Published: Sat, September 23, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Lassoes $3.4 Million at Thursday Box Office

'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Lassoes $3.4 Million at Thursday Box Office

In the first movie, "Kingsman: The Secret Service", fans got to know the Kingsman as a secret spy agency responsible for keeping the world safe from despicable bad guys.

Speaking to guests from the Colombo film and arts scene at the reception, the British High Commissioner to Sri Lanka, James Dauris, commented that the film reflects the breadth of talent in Britain's creative industries.

Elton John's foul-mouthed tirades irritate the more screen time he's given.

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Kingsmen: The Golden Circle hits cinemas today. After seeing "Kingsman: The Golden Circle", the wild sequel from the returning team of Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, and director Matthew Vaughn, we realize the argument can be taken further.

Critics have been giving Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle mixed reviews, now sitting with a 49% rotten at Rotten Tomatoes. And the screenplay dwells on Eggsy's ties to his mentor, Harry Hart (Colin Firth), aka Agent Galahad.

They must all now collaborate with members of the shadowy American organisation known as Statesman, whose operatives are named after the alcohol of their choices - Whiskey (Pedro Pascal), Tequila (Channing Tatum) and Champagne (Jeff Bridges). This abundance of star power is handled by having Channing Tatum dip-spit onto the screen and then dance right off again nearly immediately, and by giving Jeff Bridges nothing to do but look badass in a cowboy hat for a few scenes.

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For a would-be franchise aspiring for free-spirited adventures, The Golden Circle is mind-bogglingly dependent on the events of the first film. Because who doesn't love Elton John? Poppy's main evil plan isn't even set into motion until more than an hour into the movie, and while it's almost as loopy as the villain's plan in The Secret Service, it sort of fizzles out toward the end, with a very similar twist (along with some muddled social commentary).

Both films were inspired by a comic book by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar. And I think of things for instance like, The Guardians of the Galaxy or the new Thor movie, or indeed, Kingsman. That's in part because the pacing is so spavined; the movie lurches twitchily from set piece to set piece and spends inordinate amounts of time on shots of its sharp-dressed characters slow-motioning into the widescreen frames showing off accessories - thrilling and exceptionally entertaining.

Had they seen the original film and how did they get involved in the sequel? The new film's villain, Poppy Adams (Julianne Moore), preemptively strikes at Kingsman before they could learn of her plan for her global drug-dealing organization, the Golden Circle, to infect millions of people with a virus so she can control the legalized distribution of narcotics (and the antidote to the virus) worldwide.

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