Kingsman: The Secret Service was one of the most pleasant surprises of 2014, a kick ass homage to Roger Moore era Bond that was also completely over the top. The Golden Circle can’t quite live up to the bar set by the first movie but it’s still a fun spy romp as Kingsman teams up with their southern fried American counterparts, Statesman.
When they are systematically taken down by a new villain, Kingsman agents Eggsy, Merlin and Roxy have to get help from their American counterparts, Statesman, to help them save the world.
Charlie Hunnam is the latest actor taking on the role of King Arthur, except this time he’s a cocky, street smart thief who must learn to wield Excalibur to free Camelot from the control of his evil uncle Vortigern in Guy Ritchie’s take on Arthurian legend, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.
The possible “real” inspiration for King Arthur, Artorius Castus leads a group of Roman cavalry who protect Hadrian’s Wall from the invading Saxons.
When someone starts attacking Kingsman, Eggsy (Taron Egerton) and his allies have to join forces with their American counterparts, Statesman, to stop an evil and secret new organization from destroying the world.
From being the first victim of the Alien universe, John Hurt has become go to wise older gentlemen in a number of nerdy franchises like Harry Potter and Hellboy.
It’s a pretty dead week for New Releases, so much so that nothing really warrants being Pick of the Week.
This week the trio of Zach, Brian and Joe talk about Marvel Motion Comics, the most amazingly bad Nicolas Cage performance of all time, pitch ideas for Real Steel and Expendables 2 and talk about one of the most beloved movies of all time, Top Gun, in honor of it’s 25th anniversary.
Starz is looking to recreate their wild success with Spartacus by applying the same treatment to King Arthur with their upcoming series, Camelot.