Utah has the law in which full nudity and alcohol are not allowed to mix. There is no logic in this, for partial nudity that is sexually suggestive and alcohol are allowed to mix. I've not seen the movie Dead Pool, and I don't have to to weigh in on the argument.
I'm willing to bet that what is really at the core of this issue is about pornography. Psychologists are currently pushing and have convinced the Utah government to push pornography as a public health crisis. But what no one is stating openly at least is what is constituted as pornography. Is it portrayals of sexual behavior, nudity, immodesty, all of the above, or is it something else all together? The US Supreme Court has already determined that sexual behavior and nudity and immodesty do not constitute pornography, despite the porn industry pushing otherwise as its marketing tool drumming up billions of dollars in revenue. What is actually pornography is that which is deemed to be accepting of that which is sexually abusive. So acceptance of rape, incest, and sex with a minor are established examples of that which is actually considered to be harmful material.
If Dead Pool is a movie about the acceptance of sexually abusive material, then Brewvies should be in trouble with the law. That is what the courts should focus on, not the traditional laws in practice in the State.