Kingsman: The Secret Service wears it's bloodlust on it's bullet proof threaded sleeves. If you're familiar with Matthew Vaughn's work (Kick-Ass, X-Men First Class) you know he's got a natural, visceral flair to his combat and an unadulterated understanding and expression of the impulses his films are catering to. Kingsman appeals to that primal need for violence just as shamelessly if not more than Vaughn's other work (You could feel him under constraints with X-Men's PG-13 Rated action). It laughs at the repressed ultra 'realistic' spy thrillers of the day, and we laugh too. Kingsman is a damn good time. it's the type of film that makes an audience rowdy; by the end mine was in an uproar of howls and whistles.