I am going to be talking about the worst movie that I have watched in my entire life. Its name is “Deadpool”.
It was a sunny Friday morning a year ago when my bestie and I had nothing to do but to wander around the city with no specific direction. Suddenly I caught sight of the movie poster for “Deadpool” when we were waiting for the traffic light at the intersection. And as you may probably guess, we were in the cinema, just 15 minutes after that, with our box of popcorn, ready to enjoy the movie. But in fact, it was one of the worst decisions that I have ever made.
The main character is a man whose superhuman ability was activated after being injected with a serum to cure his cancer, the movie was full of violence with a lot extreme fighting scenes, blood, gruesome torture scenes and an excessive use of bad language. While others, including my friend, were applauding in excitement, I found myself suffering from a splitting headache. In fact, I was about to leave when it was about one-third of the way through the movie, but as my friend kept insisting me to stay, I remained seated, wishing the time would fly faster.
I supposed Deadpool was not that bad as many youngsters were still fascinated by it, and more importantly, it became a success and won many awards. However, it is simply because the movie is not my taste and the inhumanity, even to bad people, is something I couldn’t stand. My friend told me its sequel would be released soon, but to me once was enough for my suffering.
- Bestie: a best friend
- To catch sight of: to suddenly notice
- Gruesome: very unpleasant and filling you with horror, usually because it is connected with death or injury
- Torture: the act of causing somebody severe pain in order to punish them or make them say or do something
- Splitting headache: a very bad headache
- Inhumanity: cruel behaviour or treatment
- Sequel: a movie that continues the story of an earlier one