Kingsman: The Secret Service

If you have been following this movie’s update, you must know it has been postponed for few months. Eventually, it is now in cinema! Thanks Churp Churp for the exclusive passes of Kingsman: The Secret Service.

Based upon the acclaimed comic book and directed by Matthew Vaughn, Kingsman: The Secret Service tells the story of a super-secret spy organization that recruits an unrefined but promising street kid into the agency’s ultra-competitive training program just as a global threat emerges from a twisted tech genius.

As predicted, it is a spy movie; it has its hero (spy) and villain. It showcased a lot of high tech weapons; and full of imagination. Somehow, it gave me certain impact; 2-3 days after watching the movie. I personally linked some storylines into real life. 
It was not boring from the beginning. However, there was part that you still can’t understand why the villain is villain. Here, I meant the plan that the villain wanted to carry out. It wasn’t revealed until the last 30 minutes of the film.
Still, some unexpected plots were in Kingsman. It made some differences from the typical spy movie. Although Kingsman has been classified as 18 and above, there was scene that it replaced the bloody scene (I personally think it was) into more relaxing scene. In fact, I think no one expected this creative presentation of the bloody scene.
Overall, Kingsman: The Secret Service was satisfying, although the ending was predictable. Nevertheless, breathtaking plot was less than I expected. Compared to past spy movie I watched, Kingsman was more entertaining. You may still find funny plots in there. If you are a spy movie fan, don’t miss Kingsman: The Secret Service.

Rating: 4.5/5


  1. I think it’s a fun watch and nothing more
    They say it used a lot of references from 007 (I’m not sure cause I forgot 007 movies plots) and it’s more like a comedy lol


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