Friday, 10 April 2015

Kingsman: The Secret Service Movie Review


Kingsman: The Secret Service (R)

Length:- 2 hrs. 8 min.

Review
Mathew Vaughn who earlier directed "X-Men:First Class" has come up with something similar in "Kingsman:The Secret Service". As clear from the name and tagline it's a story about a secret service which is barely known to anyone.Similar to his last movie Vaughn tries to bring a class and charming beauty the intellectually designed  high tech action sequences. The plot is creative and way more different than what we saw in some other spy movies.At some places it may seem a bit similar but believe me there are differences. The film starts smarty and ends in charismatic way.


We always have something unpredictable up until the end.I never found James bond movies an interesting affair. The only good James Bond movie I saw was "Skyfall". This is loosely based on a comic book from Mark Miller and Dave Gibbons by the name "Kingsman". Eggsy (Taron Egerton) is a young boy ho has lost his father  while his mother is tortured by his stepfather. Kingsman Agent Hary Hart (Colin Firth) saves him multiple times ranging from his stepfather to some vagabond. Hary offers him to join Kingsman and become like his father.

When I saw the trailer of this film I though that this movie would be a little cartoonist. something similar to "Wanted" which ultimately turns out to be a disappointment.But Kingsman may be a different experience. I must saw Egerton looks nice in climax and played his part nicely as well.It's a family entertainer which definitely deserves a watch. 



Verdict:- Pretty Good

Ratings:- 3.5 / 5 Stars


Kingsman: The Secret Service Movie Official Trailer


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