‘Kingsman: Golden Circle’ Review
“Kingsman: Golden Circle” is the much-anticipated sequel to “Kingsman: the Secret Service” which was released in 2014. The first movie was full of action and adventure, so many were expecting nothing less … and it didn’t disappoint.
The plot of the movie follows Eggsy (Taron Egerton). After most of the Kingsmen are attacked and killed, it is up to him to find out why. It is later revealed that the Golden Circle is at fault. The Golden Circle is a drug ring run by a woman named Poppy (Julianne Moore) in Cambodia. They poison all of the world’s illegal drugs with disease that causes, in this order: a blue rash, mania, paralysis and death. Poppy will only send out the anecdote if the President of the U.S. agrees to legalize all drugs and give her all legal immunity. Eggsy and Merlin (Mark Strong) travel to the states to a place called Statesman, the U.S. equivalent of the Kingsman. The two agencies team up in order find the Golden Circle, get to Poppy, and release the anecdote to the entire world before millions of people die.
This movie is full of action, fight scenes and comedy.
Channing Tatum, Colin Firth, Halle Berry, and many more all have roles in the movie, making this film full of recognizable stars. Slow motion, unique camera angles, appropriate music, and frequent action make this movie stand out more than others in its genre. Audience members will have no problem staying attentive and following the plot of the film.
Although all characters show verbal wit and sarcasm, most of the comedic moments of the movie come whenever famous singer, Elton John, makes his cameos. His fabulous costumes, flamboyant personality, and overall presence gives the movie not only comic relief, but it leaves the audience wanting more.
The much-anticipated sequel does not disappoint, and many say that it is even better than the first. “Kingsman: Golden Circle” is currently at both AMC and Mindframe theaters.