Kick-Ass Red Band Trailer is All Kinds of Bitchin’

Maybe I’m a filthy old man, but there’s something absolutely hilarious about a spunky 13 year-old girl (Chloe Moretz) spouting spicy dialogue that would make a sailor blush. The only problem is will the shock-value of Kick-Ass, coming to theaters on April 16, 2010, be the foundation for the film, or simply the cherry on top? My hope is the latter, especially considering what looks to be strong, quirky, memorable performances from Nicholas Cage and Mark Strong.

If you haven’t guessed from the trailers, the plot of Kick-Ass centers on a teenage boy, Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson) who decides to become a real-life superhero. He goes by the name Kick-Ass and is soon joined by Hit Girl (Moretz), Big Daddy (Cage) and Red Mist (Christopher Mintz-Plasse). I would be lying through my teeth if I said I was absolutely and unequivocally looking forward to April 16 like a six year-old looks forward to Santa Claus on December 25.

Take a peek at the newest red band trailer below and give us your thoughts. Me? I likey.

5 comments On Kick-Ass Red Band Trailer is All Kinds of Bitchin’

  • My past comments aside this looks like a good time and id like to to see it in the theater but im afraid that theater will be completely filled with moronic douchebags who wont stfu and lets not forget the retarded young couple who brought the whole fam including the 3month old still breast feeding.

    Yeah..something tells me id rather torrent this rather than stare at a sea of iphone screens.

  • I agree with danny on everything–except the torrent deal–you hear that movie guys– I don’t agree!!

  • Danny, I feel your pain. Logan is the WORST place to see a movie… not only because of the Westates monopoly, but because of the overabundance of jackasses which swarm the place. Here are some (somewhat) recent experiences at University Six.

    1. The Ugly Truth: Lady in the theater with a newborn and a five-year-old who kept running up and down the aisles and screaming. She NEVER left, and instead, a number of us did because we couldn’t hear the film.

    2. District 9: Regular mass of high-school/college douchebags, frequently screaming anatomically correct expressions (that was about as ‘PC’ as it can get) throughout the film.

    3. Inglorious Basterds: No air-conditioning, smelled like a high school gym-class (remember Dan? the room was filled with a heavy smog of perspiration… GROSS!!)

    4. Shutter Island: Cell phone people, annoying Asian couple literally translating the movie into Chinese for their friends, the entire time… the same douchebags from District 9, yelling out profanity throughout the movie…

    Danny, I am with you brother. Your pain is my pain.

  • Those screaming kids did you a favor at The Ugly Truth.

    As for IB, I still count that as the day I narrowly escaped Malaria.

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