This is a different kind of spy movie. “Kingsman: The Secret Service” (2015) tells the story of a young lad named “Eggsy” whose life was destined to be behind bars, instead follows in his late father’s footsteps to become a spy in the same organization after meeting a Kingsman named Harry. Meanwhile, a villainous tech billionaire Valentine plots to control the global population behavior through his technology. The situation develops in a way that it’s up to Eggsy to save the world. “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is a fun, fascinating movie with good action, great character styling, comedy, gore, and some of the usual spy movie cliches. The cast of Colin Firth as Harry, Taron Egerton as the older Eggsy, Samuel L. Jackson as Valentine makes the chemistry great for this movie. Others include Mark Hamill, Michael Caine, and Sofia Boutella as Gazelle.
I rate “Kingsman: The Secret Service” a 8 out of 10.
On a side note, I recommend watching “Kingsman: The Secret Service” before seeing the recently released “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” (2017).