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Based on the acclaimed comic book by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar, 2015’s Kingsman: The Secret Service was a crass, tongue-in-cheek tribute to the spy films of the ’60s and ’70s. Co-written and directed by English filmmaker Matthew Vaughn (of Layer Cake, Stardust, Kick-Ass, X-Men: First Class), the stylish and subversive send-up became the filmmaker’s most commercially successful film to date. Enter the highly anticipated sequel, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, a movie so overblown and preposterous that it feels less like On Her Majesty’s Secret Service and more like the deranged lovechild of Austin Powers and Crank. This sequel picks up a year after unrefined street kid Gary “Eggsy” Unwin (Taron Egerton) joined the Kingsman, England’s super-secret spy agency, and saved the world from Richmond Valentine’s neurological wave broadcast. Since then, Eggsy has taken his late mentor Harry Hart’s code name, Galahad, and is living with Crown Princess Tilde of Sweden (Hanna Alström). Things are going great for the suave super-spy …

From the hero’s luxe orange tuxedo jacket to the villainess’s Valentino Rockstud pumps, “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” oozes style (and even offers it for sale). But the visual pleasures don’t end there; for his sequel to “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” director Matthew Vaughn continues his reign as a helmer whose obsession with the look of a film pays off for the audience. However, despite all the beauty, elegance and energy seen on screen, “The Golden Circle” has all the endurance of an Instagram post. Continue reading ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Is Fast-Fading Fun [Review] at The Playlist.

Kingsman: The Golden Circle” is a movie that people are looking forward to. I know this to be true, as I encounter the following strange occurrence on a semi-regular basis: I’ll be perusing good ol’ Film Twitter — as I am wont to do — when I’ll see someone with otherwise good taste give voice to the following inexplicable sentiment: “Gee whiz, am I ever looking forward to that ‘Kingsman’ sequel!” To which the only acceptable response is “Why?” or “Really?” Look, I just don’t get the appeal, alright? Continue reading ‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Trailer: It’s Time For Channing Tatum To Dance at The Playlist.

Neither film, however, could stop domestic summer revenue from continuing to fall as Hollywood and theater owners endured the lowest-grossing weekend of the year to date. read more Source: Hollywood Reporter Box Office

This summer, Netflix wrapped up “Bloodline,” a twisty drama about the black sheep of a prestigious family, who got caught up in drug smuggling. Now, Channing Tatum is gearing up his own drug cartel flick called “Bloodlines,” and yes, they probably could’ve picked a different name. That aside, the project sounds fascinating, based on Melissa Del Bosque‘s upcoming book “Bloodlines: The True Story of a Drug Cartel, the FBI, and the Battle for a Horse-Racing Dynasty,” which tells the story of a rookie FBI agent working in Texas, who stumbles upon a major money laundering operation run by a Mexican cartel. Continue reading Channing Tatum To Star In Drug Cartel Drama ‘Bloodlines’ at The Playlist.

“If you’d like to see a blend of Ocean’s 11 and Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, then Logan Lucky is for you.” The post Logan Lucky Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.

The Bingeworthy Breakdown is an occasional look at new and returning TV shows. An estimated 500 seasons of scripted TV will air in 2017, and we’re here to help you sort the must-sees from the can-skips, because life is way too short, and Peak TV way too crowded, for investing in a show you’re not going to love. This week, we’re going to dive in to Season 1 of Amazon‘s “Comrade Detective,” created by Brian Gatewood and Alex Tanaka, with director Rhys Thomas, starring and executive produced by Channing Tatum, so you can decide if you’re going to give yourself over to as it’s available now on Amazon Prime. Continue reading ‘Comrade Detective’ Is An Odd Satirical Novelty About Communist Propaganda [Bingeworthy™ Breakdown] at The Playlist.

Have you been jonesing for a show featuring the disembodied voices of Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt? If so, you’re in luck with “Comrade Detective,” a 1980s-set Romanian cop comedy spoof series about a pair of police offers working to save their Communist comrades from the evils of Capitalism. A co-production between Amazon Studios and A24, the series from screenwriters Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka (“The Sitter”) is presented in Romanian and dubbed in English, true to the way a Romanian show would have been during the time. Continue reading Channing Tatum & Joseph Gordon-Levitt Lead All-Star Cast In Trailer For Amazon’s ‘Comrade Detective’ [Watch] at The Playlist.