Box Office Democracy: “Kingsman: The Secret Service”

Arthur Martinez-Tebbel

Arthur Martinez-Tebbel

Art Martinez-Tebbel is a writer/actor living in Los Angeles. For two years he saw the #1 movie in America every week and reviewed it for a project called Box Office Democracy. He can occasionally be seen doing improv comedy at a variety of independent venues. He is also a frequent guest at twitch.tv/streamfriends.

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  1. Roxy had a fear of heights; I don’t recall any others. And as is traditional in such situations, the only person that is available to do a thing is the one afraid of a thing, who has to conquer said fear, which she does, in spades.

    The rest of the film she does a solid job of being a strong character – indeed, she does better at her testing than Eggsy does.

    I didn’t have a problem with the last joke at all – Considering Moonraker ended with Bond and the girl having zero-G sex on video before the world, and when M asked what was going on, Q replies “I think he’s attempting re-entry, sir”, this joke really only went a fraction of a step further than the “real” spy movies.