this movie has the best one liners

taylor sapphirestump’s i needed to do something to feel productive masterpost, seven ish hours after finally giving in to the anons asking for a second one !! have fun kids ok, remember to tag this as food and bookmark for rainy days !!

movies (be sure to check their imdb page for smth that may be triggering)

10 things i hate about you // 21 jump street // 40 year old virgin // 300 // adventureland // akeelah and the bee // aladdin // alice in wonderland // american beauty // american pie // avatar // the avengers // back to the future // back to the future part II // back to the future part III // batman begins // batman: the dark knight // beetlejuice  // black swan // blair witch project // the breakfast club // camp rock // cinderella  // a clockwork orange // cloud atlas // clueless // corpse bride // crybaby // dark shadows // dead poets society // django unchained // donnie darko // easy a // edward scissorhands // the emperor’s new groove // eternal sunshine of the spotless mind // fantasia // fight club // forrest gump // freaky friday // girl interrupted // grease // hairspray // the hangover // harry potter masterpost // heathers // the help // high school musical // hocus pocus  // home alone  // horror movie masterpost // how to train your dragon // the hunger games // ice age // inception // indiana jones and the temple of doom // indiana jones and the last crusade // iron man // jackass // jaws // juno // jurassic park // kick ass // leo dicaprio masterpost // les miserables // lilo and stitch // the little mermaid // lolita (tw rape, pedophilia) // madagascar // mean girls // men in black // mulan // monsters inc. // monsters university // monty python and the holy grail // musicals masterpost // napolean dynamite // nick and norah’s infinite playlist // nightmare before christmas // oz the great and powerful // paranormal documentaries masterpost // the parent trap // perks of being a wallflower // peter pan // pitch perfect // the princess and the frog // the princess bride // pulp fiction // rocky horror picture show // romeo and juliet // scott pilgrim vs. the world // school of rock // shrek // sixteen candles // skyfall // snow white // the social network // space jam // studio ghibli masterpost // the suicide room // super 8 // suckerpunch // tangled // titanic // teen movie masterpost // trainspotting // toy story // toy story 2 // toy story 3 // v for vendetta // wall-e // wreck-it ralph // zombie movies masterpost // zombieland


this site has a lot of stuff and this one has like every anime ever


cruelty-free cosmetics // foundation // 5 best foundations // best powder foundations // how to use liquid foundation // contouring // contour diagram // how to use bronzer // highlights tutorial // how to contour // blush // the right blush for your face shape // how to apply blush better // skin care // how to wash your face // wash your face correctly // facials // diy facial // types of facials // eyeliner // make your own gel liner // how to do winged eyeliner w/ tape // tips and tricks // styles of eyeliner // eyeshadow // the right eyeshadow for your eyes // smoky eye // how to apply eyeshadow // lashes // how to apply fake eyelashes // tips for beautiful lashes // eyebrows // brows for your face shape // guide to perfect eyebrows // lips // a shade for the occaision // lipsticks for blondes // gradient lips // how to make your lipstick look matte // lipsticks for fall // lipstain with kool-aid // infamous crayon lipstick post


cheap clothing sites // ways to tie a scarf // visual guide to (everything?) // loads of neat clothing websites // clothes for people in wheechairs // plus-sized clothes // more clothing websites // cute shirts with cats on them ? // shoe dictionary // how to wear x thing


