Written on: 16/04/2013 by AMcLeod (14 reviews written)
Everyone seems to think Kick-Ass is an amazing movie and that it's one of the best adaptations of a comic book made in a while. Well they can keep thinking that. I personally think this is one of the worst films I have ever seen in my entire life. Not as bad as Inglourious Basterds, but still really bad. First of all, the characters are flat, boring and honestly, down right disgusting and rude. The concept is really cool. The main character is your every day teenage geek named David... (read more)
Written on: 01/10/2010 by eljazz (12 reviews written)
Okay what can I say about Kick Ass that you don't already know? Everybody by now will have heard that it's super funny, super violent and super rude. You'll know that Nicholas Cage has put in a peformance that will make you instantly forgive the last fifteen years of his career. You'll may even have heard that eleven year old Hit Girl is a gift to paedophiles everywhere. Good ol Daily Mail - I wonder if they actually have even seen this movie. I'm not even going to bother addressing how... (read more)
Written on: 11/05/2010 by helruna (36 reviews written)
Extremely funny as it is extremely wrong, the movie features extreme violence and wrong humour that I've not seen in a mainstream movie since Donnie Darko.
The movie comments on how come we find inspiration from super heroes but fail to help each-other. What happens if you decide to become one. Well, think that and then hold the idea of Napoleon Dynamite stepping up for the job.
Our super hero 'Kick Ass', gets implanted with a super skeleton after a rather stupid accident. After doing... (read more)
Written on: 13/04/2010
Enter the next generation of comic-book movies. Kick-Ass is truly a brilliant and original take on a sorely overdone franchise, but if you're looking for a laugh-a-minute flick you've come to the wrong place. Kick-Ass is not for the faint of heart, with humour as black as coal and violence to rival the goriest of horrors. However, it could be that it's all the better for its darkness. http://bit.ly/cV4oAS
Written on: 07/04/2010 by JodieMuggs (7 reviews written)
Well I went to see this film as a second choice as Clash Of the Titans my boyfriend wanted to see was sold out. I have to say it was the better choice, although shockingly graphic in some of the violent scenes, it was packed with very funny moments.
Stupid at times but keeps you engaged if your light hearted and like the new style of comedy coming from the new bread of American film comedy kids.
I always judge a film buy how often I feel uncomfortable in my seat or need to go to the loo,... (read more)
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