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My Review of Kingsman: The Golden Circle

When the first Kingsman film came out, me along with the rest f the world was flabbergasted by its greatness. It reinvented the spy genre whilst also making fun of it. 1,251 more words


Kingsman: The Golden Circle Review

The first Kingsman film told the tale of how someone from a council estate became a tuxedo-wearing super spy and was written in response to… 1,028 more words


Kingsman: the Golden Circle (2017)

“We’ve kind of got a bit of a ‘save the world’ situation here.” –Eggsy

The Kingsman franchise is to spy films like Guardians of the Galaxy…

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle Movie Review [Spoiler free]

Compared to the first film, Kingsman: The Golden Circle had a lot to live up to. Centering around Eggsy (Taron Egerton), the intelligent yet troubled young adult who winds up as a secret agent for the secret service of Kingsman, he returns in the second instalment as the now titled Galahad, following the apparent death of Colin Firth’s character. 639 more words


Kingsman: The Golden Circle review "Welcome back, chaps"

Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of the surprise hits of 2014. Marketed poorly by an unassuming set of trailers, the end result was a film as big a surprise as… 569 more words


Reel to Real: Favorite Spy Films?

With “American Assassin”, the odd-man-out this weekend among the clashing horror films “It” and “mother!”, I am reminded of the spy genre. While the horror genre is designed to shock and awe, to terrify and churn your gut (Or in Aronofsky’s case, make you hate humanity), the spy genre exists as a polar opposite. 63 more words

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Atomic Blonde: A New Era for the Spy Film Genre

“These boots are made for walking” so goes the song, “and one day these boots are going to walk all over you”. Judging by the lyrics, Nancy Sinatra’s 1966 hit could have been written for… 593 more words