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Kick-Ass (Three-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo + Digital Copy) (2010)

Aaron Taylor-Johnson , Christopher Mintz-Plasse , Matthew Vaughn  |  R |  Blu-ray
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  • Actors: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Mark Strong, ChloŽ Grace Moretz, Omari Hardwick
  • Directors: Matthew Vaughn
  • Writers: Matthew Vaughn, Jane Goldman, Mark Millar, John S. Romita Jr.
  • Producers: Matthew Vaughn, Brad Pitt, Kris Thykier, Adam Bohling, Tarquin Pack
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: August 3, 2010
  • Run Time: 117 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (909 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002ZG9846
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,888 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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DISC 1:
Ass-Kicking BonusView™ Mode
Matthew Vaughn Audio Commentary
A New Kind of Superhero: The Making of KICK-ASS. In four chapters: 1) Pushing Boundaries; 2) Let’s Shoot This F*****! 3) Tempting Fate; 4) All Fired Up!
It’s On! The Comic Book Origin of KICK-ASS
The Art of KICK-ASS
Marketing Archive
BD Touch™ and Metamenu® Remote Enabled for iPhone®/iPod®/iPad® Interactivity
D-Box Metadata Track to Connect to D-Box Motion-Based Systems
Lionsgate Live™ – BD-Live menu system that lets you access exclusive content, special offers, ringtones, and more!

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DISC 3:
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“How come nobody’s ever tried to be a superhero?” When Dave Lizewski – ordinary New York teenager and rabid comic-book geek – dons a green-and-yellow Internet-bought wetsuit to become the no-nonsense vigilante Kick-Ass, he soon finds an answer to his own question: because it hurts. But, over coming all the odds, the eager yet inexperienced Dave quickly becomes a phenomenon, capturing the imagination of the public. However, he’s not the only superhero out there – the fearless and highly trained father-daughter crime-fighting duo, Big Daddy and Hit-Girl, have been slowly but surely taking down the criminal empire of local mafioso Frank D’Amico. And, as Kick-Ass gets drawn into their no-holds-barred world of bullets and bloodletting with Frank’s son Chris, now reborn as Kick-Ass’s arch-nemesis Red Mist, the stage is set for a final showdown between the forces of good and evil, in which the DIY hero will have to live up to his name. Or die trying…

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The cinematic equivalent of a half case of Red Bull chased with donuts, Kick-Ass is a giddy, violent experience--and not your average superhero movie. Based on the comic book by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr., it offers a set of heroes who are decidedly without superpowers: Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson) decides he'll be just like a comic-book character, and puts on a ridiculous green suit to fight crime as the mysterious Kick-Ass. Luckily, somebody else had the same idea and comes along to rescue the incompetent crusader: Big Daddy (Nicolas Cage) and his daughter Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz), who also happen to be running around town wearing masks and vanquishing evil. And here we have the movie's masterstroke: Hit Girl, a pint-sized preteen who slaughters bad guys and swears like a sailor on leave (and was the focus of a measure of controversy when the movie was released). The main target of our heroes is a gangster (Mark Strong, Sherlock Holmes), whose neglected son (Christopher Mintz-Plasse, McLovin from Superbad) figures he might just pull on a costume himself and become… Red Mist! (One of the many funny things about Kick-Ass is that the superhero names are hopelessly lame.) Director Matthew Vaughn is operating at the same glib level as his Layer Cake, with cutesy song cues galore and a freewheeling appetite for cartoon violence. This means the movie's high wears off quickly, but it does get high--a crazy, hilarious (and by the way: decidedly R-rated) kick. All that, plus Nicolas Cage executes a deadly Adam West imitation when he pulls on his cape and cowl. That's entertainment. --Robert Horton

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241 of 264 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I want to adopt Hit-Girl April 17, 2010
Format:Blu-ray
What a wacky movie this is. When I first saw the previews, I thought this Kick-Ass was going to be aimed at kids and teens. Boy was I way off, because it earns it's R rating many times over. I really had no intention of seeing this film until I saw the very positive reviews flowing in from the critics. Not that I always agree with them, but in this case I would like to thank them for getting my butt down to the local theater today.

Parts of the movie reminded me of Watchmen. You have everyday people who are sick of bad things happening to good people, decide to put on costumes, have funny hero names, and then beat and cut apart the bad guys in a not so nice way. I actually thought it was rather tame in the gore department, compared to what I read about beforehand, but the violence and language is way too strong for kids.

The acting is good from everyone. I liked newcomer Aaron Johnson as Kick-Ass himself. Nicolas Cage turns in one of his better performaces in a long time, though I think he was great in an over-the-top kind of way in The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans. Christopher Mintz-Plasse is still doing his McLovin thing in every movie since Superbad, but it worked again. Mark Strong is kind of one note as the villain, like in Sherlock Holmes, but I think he's a little better in this role. The real star of the show is little 11-year-old, Chloe Moretz, as Hit-Girl. She is clearly the most memorable thing in a movie with a bunch of stuff worth remembering. As the daughter of Cage's Big Daddy hero, she spews out bad language, slices and shoots baddies by the dozens, and loves her daddy. I want one of my own.

