Successes and failures of one of the currently most requested actors in Hollywood.
A list of the best Ryan Reynolds films and, incidentally, also talk about the five worst.
1 Bad – ‘Blade Trinity’ (David S. Goyer, 2004)
After the success of ‘Blade’ (Stephen Norrington, 1998) and ‘Blade II’ (Guillermo del Toro, 2002), who would have imagined that this would be a disaster? Actually, anyone who had paid a little attention to the details.
For one thing, Wesley Snipes was about to hit rock bottom but he didn’t know it yet. He still thought he was that great star of the 90s, but his body could not bear alcohol in the same way and justice was beginning to be interested in his taxes. On the other hand, David S. Goyer responds to the profile of a screenwriter that is coming up and, when he decides to go behind the cameras, he does not know where to start. Enough did Ryan Reynolds and Jessica Biel to hang on until the end of the shoot.
THAT, FOR THE RECORD THAT UNDER NO CONCEPT WAS THE FAULT OF REYNOLDS OR THE GIRL FROM ‘SEVEN IN PARADISE’. GOD HOW I LIKED THAT SERIES.
two Good – ‘Van Wilder: Animal Party’ (Walt Becker, 2002)
Youth comedy attached to National Lampoon, with all that that entails, which became the introduction of Reynolds to the general public after a good collection of appearances in films that nobody remembers.
Hooligan, funny and as incorrect as a youth comedy should be, he knew how to take advantage of the pull of ‘American Pie’ to update the cinema of exited college students. Today, much of his gags make you want to light a torch, but it would be somewhat hypocritical not to recognize the title as a success.
MY TWITTER IS NOT @VANCITYREYNOLDS FOR NOTHING. DADLE FOLLOW MY COMPADRES.
3 Bad – ‘Marching!’ (Rob McKittrick, 2005)
And if ‘Van Wilder’ was right to recreate the success of the teen comedies of the moment, this ‘Marching!’ he failed when he tried to do the same with tragicomedies about young people who discover that they must stop being so when they are trapped in a regular job.
Emulating ‘Clerks’, ‘Empire Records’ or even ‘Hi-Fi’, this bullshit doesn’t get anyone to believe its characters and contains jokes that are blushing enough to make one wonder what he’s doing watching such garbage.
CHAVAL, YOU’RE GOING BY. AT THE END YOU EAT THE KEYBOARD.
Excuse me Mr. D, I continue.
4 Good – ‘Adventureland’ (Greg Mottola, 2009)
Greg Mottola came from lecture in the new new (new) American comedy with ‘Supersalidos’ and, even so, he knew how to keep up with the interesting (and little claimed) ‘Adventureland’.
With the same pretense as ‘Marching!’ but with much more sense, they knew how to better choose the role of Reynolds, letting him be the key secondary behind Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart.
I LOVED BEING AFTER JESSE EISENBERG AND KRISTEN STEWART.
5 Bad – ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ (Gavin Hood, 2009)
If ‘X-Men: The Final Decision’ proved mutants to be fallible, ‘X-Men Origins: Wolverine’ was his nail in the coffin, at least for a time.
Reynolds, who at the time was already very interested in taking the largemouth mercenary to the movies, followed the studio’s instructions to turn the character into a despicable creature. Luckily, he ended up proving to the industry that he was right and that Deadpool had potential, as long as he followed his own normal.
FUCK, GOOD APPROACH, YOU’VE EXCITED ME. GO ON, GO ON, GET TIRED OF MY PISTOL HAND.
6 Well – ‘Buried (Buried)’ (Rodrigo Cortés, 2010)
Everyone loved Chris Sparling’s script, but no one was crazy enough to shoot a movie in a box. At least until the libretto fell into the hands of Rodrigo Cortés.
The director, who eliminated the few exterior shots that could give the viewer a break, designed a dizzying psychological thriller of confinement in which Reynolds gives absolutely everything.
I HAD TO HAVE LISTENED TO SCARLETT AND MOVED FROM THIS MADNESS. MY BACK STILL HURTS FROM FUCKING RODRIGO. DO YOU HAVE YOUR ADDRESS HERE? NOW THAT I HAVE SUPERPOWERS I’M GOING TO MAKE HIM A VISIT.
7 Bad – ‘Green Lantern’ (Martin Campbell, 2011)
THAT, TO SEE.
