Kingsman: The Secret Service parents guide

Kingsman: The Secret Service

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

Overall D+

A young man (Taron Egerton) who is wasting his potential gets an opportunity to redeem himself when he is recruited by Harry Hart (Colin Firth) to be a Kingsman in a covert spy organization.

Violence D
Sexual Content C+
Profanity D
Substance Use C

Why is Kingsman: The Secret Service rated R? The MPAA rated Kingsman: The Secret Service R for sequences of strong violence, language and some sexual content.

Run Time: 129 minutes

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Kingsman: The Secret Service
Rating & Content Info

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Why is Kingsman: The Secret Service rated R? Kingsman: The Secret Service is rated R by the MPAA for sequences of strong violence, language and some sexual content.

Violent acts, often involving mass numbers of people, are depicted throughout the film, but are increasingly frequent toward the end. These acts include (but are not limited to) shooting, beatings, impaling, electrocution, poisoning, dismemberment and (in one scene) full body bi-section. A scene depicts a church full of parishioners who are “worshipping” by shouting derogatory and demeaning remarks toward various groups, who suddenly begin murdering one another—one particular character is especially violent and is depicted using many of the above techniques to kill others. A scene portrays massive crowds beating and killing one another at locations around the globe. Some of the violence is depicted in a humorous manner, or is intended to elicit a humorous response from the audience. Characters are bullied. A mother attempts to murder her child.

Sexual Content:
Female buttock nudity shown in a sexual context, along with a female character inviting a male to perform anal sex. There are other infrequent moments of sexual innuendo and at least two other instances of sexual dialogue.

A sexual expletive is used at least 60 times throughout this film, along with various other scatological, religious and sexual terms. Racial and homosexual slurs are heard.

Alcohol / Drug Use:
Characters frequently drink beer and hard liquor in distinguished settings where the use of alcohol is akin to wealth, culture and/or high society. Background characters are seen smoking. Other references to drugs, alcohol and tobacco are made.

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Kingsman: The Secret Service
Canadian Movie Rating Info
Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia 14A Coarse Language, Violence.
Alberta 14A Violence, Coarse Language.
Manitoba 14A Not Recommended For Children, Brutal Violence, Coarse Language.
Ontario 14A Coarse Language, Graphic Violence.
Quebec 13+ Violence, Vulgar Language.
Martimes 14A
Canadian Home Video 14A

News About "Kingsman: The Secret Service"

Cast and Crew

Kingsman: The Secret Service is directed by Matthew Vaughn and stars Mark Hamill, Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Firth, Mark Strong.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Kingsman: The Secret Service movie is June 9, 2015. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Kingsman: The Secret Service
Release Date: 9 June 2015
Kingsman: The Secret Service releases to home video with the following special features:
- Audio Commentary
- Kingman: The Secret Service Revealed - Panel-To-Screen: The education of a 21st Century Super Spy
- Heroes and Rogues
- Style All His Own
- Tools of The Trade
- Breathtakingly Brutal
- Culture Clash: The Comic Book Origins of The Secret Service

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