For those blissfully unfamiliar with The Daily Mail, do allow me to explain. Like The Sun and The Star, it's a British tabloid rag and, as such, represents roughly 80% of everything that's wrong with England today - crass populist opinion, celebrity bollocks, and a growing right-wing agenda. The Daily Mail was also something of a fan of a Mister Hitler, but they don't like to talk about that. Nowadays, they content themselves with raging about immigrants, Jonathan Ross, the BBC and Russell Brand. And God forbid you should upset any of our national treasures or make a movie in which things happen and characters say stuff.
"It deliberately sells a perniciously sexualised view of children and glorifies violence, especially knife and gun crime, in a way that makes it one of the most deeply cynical, shamelessly irresponsible films ever." Oh. And it's certainly not as good as the Zac Efron vehicle, 17 Again (3/5 stars - only 1 star away from being as good as Let the Right One In).
"Do we really want to live, for instance, in a culture when the torture and killing of a James Bulger or Damilola Taylor is re-enacted by child actors for laughs?" Damn, I hadn't realised that Kick-Ass was a documentary. Expect a movie on both those subjects to emerge next year, starring Rupert Grint and the kid off've Everybody Hates Chris, respectively.
*Well, my nan is hella hot.