Average teenager Dave Lizewski, a comic-book fanboy, decides to take his obsession as inspiration to become a real-life superhero. As any good superhero would, he chooses a new name -- Kick-Ass --... View more >
strong brutal violence throughout, pervasive language, sexual content, nudity and some drug use - some involving children
Starring Aaron Johnson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Mark Strong... View more >
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it was ok . it was on the low side of good. it seemed like it was based on a poor comic book. i did like the idea that they made it in to a game for hero girl
This was a fun movie but definitely not a family rated movie, tons of gratuitous potty mouth and sex in one form or another, very foolish move on the part of the writers and producers.
In spite of that, I would rate this as a good action, adventrue, commedy, science fiction, fantacy type movie. The audiance broke out in laughter a few dozen times. The action, acting, and story line were all very good. In spite of the filthy language and senseless sex, it was a good movie that could have been a great movie and family rated. There was also a lot of violence but I didn't have an issue with that.
Kick Ass was great, Hit Girl was phenominal, I hope they clean it up in the sequels.
When a film is sick and violent, then the permise is held down and nothing comes of it. That's what I discribe "Kick-Ass" a lame violent movie that has nowhere to go but down. A high-school kid puts on a costume and called himself "Kick-Ass" and earlier in the movie is being beaten and stabbed nearly to death. That's not entertainment, that just sick violence. The rest of the movie is no better. there are guns that are big and the death total that keeps on increasing. The violence aren't fun to watch. the only stand out is Hit-Girl played by Chloe Grace Meretz. She the only reason why I'm keeping this movie out of the worst movie of 2010. it was fine at the start of the movie, but when the blood flies, the film falls totally apart.
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