Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie Review: Rating: 3.5 / 5 stars (three and a half stars)
Featured actors: Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Channing Tatum, Pedro Pascal, Edward Holcroft
Director: Matthew Vaughn
What is good: Stylishly choreographed action sequences, the chemistry between all the Kingsmen, precise writing.
What’s wrong : Some trailing portions, but each of them is covered with a trendy gift wrap.
Toilet break: Come with a light stomach! You pee every day, but you may not have the chance to witness such action regularly (unless you are the link)
Watch or not? : This is porn for action lovers! Others try too because even if you don’t like the story you will be blown away by the visuals.
The story begins with Eggsy (Taron Egerton), who no longer has puberty, who is no longer in her egg. There has rarely been a case where you aren’t even a minute in the movie, and, bham! You have been blessed with a breathtaking action scene. Eggsy meets his former Kingsman employee who has now turned badly into Charlie Hesketh (Edward Holcroft). Their fight lays the foundation for the movie and you know it’s going to be incredibly mind-blowing. We are introduced to a brand new Poppy Land run by Ms. Poppy (Julianne Moore). She’s that kind of psychopath that we saw on the Sherlock TV series.
The creators don’t take much time to reveal why the Kingsmen are fighting for their pride. Also offering us Statesman, a whole different organization working on the same lines as Kingsman. Now they both have to shake hands to break the spine, one of the biggest threats to humanity. Meeting tequila (Channing Tatum), whiskey (Pedro Pascal) and champagne aka Champ (Jeff Bridges) is part of an amazing mission the makers take us into the movie.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie Review: Script Analysis
Upon the release of Kingsman: The Secret Service, Matthew Vaughn described the film as a love letter to the old Bond films. With it, he managed to accomplish this task. It’s a spectacular ode to all Bond films. Yes! It’s a huge statement to make, but it touches on an extreme level of style that many unrelated movies have missed.
From robotic dogs to electric lassoing rope fights, from aerial cart action sequences to minefield leaks – this movie conquers it all. Yes! There are exaggerated moments but once you’re in the scene you don’t want to come out. There’s also his fair share of a man killing 20 henchmen, but you never feel like “Oh! It’s boring. You want to bow to the creators as to how they convince you that such a world exists. Being located in real time, it’s an adrenaline pumping fantasy.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie Review: Star Performance
Taron Egerton was aptly named Agent Galahead (who was Colin Firth’s alias in the prequel). He takes the front seat in this one. Killing henchmen with his moves and girls with his charm, Taron is a frame one winner. Going from an underdog to a grown-up Kingsman, Taron reaches new heights in the sequel. Fans of Part 1 should remember how our Uncle Valentine (Samuel Jackson) shot our favorite Harry Hart (Colin Firth) in the face. But, he’s back! How? ‘Or’ What? Keep a few items to improve your guessing game. (Fan warning: he’s doing fine in this one though.)
Edward Holcroft as Charlie was underused as a villain, he could have nailed more badass streaks. Juliane Moore as Mrs. Poppy is perfect and MAN she is still so sexy at 56 years old. Our very own Javier Pena from Narcos & Oberyn Martell from Game Of Thrones, Pedro Pascal, is that elegant sniper and roping fighter in this one. Its presence eliminates all synonyms of style to describe its performance. He saw his character at T.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie Review: Direction, Music
Matthew Vaughn kicks ass with Kingsman: The Golden Circle (See what I did?) He’s not just a simple director in this one, he’s a choreographer. He doesn’t just direct the scenes, he choreographs them. Excellent writing and outstanding performance help her create a package that is worth people’s money. Introducing so many characters and not mixing any of them is another such achievement in the film.
After composing magic in Kong: Skull Island, Matthew’s favorite Henry Jackman is at the top of his game in Kingsman: The Golden Circle. The sheet music complements each sequence so well, which also makes it a feast for the ears.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle: The Last Word Movie Review
Kingsman: The Golden Circle redefines style. Personally, I can’t remember when was the last time I saw such suave, sexy, and smooth footage in a movie. IMAX comes highly recommended, but if you can’t access it, check out the best movie theater available near you. Miss it, but don’t watch it on your cell phones. Enjoy this amazing cinematic experience only in the movie theater.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie Trailer
Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie released on September 22, 2017.
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