It was very difficult. It has taken Marvel almost a decade to dare, little by little, to introduce their galactic plots and mystical characters. Warner was in a bit more of a hurry and toyed with Green Lantern, a guy who can create anything with an intergalactic ring that is loaded with a lantern.
The CGI suit and the stick-face of a lost Reynolds didn’t help, but the project seemed doomed from the start.
THE FIRST ERROR WAS SIGNING THE CONTRACT. HOW WOULD I KNOW WHERE I WAS BEING? WHO KNOWS HOW THIS WORKS? HOW IS IT POSSIBLE THAT IN THE SAME YEAR ‘BAYWATCH: THE BEACH WATCHERS’ BUT THAT ‘JUMANJI: WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE’ BATA RECORDS? WHAT DO I KNOW, PEOPLE ARE CRAZY.
8 Good – ‘The Voices’ (Marjane Satrapi, 2014)
Marjane Satrapi, the French Iranian responsible for the great comic Persepolis, launched into the North American market with this black comedy festival meat in which a shy man talks to his dog and cat, especially when he is not taking his medication.
Reynolds uses his paphilous face to improve the character, showing us for the first time his more ironic side and working as a first sample of his wonderful capacity for self-criticism.
ADD THAT IN ADDITION THERE ARE MANY MURDERS AND A SPEAKING HEAD STORED IN A FRIDGE.
There are many murders and a talking head stored in a refrigerator.
9 Bad – ‘RIPD Deadly Police Department’ (Robert Schwentke, 2013)
The industry, reluctant and with no intention of hiding it, threw us this bad copy of ‘Men in Black’ as soon as we neglected ourselves. Not even Jeff Bridges managed to save the ballot.
The CGI department was also not up to scratch and delivered a film with effects that seemed taken from the digital boom that had passed a decade earlier.
RIPD? I AM NOT AWARE. ARE YOU SURE IT’S NOT FROM CHRIS PINE? OR SOME OF THOSE OTHER CHRIS FROM MARVEL?
If ‘Deadpool’ (Tim Miller, 2016) worked because of the surprise that viewers had to discover that other types of heroes were possible, ‘Deadpool 2’ (David Leitch, 2018) adds to the proposal a better treatment of its characters, a more interesting plot and an ability to exploit everything they knew how to do well in the first installment that is to be applauded.
Bigger, more unleashed, the perfect sequel for those who wanted more of the same but, if possible, a little better.
AND SAY ABOUT THE POST-CREDIT SCENE.
Don’t miss the brutal post-credit scene.
WAIT, POST CREDITS? NO POST-CREDITS WRITTEN?
Well, according to I founded , the most appropriate thing is post-credits, yes.
HAVE YOU CORRECTED ME?
No, no, come on, let’s continue.
eleven Good – ‘Pokémon: Detective Pikachu’ (Rob Letterman, 2019)
First great live-action adaptation of the Pokémon world on the big screen, there is nothing. For this, in Legendary Picture they have chosen to adapt the video game in which an intelligent Pikachu plays a detective with the young son of a disappeared investigator. Nobody like Ryan Reynolds to lend his voice to the electric protagonist.
I WILL BECOME THE BEST, THE BEST EVER. MY CAUSE IS TO BE A COACH AFTER MY GREAT REAL TEST.
I WILL TRAVEL TO ANY PLACE, I WILL REACH ANY CORNER.
We have understood
I WILL FINALLY UNRAVEL THE POWER THAT IS IN POKÉMON.
Okay, I think already …
IT’S POKÉMON! GET ALL!
Just you and me…
IT’S MY DESTINY, MY MISSION!
YOU ARE MY FAITHFUL FRIEND, WE MUST DEFEND OURSELVES.
WE WILL BE BETTER IN THE END. I TEACH YOU.
And you to me!
YOU SEE, AT THE END YOU HAVE ENTERED VERY WELL. COME, PA HOME. AND THE OTHERS, YOU HAVE ALREADY READ THIS FOR FREE, NOW TO SHARE IT TO CRITICIZE THE ERRORS AND TO THE FUCKING CINEMA TO SEE THIS PIKACHU FILM, THAT THE DISNEY HAVE TO SEE THAT REYNOLDS CONTINUES TO GIVE PASTA AND WE HAVE TO DO ‘DEADPOOL 3’.
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