I have endeavored to keep this review spoiler-free and will tag any potential spoilers with **. 
Do you remember Wade Wilson’s appearance in Wolverine: Origins? No?
Well, Ryan Reynolds sure does, and he’s spent the last decade trying to make up for it. Where Deadpool the first was an origin story of epic and uncouth proportions, Deadpool 2 is the sequel that’s bigger, badder, and more raunchy than any other film in the comic book film genre.

It’s also surprisingly tender, and I’m not just talking about Wade’s gentle groping of Colossus.

By The Collectress

Did I just title this film review with song lyrics from The Bodyguard soundtrack?

Yes, yes I did.

In fact, The Hitman’s Bodyguard isn’t so different from that 90s film starring Kevin Costner and the late Whitney Houston, barring the absence of Ms Houston’s beautiful vocals (you’re still missed, Whitney). The Hitman’s Bodyguard takes the idea of a bodyguard providing protection to a reluctant well-known figure and pairs it with an irreverent humor that only Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds could deliver with a straight face.