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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.
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While promoting the movie at the 2018 Comic-Con, writer and director M. Night Shyamalan noted that the film was "a once-in-a-lifetime movie in that Disney arm Buena Vista International, which owns the rights to Unbreakable (2000), and Split (2016) studio Universal Pictures, agreed to team for the film." He continued saying, "I don't think this will ever happen again, where two studios had two IPs they completely owned, and I said, 'Can we make a sequel to both, and you guys share it?' and they said 'Yes.'" See more »
Ending scene, when the 3 "remaining" characters are awaiting for the people's reaction in the train station, Mrs. Price starts to hold the hands of her 2 fellow survivors, and the coffee cup she was just given by Joseph seconds before has totally disappeared. See more »
(NO SPOILER) I Really Enjoyed M Night Shaymalan's Glass
Really Good Performances By Everyone (James MacAvoy Steals The Show)
Clever Unbreakable Connections
An Okay Twist (Seriously Why Do People Hate It)
David Dunn (Bruce Willis) Is Sidelined And Dosent Have An Arc)
Over-Use Of POV Shots
A Few Minor Plotholes
An enjoyable movie that left me satisfied (if you don't like it that's fine)
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