Releasing Date: 16 August 2013 (USA)
Director: Jeff Wadlow
Writers: Jeff Wadlow
Stars: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz,Christopher Mintz-Plasse
Unable to spend the summer without movies superhero . And the year 2013 has been spoiled in capes and super natural powers. But the most anticipated was certainly exhilarating comedy fake superhero : “Kick -Ass 2” . Why ? Because the first episode was howling with laughter or horror the public mood strongly dependent on his affection for the second degree and the violence used by the character of Hit Girl , a blond and frail girl trained as a soldier jihad by his father.
In short, it takes the same – exactly the same – and again: a Hit Girl too hefty in combat and weapons training , a Kick -Ass a little spotty palot who still do not know how to fight , and a nasty little boy who wants revenge . Shaken well , it adds a few scenes gratuitous violence , a romance with a redhead dressed as Tank Girl , some scatological jokes, well developed muscles : and you get the new “Kick -Ass” .
Then of course we have a good time , even if the scenario takes on a pack of cigarettes. The proliferation of superhero leaves less room for our frizzy heroes , villains are always ridiculous and cartoonish, the performance of Jim Carrey goes all in is unnoticed, and as you might expect the true heroine is Chloe Moretz . So, one might ask : is this the return of girl power , the influence of ambient neo- feminism, or just a good shot to give relief to the antihero who gradually lost its flavor … Anyway we predicted a bright future for the young American in particular for its future advertising : Given the close-ups made on its perfectly smooth face and fringed lips, she could do much advertising for Neutrogena for Dermophil Indian . It is advised especially not too enquiller movies big budget action at the risk of sacrificing his soul and credibility on the altar of God Hollywood.