🎦 Kingsman: The Secret Service full movie HD download (Matthew Vaughn) - Crime, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Comedy. 🎬
Kingsman: The Secret Service
Crime, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Comedy
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Matthew Vaughn
Samuel L. Jackson as Valentine
Jordan Long as Poodle
Cali as Dean's gang member #3
Neve Gachev as Reporter (rumored)
Paulina Boneva as Shop Customer
Taron Egerton as Gary 'Eggsy' Unwin
Tom Prior as Hugo
Samantha Womack as Michelle Unwin
Alex Nikolov as Little Eggsy
Sofia Boutella as Gazelle
Richard Brake as The Interrogator
Velibor Topic as Big Goon
Mark Hamill as James Arnold
Corey Johnson as Church Leader
Jack Davenport as Lancelot
Colin Firth as Harry Hart
Geoff Bell as Dean
Adrian Quinton as Terrorist
Storyline: Based upon the acclaimed comic book and directed by , 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.
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The graphically sexual ending was unwelcome
The sexual ending was completely out of phase with the whole tone and spirit of the movie up to that point ....I'm not a prude but it was just gratuitously tawdry, brought a so-so action flick down to completely 'un-recommendable' ... I was uncomfortable for half the people and families in the audience.

I think it probably stifled word of mouth recommendations, this is not a movie a guy could bring a decent girl to , to say nothing about bringing a family ..... and really it had nothing what-so-ever to do with anything that had happened prior, it was a graphic bit that just really felt out of place and I don't see any of popular movie sites mentioning it.
My favorite spy movie of 2014
Kingsman , follows an elite team of spies appointed in order to stop crisis around the world and the recruitment in to their ranks of Exjy ,who as all hero journey go becomes awesome and kicks ass. This time the villain that the agency has to stop is Samuel E, Jackshon ,who is a billionaire Eco-terrorist who has as goal to kill a respectable present of the world population, something like the Nick Fury turns bad and he is hilarious!

As for the action, is extreme well choreograph, the stunts, the gore, the kills are so well make that is like the comic book ,tha this series is based came to life. What I loved was that all these agents, huntsmen (and women) are in love with spy movies and they brag about it. Everyone from Austin Power to Borne and the granddaddy of them all (possible that is true;)) James Bond are mentioned both as role model and poking fun to some of the plots holes that they have in their stories.

The dialogues are also very well written (I suspect Tarantino has put his hands in to that) and the changing between the polite British tone and the ripped fire cursing made me laugh my ass off. The great result must be from the fact that everyone must had a blush working their and it was apparent to the way the characters were reacting to their environment (bonus fact to work their ,you could work beside Mark Hamil himself!).

In the end is a enjoyable spy film ,with elements of spoof films of old and I recommended to all, just make sure that in the company you don't have a person with a wick stomach, did I mention the gore? Yes ,I did so do squirms people aloud!
Turns The Spy Movie Genre On Its Head, In My 2015 Top 5
I would love to say that I knew ahead of time that this movie would be so special. But I didn't, I thought the marketing looked good but it did seem like the average action/spy movie story line rebooted. My best friend who seems to have a sixth sense about knowing if a movie will be great insisted on going to see this. I was so taken aback with it I went and saw it the next night with another group of friends, that's how much I liked it. I'm so glad it turned out to be the massive hit it was and I'm excited to talk about it.

*Minor Spoilers Ahead* In what is presumably the late 1990s, a compound in the Middle East is raided and several masked men are interrogating a suspect. The interrogation goes south when the hostage detonates an explosive device. But most of the interrogators are saved when a brave solo soldier shields the rest using his body to muffle the blast. Quickly we are introduced to 3 Kingsman agents: Harry Hart "Galahad" (Colin Firth), Merlin (Mark Strong), and Lancelot (Jack Davenport). Harry admits that it was his fault and he just missed that there was an explosive device. He travels back to England and tells the agent's widow Michelle Unwin (Samantha Womack) about his demise. She is understandably distraught and while they can't celebrate his heroics Harry promises her a favour, one that has no limitations and that if she calls a specific number, whatever she needs will be done. We also meet young Eggsy (he's just a boy here, the older version of Eggsy is Taron Edgerton) who Harry tells to look after his mother.

