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Summary: Inspired by his love of comic books, high school student Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson) decides to transform himself into a masked crime fighter -- a decision that eventually thrusts the teenager into Internet stardom. Soon, Dave's antics inspire a wave of would-be heroes to don costumes and live out their superhero fantasies.
This was an over the top, bloody, profanity laced comic book/martial arts movie that was fun and entertaining.Chloe Moretz as Hit-Girl was both cute and endearing (when she wasn't being Hit-Girl) and sadistic and foul mouthed (when she was being Hit-Girl) and really made this film what it is.
Hey "Scary Movie" team, take a look at "Kick-Ass" thatīs the way a parody has to look like. Kick Ass never takes itself too serious but on the hand it strikes with some really cool fight- and action scenes. Nicolas Cage is quiet cool as an weapon obsessed super hero and the other actors have potencial, too. all in all a recommendable comeady flick!
"As a subversive dissection of a genre, the film has no grit or imagination, and as a work of stock wham-bam entertainment, it's a sloppy trifle, merely the latest piece of disposable Friday night mainstream-cinema juvenilia." - Nick Schager
Well paced and directed film about "real life super hero" possibilities combined with a duo of a bit more boosted super activities. I liked more the beginning's Spider-Man kind of connection to the story.
This movie was very entertaining and it seemed to me like Kill Bill Vol 1 but without a lot of the things that make Tarantino great (For example, fantastic dialogue). I did really like it though, except for the fact that Mintz-Plasse reminds me way too much of my annoying cousin....
The premise of Kick-Ass sounded great to me: a regular loser decides he's going to try to become a superhero, but it doesn't quite work out the way he expects it to. What I got was basically a hipster superhero movie. It has pretenses of depth, but in reality ended up turning into exactly what it intended to parody. It has plenty of stylish action and Nic Cage does a note-perfect Adam West, but when the credits came up I just felt empty.