Foul-mouthed mutant mercenary Wade Wilson (AKA. Deadpool), brings together a team of fellow mutant rogues to protect a young boy with supernatural abilities from the brutal, time-traveling cyborg, Cable.
As Scott Lang balances being both a Super Hero and a father, Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym present an urgent new mission that finds the Ant-Man fighting alongside The Wasp to uncover secrets from their past.
Six close friends meet each week for a game night involving board games, charades and pop culture trivia quizzes. Being the most competitive of the bunch, Max and his wife Annie, who seem to be a perfect match in every way, usually win every time. However, their marriage is on rocky ground as Annie fears that Max doesn't want to have children. When Max's shady brother Brooks reappears after a long mysterious absence and suggests that they have their next gathering at his place, no one expects that their weekly game night is about to go to the next level as Brooks organizes a full blown murder mystery party complete with actors as criminals and cops for them. However, when Brooks is violently kidnapped in front of everyone, it turns out that the game is all too real. Now, Max, Annie, their womanizing dimwitted friend Ryan, his domineering Irish date Sarah, and their childhood friends Michelle and her husband Kevin, who's obsessed with finding out with which mysterious celebrity ...
The actor who plays Tats, R. F. Daley, is the father of John Francis Daley, the co-director. See more »
When we first see Gary in uniform, the US Flag patch on his right shoulder shows the blue field on the left. This is the proper display of the US Flag EXCEPT on uniform patches. The blue field is always facing forward on right sleeve patches. See more »
Who cares about winning? Let's get drunk!
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The Warner Bros, New Line Cinema and Access Entertainment logos are in the form of game pieces. See more »
Written by Justin Toland, Thomas Starz and Andrew Denham
Performed by Dirty Streets featuring Justin Toland, Tommy Starz and Andrew Denham
Courtesy of Alive Naturalsound
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Don't listen to some of these bad reviews...it was a pretty good comedy
To be honest, it's not an academy award film but it's much better than what some reviewers wrote. I won't say much, but I thought the casting was good and it was a silly, corn-ball type of movie that you're onviously not dgoing to take too seriously. I thought the actor who played the police officer was the highlight of the movie.
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