Five reasons to watch Deadpool 2…

1. It’s funny: Like, really funny. Some reviews have even called it the funniest Marvel movie to date.

2. It’s different: It’s not your typical Marvel movie. It’s more of a comedy than anything else, and that’s what makes it so unique.

3. The characters are great: You’ll love Deadpool, Cable, Domino, and the rest of the cast. They’re all incredibly likable and well-developed.

4. The action is awesome: There are some truly impressive action sequences in Deadpool 2 that will leave you on the edge of your seat.

5. It’s just a lot of fun: If you’re looking for a movie that you can just sit back and enjoy, Deadpool 2 is the perfect choice.

Deadpool is 4th wall aware

Deadpool knows he’s in a movie, and he isn’t afraid to break off from the action to critique its plot devices, casting choices, and production budget. It’s weird, brutal, and funny – and we love it!

Yes, it’s violent, but…

…the violence often serves to highlight the absurdity of most action films’ fight scenes. When Deadpool gets caught in a hail of bullets, there’s no miraculous,

gymnastic slo-mo escape – nope, he gets splattery, painful bullet wounds and, to add insult to gruesome injury, then has to take his costume to the launderette.

The music is secretly awesome

Okay, Guardians of the Galaxy got the cool soundtrack of ’70s and ’80s classics that still sound great at every impromptu hipster hoedown. But Deadpool loves the stuff we all secretly listen to in the car. Salt-N-Pepa. Celine Dion. Wham.

Deadpool deals with grown-up stuff (badly)

Cancer, work, ***, IKEA furniture – Deadpool tackles all of these topics in the first half of his first film. In seven hours of Captain America-headlined features, all we’ve learned is that Steve Rogers owns a washing machine and is possibly out of Nespresso pods.

We can all relate to Deadpool in some ways – he’s just a guy with bad luck and a good aim who agreed to try an evil-doctor’s cancer cure and got horribly disfigured along the way. In some ways, we’re all avocado-faced reality-bending hitmen hellbent on revenge.

Deadpool himself is surprisingly right-on

He’s openly bisexual, agonises about the feminist implications of fighting female villains, raises money for cancer research, expresses himself through dance, and is, um, very supportive of International Women’s Day. You won’t see that in Iron Man.

So even if you’re not a Marvel fan, you might just enjoy Deadpool 2 – and if you don’t? Well, we have a fully-stocked bar and plenty of comfortable seats. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the film with a glass of wine in hand. Wade Wilson certainly won’t mind!*

Is Deadpool available on Netflix?

Yes, Deadpool (2016) is available on Netflix but it’s hidden which is why you can’t find it if you’re not looking in the right place.

But if you follow the steps mentioned in the guide, you’ll be able to watch Deadpool and a lot more movies that may not be available in your country yet – like Deadpool 2, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, and Iron Man.

Why I can not Watch Deadpool on Netflix now?

Netflix employs geo-blocking software to keep viewers from watching content from other countries. That’s why it’s not available in your country. And whenever you search for your desired show, the specific movie or series won’t show up.

At the moment, Deadpool is available in countries like Germany, South Korea and the UK. And if we can somehow change our location to these countries then we can access Deadpool and other titles on Netflix now. I’m going to explain how to do this in the next few lines.

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