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Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)

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Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)


Colin Firth
Samuel L. Jackson
Mark Strong
Taron Egerton
Michael Caine

Directed by Matthew Vaughn

Spending time watching Kingsman: The Secret Service can be seen as a colossal mistake because many scenes in the movie were just off and the whole James Bond rip-off can be a turn off to many, but Kingsman was totally fun to watch, you must see it.

The movie keeps you guessing on what the villain is about, we know he is the bad guy, but what the hell is he up to. The movie's intense violence (especially at the church scene) is captivating. Some can see it as a way to fill up scenes, but to me the movie's violence was fun to watch and the choreographed fights were memorable.

Based on The Secret Service by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons which was first published in 2012, the movie introduces our leads as they try to foil a Middle East attack. A death led to the introduction of Eggsy, Harry Hart (Colin Firth) who amongst a few drafts has to prove themselves worthy to be part of the Kingsman Secret Service. Kingsman is a secret service that functions independently from the government and any form of political ambition.

A certain Professor James Arnold was kidnapped by billionaire Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson), in an attempt to save his life, one of Hart's compatriots, "Lancelot," gets killed by Valentine's henchwoman Gazelle.

The secret service are now trying to investigate what Valentine is up to with this professor, and around the world many popular people and celebrities are going missing. Valentine goes one step further in his plot by releasing a sim card, which gives the user free internet and free calls.

The Kingsman group must find a way to stop Valentine, while having to deal with a mole in their organization.

Spoiler Alert
Colin Firth's death in the movie was painful and shocking. It added to the fun though, but when you see a movie like this with an aching for a part two and even a possible part three, the death of one of the main actors and the coolest guy in the film makes you wish the writers thought ahead.

But if there is going to be a part 2 and they make up something to bring him back to life, it is forgivable no matter how crazy or silly it may be.

If you have not been able to see this financial success, and one of the best movies of last year, please take a bow from reading this and go see the movie.


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