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If you have questions, please contact us. Read on for more details. Support Still have a burning question? Have a chat with our friendly support staff. You may also like… Sale! Footages by Author New. You're doing something that's never been done. It's like you throw the rulebook out the window. These were all day-of-the-week records for R-rated films and days in February for Thursday through Monday. This kept it at No. The film was released in 80 markets around the world, many of them in its first week.
The film also opened well in Asian countries, notably Taiwan—where Reynolds had traveled for promotion and made the "central hub" of South East Asia for the film—and Hong Kong, where the film had the biggest Chinese New Year single day ever. It was the No. The film made No. The site's critical consensus reads, "Fast, funny, and gleefully profane, the fourth-wall-busting Deadpool subverts superhero film formula with wildly entertaining—and decidedly non-family-friendly—results.
Michael O'Sullivan of The Washington Post scored Deadpool three-and-a-half out of four, calling it a "voraciously self-aware comedy" and the first R-rated Marvel film "with real teeth". He praised the film's attitude and tone, Reynolds for making Deadpool a likeable character and the film's action scenes. Louis Post-Dispatch also gave the film three-and-a-half out of four, saying it was "smart, sexy, and outrageous", but that it would not work without Reynolds. He did feel the film's villains were underused.
Rolling Stone ' s Peter Travers said the film "goes on too long and repetition dulls its initial cleverness", but the "junky feel is part of its charm". He praised the cast, particularly Reynolds as well as Tim Miller's action sequences. He criticized the "featherweight" plot, but said that there is enough humor to support it, and that Reynolds was "born to play" Deadpool.
Nashawaty felt Reynolds was the perfect star for the film and is "a blast of laughing gas in a genre that tends to take itself way too seriously". She noted the film did not make homophobic, racist, or sexist jokes, and that its overall tone remained joyous despite the material. She highlighted the "human" elements in the film and the moments where Reynolds and Tim Miller did "more than hit the same bombastic notes over and over again".
Writing for the Los Angeles Times , Kenneth Turan said that Deadpool "gets off to a fun start" but the character "eventually wears out his welcome". He noted that though the film has a complicated narrative, it is masking a conventional Marvel origin story. Turan did highlight the film's romantic element and Baccarin's performance. He called the film a fun alternative to other superhero films. He felt some of the film's jokes about superhero cliches were out of date by the time the film was released.
He concluded the film is "bad, borderline garbage, but disturbing, too, in that it's just the kind of fake-clever awfulness that might be cinema's future". Deadpool has received many awards and nominations, recognizing the film as a whole, as well as: the cast's performance, particularly Reynolds as Deadpool; several technical areas, including the film's makeup, sound, and visual effects; and the film's unconventional marketing campaign.
After being nominated for awards such as the Golden Globes, Critics' Choice, and Writers Guild of America, Deadpool was considered a serious contender by commentators for several Academy Awards , despite its content and tone. He also noted an apparent bias that Academy voters have against superhero films; the lack of a targeted campaign for the awards by Fox, who did not seem to be expecting any of the film's previous awards either; and the number of other films in contention, as " was, all in all, a pretty good year for movies".
Before Deadpool ' s success, R-rated, comic-based films considered successful were and Watchmen , which earned about half the opening weekend gross of successful PG superhero films.
Many reasons were given why Deadpool went on to be more successful than these, including the popularity of the Marvel brand and Reynolds' performance. A Hollywood executive, not involved with the film, felt it succeeded because it "has a self-deprecating tone that's riotous. It's never been done before. It's poking fun at Marvel.
That label takes itself so seriously; can you imagine them making fun of themselves in a movie? Gunn hoped studios would learn "the right lesson" from the film and not just try to make more films like Deadpool. In March , a Warner Bros. Before Deadpool ' s release, Fox green-lit a sequel with Reese and Wernick returning to write the screenplay. In March , Reese said that a future film focused on X-Force would be separate from Deadpool 3 , "so I think we'll be able to take two paths.
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But would it really have been possible to do that with the technology available at the time? I'm not a space travel expert, an engineer or a scientist.
I am a filmmaker and lecturer in film post-production, and — while I can't say how we landed on the moon in — I can say with some certainty that the footage would have been impossible to fake. There are two different ways of capturing moving images.
One is film, actual strips of photographic material onto which a series of images are exposed. Another is video, which is an electronic method of recording onto various mediums, such as moving magnetic tape.
With video, you can also broadcast to a television receiver. A standard motion picture film records images at 24 frames per second, while broadcast television is typically either 25 or 30 frames, depending on where you are in the world. If we go along with the idea that the moon landings were taped in a TV studio, then we would expect them to be 30 frames per second video, which was the television standard at the time.
However, we know that video from the first moon landing was recorded at ten frames per second in SSTV Slow Scan television with a special camera. To the moon and beyond is a new podcast series from The Conversation marking the 50th anniversary of the moon landings.
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