“The Kingsman: Secret Service” is a movie adaptation of a graphic novel entitled, “The Secret Service,” written by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.
The film was directed by Matthew Vaughn, who also directed, “Kickass” and “X-Men First Class”. He once again shows audiences why his translation from comics to the big screen is unlike any other.
The films secret agents, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Taron Egerton and Michael Caine, were able to capture the perfect ensemble of slick and smooth agents who were all able to get the mission accomplished. Though Samuel L. Jackson’s portrayal of the super villain didn’t exactly fit into the equation. While Samuel L. Jackson’s character had a unique master plan and added a sense of humor to the typical James Bond-esq villain, his accent and speech impediment was often distracting. It took away the character’s ability to be taken seriously.
Overall the film was fun from start to finish and the action sequences were spot on with amazing special effects and choreography. This depicts a secret service that may actually be out there, but the world will never know.
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