While this sequel was enjoyable, it was not on the level of the first movie. It felt like two different movies. One movie was obviously Kingsman, a British style secret agent movie that's fun, smart, exciting, and action driven. The other movie is just a regular American secret agent movie with more guns and adult content than necessary. The best parts of the movie were those with the original cast members on screen. The plot itself was not bad, it just felt like it was a Statesman issue instead of a Kingsman one. Overall the movie was enjoyable, but any future films need to do a better job of staying true to the quantities that made Kingsman such a great movie and generated such excitement for the sequel.
Really good movie and cool fighting scenes, but the story is not that great.
Vaughn hasn’t only run out of things to say but people to hate, and without that underlying aggression, the movie feels like it’s just going through the motions. Better luck next time, bruv.
This fleet-footed, glibly imaginative international romp stays on its toes and keeps its wits about it most of the time, with entertaining and pointedly U.S.-friendly cast additions.
This isn’t quite solid-gold filmmaking. But it might be gold-plated.