Cast - 80%
Story - 65%
Music Score - 70%
Effects/Quality - 65%
Originality - 55%
Manners maketh the man, with a southern twist.
From the get-go Kingsman the golden circle kicks off with a lot of action-packed sequences that keep anybody that enjoyed the first films random spy fights glued to their seats.
It still utilizes the tropes of the classic James Bond film from which it is an indirect play on the spy with many useful gadgets, none of which feel out of place throughout the film. The second instalment brings back a lot of great actors from the first film and also adds a few new to the cast that includes Channing Tatum, Halle Berry and Jeff Bridges among other great faces.
The plot is set from the second the movie starts up until the ending and nothing is left at a loose end. Viewing the movie is not hard with its seamless scene transitions and somewhat comedic yet action-filled story telling. The movie does rely a bit too much on the CGI effects but that is too be expected when robots and spy gear are a part of a modern-day film.
all round I would recommend this movie to anyone who is a fan of the action genre.
Reviewed on: DVD
Available on: DVD
Age Rating: PG13
Estimated RRP: R100+
Release Date: 20 September 2017
- The choice of actors was very good.
- The movie portrayed the stereotypical difference between the British and the Americans brilliantly.
- The story could have been executed better.