Kingsman: The Secret Service
X-Men: First Class and Kick-Ass director Matthew Vaughn brings another comic book to the big screen with this comedy spy tale. Eggsy (Taron Edgerton) is a wayward youth until recruited into a secretive global espionage agency by Harry Hart (Colin Firth), where he becomes part of their effort to bring down a genius super-villain (Samuel L. Jackson). Michael Caine, Mark Hamill and Mark Strong co-star.
Gary "Eggsy" Urwin is just another kid growing up in an English council estate, getting into trouble with the law and criminals alike. What Eggsy doesn't realise is that his deceased dad was an inductee into a secret spy society, and that he himself has the raw material for the job. As he learns under the tutelage of Hart, there's more to being part of Kingsman than just kicking ass - being a gentleman, for starters. As he competes against public school toffs for a place in the organisation, Eggsy faces one dangerous situation after another - until taking on a super-villain who has an audacious plan to reshape mankind's future (and also a persistent speech impediment). Based on the Marvel comic by Kick-Ass writer Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons.More Information
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