Kingsman: The Secret Service
We're taking bourbon to a whole new level of appreciation
In the 2014 film, "Kingsman, The Secret Service", an interesting James Bond like film, a young man (played by Taron Egerton
"Any Channel Can Deliver Eyeballs. But How Many Can Include Hearts and Minds?" - An advertisement by MTV in the July 12, 1993
For me, this has been an interesting year of travels, adventures in distant lands, and new experiences. Wherever I have gone, though, I've taken the opportunity to explore theatre and musical performances, film, art exhibits, and the most intriguing books.
It's one of those sleeper hits, kinda like how John Wick was last year, with a premise and plot so invariably silly and unbelievable that you say, oh wow, this is ridiculous and... kind of amazing?
Michael Vaughn's Kingsman:The Secret Service is like The Shining meets Pygmalion. The movie which lies firmly in the tradition
When it comes to screen spies, 007 is the undisputed distance champion, and where the failed xXx franchise went wrong was in attempting to take the piss out of the old man without first earning that privilege.
The MovieFilm gang is back, and just in time to tackle last week's big news that Sony and Disney have come to an agreement to share Spider-Man.
Speaking to IGN last year, Vaughn said his goal in turning the president into one of Valentine's accomplices was born out
When James Bond rebooted with Daniel Craig in Casino Royale, the blend of old-school spy tale and modern-action sensibility seemed right -- if still a little restrained. Imagine now what would happen if James Bond were put in the hands of someone who was willing to not just rethink the secret-agent film but blow it up all together.