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2010 film by Matthew Vaughn


Released 12 March 2010 (13 years, 3 months ago)

Director Matthew Vaughn
Duration 117 minutes
Cost $30,000,000
Box office $96,000,000
Genre action film, teen film, comedy film and superhero film
Composer John Murphy, Henry Jackman, Ilan Eshkeri and Marius de Vries
Production company Plan B Entertainment and Marv Films
Country of origin United States of America and United Kingdom
Screenwriter Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman
Producer Matthew Vaughn, Brad Pitt and Jane Goldman

About Kick-Ass

Kick-Ass, the 2010 film directed by Matthew Vaughn, is a thrilling and irreverent take on the superhero genre. Based on the comic book series by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr., the film follows the story of Dave Lizewski (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), a high school student who decides to become a real-life superhero, despite having no special powers or training.

With its mix of humor, action, and social commentary, Kick-Ass was a hit with audiences and critics alike. The film's standout performances include Chloe Grace Moretz as the foul-mouthed and deadly Hit-Girl, and Nicolas Cage as her eccentric and vengeful father, Big Daddy.

Kick-Ass also features a memorable soundtrack, with songs by artists such as The Prodigy, Elvis Presley, and Joan Jett. The film's use of music adds to its energetic and rebellious tone.

Overall, Kick-Ass is a refreshing and entertaining take on the superhero genre, with its mix of humor, action, and social commentary. It's a film that doesn't take itself too seriously, but still manages to deliver a satisfying and thrilling experience.


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