Kick-Ass is serious in tone most of the time, but there are some killer comedy bits and lines that had the whole theater erupting with laughter.
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134 of 150 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of a few movies I've paid to see twice. May 25, 2010
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Just like the rest of you, I went into the theater knowing not a whole lot about this movie. I thought it would be lame, cheesy, corny, *insert adjective here*. But, I was DEAD wrong to say the least. Kick-Ass combines action, comedy, and emotion, all at the right times. The movie flows well mainly because the cast jives so well together. I have yet to come out of a movie theater so pumped and wanting more than after I came out of Kick-ass

Aaron Johnson (Kick-Ass)- I didn't realize he was a British actor until I heard a voice clip from an interview. You sure can't tell from the movie. He plays a great nerdy type kid. But what separates him from actors like Michael Cera is that he actually grew some balls and decided to stand up to crime. He does a great job as the lead actor in the first half of the movie, but quickly gets overshadowed by young dynamo, Chloe Moretz

Nicholas Cage (Big Daddy)- In my eyes, he redeemed himself for movies like Ghost Rider and Knowing. He was amazing. His character was totally believable and I sure enjoyed his Adam West mannerisms. He also did his fair share of ass kicking. His relationship with his daughter, Hit-Girl, brought hilarity and the emotion that I mentioned earlier to this movie.

Lyndsey Fonseca (Katie Deauxma)- Hadn't seen her in a movie before. She is very beautiful and will be looking forward to seeing her in the sequel.

Chris Mintz-Plasse (Red Mist)- As much as I don't want to say it, Chris is out growing his McLovin' character. He, like Kick-Ass, plays a slightly awkward superhero with no powers. He fills his part well and has plenty of laugh out loud lines.

And, the best for last:

Chloe Moretz (Hit-Girl)- I honestly don't even know where to start with this girl.
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117 of 137 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brutal, disturbing, and hilarious! April 16, 2010
By Shopper
Format:DVD
The film is based on a comic book by the same name. The rights to the story were sold before the book was even published (it debuted only eight weeks before the film):

A teenage boy decides to take a stand for justice. He dons a green scuba costume and names himself Kick-Ass. However, not having any actual superpowers, this hero's good intentions quickly land him in an ICU. Eventually though, Kick-Ass crosses paths with a couple of far more effective (a.k.a. deadly) heroes: Big Daddy, a former cop falsely convicted of drug trafficking, and Hit-Girl, his eleven year old daughter. Big Daddy has spent the past six years training his little girl in all forms of mortal combat, hoping she would help him revenge her mother's death and her father's fall from grace, orchestrated by a local Mafia Boss. Enter blood, gore, and plenty of belly laughs...

Let me get straight to the point: yes, the film was funny and highly entertaining. However, initially I felt uneasy laughing at an eleven year old girl determinedly slaughtering a roomful of men, even if they were rotten to the core and disserving of every bullet and of every knife wound. But then, I remembered what I was like at that age: it was the early 80's. My favourite toys were a silver colt revolver and a sword. Depending on my mood, I would pretend to be a cowboy taking on a bunch of wild Indians, or a Jedi disarming (literally) Darth Vader and his evil cohorts. So, if any of you want to believe that little girls' minds are all about sugar and spice, well... good luck with that (by the way, I managed to grow into adulthood WITHOUT slipping into drugs and/or alcohol, and no, I was not a teenage mother).
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What's the point of a DVD/Blu-Ray combo?
I would say that, for the people who don't own a Blu-Ray player yet, it's a way to buy movies you can watch now on DVD and then not have to re-purchase to upgrade their collection when/if they eventually buy a Blu-Ray player. I know that when I bought my Blu-Ray player back in November, there... Read More
Aug 2, 2010 by Greg Prather |  See all 28 posts
Does this blu ray include the 18 min extra deleted scenes?
this seems the case when a first release of a movie see the light and months later come the trick to rack more money releasing a "director's cut" or "ultimate extended" whatever.
Jun 15, 2010 by JCF |  See all 5 posts
Problems Playing Kick-Ass Blu-ray on PS3 With The Latest Firmware 3.41
I have an Onkyo DV-BD507. My disk would get 3/4 of the way though coloring the loading picture and freeze. After reading these posts I stuck a 4 gig sd card in and formatted it. Had to tell it I wanted to boot from the sd care for it to allow me to format the disk. After that the disk loads... Read More
Dec 29, 2010 by Kevin J. Peirson |  See all 22 posts
IS the digital copy for PSP?
Not unless you can play iTunes digital copies in the PSP.
Aug 24, 2010 by Watcher |  See all 3 posts
First come first serve - video on demand $4 code
They can only work for your own account, I've tried that before. Too bad.
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