Movie » Kick-Ass released on April 16, 2010.

    Dave Lizewski is an unnoticed high school student and comic book fan with few friends who lives with his father. His life is not difficult and his personal trials not that overwhelming. One day he makes the decision to become a super-hero even though he has no powers or training.

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    Kick-Ass last edited by aphillips17 on 04/16/19 02:24PM View full history

    A teenage high-school student struggles with his desire to become a super hero. So in need to satisfy his yearning, he decides, who said you need super powers to be a super hero? Which leads to a gruesome battle between good, evil, and revenge.


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    Kick Ass = Awesomeness! 0

    I was one of the few people lucky enough to be able to see the pre-screening of Kick Ass on the 29th of March. So does this movie truly kick ass , my opinion yes this movie definitely kicks ass. First off the cast is excellent. The best of them all was Aaron Johnson as Kick Ass himself and Chloe Moretz as Hit Girl. These two really did a great job of their characters and made them very enjoyable to watch that being said Nicolas Cage was ok as Big Daddy and certainly gave a new look to the charac...

    17 out of 18 found this review helpful.

    Ass Kicked 0

    I was very anxious towards watching this flick, 'cause "Kick Ass" was a well written comic book, with good ambientation (the narrative, dialogues, scenario etc.), with an interesting story of a nerd/geek/lame and wuss student 14 years old, named Dave who, trying to become a super heroe, puts on a costume/spandex and goes fighting thugs and crime, he, who never had put his foot on a gym, never worked out before in his life, as you guys well know (I´m assuming that a good percentage of folks here ...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Great Adaptation of a Wonderful Series 0

    With Kick-Ass 2 hitting cinemas a few days ago I decided to re-watch the first film prior to seeing the new one, as having loved the comics from Mark Millar, I'm hoping that Kick-Ass 2 lives up to expectations, getting into the mood with this film.PlotSPOILER FREEWhen David Lizewski wonders why no one has ever tried to become a superhero, he himself becomes one in the form of Kick-Ass, but when Big Daddy, and Hit-Girl cause trouble for Frank D'Amico, D'Amico targets Kick-Ass. blaming him for his...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

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