A lot has been made about the film’s main characters, including Eggsy, Harry, Arthur, and the Leader. In this review, we’ll take a look at the role of Harry and Eggsy, as well as Leader’s reasoning to Arthur. This article will also discuss Eggsy’s scar, Harry’s origin story, and the underlying themes of the film. Here are some highlights from the film.


A high-ranking member of the secret spy agency Kingsman, Eggsy used to be a reckless little criminal who was caught up in drug and theft activity. His father, who had been killed in an operation, stopped his efforts to join the army, and he was then recruited by Agent Galahad. Taron Egerton plays Eggsy. He was previously a gymnast and was considered an Olympic-level athlete by his former coach.

A recurring character in the series, Roxy is a close friend of Eggsy, who feeds him with information and conversation points during dinners. But, she is killed by missiles fired by Poppy Adams in “Kingsman: The Golden Circle.” The original Lancelot in Kingsman: The Secret Service, Lee Unwin, is saved by the king’s nephew, Valentine. However, Valentine’s henchman Gazelle was instrumental in getting him killed.

Valentine is captured and held by Valentine, and Eggsy defeats him in melee combat. He then uses his sharp prosthetic leg to impale Valentine and stop the neurological wave threat before it spreads throughout the world. The king’s son and sister, Princess Tilde, then rescue Valentine and save the kingdom. However, when the king and his sister find them, they realize that they are in a world of their own and must protect themselves to prevent further catastrophe.


The Statesman, an agency that has more resources than the Kingsman, offered Harry the role of Whiskey. It is revealed that the Statesman has a distillery in Scotland. In exchange, the Statesman would rebuild the tailor shop and help Harry recover his memories. In the sequel, Eggsy and Merlin travel to the Statesman’s headquarters. While they are there, they encounter a lethal poison that Harry used to accidentally kill Eggsy. Afterward, they find Harry’s body, but not his mind.

In the graphic novel, “Galahad,” Harry Hart is a Kingsman agent operating under codename “Galahad.” He studied to be a lepidopterist, but joined the British army instead. In his spare time, he raised a Cairn terrier named Mr. Pickle and preserved it for display. He memorializes his missions by posting front-pages of the Sun and the headlines from the newspaper.

In the film, Harry’s memories are triggered by traumatic experiences. While he lost his left eye, he also suffers from retrograde amnesia. He remains in the Statesman’s custody for more than a year, during which time he mentally reverts to a period before he joined the British army. His memories include hallucinations and experiences with butterflies. He has impaired reaction time due to his lack of depth perception and lack of practice.

Eggsy’s scar

The scar on the kingsman is a reference to Harry’s first date with Michelle, which takes place in London. The story also explains why Harry shot Tilde. During the encounter, Harry and Eggsy reacted by killing him. Harry and Eggsy also killed Whiskey to get the cure for Michelle’s rash. In the end, Harry and Eggsy were able to marry and Tilde was able to accept his proposal.

When they arrive back at the Kingsman headquarters, Eggsy notices that Chester “Arthur” King has a scar on his neck, just like Professor Arnold did. King tells him about Valentine’s plans to use the neurological wave to avert global warming. Eggsy refuses, and the King poisons himself to save his life. The next day, he learns about Valentine’s plan to transmit his “neurological wave” around the world via a satellite network.

In the next episode, the Kingsman team has a reunion. This time, they meet Tilde’s parents. Tilde is also excited about this reunion, and the two of them get to spend some time together. She’s impressed with Eggsy’s knowledge of the world and the Kingsman program. She also explains that he saved the Queen from a gangster. The scene in which Poppy and Eggsy fight at a diner is a stylized oner set to music.

Leader’s reasoning to Arthur

“King Arthur” has become famous for his quest for power. When asked to compete for a sword in a tournament, King Arthur accepts without hesitation, despite the fact that the event could be fatal. Arthur is willing to risk his life to secure his kingdom, but he also must contend with the viscous people who gathered around him. What are the characteristics of a great leader? This article will discuss some of these characteristics.

Violent action thriller

This violent action thriller is based on a comic book by Mark Millar and directed by Matthew Vaughn. The prologue, which has an agent being shot in a mountaintop lair, has echoes of “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” and James Bond. The film is full of gory action and blood, but the story is a bit over the top and lacks any nuance.

“Kingsman: The Secret Service” is a subversive action-thriller based on a graphic novel by Mark Millar. It delivers an odd combination of impudent comedy and over-the-top action, fitting into the cartoonish tradition of spy movies. In fact, it’s a spy movie on steroids, a bit like a James Bond film. If only the film had been better, it would have been perfect.

Council estate setting

If the setting for Kingsman: The Secret Service looks familiar to you, it’s because the estate served as the setting for the film. Taron Egerton’s character, Eggsy, was raised on a council estate, and was recruited by his uncle to join an aristocratic rogue spy organization. In the film, Flynn escapes police custody by climbing the estate’s terraces. This setting was also used in the television show New Tricks, in which Steve McAndrew played a police officer. Tamzin Outhwaite played a police officer.

Matthew Vaughn directed the film, which is based on a comic book by the same name. It stars Colin Firth, Taron Egerton, and Mark Strong. The film takes place in the southeast of England, on the Alexandra and Ainsworth council estate. Eggsy lives with his abusive stepdad. One day, he is visited by Harry Hart, who explains to his mother that his father is dead. The film centers on the training of Eggsy into a secret spy organization. The recruitment of a street kid is the first step towards a successful spy career.