Kingsman: The Golden Circle (Blu-ray)

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Description

Matthew Vaughn returns to direct this sequel to the 2015 British action comedy 'Kingsman: The Secret Service'. After the Kingsman headquarters in London are destroyed in an explosion, they discover that the organisation behind the attack is the notorious Golden Circle, led by criminal mastermind Poppy (Julianne Moore). As they prepare to travel to America to confront and take down Poppy and her crew, the Kingsmen contact their American counterparts, Statesman, who agree to help them in their quest. Although they have the same agenda - save the world - the Kingsmen and the Statesmen have very different methods and values but they must put these aside and work together if they stand any chance of bringing down the Golden Circle. The cast features Taron Egerton returning as Eggsy, Colin Firth as Harry Hart and Mark Strong as Merlin, with Channing Tatum as Agent Tequila, Halle Berry as Ginger Ale and Jeff Bridges as Champagne.

Product Details

Barcode
6009709160620
Department
Movies & TV
Released
9 Feb 2018
Type
Movies
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Action
Region
Region B
Year
2017
Language
English
Subtitles
English SDH
Sound Format
5.1 DTS MA
Aspect Ratio
2:39:1
Studio
20th Century Fox
Extras
  • Black Cab Chaos: Anatomy of a Killer Chase
  • Kingsman Archives
Runtime
142 min
Age Restriction
16DLV
Trailer
Supply Source
South Africa

Movie

Title
Kingsman: The Golden Circle
Release Year
2017
Running Time
141 min
Language
English
Working Title
Kingsman 2
Alternate Title
Kingsman: The Golden Circle The IMAX 2D Experience
Categories
Action/Adventure / Action / Spies / Spy / Thriller
Synopsis
Eggsy (Taron Egerton) and Roxy (Sophie Cookson) return to action with the rest of Kingsmen when their headquarters is destroyed by a villainous corporation known as the Golden Circle. Faced with the challenge of defeating a formidable opponent with no home base, the Kingsmen discover an allied organization of spies called Statesman, whose cooperation reaches back to the founding of their own agency. The two groups must join forces to save the world in this sequel directed by Matthew Vaughn.
Cast & Crew
Director
Matthew Vaughn
Star
Halle Berry / Taron Egerton / Colin Firth / Julianne Moore / Mark Strong
Co-Star
Jeff Bridges / Gordon Alexander / Keith Allen / Hanna Alstrom / Mark Arnold / Tobi Bakare / Tom Parker Bowles / Shannon Bream / Kaye E. Brown / James Clayton / Nicolas Colicos / Sophie Cookson / Samantha Coughlan / Poppy Delevingne / Alessandro DeMarco / Calvin Demba / Lena Endre / Martyn Ford / Joe Gallina / Michael Gambon / Paul Giddings / Grant Gillespie / Bjorn Granath / Bruce Greenwood / Bimbo Hart / Bill Hemmer / Edward Holcroft / Tara Hugo / Samantha Janus / Elton John / Mingus Johnston / James Carroll Jordan / Chester King / Tom Benedict Knight / Alastair Mackintosh / Max Mackintosh / Antonio Magro / Iain McKee / Jordan Mifsud / Count Prince Miller / Ammara Niwaz / Pedro Pascal / Carlos Peres / Jeff Ricketts / Stephen Schreiber / Stacey Swift / Channing Tatum / Thomas Turgoose / Emily Watson
Screenwriter
Jane Goldman / Matthew Vaughn
Composer
Henry Jackman / Matthew Margeson
Director of Photography
George Richmond
Hairstylist
Francesca Crowder / Annette Field
Sound
Matthew Collinge / Rob Prynne
Sound Re-Recording
Matthew Collinge / Duncan Craig
Stunt Coordinator
Bradley James Allan
Set Decorator
Rosemary Brandenburg
Post-Production Supervisor
Iain Mackenzie
Production Manager/UPM
Michael Killoren / Iain Mackenzie
Animation
Viola Baier / Felipe DeLanteuil / Juan Alejandro Gomez / Heng Gao / Martin Lanzinger
Supervising Art Director
Grant Armstrong
Movie Critics
Empire
4 stars out of 5 -- "Vaughn keeps things impressively kinetic, gymnastic and focused. Presented in seemingly single takes, each brutal fight sequence involves a single camera fluidly whirling, pivoting and crash-zooming through the carnage..."
Dan Jolin (18 Sep 2017, )
The Guardian
"[The film doubles] down on the qualities that marked its predecessor out from the superspy pack: more star-filled, more gleefully grisly, and reaching new heights of skyscraping silliness."
(18 Sep 2017, )
Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "Inventively shot and breathlessly paced, it’s an energising opening that’s brimming with Bond-turned-up-to-11 gusto, swagger and gadgetry."
Total Film Staff (15 Sep 2017, )