Movie Review: Kingsman: The Secret Service

At the route of the film Kingman is about a father and a son!

      From the warped mind of comic book creator/hype man Mark Millar and under the Direction and writing of the man who brought you X-men First Class: Matthew Vaughn comes: Kingsman: The Secret Service a film revolving around a covert organization that to the rest of the world seems like a group of the best dressed tailors in England, but in all actuality have prevented thousands of World Crises abroad.  So was the move Vaughn made to walk away from X-men Days of Future Past to team up with his bud Millar worth it? Find out after the break….

   Samuel L. Jackson (Valentine) playing a bad billionaire Bond type Villain with lisp, a henchmen with Knives for legs, and one of the most amazing continuously shot  action sequences you will ever see involving a white hate Church in the South.  These are just a list of the few epic, but outrageous things you will see in Kingsman.  That being said never at a single point during the film did I feel it had lost the audience.  That’s because all throughout the madness, Vaughn always brings you back to the route of his story: which is the Father Son type relationship between Kingman agent Harry Hart (Colin Firth) and his new recruit Eggsy (Played by newcomer Taron Egerton).

   With never a dull moment, and a diverse and interesting cast it will be hard for any comic book to film adaptation to top Kingsman: The Secret Service in 2015.  The film manages to be such a ode to the outrageous classic over the top Bond film’s we love such as Moonraker as well as the prolific violence in Tarintino film’s like Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2.  Most impressive is it always does this will riding the line of action and comedy perfectly to the point that it’s funny to those who came in looking for a good laugh, and kick-a** comic book action flick who those who came in looking for that.

Confirmed: Great and a 1/2


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