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Kick-Ass 2 (Extended) 2013 R CC

Kick-Ass & Hit Girl team up to defeat an evil league of super-villains led by the former Red Mist. Stay tuned after the credits for an additional 12 minutes of extra footage.

Starring:
Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Garrett M. Brown
Runtime:
1 hour, 58 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Action, Comedy
Director Matthew Vaughn
Starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Garrett M. Brown
Supporting actors Evan Peters, Deborah Twiss, Lyndsy Fonseca, Sophie Wu, Elizabeth McGovern, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Stu 'Large' Riley, Johnny Hopkins, Ohene Cornelius, Mark Strong, Michael Rispoli, Corey Johnson, Kenneth Simmons, Anthony Desio, Carlos Besse Peres, Randall Batinkoff, Dexter Fletcher, Clark Duke
Studio Universal Pictures
MPAA rating R (Restricted)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By B. K. Lim on September 6, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
After hearing all the negative comments about this movie I was hesitant to go to the Theater and watch this film. I enjoyed Kick Ass a lot so I dragged myself to go see Kick Ass 2....And I'm Glad I did! I'm sure everyone has their own reasons for disliking this movie but I thought it was Great. The characters are older and let me just say this..Hit Girl is AWESOME! She's my favorite character and Kick Ass has been working out!! He looks Great, too. I'm not a big Jim Carrey Fan but he did very well in this role. I'm not sure which Kick Ass movie I like better? But, I own the first one and I'm definitely going to own the second one. I can't wait for Kick Ass 3, The Final Installment to see where all this ends? As long as Hit Girl and Kick Ass stay alive it's all good.
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By SonoT_T on February 26, 2014
Format: Amazon Video Verified Purchase
So if you watched Kick-Ass 1, there was a sense of silly absurdity to it that made you laugh even though it was, well, silly. Kick Ass 2 takes place a few years later. You still have this underline plot of good regular people being "super heros," but there was a lot going on in the plot. The film just didn't know what it wanted to be; a teenage mean girls plot, revenge, absurd Quintin Terintino style violence. I totally saw what they were trying to do, but really failed. Anyway, its worth wasting a sunday night watching, but nothing really memorable or not worthy like the first one. The only saving grace was Hit Girl, played by Chloë Grace Moretz, she was great, and would totally want to watch a "Hit Girl" movie.
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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Ok, is it a dark comedy, an action flick, a super hero flick?? Its all of the above really. There is nothing more pleasing in a movie then vigilante behavior especially when its the bad guys that are getting their just punishment. I have to say i love Hit Girl. He sarcasm and toughness is a hoot, that girl can kick some ass! A fun sequel
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Format: Blu-ray
Comics Books, Graphic Novels and more are coming to life it seems like once a month these days. In this sequel, "Kick Ass 2" written and directed by Jeff Wadlow (Never Back Down, Cry Wolf) this film picks up were the first film left you with a newly banded `super hero' team of basically regular people fed up with the US Justice system, which is made up of kids and and vigilantes banded together to protect their city.

The super hero `Kick Ass' is back with more motivation than ever to be as good as his best super hero friend (Hit Girl) and is again performed by Aaron-Taylor Johnson (Savage, The Illusionist) who does a great job of showing his angst, ambition and eventual confusion at a major crisis that is forced upon him. His father played by Steven Mackintosh (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, Underworld: Evolution) tries to convince him, with a lot of passion and conviction, of doing the right thing but it all eventually leads to one of them making the ultimate sacrifice.

Chloe Grace Moretz (500 Days of Summer, Hugo) is back as Hit Girl and with the death of her father in the last film and he dilemma with living with her father ex-partner, now her guardian played by Morris Chestnut (Identity Theft, Boyz N The Hood), she is torn between being the person she is - Hit Girl - or the person everyone thinks she should be. Chloe is amazing to watch both as herself and as `Hit Girl'. She could be an X-Men if you ask me!

And of course you good guys like Clark Duke (Hot Tub, Greek) playing Marty (whose alter ego is `Battle Guy'), Augustus Prew (Charlie St. Cloud, About A Boy) as Todd (whose alter ego is `Ass Kicker') and Donald Faison (Scrubs, Remember The Titans) as `Dr. Gravity' banding together with `Colonel Stars and Stripes'.
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The first Kick-Ass film was an odd take on the superhero genre with enough grit, humor and action to make it stand out. With all that was going for it there were a few hiccups in my opinion. Kick-Ass 2 does a lot to rectify that. It's a worthy sequel with about the same amount of violence, comedy and crazy choreography as the last film. This time it also has an added level of depth and, dare I say, restraint in the right places that make this film sit better than the previous film. You are still getting the same movie... only more refined.

Movie takes place maybe a few years after Kick-Ass. Dave retired as a superhero, but lots of other costumed heroes have popped up inspired by him. He gets restless not being out there fighting crime so he trains with Hit-Girl so they can eventually become a duo. Mindy (Hit-Girl) has to bow out of crime fighting so Kick-Ass joins a team of vigilantes called Justice Forever. In the meantime Red Mist from the previous film becomes a supervillain to avenge his father's death and creates his own team determined to hunt down Kick-Ass and make him pay. This synopsis glosses over a lot of sub-plots and other various details in Kick-Ass 2. This film actually has quite a full storyline.

Kick-Ass 2 has a number of things that make it stand out from the previous film. First off the story has a lot more happening in it. There is a lot more depth than you saw before. Mindy is growing up, and trying to fit in with a whole new way of life. Dave is learning there is more to being a superhero than he assumed. This film has a lot more happening in the background, and in much greater detail. This level of added dimension to a number of characters give this flick a more mature feel to it, and balances out the mayhem that comes along being a Kick-Ass movie.
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