Monday, March 2, 2015

Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)

If video is not shown correctly, you can watch it here. Video is spoiler free. If you want to read my reviews of other Matthew Vaughn movies, you can find X-Men: First Class review here. If everything goes according the plan I will review Kick-Ass next Wednesday.

It is kind of strange to add year 2014 to movie that was just released but movie got limited releases last year and IMDB says it is 2014. So it is 2014.

Kingsman: The Secret Service was surprise for me. I didn't even plan to see it at theater. Then reviewers I follow started to praise it and some even mentioned it in other reviews. Mark of a really good movie. So I had to watch it. I had planned Kvesti on Movies video for this week but it got postponed since Kingsman is current movie and one I will do Kvesti on Movies is not. Next week is also 5 Minutes with Kvesti week since this Friday is premiere of one interesting scifi movie.

Video is bit short and I probably should have said what I didn't like in the movie. There are not many things I didn't like. It is great movie and you should see it. One of the best action movies I have seen. Only thing I could complain is quality of cgi effects. Those felt cheap at times. At one scene they looked terrible. I guess they had to use them in that scene because plot demanded them. In other scenes they could cut in way they didn't need to show cgi.

I have to make one correction to video. I told how trailer didn't show best parts of the movie. Well, the trailer I saw didn't show. Later I have seen ones that show.

I don't know if you could see it in video but I changed the rendering format for this video. On previous format videos tended to be darker than in my editing software. New format looks more like what I see when I edit videos. Another bonus is that they render faster and are much faster to upload to YouTube.

At one point I thought about dedicating this to Leonard Nimoy who passed away last Friday. Kingsman: The Secret Service didn't feel like right movie to do that. So I honored his memory other way.

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