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
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If your a comedy be a comedy....
I had really high hopes for this movie, I wanted to love it.. but it was just a huge disappointment.. before making the film they should have really sat down and asked themselves is this a comedy, an action film or etc... you can tell they never had this conversation before making the film.. they want to be silly but have graphic violence which is just stupid.. pick an audience.. previews for this film even made it seem like a good family movie..but it's rated R.. why?? why did you need to put all the stupid things in the movie that made the R rating possible.. you have heads that explode into rainbows.. if you made this movie pg-13 i would have watched it again and bought the DVD, and watched the sequel.. but you didn't you made it R for no apparent reason.. and ruined it for me and my family...

Now for the story.. it felt rushed and stupid.. Colin Firths character Cares about the kid, has kept an eye on him his whole life, has the means to help him but never does.. oh but as long as he has a stupid necklace and remembers a stupid saying the help will always be there if he needs it.. seriously.. but I guess if he helped the kid and his family we wouldn't have the mom getting beat sub plot of the criminal background.. which they only hint at but you never really feel like he is a criminal other than stealing the car.. so I'm guessing because he never used the stupid necklace and saying before he was never really a criminal... or a pickpocket like the movie suggests he is.. otherwise he would have used the get out of jail necklace a long time ago... also like every movie the main character needs to make a huge change.. from thug to gentleman.. only he never got the training to act like a gentleman, but that doesn't stop him from acting like one out of nowhere.. did they cut that scene from the movie?? was it a little too Mrs congeniality for a R rated movie?

all in all this movie was just terrible.. graphic violence while trying to make it seem playful and funny can be done.. but you weren't even close.. it seems like Matthew Vaughn has a huge Tarantino crush and he was trying to get his attention by butchering his style..

if you're not a nerd that loves ridiculous violence you won't like this film.. you'll especially hate it if you're a feminist.. or a woman in general.. unless you like women basically being portrayed as whores who's only purpose is to give anal sex after being rescued..
007 meets Kick-Ass
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 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.
Kingsmen....or clown..
Clever slick and all Steed-shiny...but this film, poached from KILL BILL, THE SAINT, INCEPTION, THE AVENGERS, any 60s BOND etc...with added CLOCKWORK ORANGE violence simply shows that Matthew Vaughn is just another vile Tarantino wannabee handed a big budget and excessively indulgently produced a stupid film with set pieces of boring ugly violence. Some scenes, as in the church, are just disgusting, and from that point the interest level wanes. The scenes in the mountain lair are INCEPTION meets ON HER MAJESTYS SECRET SERVICE with absurd and endless killing which ultimately made me feel ill. 30 minutes too long and from a clown copycat director, this film is great initially, for 60 minutes and then irritating and vile for 70 minutes. Yes the damn thing runs 130 minutes. I really did feel sick and exhausted when it finished. I thought it all a shocking waste of production money time and the studio's trust. To show contempt for the audience with such cretinous perverse 'action' and result, the villain even spews on the audience. Then there is the 'hilarious' anal sex joke. The last 70 minutes of this chrome dildo of a movie are truly horrible.
Great Followup to Kick-Ass.
Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014): Dir: Matthew Vaughn / Cast: Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, Taron Egerton, Sophie Cookson, Mark Strong: Matthew Vaughn's lighter followup to Kick-Ass. This one is less graphic yet similar in style and violence. It regards legacy and stars Colin Firth as agent Harry Hart who loses a fellow agent in the film's opening rescue attempt. Guilt ridden, Hart delivers a bravery medal to the agent's widow and infant son. This kid grows up and ends up being recruited as a possible agent through an encounter with Hart. He and several other youths are trained and it comes down to two recruits. Central plot regards an Internet millionaire who implants a SIM card in various individuals that results in outburst of violence. One scene, which occurs inside a hate group church is amongst the best footage Vaughn has ever shot, in its slow motion chaos and theme music. Vaughn's other worthy credits include X-Men: First Class and Stardust. Firth plays it straight as Hart whose appearance in the thick glasses, suit and umbrella denies his true abilities. Samuel L. Jackson dressed in an orange jump suit and cap on backwards steals scenes as this profane outrageous villain with a female sidekick whose legs are blades. Taron Egerton plays the young lead whose struggles merge with surprise when he must take centre stage when chaos threatens. Sophie Cookson as agent Roxy is fetching but underwritten. Mark Strong is featured from Kick-Ass but doesn't elevate beyond the standard role. Theme is identity and taking the secret agent clichés to a harrowing climax that does this inventive visual comedy tremendous service. Score: 8 ½ / 10
Fun Stuff!!
Some of the reviews on here confuse me… I'll never understand how people walk into a rated R movie and then walk out whining about all the things that make it rated R. It's like intentionally holding your hand over a fire and then complaining that you got burnt.

Did the plot have holes? Yes… but I don't think I've seen a review on this site about any movie that didn't at least have one person saying a movie had plot holes. Was the movie violent with vulgar language and offensive topics? Yes… it better $%#%in be!! I paid for rated R.

Sometimes movies aren't made to win awards, make you think or be realistic. Sometimes mindless is good. Sometimes they're just made to be fun and the bottom line is… this movie is FUN!

If I had one complaint it's that much of the movie looks like it was filmed with 3D in mind but it wasn't released in 3D and that my friends… is a shame.
Found this to be really awful
Sorry, will receive lots of grief for this no doubt. As a huge Bond fan, I loved the concept of the movie. Colin Firth fantastic in this role, Michael Caine great as usual, loved Mark Strong's character but was really turned off by so much of this movie.

The actor playing the kid I found to have no real charm in his role or acting ability, forgettable performance to me. I wish him the best but not sure he is really going anywhere.

