Kingsman - The Secret Service

Kingsman - The Secret Service
Harry Hart aka Galahad is a seasoned veteran of a secret spy organization, known as the Kingsmen. Harry takes the street-wise, Eggsy, under his wing for the competition to become the latest member of the society. But as Eggsy and gang try to survive the tasks set up before them, a real threat in the form of tech guru, Valentine, and his dangerous sidekick, Gazelle, puts the entire world in danger. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Kingsman – The Secret Service”.

∙ Merlin is explaining to Arthur and Galahad about Uganda. Arthur’s hands are placed on the edge of the table. They’re still against the edge in the rear view of Arthur when Merlin mentions “Chechnya 2013”. In the closer view of him and Galahad, when Galahad asks “what happened to Lancelot?’, Arthur’s arms are on the placemat in front of him and his hands are near the top corners. It then cuts back to the rear view and Arthur’s hands are back in their original position, near the table’s edge.

∙ Eggsy is at the police station being questioned about the car incident. The wider, side view of him at the tables shows there is no phone near the metal box to his right. But, he pulls one from the side in the front view. Also, there is a pen on a slip of paper that’s sitting to his left in the wider view. It’s gone in the front view of him.

∙ The first time Eggsy goes to the tailor shop to see Harry, he’s standing outside, looking at the window display. The medal that Harry had given to him when he was smaller, is hanging around his neck, on the outside of his shirt. But, when he walks through the door of the shop, the medal is gone.

∙ Harry takes Eggsy into Dressing Room number One. The door is open behind Eggsy as he walks in. But, as they’re looking into the mirror, the reflection shows the door is closed.

“Kingsman – The Secret Service” (2014) stars Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Caine, Jack Davenport, Mark Hamill, Sofia Boutella and Taron Egerton. It runs 129 minutes and is rated R for sequences of strong violence, language and some sexual content.

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