‘Kingsman’ becomes more realistic ‘007’

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‘Kingsman’ becomes more realistic ‘007’

Much anticipated
 
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” premiered Sept. 18.

Much anticipated “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” premiered Sept. 18.

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Much anticipated “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” premiered Sept. 18.

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Much anticipated “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” premiered Sept. 18.

Noah Currie, Staff Writer

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“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is a less serious and more realistic “007.”

It has loads of action, humor, and a great set of characters.

The main character of the film, Eggsy, is a young spy who wants to save the world. The antagonist of the film is Poppy: a ‘50s-obsessed villain who wants to be rich and powerful but also wants the world to know it.

The setting takes place all over the globe from Kentucky to Switzerland.

My favorite character from the film was the president because of the way he handled the terrible situation. The movie has a lot of cool gadgets, vehicles, and glasses.

It has a cast consisting of Channing Tatum, Julianne Moore, Halle Berry, and Elton John.

“Kingsman” director Matthew Vaughn has directed the films “Kick-Ass,” “Kingsman the Secret Service” and “X Men First Class” and I thought all of them were visually appealing, so I would recommend this movie to people who need a movie that they just want to enjoy and don’t have to think about.

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