I could go into the plot further but I don't want to spoil the surprise. I'll go into what makes this movie unique next to so many other spy movies. Kingsman: The Secret Service is a rare breed of movie where it functions well within the genre (spy movies) by itself but it also pokes fun at the spy movie clichés. It could also be considered a comedy/parody. Kick-Ass (a previous Matthew Vaughn effort which I didn't like as much) is another such film from director Matthew Vaughn and seems to be a hallmark for him. It blends the old spy movie magic (outlandish gadgets, over-the-top villain, gentleman spy) with something new and it does so beautifully. It's so much fun and as the movie says, spy movies have gotten a little serious lately and it was refreshing to see a movie that wasn't afraid to tell some jokes while delivering on the action and the plot.

Speaking of the action, this movie has some of the best filmed action I've ever seen. If you have seen the movie, regardless of how you feel morality wise about the church scene, it's astounding how its shot and how horrifyingly violent it is. It really kicked the movie into overdrive for me. Every action scene in this movie is unique and beautifully filmed, stylistically it's as much as you could have asked for.

Talking about the acting next, Kingsman features some really outstanding performances. I can't believe Colin Firth is so good in this movie. He's always been a good actor but I never would have thought he had this in him. He's suave, funny and actually believable as an action hero. Taron Edgerton does a hell of a job considering he was an unknown before this. This is a breakout performance, I'm sure it will lead to many other starring roles. Samuel L. Jackson is awesome as the villain, he has the right amount of theatricality yet he's really funny too. I'm a big Samuel fan already but his character and his performance were different from what you would expect and they add memorable aspect to this film. In smaller roles, Mark Hamill, Michael Caine and Sofia Boutella all shine and round out an excellent cast.

Some people have found this movie to be offensive, I can see that but it more depends on what you want to get out of this movie. I think one of the reasons this movie is so popular is that it really isn't afraid to go there. There's so many violent kills, so much joking at the expense of the typical spy plot and there are some pretty filthy jokes (yes there is a taboo sexual joke at the end, I thought it was funny, I guess a lot of people didn't). Not every action feature has to be this unrelenting but I found it to be refreshing and I think judging by the amount of love this movie has gotten from the public, most people agree.

I saw Kingsman: The Secret Service twice in theatres, I bought the Blu Ray and I've watched it many times since. This is a truly great spy movie which finds the right mix of action and comedy and the balance between the familiar and the new. It commits to the story yet is still outstanding to watch because of some bold stylistic choices. I'm stoked for the sequel and it can't get here soon enough.
Not what I was expecting
I was expecting something in the way of a James Bond spoof having only seen a 30 second trailer, how wrong can you be. Instead I got a crazy, mad, violent, nutty and over the top film. It has a definite Britishness to it, it's a very smart looking production, very well acted, with some jaw dropping fight scenes, the visuals and production values are extremely high. The fights involving Sofia Boutella were just insane, she's particularly good. Some big casting, Colin Firth as always makes the perfect gentleman. It's Samuel L Jackson I particularly enjoyed, he was just so funny. Lots of violence, which if it's not your thing you should avoid. Overall, slick and very funny. The world is saved by a chav!! 7/10
A crass and ultra-violent assault on the senses.
There is something deeply unsettling about sitting in a movie theater surrounded by people who are laughing as, on screen, heads are exploding, limbs are being hacked off and a princess rewards her rescuer with anal sex. The film starts out on a promising and engaging note as we follow the recruitment and training of the protagonist. But then, at about the midway point, things get terribly weird and weirdly terrible. This is not just movie violence but violence-porn, violence for laughs, violence that glories in being shocking and over the top. The movie itself, in terms of film-craft, is disposable and forgettable. But what sticks with me is a nagging feeling that what I've just watched--in the guise of a movie purportedly about a refined British spy agency--is a marker of the decline of Western civilization. Kingsman is the Roman circus for the 21st century, and every bit as brutal and pointless.
One of the worst movies I've ever seen
This film glorifies sodomy. It mentions "global warming" as if it's a real thing. It implies strongly that Margaret Thatcher was not a positive political figure. It portrays Christians as lunatics worthy of slaughter. The foul language is so gratuitous that one has to wonder if the filmmakers think it's clever or what point it is they're trying to make by taking that road. There are no heroes or any sort of virtuous characters to latch onto. The plot is full of holes. I could go on, but suffice it to say that this is low-grade filmmaking and a waste of everyone's time. My wife and I both disliked it and wish we had our afternoon back.
Over-hyped & long with one REALLY unnecessary scene
I can understand why the audience was packed with teenage boys; it was made for them. Basically, lots of swearing, cool gadgets, fights, macho characters & 2 barely adequate female characters.

