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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Stunningly UNDERWHELMING Stinkeroo
I really really wanted to like this movie. And, while it does have a few positive points, on the whole it was stunningly underwhelming. Don't waste your money on this stinkeroo.

Parents note: This is NOT the movie you want to take your children to see. It is one of the most graphically violent movies I can ever remember seeing. "Comic decapitations" are still decapitations. There is also a scene where a mother tries to murder her innocent toddler with a large ax. One of the characters is literally cut in half from top to bottom, and then shown in graphic detail awkwardly stapled back together.

A large part of these problems can be directly related to inept direction. Director Matthew Vaughn has no ability to reign in the more "Hammish" actors. Samuel L. Jackson pulls out all the stops - and basically ruins every scene he is in. Jackson's performance has to be the worst of his long career. It may well be one of the worst performances of the decade. His character was just stupid and incredibly offensive to so many people on so many different levels. He chose to speak with a cartoonish lisp which might suggest he is effeminate, or perhaps that he has a speech impediment - motivation is not an issue here - don't look for logic or rationality anywhere in this awkward movie.

Fans of Colin Firth, Jack Davenport, Mark Hamill, and Michael Caine will be very very disturbed by how these characters are treated.

On a positive note, Taron Egerton is a delight. He has enough skills to overcome the horrible direction and ham handed performances.
Missed potential, gratuitous crap
This movie could have been great, but it squanders all it's potential. It relishes low-class ugliness. The film tries so hard to be a clever, deconstructive meta-tale, forever winking at the audience about its silly story, that it metas itself into insignificance. Mr. Vaughn has no interest in, or perhaps understanding of, violence as a cinematic tool. He doesn't use violence; he squanders it. Ultimately, there's little to care about.

Kingsman is like a high-speed collision between a Jaguar and a jaywalking soccer hooligan. It's ridiculously out of balance, and when you're stuck in the middle, it doesn't seem so funny. If you like really bad pulp fiction, this movie is for you. Otherwise steer clear of it.
Thumbs Down
They had me going with the trailer. An urbane man in a suit beating down a room full of goons. I should have considered that this isn't the first time we've seen 'suit violence', but not in a comic vein, so the juxtaposition occurred to me as something fun and new. Too bad this was just marketing. The film doesn't deliver much on its premise. A super -secret society of gentlemen spies, led by Michael Caine, has lost one of its members, and each remaining Kingsman is supposed to propose a new candidate to train for their ranks. There is something like a coming-of-age story for the main character, 'Eggsy', a young hoodlum mentored by Harry Hart (Colin Firth), who was serving with Eggsy's father when he died. The film focuses on younger characters, so it feels like a movie for young people. The violence is comic-book, and while some people do get sliced in half, the film seems to earn its R rating with language and crudity. The Bond films have always used tongue-in-cheek characters in serious plots, but this film is too ridiculous to be taken seriously when it wants to be.
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.
One of the worst movies I've ever seen
This film glorifies sodomy. It mentions "global warming" as if it's a real thing. It implies strongly that Margaret Thatcher was not a positive political figure. It portrays Christians as lunatics worthy of slaughter. The foul language is so gratuitous that one has to wonder if the filmmakers think it's clever or what point it is they're trying to make by taking that road. There are no heroes or any sort of virtuous characters to latch onto. The plot is full of holes. I could go on, but suffice it to say that this is low-grade filmmaking and a waste of everyone's time. My wife and I both disliked it and wish we had our afternoon back.
The director of 'X-Men: First Class' does not disappoint
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 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.
One Of The Funniest And Most Violent Action Films In Years
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 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.


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:
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.
Blech. So Boring
The Plot.

Based upon the acclaimed comic book and directed by Matthew Vaughn, Kingsman: The Secret Service.

It 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.

I WANTED to like this movie.

But it's derivative, predictable and actually insults your intelligence.

One major problem is that the Brits are trying to make an American movie. Doesn't work. Samuel Jackson is sooooo over exposed. He's in everything.

Tired of him.

Colin Firth is WAY out of his element.

And then there are all the idiotic save the world from global warming rhetoric. Couldn't come up with something unique?

In the end, it's OK. BUt not even good.
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