Written October 23, 2014
Kick-***2 kicks SO MUCH ASS! I loved every minute of it. It's darker and more violent than the first one, but there's also a lot of humor in it that balances it out. I love that ultimately the good guys always win. I liked that Mindy explores if she can be a "normal" teenager and Christopher Mintz-Plasse is delightfully evil as the head of the "Toxic Mega Cunts." I love everyone in the movie, especially Chloe Grace Moretz, she ROCKS. I want to see this movie again and again!
Written August 27, 2013
It's was an a oh okay movie. i kind of like it. I'd when in expecting a lot from Kick ***2,
but ended up just getting a little bit disappointed, not enough to dislike it though. i would definitively would re-watch it again if given the chance.
Written August 23, 2013
If so, you'll enjoy this one. My sister and I can't agree on which one was bloodier. I say this second is but she insist there was more bloody things in the first one. The acting was great. Chloe did an amazing job again. The mean girl bit was spectacular. All in all, you will not be disappointed even if you are not a fan of the first one. I hope Hit Girl gets her own movie!
Written August 18, 2013
Kick-***2 was made for a mere $28 million, which seems crazy in today's CGI filled blockbuster era. For what they had, they did a fine job. The movie is entertaining, even if there are some plot errors and major departures from the source material.
Written July 31, 2014
I'll be honest and say KA2 wasn't as good as the first film but that's not a big deal since I also felt the book wasn't as good as the first story either. This one is a bit more over-the-top with the violence and jokes but it still has the charm and flavor that the first film had. Aaron Johnson, Chloe Grace Moretz, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse are all a pleasure to watch again and nail their roles down exceptionally. I really didn't enjoy the way Jim Carrey portrayed Colonel Stars since he was a gruff, serious figure in the book that meant business while in this he's a jovial loon but they did the same thing with Big Daddy in the first movie. Guess that's just how this series treats its most brooding characters.
The story was good, no dragging or slow parts and I really liked how they expanded on the story from the source material by incorporating plot points that was featured in the solo graphic novel "Hit-Girl". No question if you liked the first film you will love this.