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English Film review
Hugely Entertaining Spy comic action thriller
Film: Kingsman: The Secret Service
Cast: Colin Firth, Samuel L. Jackson, Taron Egerton, Michael Caine
Director: Mathew Vaughn
Rating: * * * ½
Runtime: 129 mins
Based on the comic book from and , "Kingsman" posits a top secret British espionage group that is inspired by King Arthur and his knights (whose names the members appropriate for their code names), based in a seemingly ordinary Savile Row tailor shop and regularly saves the world without getting into all the political mumbo-jumbo that has affected the efforts of governmental spy organizations. “Kingsman” is the name of the film and the privatized espionage organization run by suave gentlemen spies with Round Table aliases such as Galahad (Colin Firth) and Merlin (Mark Strong), who recruit a pedigreed street kid, Eggsy (Taron Egerton), from his life of petty crime into the agency's training program.This is of course an origin story and you can be rest assured that there’s gonna be many more to come…
‘Kingsman’ is basically a rip-roaring comic book spiffy spy action thriller that pays homage to the Bond of yore. It’s got quite a tight-lipped humorous bent and propah Brit suavity. It plays out like a wilder version of Roger Moore starrer ‘The Man With the Golden Gun’ but without the gratuitous sex and skin show. In fact this film doesn’t have even a peep of that. Instead it gets off on sickening though amusement inducing caricaturish violence shown in a sleek, slick and humorous style. The ridiculous amounts of gore and violence can never be taken too seriously because it’s all done with a great deal of fun.
Kingsman’s top-secret abode is a seemingly ordinary Savile Row tailor shop which hides the most ingenious transport modes and hi-tech weaponry ever seen. having lost one of their agents codenamed Lancelot, in a one –man rescue effort of a kidnapped scientist(Mark Hamill) the group begins the process of recruiting a replacement with each of then surviving agents picking out and enrolling their nominee for the ‘most ingenious, enterprising and training worthy’ sweepstakes. Harry ‘Galahad’ Hart(Colin Firth) puts up Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin (Taron Egerton) a seemingly ordinary young punk who appears to lead a dysfunctional life. he also happens to be the son of a Kingsman who gave up his life while saving Harry’s and others in the past.
Eggsy doesn’t fit in among the far more sophisticated candidates—including Roxy (), the only one to show him any kindness or respect. Even Kingsman leader Arthur () expects him to drop out with a whimper. But Eggsy manages to last throughout the extended testing process and edges into the select few who get designer training under Merlin (). This series of tests of intellect, endurance, selfishness and fear quotient makes the contestants undergo harrowing experiences which include -their barracks getting quickly flooded while they are asleep one night, a group skydive where they are informed that one of them is not packing a chute only after they make the jump and the final one has them , each, choosing a puppy to raise and train only to give it up. Eggsy names his pug "JB" and refuses to participate in it’s alienation so gets thrown out of the academy in the penultimate round. Roxy becomes the chosen one. Unfortunately, that isn’t the end of it.
A megalomaniacal madman, super-villain Valentine (), an astoundingly wealthy technological pioneer whose frustration at his inability to save the planet through the usual channels has led him to a more sinister approach that involves zapping the minds of the world's population via their cell phones and driving them to kill each other off. Galahad falls prey to that plan and it’s upto the rest with Eggsy’s help of course , to return the country and the world, back to sanity.
The screenplay by director and longtime collaborator Jane Goldman is reverential to the Bond movie subculture with copious references to many of their clichés. The violence in the church is a little too much and the lack of sex until the very end, which is rather suggestive, doesn’t do much for those expecting a libidinous thrill. Colin Firth, Michael Caine and Mark Strong appear to be having a wonderful time playing spies in tongue-in-cheek frivolity. Egerton in fact transforms very well and could well become an eventual shoo-in for the next generation Bond. unfortunately, Samuel l jackson, plays it a little too casual to make it balanced. Mathew (Layer Cake, X men First Class, Kick-Ass) Vaughn, has previously too, given us some stylish entertainment. This one though , goes one better. Part homage, part cartoonish spoof, and high-energy actioner, Kingsman feels right at home with it’s morbid sense of humor, copious pop-culture references and rocketing pace. It’s also the most entertaining spy movie ever!