Movie Review - Kingsman: The Golden Circle

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Director: Matthew Vaughn
Cast: Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Edward Holcroft, Sophie Cookson, Julianne Moore, Halle Berry, Pedro Pascal, Elton John, Channing Tatum and Jeff Bridges.

Stuffed to the brim with a big load of shite; KINGMAN: The Golden Circle is simply a patience-testing movie that should have been stopped when they rolled the closing credits of the prequel.
While the first movie came off as pleasant surprise with it's no-nonsense take on spy movie cliches; The Golden Circle simply flushes all the goodwill down the drain with it's purely idiotic storyline and meaningless action sequences.

Talking about the plot of the movie; it yet again revolves around Eggsy and the Kingsman, who get their headquarters destroyed by a ’50s-obsessed drug lord (Julianne Moore), leaving their entire personal dead.
To help them in the greater war wherein Julianne Moore has poisoned the world's recreational drug users, the Kingsman join hands with their United States counterparts - The Statesman with Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry and Channing Tatum in what amounts to extended cameos.

While the revival of Colin Firth does get a few cheers going but, the logic with which it's been is blatantly stupid.
You also have Elton John on board, who in fact, has more screen time than Channing Tatum; who mind you, is on the poster of the way. And though the cast is evidently quite strong with the addition of Mark Strong, Pedro Pascal, Poppy Delevingne and Emily Watson (a two time Oscar nominee), it is simply wasted dreadfully.

Spanning over almost 2 and a half hours, the movie by the end simply turns into a pitiful parody for which I give it 1 Shor on 5!
Don't waste your money. Cheers.

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