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Research shows a connection between kids' healthy self-esteem and positive, diverse representations in books, TV shows, and movies. Want to help us help them? Suggest a diversity update. Also, class and money aren't what define you -- your character does. Loyalty and hard work are rewarded. Eggsy is coarse and prone to fights, but he's also protective of his mother and sister, has a deep well of kindness and loyalty, and wants to do right by others. Harry is positioned as Eggsy's role model, but not all of his actions are worthy of emulation.
An endless parade of so-over-the-top-that-it's-almost-cartoonish violence; it's stylized and clearly not realistic, but it's still shocking and brutal. Many gory injuries and deaths, especially during a scene of mass carnage inside a church.
Scenes include hatchets to the head, a man sliced in half, gunshots at close range, crashes, stabbings, a man impaled on a pole, explosions, eye gougings, he exploding, and much, much more. It's gruesome yet glamorized, and the sum total is unsettling. A woman's naked backside is shown as part of a tasteless, sexist, sexually provocative joke.
Frequent strong language includes "f--k," "s--t," "bitch," "damn," the "N" word, and a homophobic slur. Also Adidas, Guinness, and a big, obvious plug for McDonald's. Many scenes show people drinking beer and hard liquor at pubs and at home, sometimes leading to violence.
Rohypnol is also mentioned. Parents need to know that Kingsman: The Secret Service is a bold, though at times indulgently violent, action thriller that turns the James Bond genre on its head. While the violence is presented in a stylized, almost cartoonish way, the sum total of it is likely to disturb some viewers. But there's also a smattering of advice about how to be an honorable person in a dishonorable time. Add your rating See all 76 parent reviews. Add your rating See all kid reviews. A Kingsman, after all, is a spy of the highest order, part of a powerful organization unaffiliated with any government.
Ina fellow Kingsman saved Galahad's life and died on the job. Forever indebted to his savior, Harry reaches out to the man's widow and offers a promise of help -- one that her son, Eggsy Taron Egertoncollects on 17 years later. Galahad thinks Eggsy has the skills to be come a Kinsgman, but first the rough-around-the-edges youth must prove his mettle, as a megalomaniac millionaire Samuel L. Jackson puts into action his psychopathic plan to cull the planet of people to save it. It's been a long while since a movie of this genre satisfied so much with wit and joy.
For those who love film and all that is cinematic, Kingman free discrete sex The Secret Service is delightful fun. Every character, every frame, and nearly every line of dialogue is delivered with glee. It's brash and bold and full of cheek. And it's no copycat. Nearly every spy thriller cliche is turned on its head here and milked for maximum amusement.
A sequence unveiling all the secret weaponry is a pleasure. The plot is somewhat original, or at least interesting, and the stars are great. That said, a few points off for saddling the villainous and enjoyable Jackson with a lisp -- it's a cheap shot -- and for the constant albeit cartoonish violence that enjoys itself a little too much.
The mayhem is over the top, and Vaughn relies too much on the slo-mo. And there's a crass joke at a princess' expense that feels like nothing more Kingman free discrete sex sexist junk. But look past these issues, and you'll have a grand old time at the movies.
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Kingsman: The Secret Service. Movie review by S. Jhoanna RobledoCommon Sense Media. Popular with. Brash, witty spy film is packed with over-the-top violence. R minutes. Rate movie. Watch or buy. Based on 76 reviews. Based on reviews. Get it now Searching for streaming and purchasing options Common Sense is a nonprofit organization. Your purchase helps us remain independent and ad-free. Get it now on Searching for streaming and purchasing options X of Y Official trailer. Did this review miss something on diversity? Suggest an update Kingsman: The Secret Service. Your privacy is important to us.
Positive Messages. What parents need to know Parents need to know that Kingsman: The Secret Service is a bold, though at times indulgently violent, action thriller that turns the James Bond genre on its head. Continue reading Show less. Stay up to date on new reviews. Get full reviews, Kingman free discrete sex, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. User Reviews Parents say Kids say. Parent Written by LadyRed February 28, Weird movie Parents need to know that although it looks like a fun action flick, it's got a few red flags. The f-bomb is dropped every other sentence - no exaggeration Continue reading.
Report this review. Parent of a 6 and year-old Written by doggymcnuggets February 19, Not For Kids - Mostly Enjoyable but Diminished by a Few Scenes Kingsman is an enjoyably creative and clever send-up of Bond style secret agent movies which suffers from a few bad scene choices which diminish its appeal.
Teen, 13 years old Written by Pdxnce October 17, Amazing Violence is gruesome but very quick and usually in large quantities making it less shocking. The church scene is filmed amazingly and is incredible to watch but Teen, 14 years old Written by 2jayz March 7, Interesting, crazy action movie! This movie is crazy but very entertaining and smart. Anything can happen in this movie. The sex is very brief and at the end where we see a woman's bare bu What's the story?
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