Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle
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- Director: Matthew Vaughn
- Writers: Jane Goldman, Matthew Vaughn, Mark Millar, Dave Gibbons
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
DVD + Digital HD with Ultrav Blu-ray
When an attack on the Kingsman headquarters takes place and a new villain rises, Eggsy and Merlin are forced to work together with the American agency Statesman to save the world.
- Starring: Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Halle Berry, Pedro Pascal
Kingsman: The Secret Service introduced the world to Kingsman. In Kingsman: The Golden Circle, our heroes face a new challenge when their headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage.
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The whole storyline with the statesman didn't seem necessary. I feel like the movie would've been better served by just telling another kingsman story. Even the Stateman's codenames didn't make sense. Kingsman are named after knights and wizards -- the King's men. Why in the heck would the statemen not be named after states or Presidents? Champ should be DC, and the rest names like Montana and Texas, etc. Instead they're named after products related to their cover business - alcohol. By that logic, you'd expect the Kingsmen to be named things like "Vest", "Jacket" and "Socks". Remember, their cover is being tailors but who cares. That isn't what their code names are based on so it kept distracting em that the statesmen where all named after things, as opposed to Presidents, cities or states. or American heros.
Oh well, so this movie was still better than "okay" but just a let down from such an awesome first movie and franchise starter. Hope this helps!
The 4K quality is amazing as well, even though it isn't true 4K.
1. Suspend expectation of realism.
2. Not be easily offended.
3. Not have high expectations.
4. Be in the mood for something mindless.
Can you do all of those things? If not, don't watch this movie. If you're in the mood for something entirely pop-corny and stupid, go ahead. I knew on the front end this was going to be silly. The previews showed an electrified whip, for God's sake, and Harry makes a reappearance after being shot in the head. So, if you can't get over the "that's so fake" aspect of the movie, don't watch it. Pierce Brosnan's James Bond had an invisible car...the difference is they were being serious. I have to think that the actors and directors are in on the joke here.
Gentle snowflakes (yes, I'm talking to you on the right-leaning political spectrum as well), if you're offended by stupid portrayals of stereotypes or the F-word, don't watch it. Yes, they swear. Yes, you need to get over it. Yes, the American Analogue to the Kingsman takes American Stereotypes and cranks them to 11...I'm American and being in possession of a sense of humor, I just giggled a little bit at the rediculousness of it all. As I'm sure the English did at the notion that an English superspy would prefer an umbrella to a machine gun in the first one. OF COURSE THE BASEBALL IS A GRENADE. Because of course.
It's a sequel, so don't have high expectations. Why would you? If you do, you haven't been watching movies very long.
Finally, everybody needs a mindless, stupid movie every now and again. If your movie-going experience is left unfulfilled in the absence of a Daniel Day-Lewis method acting extravaganza, and anything short of that deserves a 1 star rating, you should skip this.
Personally, I liked that they leaned into the absurdity and blatant unrealistic nature of the whole thing. The Fast and Furious franchise made over a billion dollars doing the same thing. I took off one star because, while the whole thing was silly and stupid, Channing Tatum's accent needs a little work. If you're having mindless fun, you might as well do it right.