“Kingsman: The Secret Service” movie quotes follow the espionage when a secret spy agency recruits and trains a new member, who is immediately tested. The action film was directed by Matthew Vaughn using a screenplay he and Jane Goldman adapted from the graphic novel “The Secret Service” by Dave Gibbons and Mark Millar. “Kingsman: The Secret Service” opened in theaters on February 13, 2014.
In “Kingsman: The Secret Service,” Galahad (Colin Firth) and Arthur (Michael Caine) lead a team of highly skilled spies in the Kingsmen, an independent international intelligence agency. Veteran agent Galahad knows they need a new member so he researches and recruits an intelligent kid with brushes with the law, Eggsy (Taron Egerton) and puts him through the dangerous and grueling training process.
Eggsy performs well, which is especially useful as the Kingsmen face a powerful new threat in Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson). See Valentine believes that mankind needs to be exterminated and he plans to do just that. This puts the Kingsmen, including new member Eggsy, up against steep odds to save the world and the people in it.
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Manners Maketh Man
Galahad: “Manners maketh man. Do you know what that means? Then let me teach you a lesson… Boys, I've had a rather emotional day, so whatever your beef with Eggsy is, and I'm sure it's well founded, I'd appreciate it if you could just leave us in peace.”When Eggsy is confronted by a group of men in a pub, Galahad steps into action to put them in their place, but with manners, of course.
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I See a Man With Potential
Galahad: “Huge IQ, great performance at school, but your gave up. Drugs, petty crime and never had a job. It set you on a certain path but you needn’t stay on it.”Having looked at his file, Galahad sees potential in Eggsy and invites him to capitalize on this by getting him released from jail. To entice him into the role, Galahad gives him a sneak peek of the tools of the trade.
Eggsy: “Who are you?”
Galahad: “The man who got you released.”
Eggsy: “I’ve never met a tailor before, but I know you ain’t one.”
Galahad: “Come with me. What do you see? I see a young man with potential. Pull the hook on your left.”
Eggsy: “Oh, yes, very nice! What does this do, electrocute you?”
Galahad: “Don’t be ridiculous. It’s a hand grenade.”
Eggsy: “Shut up! That is sick!”
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If You're Prepared to Adapt and Learn
Galahad: “Did you see the film Trading Places?”Galahad tries to find a way that Eggsy can relate to what the Kingsmen do by using a movie reference. Eggsy eventually gets a reference, but it’s an unexpected one.
Galahad: “How about Nikita? Pretty Woman? All right, my point is, that the lack of a silver spoon has set you on a certain path but you needn’t stay on it. If you’re prepared to adapt and learn, you can transform.”
Eggsy: “Oh, like in My Fair Lady.”
Galahad: “You’re all full of surprises. Yes, like My Fair Lady, only in this case I’m offering you the opportunity to become a Kingsman.”
Eggsy: “A tailor?”
Galahad: “A Kingsmen agent”
Eggsy: “Like a spy?”
Galahad: “Of sorts”
Galahad: “You think I’ve got anything to lose?”
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Independent International Intelligence Agency
Galahad: “We are an independent international intelligence agency operating at the highest level of discretion. The Kingsmen agents are the new knights.”Galahad briefly explains what the Kingsmen are and what they do. They secretly work to protect the world from evil as an independent international intelligence agency.