I like how Kick-Ass himself actually sucks at anything regarding saving people, and really is just saved by everyone else. I also like Red Mist wasn't actually part of the main heroes, and is somewhat more of a villain, despite not really wanting to be so. I find it odd that we never saw who the hell that was at the beginning that jumped off the building.
It was somewhat refreshing to see a little kid get in on the action - both getting and receiving a beating. Not because I want to see kids get hurt, but it seem like some sort of taboo in movies, and that always bothered me.
The movie was different than what the trailer led me to believe what the movie was about. It was violent and corny but overall not to bad of film. I liked Nicholas Cage in it and like the end fighting scene with the girl. Can't say I ever seen that happen before.
It went from funny to shocking in a second.
Really confuses the emotions.
The lead guy, Aaron Johnson, MMM!
I first saw him about 2 years ago in a program that was done here that only made it online, called Nearly Famous.
Then he was in a film Angus, Thongs and Full Frontal Snogging.
Good ole British guy!
I saw this today, and loved it!
I went in expecting to watch a goofy movie about wannabe superheroes, figuring it would be a good way to kill a couple hours. I got much more than I bargained for - it had the perfect blend of humour, action, and drama, with wonderful acting (particulary the actress who played Hitgirl. She portrayed the part incredibly well).
I definitely recommend seeing this movie.
Hilarious. And I love that that little girl's character is causing such a stir. I unfortunately heard a lot about her character before seeing the film and was let down by how little she cusses in comparison to the reaction it was getting.
I'm definitely looking forward to the sequel and hope it isn't just some raunchy version of Spy Kids.
I saw it today, definitely a candidate for the essential Generatrion Y movie (like what Dazed and Confused is to mine). It was a great film, and yes, I'm another huge Hit Girl fan now. I'm totally okay with a tween saying the C word in that context, that kid can get away with saying whatever she wants.