Tag Archive: British

Review: “Kingsman: The Secret Service”

As a sly and self-aware homage to beloved spy films past and present, and as a slick and stylish action thriller with a definite subversive streak, “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is easily the most fun to be had at the box office so far this year.

Review: “Paddington”

Director Paul King and screenwriter Hamish McColl’s big screen version of one of Britain’s most beloved characters from children’s literature is a charmer from beginning to end.

Clueless Movie Reviews: “The World’s End”

The World’s End is occasionally hilarious, and features a madcap performance from Simon Pegg that could be his funniest in a lead role. But it also drags towards its oddly unsatisfying finish, much like a pub crawl with one too many stops.