'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Spoilers: Is There an End Credits Scene?

Saturday, 23 Sep, 2017

Julianne Moore plays a psychopathic drug baroness who keeps Elton John as a pet, has one of her henchmen fed into a meat-grinder, and then fries him up into a burger. You kill of a loved character and I don't think he wanted to cheat so he meant it at the time.

The Golden Circle, as the over-informative trailer has probably already shown you, re-unites the survivors of the original film - Taron Egerton, Mark Strong and, surprisingly, since we saw him apparently get his head blown off, Colin Firth - and sends them to the U.S. - cue Jeff Bridges, Halle Berry and Channing Tatum for reasons which make little narrative sense, but which will no doubt provide the boffo box-office this franchise is going to need to survive. When the entire Kingsman network is almost wiped out within the first few minutes of the film, Eggsy and Merlin (Mark Strong) set out on a quest to avenge the attacks.

"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" is rated R for sequences of strong violence, drug content, language throughout and some sexual material; running time: 141 minutes.

When the movie does need to get a little more emotional, it plays on the father-son dynamic between Eggsy and his teacher, Harry Hart (Colin Firth).

"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" premiered in the United Kingdom on September 20.

Senior Statesman Agent Whisky (Pedro Pascal) accompanies Eggsy and Harry in their attempt to take on Poppy.

In the name of diplomacy, I respect the decision of anyone who hasn't yet seen The Golden Circle from committing to naming J.B.'s turn in The Secret Service as the very best fit of acting the Kingsman franchise will ever display.

The movie released this Friday to mixed reviews, with many claiming that though the sequel amps up the zaniness of the first movie, it lacks the energy and the fun of its predecessor.

Comparing his experiences of making the two "Kingsman" films, Mark told the Metro newspaper, "It felt similar but different which is kind of what the film is".

Inspired by Mark Millar's "The Secret Service" comic, the "Kingsman" films look to a spy organization that recruits street kids with potential to become covert operatives. Unfortunately for mustachioed man-babe Pascal, the movie needed a bigger and brasher American counterpart to Egerton's Eggsy than Whiskey, a forgettable, lasso-wielding character. There is shock, laughter, action, a hint of gore and a surface-level moral discourse as the plot chugs along.

Check out what Julianne Moore had to say in the player above and eblow is exactly what we talked about followed by the official synopsis.

Also disappointing are the mistreatment of Roxy (Sophie Cookson) and the fact that The Statesmen, while wildly entertaining, are more set pieces than anything else.