breakfast // no-bake energy bars // vegan french toast // banana pops // breakfast wrap // fairy porrige // vegan pancakes // spinach and eggs // baked eggs with red sauce and greens // honey butter chicken biscuits // chocolate waffles // pizza omlette // cinnamon sugar french toast sticks // no stove pancake mug // cheesy bagels // whole wheat greek yogurt pancakes // lunch and dinner // pizza bites // some type of tasty looking casserole ? // parsely pesto pasta // stuffed aubergine boats // sausage and mushroom risotto // tortilla soup // deep dish chocolate chip cookie (this can SO be dinner shut up) // crab cakes // blue cheese drop biscuits // coconut chicken soup // cowboy steaks // asian chicken bites // chorizo oil prawn linguine // grilled egplant and roasted red pepper sandwich // ten commandments of PASTA // asparagus white bean pesto pasta // crossaints + words i cant spell // snacks // spice up your hot chocolate // butterbeer recipe // 100 cal snacks // snacks for clean eating // sweet potato fries // peanut butter milkshake // strawberry banana ice cream // cinnamon carrot chips with honey yogurt dip // parmesan roasted broccoli // greek salad skewers // dressed up popcorn // buffalo chicken dip // baked apple chips // fried sweet plantains // coconut milk whipped cream // zuccini + cheese // fruit dip // dessert // ice cream sandwich // magic cocoa recipe // triple chocolate mousse cake // cake batter ice cream // mini chocolate chip muffins // easy baked doughnuts // chocolate pie // almond joy smoothie milkshake // raw strawberry cheesecake // white chocolate mousse cupcake // toasted coconut chocolate chip cookies // cinnamon rolls (gluten free) // mug cakes // mini pumpkin cheesecakes // more cupcakes // red velvet chocolate swirled brownie bars // chocolate and pomegranate cake

mental and physical health

a guide to hair pulling and skin picking // find your prescriptions for the lowest price // discreet and disguised pill boxes // guide to real ocd // party drugs and emts // the sex ed guide you needed in high school // this cute app reminds you to drink water // meditation // contraceptives masterpost // how to do cpr // a masterpost on dealing with mental illness, abuse, etc // how to do yr monthly breast check // what to do (and not to do) when somebody is having a panic attack // african black soap (super cheap, and it’s SO amazing for acne) // a visual guide to migraines // an acne chart // the cold and flu infographic // sleep aid resources // ocd masterpost // yoga for period cramps (tw: cissexism) // how long to nap // this post is really nice for self care wow // what to expect from your first gynecologist appointment // how to make a doctors appointment // how to get free therapy


lazy girls workout // huge workout masterpost // yoga poses at your desk // FitTube // bikini body workout for at home // ultimate workouts for yr booty // 27 squat variations // tips for a ‘sexy back’ idk // yoga masterpost // how to push ups without, like, breaking your arm // burn calories without the workout (NICE) // seven minute home workout (no equipment) // two minute pre-shower routine // super mega workout masterpost // yoga poses to increase yr flexibility // weekly exercises to do in your room // more workouts to do wow // tighten yr abs // before school yoga

general life tips

how to not kill your plants // how to not kill your succulents // writing jobs // make your damn appointments // how to blacklist triggers //  masterpost of being an adult // bullet journaling // how the stock market works (plus how to invest) // lifehacks masterpost // how to conduct interviews // extension for reading w/ dyslexia, adhd, etc //  a guide to having an apartment // how to thrift // how to buy a car // guide to LIFE // stress relief // super cheap fidget toys //  general bra guide // what tea you should be drinking // how to fix broken makeup // helpful website masterpost // buy your own damn groceries // tips for first time fliers // visual guide to food stuff // ways to take a break // how to google x thing // how to remove sharpie from y thing // when to buy things cheaper // nowyouno masterpost // how to store yr groceries // resume cheet sheet // how to re-record your voicemail // how to do taxes (plus what taxes are) // how to vote // write a check and balance a check book // tips for banking (ah) // cheap books


(all of these are masterposts) one two three four five six seven eight


falling out of love // character building // family history // plot a complex nvel in one day (literally all day) // writing diverse south asain characters // punctuating dialogue // tips for science fiction writing // tips for writing sex // creating a new language // naming characters // how not to write // pixar’s tips for storytelling // avoiding writing insecurity // how to use a semicolon // how to make yr protagonist likable // why character motivation is important // 41 emotions expressed through body language // how to write flashbacks // chapter checklist // questions to ask when creating a fictional culture // how to write action scenes // self imposed writing deadlines // characters and endings // writing multiple povs // 16 day redesign challenge // how to get started writing // character development // when not to write // why you should leave comments on fanfic // creating a new world parallel to earth // writing a series // child speech // writing summaries // subtle signs of love // getting published // living in the desert // here’s a masterpost im so tired


annoyingly long but super helpful languages masterpost // how to study for college exams // a neato planner // taking organized notes // how to revise // mega cool masterpost // dealing with exam anxiety // apps to control procrastination // strategic reading // note taking tips // exam life hacks // why the right study setting matters // remembering what pi means // studying daily vs night before cramming // planning and writing literature papers // dealing with school and stress // lil masterpost


