I could not care less about what Jim Carrey thinks of the level of violence in Kick-Ass 2. His intemperate remarks have made him a parody of the loudmouthed Hollywood Lefty. If this film can even approach being as much fun as the shockingly violent. Kick-Ass was, I will love it, no matter what Jim Carrey thinks. Carey should have taken the advice of Tom Wolfe, who when asked what he thought of the awful movie version of his wonderful novel, The Bonfire of the Vanities, smiled and said, "I cashed the check." My main reservation about the sequel is that it won't have Nick Cage, who I thought was the linchpin of the first film.
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