The original Kick-Ass required no sequel and its many sniffy reviews reflect that. However, this is actually a worthy successor that ups both the violence and the comic relief – and hence the jarringness of the shifts between the two – whilst still retaining just a glimmer of heart. It’s reprehensible, but it’s a blast.
Price: £15 (Blu-ray), £15 (HD Download) | Out December 9
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