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REVIEW - Jack Strong (2014)

FilmJuice have my review of Wladyslaw Pasikowski’s historical espionage thriller Jack Strong, which is out in the UK on Monday. Set during the final decades of the Cold War, the film tells the story of a real-life Polish officer who came to realise that the Soviet Union would quite happily turn Poland into a radioactive wasteland if it meant protecting themselves from a Western invasion. 958 more words

Film

The Destruction of Princess Tilde!

Someone left this cake out in the rain!

Filled with sophisticated, comic style mayhem that is piloted by a handsome, plucky hero (Taron Egerton’s Eggsy), who, in turn, is buoyed up by such distinguished talents as Colin Firth, Michael Caine, Samuel J. 406 more words

Entertainment

Review of Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman was not exactly what I had expected, and it was also so incredibly, unexpectedly good! This film is absolutely a treat for those knowledgeable about superheroes and super-spy stories. 439 more words

Host Blogs

The Best Line In Kingsman: Secret Service

Ready to hear what it is? Here goes:

Galahad: “Did you see the film Trading Places?”
Eggsy: “No”
Galahad: “How about Nikita? Pretty Woman? All right, my point is, that the lack of a silver spoon has set you on a certain path but you needn’t stay on it.

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Editorials

Kingsman: The Secret Service

I liked the story but hated the style. That’s the Coles Notes version of my review. The Kingsmen, a spy action movie about a London punk who is recruited into a spy organization, suffers from an identity crisis. 386 more words

Movie Reviews

'Kingsman: The Secret Service' (2015)

Matthew Vaughan loves James Bond films. ‘X-Men: First Class’ (2011) owed as much to ‘Thunderball’ as it did to Stan Lee. ‘Kick-Ass’ (2010) featuredhad a man’s decapitation that mirrored a similar one in Timothy Dalton’s ‘Licence To Kill’. 631 more words