Kingsman: The Secret Service

Synopsis: Gary "Eggsy" Unwin (Taron Egerton), whose late father secretly worked for a spy organization, lives in a South London housing estate and seems headed for a life behind bars. However, dapper agent Harry Hart (Colin Firth) recognizes potential in the youth and recruits him to be a trainee in the secret service. Meanwhile, villainous Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson) launches a diabolical plan to solve the problem of climate change via a worldwide killing spree.
Production: 20th Century Fox
  8 wins & 26 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
129 min

Previously on

AMC's The Walking Dead...

What is this place?

This is the start of

sustainability, community.

Rick, his group...

they're dangerous.

Noah died because of you.

You tried to kill me.



Cause all

life is precious.


Do it.

(gun shot)


- (gunshot)

- (people scream)



I know this sounds insane,

but this is an insane world.

We have to come for them

before they come for us.

- It's that simple.

- (walkers snarling)

This is where

it all starts tomorrow.

Tobin gets in the truck,

opens the exit and we're off.

He hops out, catches up

with his team at red

staying on the west

side of the road.

Daryl gets on his bike--

- (rumbling)

- You see that?

(metal groaning)

It's open!

We got to do this now!

We're doing this now!

Tobin's group, get moving, go!

- No, Rick, we're not ready.

- Sasha! Abraham!

Damn straight,

we'll do it live.

You meet Daryl at red. Let him

take them through the gauntlet.

- Yeah, we meet at red.

- Rick:

- Rick, I'll hit the tractor place.

- Okay, who else?

We got to take them out

or they'll distract the horde.

- I'm here, let me help.

- No.

- I'm here!

- Do everything I say.

- I will. - Rick, this was supposed

to be a dry run.

- Rick:
Daryl, get ready.

- They're coming.

Rick, we haven't even gone

through the whole plan.

You want to go back, go back.

We're finishing this.

Tobin, you hit it on my signal.

They're heading for home.

We don't have a choice.

Get ready to hit the flares.


(engine starts)



Tobin, hit the truck!

(theme music playing)

You were wrong.


(door slams)

Thank you.

Of course.




Glenn, what happened?

Are you okay?

I'm okay.

You guys look like sh*t.

She's fine. She's fine.

She's okay.


I'm okay.

You just check on them.

- I'm okay.

- What happened?

We were out there.

The walkers and--

we're all right.

Got winged by a ricochet.


It's all right.

Holy sh*t.

Thank God...

nothing happened to your hair.


Okay, Eugene's freaking me out.

Somebody want to send Noah

in here to protect me?

You were right.

It wasn't over.

We should talk more tomorrow.


I don't take chances anymore.

And you shouldn't.

(ring clatters)



Rick on radio:

You all have your assignments.

You know where to rendezvous.

Daryl leads them out.

Sasha and Abraham join him

at the bottom of the hill.

(flares fire)


Glenn, you hit us

when you take care of the

walkers at the tractor place.

That's the one thing

we gotta get ahead of.

Everybody keep your heads.

Just keep up.

(walkers snarling)

(door opens)

So, is he okay with it?

It was pretty much his idea.

He gets it.

It's got a bed and a bath,

but it's still a cage, you know?

He gets it.

He told me what happened

out there with the trucks.

He tell you about

those guys he met?

The Ws.

Like that walker we saw, yeah.

We need more watch points.

And I'm gonna tell Deanna we don't

need to go looking for people anymore.

You feel different about it?

Yeah, I do.

Well, people out there,

they got to take care

of themselves,

just like us.

I'm gonna get him out.

Shouldn't leave him in there

any longer than we have to.

You good?


I'm trying.

Listen, if you're still looking to go

buck wild with the breath impaired...

You already asked the question

and I already answered it.

If you were so worried, why the hell

did you get into the car with me?

Listen, doing something

as big as this...

that's living.

There it is.

Sasha on radio:
We're at red

at the bottom of the hill.

Daryl on radio:
All right,

here comes the parade.

Where'd you learn that?

A friend.

Before or after?

I ask, you answer.

It's common courtesy, right?


It was after.

After everything.

Look, I'm sorry for this,

for having to do this.

It's all right.

The way I look at it,

sometimes you're safer

when there's no way out.

Got to get to know

each other again.

For the first time...


(car approaches)

- (car door opens, closes)

- Man:
Hey, it's us.

We're back. You gonna

let us in or what?

I'm technically not authorized,

so I will not be doing so.

- Who the hell are you?

- You first.

I'm Heath.

I live here. My team's been on

a run the last couple weeks.

I'm Eugene.

Aaron brought myself and my group

here directly within that window,

so we haven't had the chance to meet and

I can't exactly confirm your residence.

Open the gate.

If I do, how do I know

you won't attempt to kill me?


Okay, look, I'm not gonna kill you.

But the longer you make me wait,

the more you motivate me

to beat your ass, so...

(gate unlocks)

Thank you.

So Deanna put you on gate duty?

Oh, no, I'm not proper duty.

This is Holly's shift.

I was just walking by.

She asked if I could

relieve her for a few ticks.

I said, "No, thank you"

and she ignored me,

which is obviously

what I should have done

as it's been at least five

ticks and still no Holly.

(car door opens)

I'm Scott.

This is Annie.


Good to meet you.

How many of you are there?


I'm sorry.

I'll close up.

(gate squeaking)

(engine starts)

Anything big happen

while we were gone?

Well, we had a meeting

last night.

(lock clangs)

Oh, yeah?

About what?

You might want

to talk to Deanna.

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Jane Goldman

Jane Loretta Anne Goldman (born 11 June 1970) is an English screenwriter, author and producer. She is mostly known for co-writing, with Matthew Vaughn, the screenplays of Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015), X-Men: First Class (2011), Kick-Ass (2010) and Stardust (2007). Both met high critical praise for their partnership works. The Woman in Black (2012) is the first solo screenplay by Goldman. She is also known for writing the books Dreamworld (2000) and The X-Files Book of the Unexplained (1997), and presenting her own paranormal TV series, Jane Goldman Investigates, on the channel Living, between 2003 and 2004. more…

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