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Martin 'Bytrix' Caine
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Friday, July 23rd 2010 / Blog

Kick Ass - Movie review

Just watched Kick Ass with my Wife and thought I may aswell start posting my movie reviews which I've wanted to do for a very long time. The hope is that over the years I'll keep a record of the great (and not so great) movies that I've seen.

Then, when I'm older and want to watch some of the classics I've seen in the past I should be able to read through my reviews and find something to watch.

Now, on to my thoughts regarding Kick Ass;

The movie started out a little slow, introducing us to the characters and the corruption that was rife in their small town for the entire first hour. However there were some funny moments and overall it did feel like it was building up to something.

The second half was pretty exciting and fast paced. Especially the scenes featuring an 11 year old girl, who by the way is a trained assassin and cold blooded killer. Her father (Nicholas Cage) AKA Big Daddy dresses up as Batman and trained his daughter to be a super hero with the intention of going after those responsible for putting him in prison before his daughter was born.

The ending of the film was pretty good, after an action packed final hour it did seem like a fitting end and overall the movie was pretty enjoyable. Definitely one I would watch again in the future.

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