Apparently, a new thing is taking a British-based franchise and place them in America to interact with its American counterpart. They did it with “Fantastic Beast and where to find them” and now they are doing it with the “Kingsman” Franchise.
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” follows Eggys, Merlin, and Roxy as they travel to the United States in order to stop Poppy, not to be confused with That Poppy, who destroyed their every lovely headquarters and killed their leader Harry Hart. They soon learn that Poppy is a member of a secret group bent on taking over the world called “The Golden Circle.” I bet you are wondering who I got all this information from a trailer that is action clips. It’s a little thing called research.
The trailer really doesn’t showcase the acting nor the plot but rather the action in the film. The only really plot information given is when they show the headquarters being blown up. The trailer really doesn’t need to because it’s paying tribute to the old-school spy movies trailers. They didn’t really showcase the plot of the movie but rather just the action sequences and the beautiful women that will star in the movie. That does really well. It’s built up the want to see the movie even more. The only real actual lines are the exposition in the opening to Eggys.
The action sequence was just so amazing in the trailer. The scenes were well done and really amazing how they pulled them off. And the gadgets that are using in the films are really clever and look really badass. Everything about this movie just looks so badass. The movie continues to act like no other spy films we haven’t seen in ages. The classic spy films are what gave us the likes of “Austin Powers.” It’s rather great to see it come back into the spotlight. It also would be interesting to see how original characters from the first film interacts with their American counterparts, especially in this aspect.
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is slated for release on September 22, 2017
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