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Plot: A young man named Gary "Eggsy" Unwin (Taron Egerton), whose father died when he was a young boy, is dealing with living with the creep his mother is with now, who mistreats her and him. He goes out and does something to one of the creep's friends. He gets arrested and he calls the number a man gave… Runtime: 129 min Release Date: 13 Dec 2014
One Of The Funniest And Most Violent Action Films In Years (by bloodnguts29)
I'm going to be honest about this: I like unabashedly violent action films. I'm 42 years old, I'm from Texas and I can take it. Growing up with films like 'Rambo', 'Die Hard', 'The Terminator' and 'Robocop', I can't stand that watered-down "no-blood-no-swearing" gutless kiddie fare that is being served as "action" these days. I know the real thing when I see it - we used to see it all the time back in the day - and I hardly ever see it anymore.Which brings me to this movie. 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' was being <more>
shown just around the corner from where I live, and because I loved two of director Matthew Vaughn's previous films, 'Layer Cake' and 'Kick-Ass', I naturally took the chance to see it. I had already read some comments from previous screenings that this film was totally bad-ass, and I can now say that's actually putting it mildly. This film is nothing short of bat-shît crazy.Years ago Tarantino said in an interview that he had written a James Bond script and that he would love to direct a Bond film. Sadly, that never happened, but ever since I read that I wondered what an R-rated Bond might be like. I don't know, maybe Matthew Vaughn has read that interview too and saw the potential, because 'Kingsman' is pretty much that: An ultra violent, funny, crazy, foul-mouthed James Bond film with a little bit of 'Men in Black' and 'Mission Impossible' thrown in . You could say that this is to Bond what 'Game of Thrones' is to 'Lord of the Rings': Where the former can't and dare not go for marketing and box office reasons , the latter joyfully and gloriously ventures. Dirty and very black humor - check. Bad language - check. Gratuitous violence - check. Needless to say, I was thrilled.But it's also a fantastic action film with an amazing cast Oscar winners Colin Firth and Michael Caine, plus Sam Jackson AND Mark Hamill and spectacular, over-the-top fight-scenes that in some instances even rival films like 'The Raid' for their sheer visceral intensity. In short, if you're as fed up with lame wannabe Die-Hards and Terminators as I am, go watch this film. Apart from the rare 'John Wick' or 'Equalizer', 'Kingsman' seems to be pretty much the only antidote to the toothless, generic tripe Hollywood tries to pass for action these days. 9 stars for the film and the story, 11 stars for the balls to pull this off the way they did. Average a perfect 10.EDIT:P.S. I recently stumbled upon an article on the importance of R rated movies. If you're a film fan especially of films that don't cater to teenagers , you might find it as enlightening as I have:www.the-fanboy-perspective.com/the-importance-of-the-r-rating.html
I just came back from a pre-screening of 'Kingsman' and let me tell you: if you liked the first Kick-Ass, you are going to LOOOVE this film! I would never have thought that a stiff Brit like Colin Firth could pull off action - but boy, does he whoop ass in this one. I thought the story was rather original don't know the Comic , it's a bit like an ultra violent James Bond parody. Or better: a crossbreed of Bond and Kick-Ass. Finally an action movie that doesn't use kiddie-gloves. The kid who plays the recruit is also worth mentioning. I've never seen him before but he <more>
really nails it. There's a lot of humor in this film, it really doesn't take itself too seriously, but it's not overdone. And Sam Jackson finally found something he hasn't done yet. I guess his role was already spoiled a bit in the trailer, but believe me: you haven't seen Jackson in this kind of part before. This is an excellent, over-the-top bloody and sexy film for fans of old-school action films. I give it 10 stars. Highly recommended!
