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Title :Kick-Ass 2 (2013)
Release : 14 August 2013 (UK)
Language:USA | UK | Japan
Runtime: 1h 43min
Genre :Action, Comedy, Crime
Stars :Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz, Christopher Mintz-Plasse
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Kick-Ass 2 (2013) review
Since “Kick-Ass 2” is the final superhero movie of the summer, a sigh of relief should be savored.
Unfortunately, this amped-up adolescent dreamscape of violence sends the costumed-freak season out on a super-juvenile note. The film’s heroes have no powers, but that doesn’t help make this comedy-action flick any more bearable.
Juvenile power, of course, is the whole point of “Kick-Ass 2” — in which, like the first “Kick-Ass” from 2010, the wit begins and ends with the title.
Here, high school bad-guy-basher Mindy Macready (Chloe Grace Moretz) has perfected her abilities as New York crime fighter Hit-Girl, skipping ninth-grade classes to hone her skills. But Kick-Ass, aka Dave Lizewski (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), is worried about donning his green-and-yellow jumpsuit after his exploits kick off a wave of vigilante imitators.
Dave pushes Mindy to become a team, which she resists. Meanwhile, Chris D’Amico (Christopher Mintz-Plasse), the spoiled rich kid formerly known as Red Mist, reinvents himself as a villain called the Motherf—er. He and his team of psychos — they look like rejects from the Halloween parade, or a Comic-Con brain trust — set out to destroy Kick-Ass.
So Kick-Ass joins his own oddball group, called Justice Forever, led by an ex-Mafia enforcer-turned born-again Christian named Colonel Stars and Stripes (Jim Carrey). They all face off in a massive battle in a warehouse.
Carrey’s Long Island-accented toughie is a pleasant diversion in “Kick-Ass 2.” He’s smirky, dangerous and looks like he’s been through hell. Carrey — who hasn’t publicized the movie since he changed his mind on its free-flowing bloodshed — coils his energy up like a grenade. Clark Duke, as Dave’s pal, adds another grace note, and a giant villainess called Mother Russia goofily looks like Dolph Lundgren in drag.
Mintz-Plasse, though, is annoying as usual, and the made-by-and-for-fanboys feel is irksome to non-Marvel purebloods.
Moretz, a consistently intriguing young actress, does a lot with Mindy’s journey, while Taylor-Johnson, a dull actor, has the geek thing down. But the movie is full of itself and head-crushingly repetitive: pose, sling snark, punch and stab in slow-mo. Repeat.
The meta-satire hits you over the head until not just your Spidey sense is tingling.