Kick-Ass

So, it’s finally out in theaters. That hyper-violent, uber-hyped, hypnotically action-packed movie that everyone’s been talking about. With a cast of soon-to-be-knowns (and Nic Cage) and the direction of Matthew Vaughn (Layer Cake), and not to mention the deep-seated sardonic nature of Mark Millar, Kick-Ass is ready to take on the world. According to the television commercials, everyone loves it. According to the critics and the blogosphere, everyone else is going to love it, too. According to yours truly, it’s a pretty exciting ride.

We’re missing the important question here, my friends. Once a movie opens, it’s no longer about what critics such as myself or the marketing would say about the movie, it’s about what you think. Because after opening weekend, it’s word of mouth that feeds the wolf. And that wolf must eat, because in this case he’s got teeth. And the only way to escape these horrible late-night metaphors that I’m spewing is to answer the following question in the comments section below:

What did you think of Kick-Ass? Give us your own review…


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