The long-gestating Deadpool film arrives in theaters this weekend with so many questions. Has Ryan Reynolds found the right comeback vehicle? Does 20th Century Fox need to shed all its superhero films that don't involve mutants? Can quarter-century-old comic-book tricks feel fresh again when adapted for the screen? And of course, do you dare take the (older) kids to this visual orgy of stylized violence punctuated by sexual one-liners?
Michael Cavna: So first, we've gotta tackle the Ryan Reynolds question. Deadpool clearly is his attempt at a post- -- even "anti-" -- Green Lantern comeback. So does he succeed? What works - or doesn't - to you about his performance?
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