Kick-Ass

Kick-Ass

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Kick-Ass 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
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SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
While the movie did get a little dark and violent, it had some cool fight scenes. And the performances were good, especially Hit Girl.
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aholmes More than 1 year ago
Even though it is a superhero movie, be prepared because Kick-Ass has some graphic scenes and vulgar language. The movie is filled with good comedy, great action, and an exceptional plot. One of my favorite things about the movie is that none of the characters actually had super powers. The setting in the movie is New York City, which is common in most comic books. That is where super heroes are from, big cities where crime is happening on a daily basis. What is also great about the movie is the heroes' costumes. I thought each and every one of them was unique and different from anything I had ever seen. I thought the costume design team did a fantastic job with their work. My favorite costume though was the worn by Red Mist, played by Christopher-Mintz Plasse. I thought he had the coolest costume of the whole movie. I liked his the most because I feel like that's how a teen superhero would choose to dress in 2010. The black and red combination was very cool and his hairstyle was original too. Also, he was the only superhero with his own car and it was a badass one. Another reason why I liked the movie is because to me it was the most realistic superhero movie that I have ever seen. The fact that it was rated "R" made the whole movie. This let the director does everything that he wanted to do without be restricted by "PG 13" guidelines. In other superhero movies, they weren't able to be as violent, gruesome, use mature language, and action because of being rated "PG 13". In Kick-Ass they did not sugar coat anything. I felt everything was portrayed as it would be in real life. That is probably one of the reasons why I liked it so much. The action scenes were some of my favorite in the movie. In some instances, it was a little stretched but you have to remind yourself it is still a movie so there will be some "unreal" things. But even with that I loved those scenes. There was one scene in the movie that was absolutely one of my favorites. I will try to describe as best I can without giving away too much of the movie. I loved the special effects, camera angles, camera views and lightings and the overall scene set up. I had never seen anything like that before. I cannot say there were many things that I disliked about the movie. The few things I didn't like I am not able to say because then that would be giving away the movie and I surely do not want to do that for any who read this. So I will save that until you watch this movie. I hope after reading this review you have found it very helpful. My purpose was to show people what a great, fun, action packed movie this was. Even I thought this movie was going to be weird and dumb when it first came out. But I watched it one night when I was bored and was immediately hooked. I highly suggest buying this movie. If you like action, comedy, and superheroes this is the perfect movie to buy. BUY it!!!
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ziqueeca_dengate95 More than 1 year ago
I loved this movie! I recommend it to anyone
APFuchs_CanisterX More than 1 year ago
4.5 out of 5 Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson), comic book geek and nobody-at-large, always wondered why no one stepped up and became a superhero. People aspire to be doctors and firemen and policemen, so why not also want to be someone else who helped his fellow man? After ordering a green and yellow wetsuit off the Internet, Dave dons the outfit and hits the streets as Kick-Ass, a superhero without powers, training or even a proper motivation to fight crime other than "what if?" The first few weeks are uneventful, and after his first attempt at stopping a car robbery nearly kills him, Dave returns more determined than ever to rid the streets of crime. Soon, after stopping the mugging of a fellow from a gang, Kick-Ass is all over the Internet and soon becomes a citywide celebrity. Little does he realize he's not alone. Enter Big Daddy (Nicholas Cage) and Hit Girl (Chloe Moretz), a father-daughter team of real-deal vigilantes with a thirst for blood and matching guns to boot. Their mission? Take out the D'Amico crime family, their leader, Frank D'Amico (Mark Strong), having been personally involved with Big Daddy long ago and robbing him of the one he loved. Soon Kick-Ass, Big Daddy, Hit Girl and newcomer Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) are locked in a war that, hopefully, only the good guys survive. It's guns, action, comic books and bubble gum in this adaptation of Mark Millar and John Romita Jr.'s graphic novel. This movie is crazy. A good crazy. A special kind of crazy. I knew from the previews I was in for a different kind of superhero flick and, man, that was what I got. This was fresh, exciting, fun and new. Most superhero movies stick to a formula (origin of the good guy then the bad guy, a few tussles along the way leading to a big fight in the end, the stuff in between usually dramatic bits starring the hero in his personal life). With Kick-Ass, though there were those basic elements to it, the one thing that was really hammered home over and over again was the idea that, yeah, Kick-Ass was functioning in the real world. One with guns, knives, average fighting skills and no body armor. Some folks might think the violence in this film was overdone. Personally-despite a few exceptions-I didn't think so. You try doing the superhero thing in real life in a place like New York and see what happens. I also really liked how they dragged that fantasy of being a superhero into our reality and proved, really, that it wouldn't work. Kick-Ass went up against real bad guys. Ones without mercy. Without care. They'd kill their own mothers if they had to. The lack of a costumed supervillain also helped this movie and ensured the focus was kept on the good guys. I particularly liked Big Daddy's and Hit Girl's origin. It was simple, yet bittersweet and, if anything, really showed that despite being off his rocker, Big Daddy really loved his little girl and only wanted the best for her. This movie was fantastic start to finish. The writing, the action, the realism-true cool. My only thing was the profanity. I don't live in New York, but that was a lot of swearing and if people really talk like that in NYC, man, I feel sorry from them. (But, hey, I'm just a Maple Syrup-guzzling Canadian so what do I know?) If they don't, perhaps the writers can pull back a bit on the wagging tongue for the next one. Looking forward to the sequel. A.P. Fuchs Canister X
SuperGeekFB More than 1 year ago
I saw the movie in theaters and it was the best definetly going to pre-order
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