Kick-Ass 2010-03-22 ( current )

7.1 /10
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Dave Lizewski is an unnoticed high school student and comic book fan who one day decides to become a super-hero, even though he has no powers, training or meaningful reason to do so.

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I thought this movie was a super comedy movie but I was wrong. I didn't know it was a pretty serious movie with real killings and stuff. It was like Kill Bill minus the really gross things. It was not a silly movie after all. The character Kick-Ass was pretty stupid. I mean a high school nobody trying to be somebody. Of all the things he could think of, it's being a super hero. And then there's Big Daddy and Hit Girl who had the real stunts. Their characters were pretty funny. I mean I can't think of any words to describe Nicolas Cage's character. A good daddy who doesn't know how to bring up a girl. And then there's Chloe Moretz. Wow. She did all the action in the movie. I mean this girl is only 13 years old. I'm a fan. And then there's Red Mist who I think is very silly like Kick Ass as well. My rate for this movie is A.

  • Aaron Taylor-Johnson
  • Chloë Grace Moretz
  • Christopher Mintz-Plasse
  • Nicolas Cage
  • Mark Strong
  • Matthew Vaughn (Director)
  • Jane Goldman (Screenplay)
  • Matthew Vaughn (Screenplay)
  • Brad Pitt (Producer)
  • Pietro Scalia (Editor)

Marv Films


United Kingdom



Release Date:

2010-03-22 USA

Run Time:

117 min