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KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE (REVIEW)

Catherine Mozo, Student Journalist

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Matthew Vaughn’s film series, Kingsman is back on the big screen on September 22nd. The movie tells a story of how the Kingsmen headquarters was destroyed by a villainous corporation known as the Golden Circle. With the help of Statesmen Agency, they work together to save the world from a drug that contains a blue rash virus. According to Rotten Tomatoes, the film had taken 80,539,837 million dollars at the box office and ratings are fifty percent; both good and bad. Some say that it was the same as the first film while others believe it was entertaining with good performances.

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Guillermo Mozo, a former student at SCPA and now a current student at Morse High School suggest that the second movie was better than the first movie but claims,“It brought things from the first film and was relatable.” He isn’t the only person that believes that the movie is a big hit, Jean Reyes, a student at SCPA who had also seen the film , “I do think that the second one was a little bit more popular, not just because the first one was such a success, but also the actors were cast had big reputations. They are both equally good.” she says “but depends on personal taste.”

Both students claimed that the movie exceeded their expectations, Guillermo’s expectation accessed by the theme, the style of music, and jokes. While Jean assessed that a lot of spy movies follow certain patterns, and claimed that the sequel is better than the first. Kingsmen doesn’t follow that pattern that they are both equally amazing. Also claimed that in the movie Eggsy is the most out of all the characters that experience the most growth, not only because he’s the main character in Kingsman but following his journey from the first to the second movie.

Guillermo Mozo, Freshman

Jean Reyes, Junior

To audience that love action, fans of James Bond and Jack Bauer, or anyone interested in-jokes and reference should definitely see Kingsman: The Golden Circle,  I hope you’re ready for what comes next!

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