Kick-Ass Review

Get your long underwear on and get ready to fight some crime – Kick-Ass is a surprisingly triumphant superhero movie.

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An Interview With The Cast Of Kick-Ass

Imagine being a superhero. Except you don’t have any powers. Or cool gadgets like Batman. So the only thing that separates you from the bad guys is the fact that you’re wearing a costume. That’s the premise behind Kick-Ass, the adaptation of Mark Millar’s comic book coming to theaters April 16th.

Kick-Ass Trailer

Kick-Ass is a superhero film based on the comic book. Directed by Matthew Vaughn, starring Aaron Johnson, Nicolas Cage and Chloe Moretz. In theaters April 16, 2010.

Kick-Ass Poster

Yes, still psyched for Kick-Ass, thanks for asking. The final poster for the street-level costumed crimefighter flick has dropped, and it’s pretty sweet. The movie opens April 16th and stars Aaron Johnson, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Chloe Grace Moretz, Mark Strong and Nicolas Cage.

Kick-Ass Clip

Yes, I am psyched for Kick Ass. An anodyne to the hyper-polished superhero flicks clogging the screens, Kick Ass is about a normal kid who sets out to fight crime and quickly finds himself in way over his head.