Why Deadpool Is Still The Best Superhero Movie Of 2016

There has certainly been no shortage of superhero movies this year, as the Marvel, DC, and X-Men universes all delivered a ton of different and exciting silver screen outings. We saw comic book icons duke it out over ideological differences, we saw magic appear for the first time in both the DCEU and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and we finally even figured out what specifically caused Charles Xavier’s hair to fall out during the events of X-Men: Apocalypse. If you’re a fan of comic book heroes and villains, then 2016 has probably been a great year for you so far.


However, there’s one movie that stands out against the competition: Deadpool. Somehow, against all odds, Wade Wilson’s low-budget, R-rated solo adventure has risen above the rest, and stolen our hearts in the process. Now that all of the major comic book movies of 2016 have premiered, we’ve compiled a list of reasons why Deadpool is undeniably the best of the lot. Check out our arguments and let us know what you think in the comments section below.

The Story Was Simple, Yet Effective

While the other superhero films of 2016 dealt with apocalyptic threats and bad guys with grand, dastardly schemes, Deadpool kept things simple and restrained, and it was all the better for it. At its core, the film was nothing more than a romantic comedy/revenge tale with buckets of blood thrown in for good measure, and wasn’t trying to be anything more. That simplicity allowed the film’s story to breathe more, and it offered Tim Miller and Ryan Reynolds the opportunity to play to its offbeat, quirky strengths whenever possible. The stakes weren’t even that high in Deadpool; Wade Wilson literally just wanted get his good looks back so Vanessa will love him; that’s a perfect example of heart over spectacle.

Purchase Dead from iTunes Store and Watch it anywhere


Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is a former Special Forces operative who now works as a mercenary. His world comes crashing down when evil scientist Ajax (Ed Skrein) tortures, disfigures and transforms him into Deadpool. The rogue experiment leaves Deadpool with accelerated healing powers and a twisted sense of humor. With help from mutant allies Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand), Deadpool uses his new skills to hunt down the man who nearly destroyed his life.

Now you can purchase the Deadpool movie from iTunes Store. And you can watch the bought movies on iPhone, iPad, iPod and Apple TV. And if you want to watch it on non-apple devices, you can use the iTunes video converter – M4V Converter Plus for Windows.

How to use M4V Converter Plus to convert iTunes Deadpool movie

Step 1. Free download the program on your PC (http://www.m4vconverterplus.com/M4VConverterPlus.exe), install and launch it.


Step 2. Click Add Movies button to import movies to the program. It can support converting iTunes purchased movies, iTunes Rentals, TV shows and music videos.


Step 3. Set output format. You can choose the output format in the profile drop-down menu. MP4 is the best video format for almost all popular devices, you can set Lossless MP4 by default.


Step 4. Click Profile blue panel to start the conversion. When conversion completed, you can select the converted files on Converted Movies Folder.

‘Deadpool 2’ Teaser Trailer Easter Eggs Attached to Logan

20th Century Fox surprised us with a Deadpool 2 teaser trailer attached to Logan. Entitled “Deadpool: No Good Dead,” the three and a half minute short film follows Ryan Reynolds, reprising his role as Wade Wilson (AKA Deadpool), as he tries to save someone being robbed in an alley. You might have missed some of the fun references that filmmaker David Leitch and crew helped hide in the video, so let’s run down the Deadpool 2 teaser trailer easter eggs. You can see the DEADPOOL 2 Teaser Trailer (2018) on the YouTube.



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