Kick-Ass 2 Red Band Trailer

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Kick-Ass 2′s red band trailer has arrived, and as expected it’s full of dirty goodness. I can’t wait for this film to come out! Chloe Grace Moretz is a few years older now, so will her character’s foul mouth be just as amusing as it was in the first film? Most likely! And Jim Carrey  always puts on a great performance, and he’s barely recognizable as Colonel Stars and Stripes. Overall things are looking good for this sequel to be just as good, if not better than, the first. Kick-Ass 2 kicks theaters’ asses August 16, 2013.

This is the Action Flick Chick, and you’ve just been kicked in the ass!

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    I loved the first one and have been waiting for this with great anticipation! When I saw it on Comcast On-Demand I immediately rented it. Like most sequels, this wasn’t as good as the first and it’s hard not to make comparisons to the first movie.

    The first thing I noticed was the lack of a good soundtrack that went with the first movie. Scenes like Hit-Girl whooping ass to Joan Jett’s “Bad Reputation”, or the old Banana Splits song “Tra La La” Song totally made the first one awesome for me. The soundtrack was as important as the characters.

    As the movie was unfolding I kept waiting for some funny/rocking music to play. Unfortunately, I was pretty let down that they didn’t spend the money to acquire some interesting/funny/rocking songs for this movie.

    Then the plot was sort of handicapped by the fact the characters had matured. I felt the actors all did a good job, but the built in humor that came along with an innocent naive Kick-Ass character getting his butt beat, or the irony of a 10 year old foul mouthed girl killing someone with the same zeal she would pursue a boy band with was gone.

    I think they spent a little to much time developing the idea of a group of super hero’s and and not enough time developing Kick-Ass & Hit-Girl characters. Overall, I liked it, and I’m sure most will… It just wasn’t as fresh and new as the original.

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