KINGSMAN: THE SECRET SERVICE 15, 130mins A breezily
violent spin on the gentleman spy genre, with Colin Firth in top form as a dapper spy who looks to recruit a street-smart unknown (newcomer Taron Egerton) into freelance British espionage operation the Kingsmen.
It is a fun and breezily
undern anding comedy romp that is easy on the eye and punctuated with some delightful moments.
She did not share a lot but this is how Vergara usually talks about her boyfriend -- casually and breezily
modern take on Heroides is a delight.
Recorded on tour, the award-winning stand-up breezily
delves into areas few others would go near.
He wastes few of his 20000 words, breezily
recounting his inquisitive childhood and some lucky scientific breaks.
The doctors - all male - are insensitive oafs, as demonstrated tonight by the young Dr Truscott (Oliver Chris) when he breezily
advises a middle-aged female patient (guest star Pippa Haywood) to have a nice straight forward hysterectomy because "no one wants to live alongside someone whose hormones are turning them into a monster".
Black is cannily aware that superhero films are inherently ridiculous and, despite Stark's dark night of the soul, he keeps things breezily
Sir Anthony Hopkins is a father searching for his daughter, and having seen his concentrated persona during rehearsals for his composing debut at Birmingham's Symphony Hall last year, it was funny watching him here breezily
interrogating passengers either side of him on a plane.
London, July 12 ( ANI ): Drinkers can no longer breezily
tell their suspicious spouses or girlfriends, "Oh, I just had a couple," on a drink out session.
A few minutes later, Paris breezily
borrowed close to 9.
So I followed her advice, and schlepped into the Liverpool store - only to be breezily
told that none were available across the whole city.
There's musical numbers, too, with a beat combo leaping on and off stage, and plucking breezily
at skiffle tunes and Beatles pastiches.
The newer of two features by Italo helmer Lucio Pellegrini in the Montreal World fest, "The Perfect Life" is of a piece with his other entry, "Unlikely Revolutionaries," in that both flirt with serious themes yet stay breezily
noncommittal about probing any further than light comedy and romance will allow.
In this breezily
written study, Ruiz, who teaches history, Spanish, and Portuguese at UCLA, examines the various psychological devices people resort to in order to endure what he calls "the terror of history.