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Kingsman: The Golden Circle

  • 2017
  • R
  • 135min
  • 53%
  • 6.8 / 10

Eggsy Unwin has officially joined Kingsman. However, their headquarters is blown up by Poppy Adams, the leader of the world’s largest drug cartel, the Golden Circle. The only surviving agents are Eggsy and Merlin, and they subsequently travel to the United States to find an ally – the Statesman, who are operating out of Kentucky.

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle may have depicted an awesome partnership between two formidable intelligence agencies between the United Kingdom and the United States, but this portrayal doesn’t only exist on-screen. An intelligence-sharing agreement between the two countries gave rise to the Five Eyes Alliance – a gathering of major countries that engage in intelligence-sharing, and has since extended to online activity surveillance. The late 1950s saw Canada, Australia, and New Zealand joining the UKUSA Agreement. It was first kept as a secret before being uncovered by the public in 2003. Edward Snowden’s document leak added to the exposure of widespread surveillance of the government on citizens’ online activity. Alongside the Five Eyes Alliance is the existence of the Nine Eyes and Fourteen Eyes Alliances. The former consists of the countries belonging to the Five Eyes, including Denmark, France, Holland, and Norway, while the latter includes the Nine Eyes countries and Germany, Belgium, Italy, Sweden, and Spain. These intelligence alliances actively participate in international intelligence-sharing. There are third-party country contributors like Israel, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea.


about the movie

Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the 2017 sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service. It is produced, directed, and co-written by Matthew Vaughn, along with writer Jane Goldman. Returning to their roles are Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, Mark Strong, Edward Holcroft, Hanna Alstrom, and Sophie Cookson. Joining them are Julianne Moore, Halle Berry, Pedro Pascal, Elton John, Channing Tatum, and Jeff Bridges. The film had its theatrical released on September 22, 2017, grossing $410 million.