And Cary's Comics Craze is doing its customary (nearly) second-by-second breakdown …
|Don't worry, citizen! It's Deadpool to the rescue — we hope.|
0:33 — And our hero sees a mugging with a man being threatened at gunpoint.
0:41 — "Not on my watch, m****f****r."
0:44 — Wade Wilson races to a phone booth with frost-colored glass. Cue "The Superman March" by John Williams. It's hero time!
0:44-47 — Did you notice that "Logan" is playing at the movie across the street from the phone booth that Wilson enters? Who says Reynolds couldn't find a way to get Wolverine in his "Deadpool" sequel?
0:47-49 — Wilson barely gets the collapsable door closed because his backpack gets stuck for a second.
0:51 — And Wilson starts changing into his Deadpool gear. Clock is ticking, dude! Off comes the hooded sweatshirt at the 0:56 mark.
1:04 — Wilson is working on getting his jeans off.
1:09-1:18 — A gratuitous shot of Ryan Reynold's bare ass smashed against the glass of the phone booth.
1:20 — Mugger to victim: "Gimme your f***in' wallet!"
1:20-1:30 — And Wilson is still changing… Man, that phone booth is cramped.
1:30-1:35 — Deadpool has the phone booth rocking back and forth. Did anybody mention there's not much space in there — much less when you have two samurai swords strapped to the back of your costume?
1:38 — Deadpool makes a random phone call.
1:44 — "No. OK. Just tell him Wade called."
1:56 — And there's a gun shot. Uh oh!
1:59 — After some final adjustments, Deadpool emerges from the phone booth. Finally!
2:05 — Gratuitous Stan Lee cameo: "Wow! Nice suit." "ZIP it, Stan Lee!"
2:10 — Deadpool is off to rescue the mugging victim. Cue the theme from "St. Elmo's Fire."
2:20 — "Ohhhh Jesus."
2:21 — "Oh, that's not good. No no no." (Check out the poster for the "Logan" film on the wall to the right of Deadpool's shoulder.)
2:25 — "Oh, you're not going to walk that off. That's gross."
2:31 — "I'm so sorry. I-I spent way too long in the phone booth." You think?!?
2:36 — "If I'm honest with myself, I probably should have just called 9-1-1."
2:42 — So Deadpool didn't make it in time to be of any help, so why not lay his head down on the corpse's belly?
2:52 — And Deadpool starts being reflective: "What the f*** is a phone booth doing on a street corner? Didn't those disappear in 1998?"
2:58 — "I suppose I could have just used my cell."
3:01 — "Oooh — Cherry Garcia ice cream! You gonna eat this?"
3:07 — "Don't answer now. Just rest."
3:20 — "How do the other guys do it so quickly? You probably wouldn't be dead if was Logan."
3:19-3:21 — And when is the "Deadpool" sequel coming to theaters? Kinda like coming to help that mugging victim – "Not soon enough."