Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015)
If there’s a movie that displays a baby’s imaginative notion of espionage as authentically as Spy Kids, however is actually not for youngsters’s eyes, it’s undoubtedly Matthew Vaughn’s crowning directorial achievement up to now. Based on a comic book e-book sequence by Mark Millar and Daye Gibbons, Kingsman: The Secret Service is a coming-of-age story following younger Eggsy’s (Taron Egerton) recruitment into the titular secret group by veteran Harry Hart (Colin Firth), who’s investigating an eccentric, but shady, tech billionaire named Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson). To name this off-beat, action-packed, and a bit gory prompt basic a parody of the spy movies could be insulting to its incessant originality and mindblowing surprises from starting to finish, particularly on the finish.
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