Kingsman: The Secret Service marks the third film in a row that director Matthew Vaughn has adapted from a comic book background. His two predeceasing being Kick-Ass 2010 and X-Men: First Class 2011 - which, by all means, were pretty damn good!Over the last few decades, both comic and superhero movies, mostly fall into the easy trap of taking themselves too seriously. Where Vaughn's vision lies, and so-far proved by his former comic adapted films is that they draw a clean balance to where drama and serious character development ends, and cartoonish humour meets, leaving a unique <more>
entertainment that stands out.Based on the comic by Mark Millar who also created Kick-Ass , the film sees a young – no better way to put it – chav, called Gary 'Eggsy' Unwin Taron Egerton , taken under the wing of Harry Hart Colin Firth , a spy for her majesty's secret service. With the aid of Michael Caine and Mark Strong, they soon come face-to-face with the villainous Richmond Valentine Samuel L. Jackson ; an ego- centric - Steve Jobs-type - billionaire madman with a lisp , who hates the sight of blood – yet holds a vision of mass biological warfare.Licenced to thrill, Kingsman' is almost a love-letter to the James Bond films – but not too far as a parody, like Austin Powers - but more a homage to the franchise - a 007 meets Kick-Ass, of sorts. At a point, Colin Firth's character, Harry, even mocks the thought by saying 'give me a far-fetched, theoretical plot any day 'Fans of Bond and Kick-Ass are certain to love it, as through rollercoasters of action, comedy and espionage, comes a bucket of winks, references and nods to the world of spy movies. Just like the colourful, gadget ridden Bond films of the 1960's, Kingsman is very fun to watch, with 'wham, bam, thank-you ma'am' style of mayhem, one- liners and bonkers soundtrack crazed all over it.The comic the film was based on was already hugely entertaining – in fact, probably the best we have read. Littered with Millar's creative quirkiness and with Vaughn's auteur film-making, has left a stylized-spectacle of ultra-violence.Portraying the lead character of 'Eggsy', Taron Egerton also in this month's Testament of Youth , proves to be an outstanding newcomer as he brings the character to life with an energizing vibe of a comparing ethic of chav lifestyle vs. gentleman's class.Alongside, and tackling the mentor, come father type role, is Colin Firth, who based on previous filmography alone could easily be classed as Britain's most boring and typecast actor. Until now, the mold romantic films is broken as he picks up a gun and finds an encyclopedia of wit and enters openly new territory. It's Colin Firth like you have never seen before! – and it is bad-ass.Squeezing in with a 15 rating somehow , Kingsman is never short of violence and its guts and guns galore, when kneecapping; slicing off body parts and explosions become all too familiar. Given the calibre of talent involved, Kingsman' does not fall stereotype and gimmicky like other YA spy adventures like Stormbreaker, or Spy Kids, but instead, a well-deserved mash-up of espionage and true cinematic excitement.
Daring Fun with the potential of becoming Iconic (by PadmeAgnes)
#Kingsman: The Secret Service is a gentlemen secret spy-society that saves the world from a villain with the help of new recruits ... Don't let this summary fool you, the movie fantastic! It got applause at the end of the preview; for me first time ever in a cinema. Great lines, never laughed this much: Bond with a wink and fresh edge. Plus super shot "martial art" action that should make the Matrix jealous. The action has its true Shakespearian/GoTh moments and all supported by cool tech-stuff. Great aspect in this movie is the music, an extra comic dimension. When you see the <more>
movie you'll know what I mean. Next too all the clever fun and furious action, it touches on petty crime poverty and home violence. Matthew Vaugh captures the grimness yet doesn't loose it's lightness ... and I like the message: "a gentlemen is not born, a gentle wo men is someone who chooses to be one." The young gang, like Sophie Cookson, held up well and Taron Egerton established his position in the gang of giants. Colin Firth's aloofness was crowned with a kick-ass bite, Samuel Jackson brings his role back to old fashion comedy, strongly supported by Mark Strong and Michael Caine. It is a big 9,5 - this movie just nailed it.