huge 'so you wanna go to college’ masterpost // choosing a major // seven hour college health collection // ways to organize yr dorm // cheap things for school // another college masterpost // dealing with a shitty roomate // yet another masterpost // textbooks masterpost // eating healthy in dining hall // apps for school // starting the school year with higher grades and motivation // surviving college // what to do if you think you’ve been drugged // how to prep for college in highschool //

for when yr bored

live sloth feed // learn to do a lot of things (this ones sick) // read any book // these games are so cute // make a font from your handwriting // play the games you played when you were a kid // answer questions to donate food to the hungry // do things with long distance friends // things to help you make things // play tetris // make burgers, ice cream, pancakes, pizza, tacos // your keyboard is a piano // learn to code // watch that bob ross show // some relaxing games //  expand your vocabulary // be hugged // by a book on amazon for one cent // adventure time princess maker // play pokemon // play trivia games // notable cats and dogs // when to take a bathroom break during a movie // weird wikipedia articles // make yr own vitamin water // free indie games // secret door to really cool places // sushi cat game // learn how to do that hipster shit embroidery // plant studio // make a printable poster // wtf should i make for dinner // watch old nick tv shows // final grade calculator // its a pun generator // wikipedia articles to read in the dark // make a cute lil squid // how to make a glitter jar // are you tone deaf // the dress up game masterpost, in which i discovered god is real // make art with sand // see where ppl are instagramming // football players singing // coffee shop sounds // how to lucid dream // 100 things to do

Best Ed Moment #1

Ed’s introductory through season 1 is the best, but it is also strange. He is nothing like how he is portrayed through the final scenes.

He is a slow dim witted kid who loves hanging out with his friends. Ed has an unknown disability, but does not let it get in the way of anything. Even his friends are not bothered by his slowness.

Viewers learn a lot about being different, along with being patient.

Ed loves monster movies, he is not the cleanliest person, but loves his friends. His friends make him who he is. They make him see the brightness when he comes from a dark life.

In canon he is the oldest of the Eds, and acts as a brotherly figure towards his friends.

He also has the best one liners and quotes out of any character. Whenever I have had a bad day Ed cheers me up through his witty optimism.

  • Felicia Day is a delight, as usual
  • I can actually HEAR Jonah, unlike Joel or Mike.
  • Gypsy has a new voice and some of the best one liners
  • The line “If you wonder how he eats and breathes, and other science facts” is said RIGHT over the hall shot… which shows the kitchen, laundry room, bedroom, and so on.
  • IDK I thought it was a nice detail
  • Jonah may have doomed the earth in the first ep????
  • like, 500% more singing than previous series, which is great
  • I’m four episodes in but I’m in love.
  • I like them ending each ep with the worst scene in the movie.
If Suho was a teacher

Requested by: @junyixinqs​ ♡!

Mr. Kim Junmyeon would be the kind of teacher who would be so nerdy and corny and funny that the students would love him to bits, even though they tease him a lot

  • Totally geeks out in class
  • Decorates his classroom with Star Wars posters
  • “But, Mr. Kim, Greedo shot first!”
  • “Do you want detention?!”
  • Has one of those teacher looks
  • Wears glasses on the tip of his nose
  • Reads with funny voices
  • Always dresses professionally
  • All the female students absolutely love him
  • He’s totally oblivious
  • “Mr. Kim, do you offer private tutoring lessons?”
  • “That’s what the student tutoring centre is for, dear.”
  • Cracks jokes that only he laughs at
  • Makes really bad puns
  • Cares for all of his students
  • An approachable professor
  • Will do anything to help his students
  • “I’m sorry to keep you after school, Mr. Kim…”
  • “Don’t worry about it, this is my job.”
  • Students hate to disappoint him
  • Grades students’ work fairly
  • Doesn’t have favourites
  • Actually, all of his students are his favourites
  • Is always excited to teach
  • Tries to make class as fun as possible
  • Thinks the world of his students
  • Has no tolerance for bullies in his class
  • Stays late to get his work done
  • Always on time for class
  • Has a mug that says ‘#1 Teacher’
  • Assigns seating arrangements
  • Likes for his classroom to be in order
  • Gets really excited about Shakespeare
  • Acts out scenes with the students
  • Gets even more excited about Tolkien
  • “After we finish reading the book, we’ll watch the movie.”
  • Brings popcorn snacks when they do watch the movie
  • “You’re the best teacher ever.”
  • “I know.”
  • Eternal groaning from students over Star Wars references
  • Decorates his classroom for the holidays
  • Basically lives behind his desk
  • Uses cheesy one-liners on students who are late
  • Keeps a collection of Star Wars figurines on his classroom’s bookshelf
  • Always has an apple on his desk
  • Students experience major cases of second hand embarrassment
  • Laughs at how the students tease him
  • Still takes his job very seriously
  • Feels proud when his students succeed
  • Inspires the best in his students

