The thing I appreciate about Kick-Ass 2 is all the violence and swearing.
So sue me.
I love family-oriented superhero movies such as The Avengers - who doesn't? - but sometimes it's nice to see guys and gals in silly costumes go nuts.
Frankly speaking, this is how they should make Wolverine flicks: wall-to-wall nastiness.
The story is about how Kick-Ass (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) joins a new team of makeshift supers led by Colonel Stars And Stripes (Jim Carrey).
Christopher Mintz-Plasse plays Kick-Ass' old pal Chris, who has since become a super villain.
Meanwhile, the beloved Hit-Girl (Chloe Grace Moretz) is just trying to fit in at school.
The story is a bit wishy-washy, but the action isn't. I particularly enjoyed seeing Hit-Girl attack a van full of armed men, and stab a mean lady with broken glass.
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