Kingsman: The Secret Service is a spy movie. It is about this young guy becoming a spy or a kingsman and him saving the world. Looks like a plain plot but it does have some entertaining scenes
Imagine it as a story of a kid becoming someone like James Bond and having fight scenes similar to the movie Kick-ass. It has that guilty pleasure.
It is like a mix of different things fitted in one movie. It is a chop suey movie as i like to call it. Getting kid/s as trainees to be spies is like seeing The Hunger Games and Divergent. The use of high-tech gadgetry has that feel of a James Bond movie. The fight scenes blend in like Kick-ass. Also mixed to it are the performances of Colin Firth, Michael Caine, Mark Strong( the first time seeing him not having the role of a bad guy) and the hilarious Samuel L. Jackson (He has a speech impediment in this movie). Mark Hamill is also there, this time without a light-saber and a Jedi robe. The director, Matthew Vaughn, the way he did the movie is great. He did it like he is Quentin Tarantino‘s less serious younger brother.
The story is pretty predictable (for me) but not all of it. There are some scenes that are somewhat amazing.
I’ll give it an 8 out of 10 because of the fight scenes, the predictability of the story and the English accent that is sometimes a bit difficult for me to understand.