Kingsman: The Secret Service
Crime, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Comedy
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Matthew Vaughn
Samuel L. Jackson as Valentine
Jordan Long as Poodle
Cali as Dean's gang member #3
Neve Gachev as Reporter (rumored)
Paulina Boneva as Shop Customer
Taron Egerton as Gary 'Eggsy' Unwin
Tom Prior as Hugo
Samantha Womack as Michelle Unwin
Alex Nikolov as Little Eggsy
Sofia Boutella as Gazelle
Richard Brake as The Interrogator
Velibor Topic as Big Goon
Mark Hamill as James Arnold
Corey Johnson as Church Leader
Jack Davenport as Lancelot
Colin Firth as Harry Hart
Geoff Bell as Dean
Adrian Quinton as Terrorist
Storyline: Based upon the acclaimed comic book and directed by , Kingsman: The Secret Service tells the story of a super-secret spy organization that recruits an unrefined but promising street kid into the agency's ultra-competitive training program just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.
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What a terrible movie
I usually go by IMDb for movie ratings when choosing a film and so far it's yet to let me down for the most part. I saw that this movie was given great reviews and were in the high 7's. Looked like a cool action packed film. What a disappointment. It was just silly and fake and I kept telling myself it would get better and it just did not. I guess I was expecting something of a hero movie and this was a joke. It seemed very childish with adult scenes. The graphics were cool but not in any way real. The wardrobe was great as well. This film had great potential and just went completely south. I would not recommend this to anyone. What a waste of money purchasing the film.
Who said the traditional Bond formula is dead?!!
I was lucky enough to go to an advanced screening of Kingsman: The Secret Service. Watching the trailer a month ago made me interested to watch this movie since I'm a fan of spy movies especially the 007 movies. The movie is about a young teenager from London called "Eggsy" who is chosen by a professional agent from a super secret organisation who call themselves the "Kingsmen" to go through the deadliest "job interview" to be the next Kingsman spy.

That said I must say I was not disappointed. The action is fast-paced and there's a lot of comedy.The movie is sort of like 007 meets Men in Black. The movie obviously parodies the old traditional 007 formula especially of the Roger Moore era but this is done in a good way. Kingsman; The Secret Service reminded me how great the old 007 formula was until it was changed until Daniel Craig's portrayal of the agent. After watching this movie Daniel Craig better take notes because there is a new agent on the block and that is "Eggsy'.

That being said Kingsman: The Secret Service is the best movie of 2015 so far. Don't miss it!!!
A device brought into the theater
If no one has any objections to the "church scene" I wonder how they would have reacted when it would rather be a mosque! Or the Greenpeace headquarters. This movie shows the exact same thing Valentine's device did. How it could use good music to make you laugh at the most horrible things, and think literally it is OK. In a way this movie places Valentine's device right in the theater. And shows us our true reactions to horror. Dished up in the right atmosphere, totally acceptable! I wonder how we would react (because we are aware of the moral wrongness) if this music was played, and well choreographed, in a Nazi concentration camp. Congratulations! if you liked the church scene, and the scene where the world leaders lost their heads, you just experienced the numbing effect the Nazi soldiers have felt as they led people to be incinerated. Full of the music of the Führer.
A crass and ultra-violent assault on the senses.
There is something deeply unsettling about sitting in a movie theater surrounded by people who are laughing as, on screen, heads are exploding, limbs are being hacked off and a princess rewards her rescuer with anal sex. The film starts out on a promising and engaging note as we follow the recruitment and training of the protagonist. But then, at about the midway point, things get terribly weird and weirdly terrible. This is not just movie violence but violence-porn, violence for laughs, violence that glories in being shocking and over the top. The movie itself, in terms of film-craft, is disposable and forgettable. But what sticks with me is a nagging feeling that what I've just watched--in the guise of a movie purportedly about a refined British spy agency--is a marker of the decline of Western civilization. Kingsman is the Roman circus for the 21st century, and every bit as brutal and pointless.
Just dreck...
crass: adjective lacking sensitivity, refinement, or intelligence. synonyms: stupid, insensitive, mindless, thoughtless, ignorant, witless, oafish, boorish, asinine, coarse, gross, graceless, tasteless, tactless, clumsy, heavy-handed, blundering.

The intended audience has to be room temperature IQ or below. Over- the-top, horrific violence by nonsense cartoon characters only for the sake of displaying the violence itself. CGI only for CGI's sake. Humor of the lowest common denominator. The "unrefined, but promising street kid" goes from no skills to world class martial artist bullet dodger with no training.

