Kick-Ass is a funny and sometimes bloody drama with memorable characters that viewers can easily relate to and adrenalin-pumping actions.
Aaron Johnson convincingly plays an ordinary geek with a fervent desire to help others despite the lack of super powers. He is neither sporty nor academically good. The character reminds us that everyone has once thought of being a super hero, but very seldom do we try to help others with our limited powers. Moreover, Nicolas Cage surprisingly gives a dazzling performance as an emotionally suppressed father who brainwashes his daughter and trained her to be a murderous killer. Besides, Chloe Moretz’s character, Hit-Girl, blows me away because of the huge contrast between her innocent face and the savage killing and what's more she is not totally inhumane espcially when she sheds a tear and shakes hands with Kick-Ass. Also, Red-Mist’s eagerness to gain recognition from his Dad and make friends at the same time can be felt.
P.S. The film is categorized as category three.
Gangster: What the fxxk is wrong with you man? You'd rather die for some piece of shxt that you don't even fxxking know?
Kick-Ass: The three axxholes laying into one guy while everybody else watches and you wanna know what's wrong with me? Yeah. I'd rather die.
影子滅殺令 The Ghost Writerr
With a tense screenplay, a strong cast as well as a chilling setting, The Ghost Writer is a captivating, well-paced and suspenseful political thriller of immense tension which reminds us of Hitchcock. Although some members of the audience may feel puzzled by the ending, I highly recommend this masterful work to movie lovers. 4 / 5