Best Movie Ever

By jessiwoody
Written August 18, 2013
This movie was amazing. It starts right off with excitement and laughs. You get the bloody fights scenes, which are always best when approached with a somewhat comedic air (15 year old Hit girl "kill(s) a man with his own finger): brilliant!! What makes the movie great is that it has a great blend of violence and emotion. My husband admitted to me that he cried a few times - don't tell him I said that! Bottom line: Hit Girl and Kick ***are awesome. Blood, fun, and emotion... well rounded and well written!
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Worth the money but not as good as the first

By smegs
Written August 18, 2013
KICK-***was a surprisingly good movie that both my wife and I enjoyed so we both wanted to see Kick-***2. 2 was a good movie with all the hyper-violence of the first but with little of the surprises that made the first one so good. I can suspend belief as long as the scenes are consistent with the story line and premise of the movie. The final battle scene really was a bit of a stretch in that regard. The major issue that I had with the movie was that it was a bit slow between the action with little of the comedy of the first. The movie is worth seeing but just don't expect too much.
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Enjoyed the first Kick-Ass?

By Zeruxdude
Written August 16, 2013
Kick-***2 is a good sequel to the first movie, I enjoyed it. I like the new characters ( villains included ) and the growth of the main characters. I want to tell you more but would just have to say go out and support your local theaters and watch a movie!
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All the Fun of the First, But Cage is Missed

By Geek Soul Brother
Written August 16, 2013
Fun, Violent and Fun again. If you like the first KICK-ASS, you should like this one also. But I have to say that Nicolas Cage added something to the original. His oddball parenting was missed. On the other hand, Jim Cary as Colonel Stars and Stripes was enjoyable. Chloe was given much more emotional room as struggling teen. Taylor-Johnson was good, but I still feel he's a mis-cast. Mintz-Plasse was convincing as a whinny rich wanna-be super-villain. And I liked Chestnut as surrogate father of Hit-Girl, though his character was naive to some of the teen-killer's tricks. Directing was decent. No slow moments that I can recall. Leguizamo had a nice role, and the supporting cast did their jobs in general. But Olga Kurkulina as Mother Russia stole the show a couple times. Wouldn't want to meet her in any dark ally. Filmmakers added some emotional beats to the story, but I don't think they brought anything that out did the first. GEEK SOUL BROTHER gives it 3.75 OUT OF 5 COSMIC AFROS.
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Not as good as the first, but worth a watch.

By qdaw99
Written October 19, 2013
Kick ***2 reminds us of the sophomore slump musicians experience. They put out that first great album that you can't stop playing then that second album comes along and you feel like it was rushed and of less quality than the first. Kick ***2 had that feeling in some regards. There was more action than the first and more comedy but it left me feeling like I wanted more. I'd still say go see it, but I just don't want you to get your hopes up too high.
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