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Kingsman: The Golden Circle

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An independent international intelligence agency of the highest prudence grade functioning, Kingsman, mainly targeted to keep the world safe, was presented to the society by 'Kingsman: The secret service'. There's a new issue that arise in front of the characters of 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle'. Having their headquarters destroyed along with the world that is kept hostage, they face an opportunity to uncover the US allied agency called Statesman which was created at the same time as theirs. This new challenge makes these two superior organizations join their efforts in attempt to defeat the joint enemy demonstrating all their strength and intelligence while saving the world. This is something that Eggsy seems to be got used to
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Lainey Gossip
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September 24, 2017

The length of Kingsman: The Golden Circle makes it impossible to sustain momentum, and though parts of it are enjoyable enough, it wears out its welcome before the third act even begins.
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Sight and Sound
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September 25, 2017

Much, much more of the same - two hours and 20 bombastic minutes of it, longer than almost every Bond except the most recent batch and just as devoid of laughs, though not for want of trying.
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San Diego Reader
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September 22, 2017

If the first played like a simultaneous homage to and parody of Sean Connery's Bond, the second feels like a straight riff on the Roger Moore era: bloated, self-conscious, and smug, with only the occasional flash of nasty wit to put the edge on.
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London Evening Standard
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September 24, 2017

Cruel, spineless, virtually laughter-free and, above all, dull. Even putting the plot to paper makes my head ache.
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BuzzFeed News
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September 22, 2017

If the first Kingsman was a work of lol-nothing-matters provocation with a real mean streak, the second is a work of lol-nothing-matters laziness...
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Splice Today
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September 25, 2017

Like the first one, only more so, and I mean that in just about every sense
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The Atlantic
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September 23, 2017

The movie is too long, too violent, too silly-too everything. Yet for those who enjoyed the original Kingsman, it is a more than adequate second act. To put it another way: First time satire, second time farce.
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The Daily Review/Crikey
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September 25, 2017

High-powered and blinged to the hilt, with a lickety-split pace youngsters might expect of action movies these days - and an amount of visual invention they may not.
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Time Out
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September 22, 2017

If you thought that the anal sex joke at the end of 'Kingsman: The Secret Service' was the funniest bit, you're in luck.
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Tolucan Times
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September 24, 2017

The first was a surprisingly good spoof of James Bond movies. This sequel, however, has no satire, no clever, funny lines; in fact it's almost 2 1/2 hours of nothingness but lots of silly fights and exploding people.
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Slate
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September 22, 2017

[Matthew] 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.
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Rolling Stone
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September 22, 2017

It's James Bond on laughing gas and too much of everything. Those who hated the first film will be double irritated. Screw 'em. True Kingsman fans will appreciate that the sequel lays on the violence, sex and politics three times thicker.
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