Originally posted by britamin-graphics

Why I Loved Zootopia’s Judy Hopps

Very few times do I ever find a character that ends up meaning more to me than a real person would. And when I entered the cinema for Zootopia, I didn’t think this would happen. From the trailers, it seemed like Nick would be the one I loved and Judy one I’d be indifferent with.

Well, well, never was I more wrong.

Not that I don’t love Nick. I love him, but Judy…gosh, I fell in love with Judy from the very first minute. She was everything I loved in a character, and I ended up rooting for her so much throughout the movie. There are plenty of reasons why I love this energizer bunny, but here are my top four:

She tries.

One of the rules of Pixar’s storytelling is that you admire a character more for his/her trying than his/her successes. I’ m well aware this isn’t Pixar, but for Judy, that was the exact reason why I loved her so much from the beginning.

From the very first scene, I fell in love with how determined she was. I was rooting for her to succeed because I saw how much she wanted it – I saw how much she was trying. Even if the world told her it wasn’t possible, that it wasn’t common at all for a bunny to be a cop, she didn’t listen to ‘em. Instead, she held her head up high and said, “Well then, I guess I’ll have to be the first.”

Since that line, I knew I was going to spend the entire movie hoping she succeeded.

She’s clever as heck.

Damn, this bunny is clever. I’m so happy Disney didn’t just make another cute but ditzy heroine like Rapunzel or Anna – man, this girl’s got the BRAINS. I was so impressed with how she got out of certain situations, like when she got Nick to solve the crime with her, or how she got to go inside the car without having to climb the fence.

Also, her training montage clearly shows how she uses her bunnyness to her best ability. She doesn’t give up because she’s small or weak – instead, she uses her abilities as a bunny to succeed.

Not to mention her one-liners are pretty clever. Like that multiplying joke.

She has flaws and makes mistakes.

One of the reasons why I didn’t like Rapunzel or Anna was how…perfect they were. Even their supposed flaws were passed off as cute or quirky. Well, you won’t get any of that in this movie. Judy Hopps is flawed and the movie doesn’t make light of it either. Instead, they use her flaws to create a more wonderful character – and to further preach the themes, of course.

I guess it’s pretty cliché for me to say I love a character for their flaws, but I’ve noticed that the characters people usually hate, I love. I love characters whose flaws and mistakes aren’t brushed aside. I don’t think Judy Hopps is hated (her plushies sold out faster than Nick’s, and for some reason, that actually kind of makes me happy) but I’m glad even she made mistakes. Mistakes that had consequences.

(No spoilers, of course.)

She and Nick have the greatest chemistry in a Disney movie ever.

Okay, so this is more like a bonus reason. But don’t the two have such great chemistry together?! How could you not ship them? (Doesn’t matter if it’s platonic or romantic.)

So there you go, fellow Disney lovers! Did you guys love Zootopia as much as I did?

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I Cross My Heart

Characters – Dean x Reader

Summary – Dean tried to make you feel better after a hard week at work.

Word Count – 1,628

Warnings – None

A/N – Special request from my dear Aileen, @fantasticimpaladoctor​: I noticed your SPN requests were open, and I was wondering if you could write one where the reader has been having a rough week at work and is completely exhausted? So Dean comforts her, makes a bath for her, while he sets up blanket fort where they spend the rest of the day watching movies. Just a lot of fluff and Dean cuddles. :) I love your writings and you’re amazing.

