The first Kick-Ass movie wasn’t perfect. The tone was all over the place, one minute it was parody of superheroes and the next it became exactly what it was a parody of. Aside from the Hit-Girl/Big Daddy relationship, most of the characters weren’t really all that interesting. Even the title character himself did little to inspire any sort of connection or sympathy and was basically relegated to a supporting role in his own movie. What ultimately saved it however was its no-holds-barred attitude and a foulmouthed little girl dressed in purple who eviscerated anyone who stood in her way.