Here it is for you in a nutshell... If you're a fan of the Bourne movies and Daniel Craig's Bond series, or even the Mission Impossible franchise, do not waste your time with this... I wish that I hadn't.
Kingsman: The Secret Service
KINGSMAN is yet another comic book mess, this time about a South London petty criminal who is given the chance to join a private intelligence agency only to find himself fighting against both class prejudice and a mad dotcom genius with an aversion to blood who wants to murder most of the population to save the world from global warming. It's amusing to see a film be disrespectful about Obama and AGW but the film is morally repulsive and stupid. It wants to be a silly but fun globe-trotting adventure like old James Bond films but those films had wit, exotic travel, high living and great stunts whilst this film is crude, stuffed with fake-looking CGI, charmless and has stupid jeopardy-free action scenes; I lost count of just how many times the bad guy's goons had the hero in their sights but missed him. The promised chav to gentleman transformation never occurs - apparently being comfortable with who you are is what makes a gentleman - with the hero starting as a lout and ending up as a lout in a bespoke suit. What really sinks the film though is its lack of a moral compass. I could complain about the crudity of having a Swedish princess offer anal sex to the hero but the real culprit is the way the film mixes comic book sensibilities with hyper-realistic violence. People are tortured and cut in half without a qualm. Worst of all is a sequence in the middle where a (hate) church full of people are driven mad and kill each other in an orgy of improvised and graphic violence which is shot like an action scene as if it is entertainment and goes on forever. If you want to see Colin Firth brutally and repeatedly stabbing a woman in the stomach then this is the film for you.
A Sickening Disappointment
This movie starts out feeling just like what I'd expect from a spy movie with Colin Firth and Michael Caine in the cast. The story line and characters in this comic-book film are interesting enough. All the spectacular special effects, high tech, and newfangled spy gadgets are great fun. Even the villain with the crazy knife feet is intriguing. The psychological thrills that play out as the next new Kingsman is chosen are also well done. But then the unspeakable gratuitous violence takes over. I usually very much enjoy spy films; I expected this one to be entertaining a la Men In Black, Mission: Impossible, or James Bond. Instead, it quickly becomes Pulp Fiction ~ for no reason whatsoever ~ a huge betrayal. Pornographic violence. Vapid female characters. An inappropriate sexual scene. All utterly unnecessary and truly disgusting. All attempts at humor or artistry fall flat. Shame on Colin Firth and Michael Caine for being in this movie, from whom I expect so much more. Should be rated X.
Terribly Misleading Trailer
Hard to sit through, and terribly misleading. It's a shame that such content can be shown in our theaters, commemorating death, advocating women as sex symbols or damsels in distress, and portraying mass murder as a 'cool action scene'. The first third of the movie has great action scenes that one would expect from a spy film. Easy to compare to the Bond films, however, as the movie progressed, the entire validity of the characters' morals were flushed down the drain. I and my two other adult friends had to cover our eyes and grimace at many scenes and we left all agreeing that we did not sign up for that sort of film. The trailer did an awesome job at capturing my excitement, then the movie did an equally great job of shattering that excitement. I stress, please watch at your own discretion.
Way to much violence and gore
Kingsman the secret service was a pretty standard action/spy movie that had way to much violence and gore. The plot was predictable and absurd to say the least and seemed to be mostly parodying other spy films, but with an excess of pointless violence, particularly the church scene, which emphasized how the violence was used to try and make up for the terrible plot. The use of excessive violence starts with the opening 10 minutes showing a man being sliced in half and not to mention the umpteen head shots shown in slow motion throughout the film. It all became really tiresome and made me want to stop watching to be honest. All in all a movie that will be remembered for pointless violence and nothing more. Hence, the reason it gets a 5 from me.
Tasteless, overlong, unfunny - a complete waste of time and money
The trailers not do this movie justice. The trailers make it look like a funny, farcical send up of James Bond and action movies in general. Unfortunately, it's very poorly conceived and poorly executed. Even the special effects manage to disappoint. Suffers from a super heavy touch and a complete lack of irony. The few chuckles provided in the script are completely lost in a sea of bloody, hyper violence. It's also at least 40 minutes too long with at least two overlong subplots that added nothing to the story or the film experience. Mean spirited in the extreme. Total crap. If watching mothers try to kill their babies with big knives turns you on, you might like this one. Sad to see stars like Colin Firth and Samuel L Jackson wasted in such a stinker, although I'm sure they're cashing big checks. This is clearly aimed at boys in the 16 to 20 year old age bracket. The big payoff joke involves anal sex. Really classy way close out the story.