The Golden Circle Safety Dance Trailer — Kingsman

Viernes, 22 Set, 2017

It would be an amazing time, but with so much happening so fast, what would the real, lasting memory be?

Yet, at several points in this film, I found myself laughing at the dirty jokes and dark humour.

"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" is undeniably a crowd-pleaser. In terms of stylish action, the film immediately hooks us in with its opening car pursuit in which Eggsy (Taron Egerton) has a run-in with his old rival Charlie (Edward Holcroft), who's got a fancy mechanical arm this time around. Villainous Julianne Moore is named Poppyin the flick. Luckily, the first movie was already a hit, and The Golden Circle will likely do well.

"When does a good thing become too much of a good thing?"

MetroIt's still a thrilling ride with action sequences unmatched in their high-velocity blasts, but the new additions struggle to conceal the familiarity beneath this secret service. Unbeknownst to him, sinister forces are at work and it's not long before Kingsman is brought to its knee's within one night.

Take the cast, for example.

Action spy film "The Kingsman: The Golden Circle" includes actors like Colin Firth, Julianne Moore, Halle Berry and Channing Tatum.

Entertainment WeeklyEven approached with the watered-down expectations that one brings to a late-September Hollywood sequel, Matthew Vaughn's bespoke secret-agent follow-up is massively disappointing. The movie just doesn't have time. "That was the problem about being a sequel, as well".

While speaking with CinemaBlend, Kingsman: The Golden Circle director Matthew Vaughn said he wants to develop a Fantastic Four movie, as a consolation of sorts to fellow fans who've been disappointed by the previous features.

There's even time for John to make a foul-mouth extended cameo that culminates in arguably the most unexpected way to stop a killer robot dog ever. But Firth's return is also a perfect example of Kingsman's simultaneous strengths and faults. There is nothing original, fun or even sinister about her and it's a shame since Samuel L. Jackson was so vibrant as megalomaniac entrepreneur Richmond Valentine. When is enough enough?

Thankfully, Vaughn's excess is rarely wasted. In a very Burt Reynolds-inspired role, Whiskey whips, lassos, and shoots his way to becoming the truest star of the film.

According to a review by Vanity Fair, Taron Egerton, who plays as Eggsy, may be considered as the saving grace of the film. Just to a fault.