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The thematic structure of The Kingsman: Secret Service is simple: the main character(s) must fight for those in need and use their skills to help others. This basic plot can be seen throughout each aspect of the movie from beginning to end. First off, there are many different types of helping that occur throughout the film such as being optimistic through hard times or defending that which you love. In addition to these acts of kindness, Eggsy also takes it upon himself to become a contributing member of society by being a police officer.
Plot summary [shortened]: The Kingsmen must unite with their American counterparts – The Statesman – after their headquarters is destroyed. The Kingsmen must find The Golden Circle (a drug that makes people susceptible to mind control) before The Statesmen are mind-controlled into doing The Golden Circle’s bidding.
The King’s Man Villain: Theme
Now, let me preface this by saying that I thoroughly enjoyed The Golden Circle and all of the implications it had. The comedy was spot on, and the action was engaging due to the great fight choreography that we’ve come to expect from Matthew Vaughn ( Kick-Ass 1 & 2, X-Men: First Class ).
The pacing of the film was surprisingly quick for a sequel; however, in my opinion, there were two things that really stood out from an artistic standpoint: The theme and The Statesman. The theme of The Golden Circle is very clear that the United States is in trouble, and that our allies are turning against us. The only nation on Earth to not succumb to The Golden Circle’s influence was The Republic of Korea; however, even they were infiltrated by The Golden Circle through their “ambassador’s” daughter Tilde, who had been brainwashed earlier in her life.
The King’s Man Villain: Plot
Now for my favorite part of the movie: The Statesman! This group was introduced as a Belgian secret service organization (for lack of better words); however, we later find out that they’re actually American ex-patriots living outside The United States while still maintaining citizenship. There are two main members from The StateMan that are featured in The Golden Circle: Characters The Statesman: The main characters from The Golden Circle are The King’s Man, The Statesman, and The American.
The King’s Man Villain: Although he opens the film as an antagonist, The King’s Man soon finds himself allied with The Statesman (and America) against Poppy; who is actually responsible for his son’s death.
Everything you need to know about this movie can be summed up in one quote by The President of The United States: “Don’t ever take anything for granted.” This concept is what drives the movie forward along with its two central themes: “family” and “heroism.” Family drives the story because of the Theta Protocol, which Poppy has hacked and stolen. The Theta Protocol is essentially a list of agents that are to be killed because they have gotten too close to the truth behind The Golden Circle. The Statesman and The American must work together with The King’s Man Villain in order to stop Poppy from killing everyone on that list; including his son (who The King’s Man believes is still alive).
The real story begins once every member of The Golden Circle has been captured by The Statesman. They all wake up in an evil laboratory where each one gets to meet their creator – Poppy. It’s at this point that all the characters get a glimpse into what truly makes them tick: it isn’t
At this present moment in time, The Golden circle has taken The Statesman’s place as top dog worldwide with The King’s Man being the new enforcers for The Golden Circle. However, The Statesman was always a step ahead of The King’s man – he knew they would eventually strike at him so he created a robot called The Americans to be his saviors should anything ever happen to take place.
The Kingsman are tasked by Poppy to bring her the head of The Statesmen but first they have to eliminate The Americans and get their hands on their technology because there are only two things that can kill Poppy: gold and American technology.
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