The first two acts are pretty engaging, but things tend to drag on too long, so by the third chunk you are ready to go way before the closing credits roll.
It seems that Jeff Wadlow has managed to craft a sequel that is every bit as humorous and action-packed as the first instalment, whilst also writing a screenplay that is both emotionally engaging and ambitiously inspiratio
Jim Carrey may have distanced himself from the promotion of 'Kick-Ass 2' in the wake of the Sandy Hook shootings in the US
Its sequel is about to hit our screens - so of course, CinemaSins' latest target is the original 'Kick-Ass' - and its 74
So I didn’t bring up the subject of Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s wife Sam, something he finds surprising – apparently, everyone
Far from mocking comic book films Kick-Ass 2 falls into the same cliches that the first film roundly mocked. We are now given plenty if emotional baggage for all characters as well as constant references to fallen mentors that cheapen the impact of the satire.
'Kick-Ass 2' appeared to take a kick to the stomach recently, when its biggest star Jim Carrey publicly disassociated himself
Jim Carrey took to Twitter recently to announce he could "no longer support" his new film, Kick Ass 2, because of its high level of violence. Mr Carrey has a history of gun control advocacy: in the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre he spoke out in favour of increased gun control legislation.
News broke yesterday that Jim Carrey has withdrawn his support for Kick-Ass 2, saying that in the wake of the horrifying Sandy Hook elementary school shooting he "cannot support that level of violence". Carrey's new standpoint... could be seen as a problematic conflation of the real-life and the fictional.
Jim Carrey is refusing to be part of the promotion for his latest film, 'Kick-Ass 2', because of its violent content. In