I found the scene of the agents being told to shoot their dog to be creepy. Yes I know it's a fantasy story but is was disturbing. Not to mention shooting a blank at close range would severely injure or kill the dog anyway which made the scene even more stupid to me.

The scene where Galahad shoots, stabs and slaughters 79 people in the church was just over the top hyper violence and regardless that the church goers were supposed to be Westboro type fanatics, everyday people including women being relentlessly shot in the head for several minutes straight was a turn off. I have no problem for movie violence even when it's campy. In fact I like it when it's needed for the story. But this was in awful taste.

I thought it was stupid that Galahad, the most interesting character in the movie is suddenly and unexpectedly shot in the head and killed. After that I knew the rest of the movie relied on the kid agent to carry the story. What started as mediocre took a real dive for me after that. I have little interest in a sequel without Colin Firth as Galahad.

The scene where the mother's chip activates and she begins hacking the bathroom door apart in order to slaughter her two year old daughter sitting in a stroller to be disturbing, not funny or clever at all. When Jack Nicholson hacks a door apart with an axe, it made sense given the quality build up of character beforehand. This was poorly thought out implied violence on a child and that scene could easily have been left out with no impact on the rest of the movie. Leave that type of scene to cheesy low budget horror movies.

The scene where hundreds of people's heads explode like fireworks to glorious symphonic soundtrack was not funny. Just stupid, gory and overly violent. And this coming from someone that enjoys movie violence as much as the next person when the story behind it has quality.

I'm more than exhausted of Samuel L. Jackson taking any script handed to him and essentially being the same persona in every role he takes except this time we get to hear him use his typical profanity with a lisp. Personally I was annoyed every time he appeared on screen.

The meaningless short bit about the Swedish princess in the cell offering buttsex in exchange for saving the world was really weird and trashy. Did a 14 year old boy write that part of the script? Because that's the kind of humor that was. And then the quick pan down shot of her rear end as she greets him in the cell patiently presenting her back field waiting to be plowed, seems to me it revealed a little more on camera than her butt cheeks. Was not expecting to actually catch a glimpse of was about to be pleasurably assaulted by the hero of the movie.

This movie's R rating is well justified over what I thought was unnecessary gratuitous hyper violence and blatant sexual content that seemed designed only to cheaply shock the viewer and not really enhance the story. What was an interesting story I thought became really stupid and poorly executed to me. Some movies produce low performance and popularity even when they are very good movies. Often times because they are not dumbed down enough for average viewers being expected to think about the story. This movie however in my opinion deserved it's lack luster box office numbers.
Kingsman: The Secret Service
Kingsman: The Secret Service

What a dreadful film, I cannot believe 20th Century Fox put money into this crap...what on earth were they thinking?? Jane Goldman's brilliant writing in Kick Ass 1 & 2 is definitely not echoed here in any way, shape or form...unbelievable! What were Colin Firth & Michael Caine thinking of appearing in this epic fail??? Matthew Vaughan is much, much better than this...

I was absolutely gob-smacked just sitting there watching it with its gratuitous cartoon violence with unnecessary stabbings, etc Probably one of the worst films I have seen in the past 20 years
If you doubt that movies today are made for adolescent boys...
If you doubt that movies today are largely made for adolescent boys (or men who still think like them) then you haven't seen Kingsman: The Secret Service.

And the fact that this film did well at the box office makes me think that the Samuel L. Jackson character, Richmond Valentine, is right about humanity's bleak prospects.

I feel dumber for having seen Kingsman. In particular there is a lecherous- even predatory- interaction at the very end between the lead character "Eggsy" and a Scandinavian princess that is a gratuitous contrivance to denigrate and sexualize a relatively strong female character.

The message in this movie is that the world can only be saved by wealthy white men who have avoided the estate tax and that the true evildoers are those who believe in climate change....oh, and Barack Obama's head explodes - all of which kind of torpedoes the notion of liberal Hollywood.

The film has a promising start in the direction of James Bond for the 8-second attention-span world. Initially the action is so silly and over the top and the characters so absurdly two-dimensional that it's hard to take it as more than mindless popcorn fun.

There's also some witty dialog between Colin Firth's Galahad and Sam Jackson's Valentine that menacingly send up traditional spy-movie tropes. A few bracingly cold-hearted twists occur during the new-agents' training that let you know the movie will not be trafficking in many feel-good clichés.

But then Kingsman devolves into an unimaginative morass of dehumanization and schlock and eventually the film becomes little more than a first-person-shooter video game. Literally, there is a scene in the film's climax where the action briefly switches to Eggsy's perspective as he runs down a corridor shooting henchmen that is indistinguishable from a commercial for a combat shooter video game.

Firth and Jackson are likable. Michael Caine is- well Michael Caine being an Englishman. As Eggsy, Taron Egerton is entirely interchangeable with any other young actor and equally as forgettable.

I have often thought that Hollywood serves as a pretty good counter-argument to the notion of free markets naturally producing the highest quality to meet the public's demand. That Kingsman: Secret Service did well at the Box Office and will no doubt spawn bigger, louder, dumber, more violent and retrograde sequels only serves as a depressing reminder that crap sells and sells well.
The graphically sexual ending was unwelcome
The sexual ending was completely out of phase with the whole tone and spirit of the movie up to that point ....I'm not a prude but it was just gratuitously tawdry, brought a so-so action flick down to completely 'un-recommendable' ... I was uncomfortable for half the people and families in the audience.

I think it probably stifled word of mouth recommendations, this is not a movie a guy could bring a decent girl to , to say nothing about bringing a family ..... and really it had nothing what-so-ever to do with anything that had happened prior, it was a graphic bit that just really felt out of place and I don't see any of popular movie sites mentioning it.
Daring Fun with the potential of becoming Iconic
#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 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.
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