Here’s Why Kingsman: The Golden Circle Is The Movie You Need To Watch This Weekend
What is that one quality that distinguishes an average action movie from a brilliant over-the-top extravaganza which keeps you sitting at the edge of your seats? Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman: The Golden Circle answers that.
The first installment of the Kingsman franchise had a rather weird run at the Box-office. The movie had little to no buzz surrounding its release. Once out, people went ahead and watched this movie sheerly because of the amazing reviews of those who had put their trust in Vaughn’s capable hands. And they weren’t disappointed. Kingsman: The Secret Service is widely considered as one of the best action movies to have come out in the last decade.
One of the guiltiest pleasures of 2014 was Kingsman: The Secret Service, an R-rated spy spoof from British director Matthew Vaughn. Based on the cult comic books, Kingsman starred Taron Egerton as Eggsy, a London hooligan who joins a group of impeccably dressed spies. The movie was stylish, funny and unpredictable, though slightly juvenile and gratuitously violent. There was much to recommend, and a few things to forgive.
If you love fast-paced, stylish, humorous, and all around awesome flicks, then this is a definite must see. The action was amazing and we really loved watching Colin Firth kick some ass! We don’t think we’ve had that much fun watching a film in a really long time. The way the creators put a different spin on the superhero genre in Kick-Ass, was very much how they put a spin on the Spy movie genre in Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Here’s the trailer:
It’s through the Statesmen that Eggsy discovers his presumed-dead former mentor, Harry Hart (Colin Firth), seemingly alive and well. The role fits Firth like a made-to-measure Oxford shoe, but the manner of his return is a bit of a letdown, given the secrecy that has surrounded it. It’s another ‘too safe’ moment in a film that should have taken more risks.
The sequel features a plethora of stars from Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Pedro Pascal to Hally Berry. This is a visually appealing movie with even more attractive film-stars.
Yeah, and Oberyn Martell (Pedro Pascal) kicks so much ass in this movie.
Hollywood has been largely disappointing with large-scale releases this year which has come up short in the action department. Kingsman: The Golden Circle looks like it’ll make huge amends in that department. This weekend is surely going to be a brilliant cinematic experience and we can’t wait to catch this movie in a theatre near us.
You can book your tickets here. Make sure you go for this because it’ll surely not disappoint you.
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