The KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE is brash, ballsy, violent, clever, funny, smart, and just downright entertaining. But you shouldn’t expect anything less from Matthew Vaughn’s second directorial assignment of a Mark Millar comic book adaptation, the first being KICK-ASS which had similar tonal qualities. The difference between the two films is that the KINGSMAN is just so much more fun to watch. Colin Firth is Harry Hart (a.k.a. Galahad, his Kingman’s codename), a suave James Bond type who sponsor’s Gary ‘Eggsy’ Unwin (Taron Egerton), a street-wise kid with a chip on his shoulder, to compete in the secret service training program. The strength of the film comes from Vaughn and Jane Goldman’s intricate adaptation.