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Kingsman: The Secret Service tips its hat to the Knights of the Roundtable and plays off as a homage to spy films, especially the James Bond franchise. In film style and direction, however, its comic tone and value not only makes it pretty fun to watch, but Kingsman is also quite similar to Matthew Vaughn’s previous directorial efforts such as the first Kick-Ass film and X-Men: First Class.
Tusks were out, discussions on distribution dates were put on the table, and some hard lobbying was done to put our favorites forward to battle it out. As a result, though local movie distribution is still king, we have some very awesome titles sprinkled here and there for everyone’s taste.
This is the last column of 2014! Hope you had a nice Xmas! Seems everybody is been resting this week since there are not a lot of news, but hey we still have things to share!
The trailers for Age of Ultron have been visually fantastic so far and it’s Marvel best effort in those terms at the moment. The problem with these trailer: they’re getting redundant and hearing Ultron’s voice right now doesn’t feel as powerful as it was 3 weeks ago.