REVIEW: ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’
Wonder on what movies to see this weekend? Need to see some good old British action?
Kingsman: The Secret Service may just be the film you need!
Kingsmen: The Secret Service, is a British spy-action comedy directed by Matthew Vaughn based on the comic book series; “The Secret Service” written by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar.
The plot of the film is about a young street kid being recruited into a secret agency known as “The Kingsman.” You may wonder “What made him qualify?” or “What does the organization need him for?” Well, that’s what a review is for, to urge you to see it.
This film’s cast includes many known actors such as Colin Firth, Samuel Jackson, Michael, Caine Taron Egerton, and Sofia Boutella. This film in the beginning has the classic James Bond vibe to it with British spies, and a unique villain (who seems to always have some henchman with some odd, but notable feature).
It’s clever, humorous, action packed, and certainly keeps the audience’s attention. That being said, after the second half of the film, it takes some turns that seemed to have been made to appeal to the typical lewd young adult.
In my opinion, this movie is only halfway decent. My personal score of 75/100. Take warn that this film is rated R, has strong language, violence and slight blood!
Need a touch of British humor in your life? Come see Kingsmen: The Secret Service.