“6 Underground” of course, yet is not part of the gigantic franchise, and no famous superheroes, but plays the Deadpool star, criss-crossing the world, Ryan Reynolds as a wise hacked hero, gathering from one stunningly destructive set to another. And behind the camera, to coordinate the action you have Michael Bay who shot The Bad Guys and the countless Transformers films.
The film is spectacularly silly, however the approach of Bay to action – cutting frequently and blowing everything up that never gets boring. “6 Underground” starts with a scene where “a fast-paced car is chasing something”. The scene represents the entire title group of the international operatives and scenes that are even more inventive and throbbing.
Deadpool authors Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick has written the script, so there’s light, secular energy in the whole dialogue, and some of the jokes are really funny.
But your pleasure will depend on your capability to turn off brain not to be worried by a plot, which is both ridiculous nonsense and ridiculously confusing, or Bay’s tendency to shoot women as if their asses are their main features.
And you absolutely not willing to think too much about the basic premise, which assumes that the world would be better if secretive technology billionaires avoid international law and could constrain a system change in the Middle East.
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