🎦 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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Surprisingly brilliant
Having really enjoyed/loved 'X Men: First Class' and 'Kick Ass' and being someone who likes a lot of the actors, 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' did seem really intriguing.

There was the intrepidation of whether it would balance the violence and humour well, whether the violence would feel too much or whether the humour would leave a bad taste in the mouth. Finally watching it, 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' was surprisingly brilliant. It sends up the spy genre (primarily James Bond), very like 'Kick Ass did with comic books, and does so brilliantly.

'Kingsman: The Secret Service' is stylishly and audaciously made, with slick visual effects, very imaginative camera work and editing in the action scenes that gives the film an almost operatic grandeur (like in the fight scene in the church), very cool gadgets, richly coloured lighting and audacious production design. The soundtrack is very groovy and catchy, but is careful not to be overbearing, it is far from one-note too and fits with everything going on very well.

Vaughn does a fine job directing here. Not just achieving the right balance of humour and violence (injecting much needed fun into a genre that has become increasingly serious over the years) and keeping the story absorbing and the characters interesting, but standing out in particular were how he properly allows the audience to properly take in what is happening in the action, without jumping around incoherently or being static, and the huge amount of work that he even puts into the little things like with the opening credits.

The film's script is deliciously irreverent, sometimes raunchy, unrelentingly vulgar and very witty, with a plethora of laugh-out-loud funny to hilarious moments. While the action is grim and unflinching (some of it is not for the faintest of hearts) but nail-biting and surprisingly dynamic, the fight scene in the church especially standing out. The story is very clever and absorbing, with incredibly energetic pacing without being too hectic or rushed. The film does deal with the twist well, it could easily have been out-of-place, clichéd or overly silly but it's actually a lot of fun with a touch of humanity injected.

'Kingsman: The Secret Service' contains some very memorable characters, including a hench-woman with legs that can kill. It's very well acted too, three of the standouts being Colin Firth, cast against type but doing a phenomenal job (also doing incredibly well in the action), Taron Egerton as an immensely likable main lead and Samuel L. Jackson (though his performance has divided reviewers it seems and understandably), who is clearly having the time of his life as lisping megalomaniac villain Valentine. That is not to dispute Michael Caine, who is more than dependable as a somewhat ambiguous sort of character, and Mark Strong who has a knack of making even weak material interesting, or Sophie Cookson, very fetching though in a slightly underwritten role, and Sofia Boutella who nobody wants to mess with.

If there is something that lets 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' down it is the ending with the anal sex. This was the one part of the film that to me came over as really unnecessary and tasteless, also seeming very out of place compared to the rest of the material and it is introduced randomly. The infamous Princess line is pretty offensively perverse as well.

All in all, though, a surprisingly brilliant send up that does nearly everything right. 9/10 Bethany Cox
Revoltingly violent; ridiculous plot, sad reflection of today's "entertainment"
In the first 5 minutes of this abhorrently violent film, one of the film's protagonists is literally sliced in half, length-wise, from top to bottom, by a (yawn) hot, Asian-looking, double-amputee with some sort of "slasher foot-prosthetics" on her tawny, spandex-clad limbs. Yes, you read that right. Not only are the physics involved in this ludicrous action simply impossible, there is NO blood--nothing. Just an insipidly-dumb, ill-conceived effect designed to make sadistic killing "funny" and elicit a cheap "ooh!" from the audience.

But wait--there's more. In another disturbing scene, a church full of "Westboro Baptist"-style fundamentalist bigots beat, claw, and slash each other to death to the musical accompaniment of the "Free Bird" ending guitar solo. I guess mass murder is cool and fun if it's scored to some popular music and if the victims are just ignorant bigots; hey, no foul, no crime. Are we supposed to cheer this? There are other nauseating violent scenarios, all shot in the latest hi-tech digital slow-motion, freeze-frame camera work that makes rednecks and "real men" squeal in ecstasy. Oh yeah-and at the end, the hero's "prize" for "saving the world"? Why, what every alcohol-numbed fratboy/ socially-challenged gamer dreams of; (read this with a Swedish accent)"sex in the asshole" with a winsome, blond Scandinavian princess. I kid you not, folks. This is the shallowest, lowest-common-denominator script-writing.

This movie is an utterly disgusting and pathetic reflection of what passes for "entertainment" in today's mentally-damaged world of desensitized adults raised on UFC blood sport, graphic "head shots" in ultra-violent video games and a lack of real moral role models from our authority figures and heroes. It's a world of violence for violence' sake, and graphic violence as "entertainment". I felt dirty and stained after sitting through this turkey with my fiancé's friends on our double-date. Hopefully, you'll never have to experience the indignity...
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.
Thank God I did not pay for this
I had the misfortune to watch this movie on a plane.

Seeing that it has a rating of 7.9, which is dangerously close to what movies in the top 250 of all time rate, I felt an urge to write a review and contribute to redress this score.

Despite the prestigious cast, the movie is exceptionally low on everything. I don't mind violence when it's part of the drama (or the suspension of belief), so I don't think that violence takes anything away from the movie. The problem is that there is almost nothing to take away.

The story is appalling, the characters are cringe-worthy, the only enjoyable thing is Colin Firth's suit (but the same suit fitting a youngster with half the class of Firth is looking actually quite poor), the humour is dadsjokesque, and the ending is, to be generous, atrocious. I also found a lot of crass ignorance and obtuse projection of its fictional world. As if we needed obtuse fictional worlds.

What about the performances? Argh! I think Jack Davenport's is the best, but only because he does not get enough time on screen to spoil it. Michael Caine holds water, barely, better not to talk about the rest.

