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Harry's left eye was shot and he was given a pair of glasses with the left side darkened. But at Eggsy's wedding, Harry's glasses appear to have the right side darkened. This is because the scene shows Harry and Eggsy reflected in a mirror. See more »
You know, my momma... she always told me, 'Us Southerners get our good manners from the British.' So I was thinkin', "Ain't that a pity? Y'all ain't keepin' none for yourself." Y'all ain't ever heard of knockin' before you enter?
Well, a-actually... we had an invitation, didn't we?
Oh, did you now?
Yeah, yeah, it came in the shape of a bottle? We're from the Kingsman tailor shop in London. Maybe you've heard of us.
Oh, the Kingsman!
Huh. That's where y'all got them ...
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There is a statement in the closing credits: "A dope thanks to Samuel L. Jackson." Jackson had played Richmond Valentine in the previous Kingsman film. See more »
Written by Danny McNamara (as Daniel McNamara) & Richard McNamara
Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd
Performed by Embrace
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This film is just about the bottom of the barrel. Dumb script, uniformly bad acting, blaring music and ridiculous special effects do not a good movie make. If it were any worse it would be a spoof, but it isn't a spoof, it's trying to be real. What's more amazing is that such good actors would do such a poor film, without even a wink in their eye.
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