Kingsman: The Golden Circle(2017)
A proper spy movie.
Taron Egerton and Mark Strong return to their roles in the sequel to 2014's spy action comedy Kingsman: The Secret Service. Co-stars Julianne Moore, Channing Tatum, Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry and Colin Firth.... More
When the Kingsman headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, Eggsy (Egerton) discovers an allied spy organisation in the US called Statesman. In a new adventure that tests their agents’ strength and wits to the limit, these two elite secret organisations band together to defeat a ruthless common enemy in order to save the world - something that’s becoming a bit of a habit for Eggsy…Hide
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BY Steve Newall Flicks Writer
Managing to be even more ridiculous than its predecessor, Kingsman: The Golden Circle sadly lacks the surprise factor of Matthew Vaughn’s 2014 breath of fresh (sometimes wonderfully foul) air. Unable to repeat the apprenticeship aspect of The Secret Service, its sequel kicks off with formerly-wayward youth Eggsy now a fully-fledged Kingsman agent, and attempts to fill the void left by a relatable underdog tale with overstuffed trans-Atlantic adventure. Uniformly enjoyable viewing, if seldom truly thrilling, the gags come at a clip, Vaughn’s action sequences remain distinctively staged, and callbacks to the prior installment earn solid chuckles.... More
Once again employing an unconventional supervillain, both in terms of their motives being borderline rational, and in the casting of unlikely actors, The Golden Circle unfortunately doesn’t give smiling baddie Julianne Moore nearly enough to do, certainly not when it comes to stepping into the shoes of Samuel L. Jackson. Most notably, there’s insufficient screen time spent opposite the film’s heroes, but then the film is already busy enough (across two hours and 20 minutes) in drastically expanding Kingsman mythology with a host of American characters and catching up on rivalries and friendships from the previous installment.
At times, The Golden Circle veers closer to Austin Powers territory - not meant as a compliment - than its predecessor, thanks to silliness and a certain celeb cameo, but like the film’s gags that don’t hit, or relatively unengaging narrative, it may stumble but never entirely loses its footing. There’s always another quip or scrap around the corner, as well as unexpected subtleties amongst the OTT - how Eggsy’s romantic relationship clashes with the sort of seduction super-spies are known to engage in, for instance. Judged against a typical big budget sequel, The Golden Circle is excellent - but by the standards of the first film, it’s merely enjoyable.Hide
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BY adeej superstar
I was keen to see this film as I really enjoyed ‘Kingsman: The Secret Service”. Unfortunately, I was disappointed. I think they took the idea too far in this film. It’s incredibly far-fetched, but it wasn’t too difficultto suspend reality and focus on the scenario. Unfortunately, the scenario was utterly ludicrous. There were some great moments (e.g. the land mine scene), but I found the gore and gratuitous violence just too much this time.
BY fantasypants nobody
This movie is sh1t. It's really sh1t. I had zero expectations, but it is really, really bad. In fact, the only remotely enjoyable part was when an old guy sh1t his pants - that's right - A joke about sh1t. If I could rate this film any lower, I would. Don't see it. It's sh1t.
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