If you put 007 on one side and Austin Powers on the other, this movie is located precisely in the trash bin, where it should stay.
No Sequel Needed.
The first half of the movie was entertaining… just as I was about to express this the film flipped over on its back and crapped all over its self, then smiled as if that was amusingly quaint.

Only the director Matthew Vaughn, producers, writers, and Mr. Super Star Capital the One and Only Samuel L. Jackson could find humor in debasing Christians alluding to all folks from the state of Kentucky by name, several times, bloatingly supreme with a stiff upper lip showing an intimate knowledge of said churches existence based on racism with the people attending completely unworthy of anything but a good old sadistic blood orgy with a Kingsmen axing women, and men all with the lust only the self-righteous could muster, then with a gleam in eye gave us all a Urkel "Did I do that"…

Stupid waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaste…. Could have been a very good series with sequels, they blew that.
Just dreck...
crass: adjective lacking sensitivity, refinement, or intelligence. synonyms: stupid, insensitive, mindless, thoughtless, ignorant, witless, oafish, boorish, asinine, coarse, gross, graceless, tasteless, tactless, clumsy, heavy-handed, blundering.

The intended audience has to be room temperature IQ or below. Over- the-top, horrific violence by nonsense cartoon characters only for the sake of displaying the violence itself. CGI only for CGI's sake. Humor of the lowest common denominator. The "unrefined, but promising street kid" goes from no skills to world class martial artist bullet dodger with no training.

Here it is for you in a nutshell... If you're a fan of the Bourne movies and Daniel Craig's Bond series, or even the Mission Impossible franchise, do not waste your time with this... I wish that I hadn't.
Comic Book Adolescent Dreck
The reviewers said this was a witty send-up of Bond type movies but I thought it was juvenile post modern dreck. Like Kickass, it was derived from a comic book. But what worked for K.A. didn't work for this over produced, overly violent and sfx ridden A list monstrosity. It seems like post modernism means you can shamelessly exploit and recycle genres and stereotypes, like Q's endless gadgets for Bond. Then with some smirk, the movie makers can say "I was just spoofing or paying homage to that well worn trope."

The movie was utterly unintelligent and utterly pretentious, and any superficial Savile Row English gent class it exploited was there to hide the stupid and violent action scenes & silly plot.
Hilarious! This could be the surprise hit of 2015
Well folks, that's how it's done. Ever thought MI-6 (note: that's what the British call their secret service) is a club for snobbish, upper class dudes who like to watch paint dry all they long? OK, Bond is kind of cool (I hated the last two, though), but now we finally got a film that takes spy movies to the next level. Not since 'District 9' have I had that feeling during the watching of a film like "this movie just does everything right" (by which I mean of course: it plays exactly to MY taste).

Compared to this film, every James Bond movie released after 'Licence to Kill' looks like a snore-fest. This is such a kick-ass, "balls against the wall" crazy ride that I had to shake my head several times in disbelief during the screening I was invited to. And I actually knew what I was in for. I've seen every film by Matthew Vaughn, but I was not prepared how far he was willing to go with this one. Thought 'Kick-Ass' was pretty crazy? Wait till you see this.

One of the key ingredients is the casting of the actors. The well known stars all play against type, which makes this even more unreal. Remember that lame dude who mainly played lame dudes in girlie movies like 'Bridget Jones'? He just won an Oscar for playing the stuttering King of England, and as you will see in 'Kingsman', that Oscar was well deserved: that dude (Colin Firth) can play anything! He's more bad-ass in this than Bond ever was!

A word to the wise, though, this film is not for the easily offended or the squeamish. It is a comedy but a very, very violent kind of comedy. And the language alone will shock the MPAA out of their pants. Watch this if you're into films like 'Lock, Stock', 'Kick-Ass', or 'In Bruges' and you'll probably love it - don't bother if you're more into serious films or family friendly comedies. As for me, I had a (bloody) good time.
A bad story, bad film with the worst ever ending
I thought the film was totally awful, bad script, bad acting, bad music, and especially bad taste. It pretends to mock James Bond but with no style whatsoever. They are using young people to tell a story that has no moral and is totally unrealistic. It seems like a celebration of violence, with countless bloody scenes that make you sick. They are not offering any interesting points of view but telling a cheap story through violence, sexism and clichés, including a blond princess. I don't see why anyone would want to watch this film and I don't recommend it to anyone. I also feel pretty bad about the cast who have supported such a bad film, even worst on them. They should have never accepted this film.
Colin Firth wasted on this
SPOILER ALERT and WARNING They were lobbing f-bombs at you on par with the quantity in the Die Hard movies. They used the 'bait and switch' method of advertising in their trailer. The trailer would have you believe Colin Firth saved a kid from the streets as in Obi Wan and Luke Skywalker, Agent Kay and Agent Jay, Enders Game, etc. You see that trailer and that is what you are expecting. Then you get in there and a lot more cursing is going on than you expected. Then the last scene in the movie is graphic anal sex. Is this the best you can do after 100 years of cinematography? Crude for the sake of it. The man sitting next to me got up and left shortly before the end of the movie. I thought surely it can't be that much longer, he couldn't wait to go to the rest room. He never came back. I guess he'd been warned about the last scene being so vulgar. I wish I'd read the reviews before I went so I would have left when he did, or not gone at all. I'm so tired of CGI. Newsflash movie makers real people can't fly sideways for 20 feet. I will be finding out who made this movie, and I will be making sure not to try anything else of theirs until it is so old it has been reviewed to within an inch of its life, so I'll know of any vulgarities so I can decide for myself and not have it sprung on me with no warning.
📹 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. 📀