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The type of ski lift on which the accident happens is an aerial tramway, it is a two cabin jig back system. While one is coming up, the other is going down the mountain, and they pass each other midway on the cable span. While in an accident sequence no second cabin is shown speeding up to the upper station when the characters are in another cabin heading towards lower station. See more »
[Poppy leads Charles and Angel to the diner's counter as she puts on an apron]
So, fellas, I have a couple of things that I wanna clarify. You understand that in The Golden Circle, my authority is never to be questioned, right? And the importance of following orders? Do you understand that? And the value of loyalty?
[Charles and Angel nod]
It's easy to nod, isn't it?
[Charles and Angel continue to nod]
I don't like easy. I like proof.
[pause before Poppy looks at Angel]
What's your name?
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The "Take Me Home, Country Road" musical theme is heard over the opening logo. This foreshadows the song being used at a pivotal moment in the film. See more »
Kingsman 1 was original & fun, Kingsman 2 was everything BUT - regrets all the way
I almost never feel the extreme urge to write a review but this time - since I am sincerely disappointed, I can't control myself.
The first Kingsman was great, witty and original. The second one needed to top that, which would be difficult but they tried to make it work by using too much BAD CGI. Almost all fights are CGI and even when it would have been cheaper to put a real object in place, for some reason they chose to replace it with terrible CGI.
If you try to use CGI, learn from Neil Blomkamp & Oats Studios, otherwise, GIVE MY MONEY BACK. I really want to un-see this movie. It made me feel like an idiot.
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