People will have interesting reactions to this film. All of Matthew Vaughn's movies have been good, and he was able to push it further with this one. I would call it an action comedy, but there is more of an emphasis on the action than the genre usually has. There are cool POV shots, and it gets you right into the thick of it. It mixes it up with some short moments where it doesn't cut so quickly, as well as a few long takes that are particular nice. The violence and comedy has a guttural component, which a person like me really enjoys, but it will throw some off. The film is a <more>
throwback to old spy flicks, while at the same time being a sort of parody. It is humorous throughout. Samuel L. Jackson plays an odd megalomaniac who makes you laugh more than shiver, which goes with the tone of the movie. It is nice to see Samuel L. in the role of a bad guy. I have no doubt that many will enjoy the henchwoman, who has a different element to her. Colin Firth fits in with the particularly suave spying; and, the newcomer playing the protagonist, Taron Egerton, handles both the action and comedy well. Mark Strong is always a good actor for movies with dark humor. It is fun, however those who are sensitive may have trouble enjoying it. It is not a film for everyone, but that makes it better for others. I personally think it is Vaughn's best work.8.75
The director of 'X-Men: First Class' does not disappoint (by cartmanscrewyouguys)
My boyfriend and I got invited to a pre-screening first time ever! and we had no idea what kind of film this was going to be. I knew the actor from The King's Speech and my bf told me this was by the same director who had done X- Men: First Class which I think is the best . But because of the main actor, I thought this would be some British comedy. I was not prepared for this hilarious, crazy action film. It's really, really funny, and it's very violent. I don't know whether many women are going to like it I do, but I prefer South Park over Sex and the City and I usually <more>
hate chick flicks . It is a comedy but not what you'd expect. And despite this being not at all like X-Men, I absolutely loved the film. And Samuel Jackson is in the film! If you like spy movies and if you're not offended by gory violence and very dirty language, go watch this film. The last 30 minutes or so are like the craziest I've ever seen in an action film and I have seen a lot of action films, believe me. The storyline is a bit like Men in Black without aliens, and the young actor who plays the rookie is perfect in this part. The film might not be very realistic, but I thought this was one of the best action comedies I have seen in a long time.
Hilarious! This could be the surprise hit of 2015 (by Quint1965)
Well folks, that's how it's done. Ever thought MI-6 note: that's what the British call their secret service is a club for snobbish, upper class dudes who like to watch paint dry all they long? OK, Bond is kind of cool I hated the last two, though , but now we finally got a film that takes spy movies to the next level. Not since 'District 9' have I had that feeling during the watching of a film like "this movie just does everything right" by which I mean of course: it plays exactly to MY taste . Compared to this film, every James Bond movie released after <more>
'Licence to Kill' looks like a snore-fest. This is such a kick-ass, "balls against the wall" crazy ride that I had to shake my head several times in disbelief during the screening I was invited to. And I actually knew what I was in for. I've seen every film by Matthew Vaughn, but I was not prepared how far he was willing to go with this one. Thought 'Kick-Ass' was pretty crazy? Wait till you see this.One of the key ingredients is the casting of the actors. The well known stars all play against type, which makes this even more unreal. Remember that lame dude who mainly played lame dudes in girlie movies like 'Bridget Jones'? He just won an Oscar for playing the stuttering King of England, and as you will see in 'Kingsman', that Oscar was well deserved: that dude Colin Firth can play anything! He's more bad-ass in this than Bond ever was!A word to the wise, though, this film is not for the easily offended or the squeamish. It is a comedy but a very, very violent kind of comedy. And the language alone will shock the MPAA out of their pants. Watch this if you're into films like 'Lock, Stock', 'Kick-Ass', or 'In Bruges' and you'll probably love it - don't bother if you're more into serious films or family friendly comedies. As for me, I had a bloody good time.
