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Language: English
Runtime: 129 min
Subtitles: French
Resolution: 720×480
Frame Rate: 29.9 fps
Video Bitrate: 5428 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 320 kbps

Year: 2014
Genres: Action, Adventure, Comedy
Director: Matthew Vaughn
Starring: Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Samuel L. Jackson

Review: Im going to be honest about this: I like unabashedly violent action films. Im 42 years old, Im from Texas and I can take it. Growing up with films like Rambo, Die Hard, The Terminator and Robocop, I cant 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 Vaughns 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 thats 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 dont 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 cant 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 its 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 youre 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.EDIT:P.S. I recently stumbled upon an article on the importance of R rated movies. If youre a film fan (especially of films that dont cater to teenagers), you might find it as enlightening as I have:www.the-fanboy-perspective.com/the-importance-of-the-r-rating.html


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