Thank you so much for your request, sweetie!  I hope this is enough fluffy, comforting Dean for you!

Originally posted by sweetpea9873

Your name: submit What is this?

You trudged slowly into the bunker, sighing heavily and beyond thankful that it was finally Friday and you had the entire weekend before you had to go back to work.  

The week had been hell…pure hell.  Murphy’s Law had been firmly in place.  You loved your job, truly.  You were an art teacher at Lebanon High School.  But something had gotten put into the kids’ food this week to make them all wild animals.  It took all of your energy to keep them corralled and working on their projects this week.  

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anonymous asked:

Hey Jax what do you think are the Best incarnations of the Ninja Turtles from the 1987, 2003, and 2012 shows? Like Best Leo, best Mikey, Best Donnie, and Best Raph if that makes sense? Just curious. Love the blog, new follower

Oh sure I dont mind answering this. I’ve answered it before in massive post so I’ll just go off that. 

Lets start with Leonardo

Leonardo 1987: This version of Leo was the charming superhero save the day type. He was always helpful and always wanted to do good things. He also got very carried away with things like readin, playing video games, etc. But he was still a very likable character. 

Leonardo 2003: This version of Leo was probably the most well-developed so far of the 3 versions. He was very serious and focused on his training but when you see the hell he went through you understand why. Hell he gets a permanent part of his shell removed and he is so dedicated to protecting his family you can’t help but feel for the guy. He was also an extreme badass in combat.

Leonardo 2012: This Leo is definitely more like an actual teenager than the other 2. He’s a big nerd and loves anime and star trek knock offs. He is a still a badass though (especially in the season 2 finale). Sometimes he can be a bit of a jerk though but its understandable when your brothers don’t listen to you and other times its cause he IS a teenager and acts like it. Seeing him cope with his injury and overcome it in this season is making me like him more and more and he’s really becoming a Badass

Winner: My favorite is definitely the 2003 Leo still, after you see what he goes through and how he overcomes it I cant help but root for him.

Michelangelo 1987: Okay I’m just gonna say it. I friggin love this Mikey. He’s so likable, he’s so funny and HIS FRIGGIN VOICE! I absolutely love Surfer voices. “CHYAH DUDE COWABUNGA” No one can give a battle cry like this Michelangelo. Cowabunga became a household saying when I was a kid at the beach and pool. The only bad thing I can say about this mikey is the fact they took his nunchucks away in later seasons cause they were “too violent” and replaced them with a grappling hook which was lame.

Michelangelo 2003: I liked the fact this Mikey was one of the most competent fighters out of all the turtles. He was creative and had a spider-man way of talking so much his enemies could not concentrate…especially Raph. Though he had many negative qualities. Don’t get me wrong I love Mikey but this one would always make corny jokes and references and then brag how he is was a champion in an Inter-dimensional tournament. That got really irritating at times.

Michelangelo 2012: Greg Cipes was perfectly cast as Michelangelo. He was born to be him and this Mikey is a pretty fun and a likable dude. The only gripe I have with this Mikey is they make him to be a straight out idiot at times, like he needs someone to hold his hand. That is my one gripe with him. Mikey is my fav and I get that he likes to goof around but he should always have a filter of when its right to and when to be serious. They’ve been fixing that through the season so I’m not too worried and he always comes through in the end.

Winner: Come on dudes it goes to the 80s Michelangelo, To me this is the greatest interpretation of Mikey we’ve had so far and GOD I LOVE HIS VOICE. No one can say Cowabunga like him. I had the biggest Geek out moment when the 2012 brought back the 1987 turtles and we heard Townsend Coleman say his Iconic Cowabunga!! Best Mikey EVER!

Donatello 1987 and 2003: Honestly when I go back and rewatch both series they come off as pretty similar. Though 1987 Donnie wanted to be accepted by the whole world while 2003 Don didn’t and just cared for making inventions to expand his knowledge and to help his brothers. Though 2003 did become a main focus of the later seasons as he was trying so hard to get splinter back.

Donatello 2012: This Donnie is very eccentric and excitable and he’s madly in love with April (eecchhh not a fan of that). He’s always making inventions like the previous 2 but his main focus is to make retro mutagen to stop the Kraang. Honestly some episodes he can really get on my nerves but one episode I really loved him in was the Episode THE PULVERIZER where he was teaching Timothy how to use a Bo Staff and how to train for Ninjitsu.