Kick-Ass meets Men in Black and 60s Avengers (by Joejoesan)
With movies like X-Men: First Class, Kick-Ass, Stardust and Layer Cake writer/director/producer Matthew Vaughn established himself as one of the most exciting movie makers around. Having turned down the offer to direct X-Men Days of Future Past we were very interested in what he was working on instead. Luckily Kingsman: The Secret Service - again based on a comic - doesn't disappoint. Afterwards we can be glad that he put all his efforts in this incredibly funny but also comic-book violent spy flick. With Bryan Singer again involved as director, the X-Men movie also turned out very fine <more>
anyway.The film is about Kingsman, an unknown but powerful British Secret Service. When one of his spies dies, all six remaining agents are asked to come up with a candidate that can replace him. After a dangerous selection only one will remain. Kingsman Harry Hart Colin Firth nominates Gary 'Eggsy' Unwin played by newcomer Taron Egerton who's also being eyed for the role of Cyclops in X-Men Apocalypse . Eggsy is a small criminal who doesn't know he is the son of a killed Kingsman agent. In the meantime the organization investigates the dubious plans of billionaire and philanthropist Valentine Samuel L. Jackson , who says he wants to save our planet but doesn't tell the world at what costs he will do that.Three movies pop in mind when you see Kingsman. First of all: Kick- Ass. It has the same humor, violence and over the top characters. Valentine's bodyguard for instance is a girl with no legs but with killing blades. Her action scenes are quite spectacular. Samuel L. Jackson is a crazy disturbed villain. His madness suits the finale of the movie very well. Secondly: Men in Black. Young Eggsy must participate in a very nasty selection process in order to be the chosen Kingsman. The missions they must do are very dangerous. In the first one a candidate even dies or it seems that way . The third and major title Kingsman resembles is The Avengers. No, I'm not talking about the Marvel one. In the late sixties there was this British TV-series starring the ultimate gentleman John Steed Patrick Macnee and the first powergirl ever, Emma Peel played by the legendary Diana Rigg from On Her Majesty's Secret Service and Game of Thrones fame . These two spies used a lot of hidden gadgets to solve crime. But whatever happened, like Colin Firth in Kingsman, John Steed always remained polite and stiff. The Avengers TV-series even got a very bad movie version in 1998 starring Ralph Fiennes, Uma Thurman and Sean Connery. Kingsman starts of as an entertaining action movie with lots of violence and humor. Entertaining, but not exceptional. Turns out director Vaughn saved the best for last. In the incredible finale the movie really delivers. Absolute highlight is the way the baddies get defeated by the two remaining Kingsman. That scene is so over the top, I think only Matthew Vaughn could have pulled that of.Yes, Kingsman is great stuff and I can't wait to see it again. Especially actor Colin Firth deserves lots of praise. He not only gives us a very likable and funny performance, but his action scenes are also very convincing and must have cost him months of training. The shots in which he does the fighting are also very long with very few cut aways. We hope he didn't have to do that many takes. Newcomer Taron Egerton as Eggsy is also impressive. He's not only believable as a low life street thug, but as a James Bond-like spy as well. No doubt Kingsman will launch his career.In one of the first scenes of the movie we see actor Mark Hamill in the role of professor James Arnold. And that's a nice surprise given the fact that it's 2015 now, the year of Star Wars The Force Awakens and his great movie comeback. It at least gives us a hint of how he will look as the elderly Jedi Luke Skywalker. Kingsman: go see it!
Gore Meets Comedy, Johnny English Meets James Bond! (by prospectus_capricornium)
Imagine James Bond, Jack Bauer, Jason Bourne and Johnny English in one movie, that's KINGSMAN: Secret Service.On the surface, Kingsman is a lively, and vividly illustrated bloodfest. If you're into movies where blades fly and heads and arms get impaled and detached, this one's for you. It teems with gore and violence, its brutality weirdly presented in ludicrously colorful and hilarious ways. KINGSMAN will both entertain and keep you on the edge of your seat. It starts with a deadly mission, one that would send one of the KINGSMAN secret agents to his death.This death forces <more>
kingsman agent, Harry Hart code name: Galahad , to personally deliver a bravery medal to his colleague's family, which the widow refuses to accept. The only son, receives it, instead. Now several years' passed, that medal, with a phone number encrypted on its back, leads the boy to KINGSMAN. And suddenly, he's brought into the dangerous world of espionage.The film's charm comes chiefly from two key characters, Harry Hart Collin Firth and our young unassuming hero, "Eggsy" Taron Egerton . Collin Firth's portrayal is truly remarkable, delivered with breathtakingly deadly elegance and aplomb, it's the one you would only expect from James Bond, and here, he might have done even more. Standing on totally opposite ground, is Eggsy, a young, playful teenager, who often gets into fights. He possesses an equally irresistible charm, only subtled beneath his choice of clothes, that is too unbecoming of a debonair secret agent. Together, these two, an ensemble of strong supports, Matt Vaughn's impeccable direction, and breathtaking visuals, result to this totally awe-inspiring film.But beneath that facade of bloodbath and elaborately executed violence, what makes this movie deeply moving, is its reasonating message about what truly makes a man noble. In the end, Kingsman is a motion picture with an irresistibly overwhelming appeal, extravagantly delivered with stunning cinematography and jawdropping, some of which, comedy-imbued action sequences. I give this film 8/10 stars.