The scene that really bothered me is at the end of the movie - what was that?! Was it to shock people and wake them up from all the boring fight sequences?

*Spoiler Alert* oh yeah, makes total sense that a Swedish Princess that was so proper and stern in her opinion throughout the movie would tell a teenage boy "to do it in the a**" followed by a close-up of her naked a**. Seriously, WHY? That really irritated me.
My Life is Worse after Seeing this Movie
The best thing about this film was the time before I ever watched in when with a naive child-like faith I believed that there was still the possibility of an action film that didn't make me wish I could go back in time and slap myself in the face to avoid watching this truly horrible film.

At first I thought I could attempt to overlook the totally idiotic and unnecessary profanity in hopes that the action scenes and over all plot would make it worth while. But after a while (and by "a while" I mean the first 10 minutes) it just seems like a bunch of prepubescent children were given permission to swear like the big kids, and for no apparent reason are running around screaming the f word.

A man sliced cleanly in half in the first scene should have given me a fair warning. The violence wasn't laughable or gruesome or realistic. It was stupid. I've seen episodes of sponge bob square pants where poorly sketched characters slap each other that had more of a positive effect on me than this did.

Even the overall plot was dull and predictable.

I don't know what sort of blackmail was used on some of these great actors to get them to agree to this truly pathetic production. I feel certain it was created for idiots by idiots.

If you want to watch a truly horrible movie in every way, this one is for you.
A Funny Thing Happened on the way to this review
True story. I saw the film in August 2015 just after catching President Obama's speech to the nation on the evils of Global Warming and his "plan" to save the planet. And although I usually try to avoid sinking into states of Deep Irony I could not help but notice how similar that speech was to Sam Jackson's in this film when he explains his own unique view on saving the planet... just saying...

The film itself: Is what I have called in the past a "bumblebee" movie in that on paper it should not work, but wow in real life it does.

The ultimate iteration of the 1960s pseudo spy thrillers (OUR MAN FLINT) with the perennially overexposed Sam Jackson doing yet another variation of his character in UNBREAKABLE and in fact he did a better job in the earlier film.

Yet the production values are so sharp, so superb, so technically perfect that, with a tight script and great acting, the whole thing works a treat and may possibly be one of the most entertaining films of the decade
If You're A Gamer
It's a comic book shooter with a great story. It runs a bit too long because of its over the top violent content. There's a good strain of political irony involved here too. In the name of saving the planet from global warming, the evil villain seeks to cull the herd by turning everyone into a homicidal maniac. But Samuel L. Jackson's aside to the camera says it all, "It isn't that kind of movie." Truly my I can say my head nearly exploded over the preceding scene, and stopped only because I realized it was indeed a comic book shooter. If you're going to enjoy a movie like this you have to give yourself up to the experience.

Otherwise, I agree it's revolting.
📹 Kingsman: The Secret Service full movie HD download 2014 - Samuel L. Jackson, Jordan Long, Cali, Neve Gachev, Paulina Boneva, Jonno Davies, Taron Egerton, Tom Prior, Sophie Cookson, Samantha Womack, Alex Nikolov, Sofia Boutella, Richard Brake, Velibor Topic, Michael Caine, Mark Hamill, Corey Johnson, Mark Strong, Jack Davenport, Colin Firth, Geoff Bell, Adrian Quinton - USA, UK. 📀