Wilson because it’s cooler, and he is the personification of Deadpool as well, breaking the 4th wall and all the comical references that deadpool concerned. The fact that the X-Men are involved (That has been in the trailer and commecercials so Chill) was excellent.


Vanessa (Morena Baccarin) is a perfect match for Wade, her outlook and acceptance of Wade is by far full of feels and icky Valetines lovey dovey fluff. There were some things I had pet peeves on but I will come back to this article once everyone else has had a chance to go see it (2 week from official opening day). So please feel free to come back and join on on discussing this piece of cinema art for the world archives of earth history. 😀



Leiji Matsumoto Created back 1977-79 an original manga, the main character Captain Harlock who rebels against the global government and fights for humanity with his crew of 40 and his space battleship The Arcadia. This manga become so popular and spread like wild fire that a 1978-1979 television anime series born, along with a movie and its sequel, Arcadia of My Youth: Endless Orbit SSX. I grew up on Captain Harlock in my early teen years on television after school. I wouldn’t watch G.I Joe or Captain Planet or mask. I was hooked on Battle of the Planets, Star Blazers, and Robotech, reading Ninja High School and Eastman’s TMNT, and the ilk.

When I heard that Japanese Cinema writer Harutoshi Fukui was involved in this I was like *WHOA!* this should be truly awesome! I mean Harutoshi has been noted for his works with Mobile Suit Gundam UC novels, and live-action Bōkoku no Aegis has refitted the story to that of the current modern society. Also along with him is Shinji Aramaki noted for some of his works Appleseed being just one example, is directing with the latest cinema-graphic technology the same scale and direction as a Hollywood production. The film has Toei Animation backing them up with a budget estimated at roughly over 30 million U.S. dollars? If this preview as a taste of what to expect, I think I know where I will be when it does hit state-side theatrical release. I’m betting they might even preview this at SDCC 2013 as well!

Captain Harlock the Movie is slated for a Theatrical release in the 3rd Quarter of 2013.