When I first heard of Matthew Vaughn's newest film, I didn't think much of it. It was another comic book film, which was released concurrently with the release of the film, that had a big star in a supporting role and a young up-and-comer in the lead. So it was pretty much like Kick-A**, and was hoping it would be different. After seeing a few trailers, skipping it out in theatres (Too busy most of the time for a night at the movies, unfortunately) and seeing it got a ton of rave reviews (Along with a ton of controversy) and a hefty chunk of change at the box office, I decided to give this one a view. Boy am I glad I did! This film is filled with a story lifted from Bond (A billionaire decides to rid of most of Earth's populace with tampered SIM cards that produce a frequency that instantly makes everyone violent to the point of murderous rage) that has tons of callbacks to the 60s Bond era (Like Vaughn's previous film X-Men: First Class) and loads of style to choke a playboy. The cast is exceptional, with great turns by Colin Firth (He is surprisingly awesome as an action star!), Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Caine, Mark Strong and the big breakthrough performance by Taron Egerton as the hero, Eggsy Unwin. Just a total must-see, no matter if you view it in theaters, rent the DVD, buying the BluRay, or even a rental on CinemaNow, this is a must own, unless you are against a very-hard R film filled with brutal violence, coarse language, and some sensual scenes that contain nudity, but still buy it! The BluRay's PQ/AQ is a top notch presentation, with sharp, detailed picture sourced from a digital shoot, that is very filmic and colorful with details that range from wrinkles in the face to the very fabric of the Seville Row-suits being easily countable to the stitch, and very loud and accurate sound that surrounds the viewers in a wash of bullets, explosions and blows to the face with fists and/or feet. The extras, are a bit disappointing (with an early press release stating there would be an unrated cut and a commentary), but still contains some goodies. The big extra is a 90-minute documentary, split up over several featurettes which can be viewed together or in chunks, that is very detailed and BTS-oriented that covers everything from inception of the comic book to release. All in all, a very good documentary. Also of note is several photo galleries and some trailers to complete the mediocre, but still decent extras. Also included is a Digital HD copy of the film (Wished it had a DVD so I can view on the go without having to download a version on my phone so I don't waste data) and since it is a Best Buy exclusive, has the first issue of Kingsman, in mini-comic book form, a nice touch BBY. All in all, a very good release, that is not for all tastes, but has enough action and humor to satisfy fans of either genre, demo worthy PQ/AQ and some decent extras to make it a must buy. Of course, if you have a 4K TV, wait until March 1st to pick up the 4K release (Also includes the standard BluRay) to really show off your setup!!!