Winner: to be blunt This is just a Tie

Raphael 1987: This Raph is waaayyy different than the other 2. He’s still cynical but he’s comedic with it. He’s very similar to Michelangelo and is constantly breaking the 4th wall. He also has some of the best one liners in the series. Even though he’s different from the other 2 I like him and later on in the series they tried to make him more aggressive than the others.


Raphael 2003: This Raph was like the Wolverine of the series, Always loved to fight and was constantly training. Also he was such a badass and Mikey called him their secret weapon. He also has that tough Brooklyn accent which I loved they gave the 1st Live Action movie one.

Raphael 2012: This Raph has his ups and his downs to me. On one hand he is one of if not the strongest fighter(s) on the group and is a great asset to the team. But on the other hand this Raph can just be a straight up jerkish bully sometimes and I hate that. I mean some episodes he is a straight up DICK. If he’s angry I get it but I don’t like him picking on his bros the way he does. I know he is growing as a character so I can’t fault him too much and he’s becoming more and more likable as the series goes on. Especially when he was helping Leo after his injury. He does care for his brothers a lot so I still like the dude.

Winner: 2003 Raph because he’s just a badass and he’s a lot like the 1st live action movie raph which was my favorite incarnation of him. Plus he got away with this……


Date Watched: January 1st, 2016.

Rating: 4/5

Review: So, I’m really cynical about vampires and their presence in modern culture. 

I wish you luck in making me believe that Breaking Dawn Part II was the best film of them all (coming from someone who read all of the books out of pure curiosity AND was quite literally dragged to all the movies AND had to hear everyone say this, it was by far the worst in the series… but I digress). After Twilight, Mortal Instruments, and all the others that I’ve failed to mention, why would Vampire Academy be any different?

Well, folks, the simple answer is this: I never felt that Vampire Academy tried to be bigger than it was and it was entertaining enough to make me want to keep watching.

Is it the most successful vampire movie to date? Definitely not. It’s actually probably the least successful, seeing as the movie has only made around fifteen million worldwide and the budget was reportedly thirty million (IMDB). 

However, it’s the most amusing and entertaining to watch out of some that have been released in recent years.

Not only does the movie have some of the best one-liners I’ve ever heard, but Zoey Deutch was fantastic as Rose. The wrong person could have made the humor felt forced, but she pulled it off. Everyone was cast pretty accurately compared to the book (which I also read out of curiosity) and as far as I can remember, the plot was barely changed at all.

That’s not to say that I never rolled my eyes, because there were some eye rolls thrown in there.

Some of the lines and readings are absolutely nauseating (two particular people come to mind, but I won’t point them out seeing as if you see the film, you’ll figure it out on your own). The effects lacked in areas, but it wasn’t enough for me to not be entertained by the film. 

Some noteworthy moments of the movie:

—“Dimitri: Better to beg forgiveness than ask permission
Rose : Yeah, and I put a sedative in her ass.”

—”Rose: How do you say “what a dick” in Russian?”

—”Rose: God, the female - especially one who lives off of blood and magic - is going to have her mood swings. It is never the girl’s fault, even when it is the girl’s fault. No one ever explained that to you?”

—”Rose: Are you nuts? What are you thinking? Trust me, you do not want to get a nose job in Montana!”

—”Rose:  Sorry, It’s not like the drinking of blood is your main source of sustenance. Oh wait, that’s exactly what it is.”

I feel like the upcoming movie Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is going to be very similar to this film, but I’m not sure if the response will be the same yet. Oh, and if you’re sitting there thinking, “Well, if I had a couple of bucks to throw away on another movie, I’d watch it…” Guess what?

It’s available on Netflix.

If you’ve got an hour and forty-four minutes to do something and you’re curious, I say go for it. 


