Kingsman The Golden Circle Shows Great Fight Scenes But Strange Plot
Kingsman The Golden Circle involves the Kingsman finding new allies when the Kingsman headquarters are destroyed. The Kingsman team up with a spy organization based in the United States called Statesman in order to defeat a drug lord.
The plot was slightly difficult to follow if you did not watch the first movie. Still it is not too difficult to catch up after the exposition. New characters were introduced such as the Statesman team that helped thicken the plot. If you want to see Channing Tatum do a southern accent, this is the movie for you!
Sprinkled throughout the duration of the movie were many intricate fight scenes. The choreography of the fight scenes were uniquely captured with interesting camera angles. It allowed the viewers to see impossible perspectives in a battle. It follows the similar camera work of the first movie, but it still is refreshing to watch.
The movie is a bit inappropriate with adult language and is pretty gory, but that can be looked past for an overall enjoyable experience. However, Kingsman is rated R so adult supervision is advised.
With characters that quickly draw a viewer in, plot twists and deaths really add a sense of sadness in contrast to the movie’s comedy. With action, comedy, accents, and more, Kingsman earns a 3.5/5 stars from us.