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  • Deadpool 2 (2018)

  • Duration
    119 mins
    Action, Comedy, Science Fiction.
  • In Cinemas
    May 15, 2018
  • Country
    United States of America.
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Movie ‘Deadpool 2’ was released in May 15, 2018 in genre Action. David Leitch was directed this movie and starring by Ryan Reynolds. This movie tell story about Wisecracking mercenary Deadpool battles the evil and powerful Cable and other bad guys to save a boy’s life.


David Leitch.


Simon Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds, Lauren Shuler Donner.

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Marvel Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Genre Films, The Donners’ Company.

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  1. Melanie Smith says:

    I love to look for used book stores as I travel. I think they are more fun than a new book store because you never know what you will find. And everyone knows a rare or quirky books is so much fun to come arcoss.

    • Cheryl says:

      We were in Portland, Oregon for a week and had a chance to visit Powell Book’s. What an incredible book store, so many books that I could spend days there.

  2. Joan Berrios says:

    Loved an old bookstore in Sonomish, wash. Don’t remember the name right now. But the antiquing there is UNbelievable too! I’m reading now your book, Goodbye, Murphy’s Law. Too many distractions this week! But hope to finish by weeks end!

  3. Jackie Rod says:

    One of my favorite haunts is Eagle Eye book Store in Decatur, GA. They conduct writing workshops and book signings every week. The store has a section of books signed by the authors. Recently I purchased a signed copy of “Miss Julia Speaks Her Mind” by Ann Ross. She is a fantastic southern writer! Have a happy summer frequenting book establishments, everyone.

  4. I think I’ll start a new list of bookstores to visit — going to put Eagle Eye on it. I’ve enjoyed the Miss Julia series; have read several of those. Joan, bookstores and antiques would be a great town, so I’m going to look for Sonomish. I only made it to 3 or 4 antique stores on this trip. Melanie, I know just what you mean about not knowing what you’ll find at a used bookstore — I’ve found some fantastic old writing books, for example, and books on unusual topics, such as handwriting. 🙂

  5. Congrats to Lindy A. in Ohio who won the most recent Kitchen Couch Summer Reading Club book drawing. Leave comments to be included — will draw in two weeks for a signed copy of “Wreath,” my YA novel.

  6. Lindy Anastis says:

    I just finished reading Karen Kingsbury “Going Home” (A Baxter Family Reunion). I have read this entire series over the years — something like 22 books in the series and I think this might have been the last one. I have Janet Evanovich’s new book on my Kindle and I think that will be next book.

    I’m so thrilled that I won most recent Kitchen Couch Summer Reading Club book drawing.

    I love books & have my to thank for that as she loved to read and made readers out of myself and 4 siblings!! I have never really been to an old bookstore but is something that I would really like to do one day!!

  7. laurelrogers says:

    I, too, seek out bookstores on my travels! The half price bookstores in the Plano area are my favorites! My favorite memory is from a few years ago when visiting my big sister in St. Louis. She took me to Borders and she and I SAT in the floor in front of shelves reading for about 2 hours!

    I just read Archy and Mehitabel by Don Marquis. Also, I am rereading Death Be Not Proud by John Gunther.

  8. Linda Gregg says:

    Remember when we saw one another at Annual Conference? You asked me what I was reading. Since I did’t see anything but a silouette when you asked, I stammered a reply. Well. Finished it. Won’t bother with the sequels. Read 3 books more since then that I didn’t find particularly special. Just downloaded “Maine”. Looking forward to it! Thanks!!

  9. Darlene Pollard. says:

    Sorry you missed our Cokesbury store in Kirkland, Wa. We sell your books, Judie. Give us a visit the next time you are in the area.

  10. Oh, Darlene, that would have been wonderful. Love Cokesbury stores! We have a great friend in Seattle, so I’m sure we’ll be up there again. Linda, I’ll be curious to see what you think about “Maine.” It had a great setting, but I found it hard to get attached to the characters. It’s getting rave reviews, but I picked it up on the basis of the back-cover copy! 🙂

  11. Pat Covington says:

    I just finished reading a book called Recluse that a friend lent me on the Nook – pretty good! Now reading Seating Arrangements, recommended for a friend.

  12. Charlie Buxton says:

    Just finished “The Sauvignon Secret” by Ellen Crosby. This is the latest and best in her wine country series. She includes great local flavor of northern Virginia rural countryside, historical details, and progress in the always problematical romantic relationship with her winemaker. A great summer read!

  13. Just finished Aztec by Gary Jennings for my June book club read. It was a marathon. Very long, hard to get started, and not a light summer read. Lots of violence, sex, and long names. It was interesting, but don’t start it unless you have a strong stomach! I am reading several books by Dana Stabenow at the moment. Her mysteries set in Alaska are extremely good.

  14. Pam Mitchell says:

    Speaking of bookstores, I love the Sundog bookstore in Seaside, Fl. If you ever make a list, you should include that bookstore. A nice play to browse! Judy- I am finishing up the last Green book and I love it!

  15. My bookstores-to-visit list is growing. Thanks, Pam, for Sundog! Cheryl, I ventured into Powell’s once while in Portland on a business trip. I could spend DAYS there. Sure appreciate the Green and Wreath comments, y’all! I did a signing yesterday at the Louisiana State Exhibit Museum, where we had the launch party several years ago for “Gone to Green,” my first novel. Hope you’ve each had a great weekend, filled with time for reading.

  16. Judy – When you next visit New England, you might want to pick up my Guide Book, A Vacationer’s Guide to Rural New England Bookstores, where I describe my favorite 70 bookstores; 39 independents and 31 used book shops. You can buy it at Amazon or pick it up at local shops when you get here. Let me know when you head this way!

    • What a great idea for a book! I’ll definitely check it out for our next visit up that way. Just went to New Orleans and discovered a couple of great bookstores in the French Quarter. Sorry for the delay in replying!

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