Kingsman: The Secret Service Review

Spy films have come a long way. In the 60’s they were all the rage, with James Bond leading the charge. They were fun, cheesy, over the top and unrealistic. But audiences loved them. Then, towards the end of the 90’s and the early 2000’s, spy films became far less common. The Bourne Identity brought a gritty realism to the genre that not many had done before. And then even James Bond followed suit in the 2006 reboot Casino Royale. With the focus of the genre being suspense, realism and grounded action, that sense of wonder and overall swagger had been lost. One film now means to fix that issue, as Kingsman: The Secret Service, a bloody, vulgar R-rated take on the genre, pushes to prove that both R-rated action film and an old-school spy thriller can be successful. Does it prove that old school is the best school, or is this mission a failure that should be denied of ever happening?

Kingsman: The Secret Service follows Eggsy, a young street-wise London kid. Upon being bailed out of jail by an old friend of his father’s, Eggsy learns that this man, named Harry Hart (played by Colin Firth), is a member of a government espionage division called “Kingsman”. The Kingsman are the best-trained and elite spies in the entire world, and Harry now wants to recruit Eggsy to become one of them. Now, Eggsy must overcome the most grueling training process ever created, and help Harry take down a megalomaniacal billionaire tech developer from killing off most of the world’s population. It’s an old school plot with modern twists and it fits together quite nicely. The film does a good job never going too far with the cheese, while still being both over the top and serious when it needs to.

Taron Egerton plays Eggsy, and he’s actually a really solid lead. I’m never sure how much I’m going to like street kids in films, they’re really hit and miss for me. Some I like, some annoy me to death. Luckily, Eggsy is a really well developed one and Egerton plays him to a T. He’s charming, he’s witty, and he’s a pretty normal kid who just happens to be good enough to become this insane spy badass. Egerton does a great job in all aspects though. He’s funny when needed, emotional and relatable other times. He’s a great lead and I hope he gets more work after this.

Colin Firth plays Harry, a.k.a. Galahad. Harry is the old-school, James Bond type badass. He’s really polite and proper and respectful, but then Firth proves he can hold his own because then he turns around and does some really impressive fight scenes. Liam Neeson is not the only Oscar-winning drama actor turned aged badass anymore. Firth is really lovable, and I’m so glad to hear that he wants to come back for a sequel. Overall, he’s a really strong co-lead and I can’t wait to see more of him.

Samuel L. Jackson plays Richmond Valentine, the villainous tech developer. Jackson does a really odd performance in this movie. He’s really likable and funny, because he pretty much just plays Samuel L. Jackson as always and it’s great. But he has a weird lisp in the movie that really threw me off and kind of got annoying towards the end. Overall though, he was a strong villain with some great menacing moments and some good jokes.

The rest of the cast is really good too. Mark Strong as Merlin is surprisingly very funny, Michael Caine pretty much just plays himself and does well regardless. Sophia Cookson who plays Eggsy’s co-agent-in-training was really good, despite how little she got to do. Mark Hamill has a really good supporting role that was fun to watch, and Sophia Boutelle as Gazelle, the amputee henchman for Valentine who is equipped with swords for legs, is really awesome in that Oddjob style like in Goldfinger. It’s just a really solid cast and I’m glad it has as much talent as it does. It makes ‘Kingsman’ pretty unforgettable.

The action scenes in this movie are some of the best blockbuster entertainment we’ve had in a few years. Every fight or shoot-out is insanely well choreographed, they’re all exciting and fun. Many have a lot of good visual jokes or one-liners throw in to make it feel like that old-school style the film has going for it. And the production value on both these fights and the whole film looks really top notch. You can tell this was a film that everybody brought their A-game to, and it makes the film much better than it may have turned out without such a dedicated cast and crew.

In the end, Kingsman: The Secret Service is an excellent old-school spy romp. It respects a lot of traditions in the genre, but isn’t afraid to be more mature with the gore and language. It’s entertaining as all hell, it deserves every bit of praise it gets, and definitely deserves a sequel. I would buy this at full price in a heartbeat, you definitely aren’t wasting your money with this. The cast is great, the action is fun, and it all looks really polished and vibrant. It’s an amazing film that will probably go down as a classic, and it’s undoubtedly still one of the best of 2015. If you have any doubts about it, give it a watch and I promise you you will not be disappointed. Now, we just need 20th Century Fox to greenlight the sequel and we’ll be all good. I just don’t want this being the next sequel-less masterpiece like Dredd.

*The title gif is mine. The rest are not*