KICK-ASS 2 movie review

when Kick-Ass (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) and Hit Girl (Chloe Grace Moretz) continue to fight criminals in the neighborhood, the two of them inspired other citizens to give justice to the oppressed by wearing their costumes and chase after evil-doers. but Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse) is planning to give his revenge and inviting an army to a war between criminals and vigilantes.
in this movie, Kick-Ass is joined with more superhero vigilantes, Col. Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey), Dr. Gravity, Night Bitch, Insect Man, Battle Guy and a couple finding justice for their lost son, in fighting crimes. on the Marvel and DC parallel universe, you'll notice Captain America, GI-Joe and other superheroes alike, less their mutant powers.
presentation of the comedy and action is in its brave language. language obscenity, cursing and violence make it in the sense that it is really so good. racism and bullying as many could have been experienced in real life. that's what makes it unadvisable for audience under 16. it was just at this movie that looks fit for young audiences but the gruesome scenes makes it suitable only for adults. you'll love it more than the first, i assure you.

KICK-ASS 2 is distributed by Solar Entertainment Corporation, opening August 14.

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