The blend of animatronic effects and performance capture was pretty good, and Tom Hanks is, well, Tom Hanks, but I overall just kind of thought this was okay. Not awful, but I don’t know if I’ll be thinking about this one a year from now.
Really liked the first ‘Kingsman’ and I enjoyed the second even if it felt messier and not as focused as the first, so I was curious what a prequel to all of that could be.
Personally, I enjoyed it overall. It definitely feels different from the first two, with its overall tone and with its father/son story at the center of it all.
The cast was all great, Ralph Fiennes and Harris Dickinson especially, with reliable supporting players like Gemma…
So glad I was able to see this early in a theater, and at the now-reopened Philadelphia Film Center no less.
This film is loaded with heart, and with too many memorable songs and sequences to count, it’s tough for me to pick a favorite. Anthony Ramos carries the film with ease, the rest of the cast are wonderful as well, primarily Leslie Grace, Corey Hawkins, and Olga Merediz among others, it’s just so wonderful to see so much Hispanic…
I came up with a life hack for Blu-ray collectors who have movies in their collection with cases that are cracked and broken: go to Dollar Tree and buy a few Blu-rays but just for the cases, toss out the discs and cover art in there already and replace them with your own. That’s what I did yesterday, and before I tossed out the disc for this movie, I figured I’d give it a watch just out of curiosity. Famous…