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RED 2
Year:
2013
Country:
USA, France, Canada
Genre:
Crime, Thriller, Action, Comedy
IMDB rating:
6.7
Director:
Dean Parisot
Bruce Willis as Frank Moses
Paul Hopkins as Funeral Director
Denis Khoroshko as Russian Soldier
Lee Asquith-Coe as Security Detail Soldier
Wahab Sheikh as Iranian Clerk
Nathalie Buscombe as Assistant
David Thewlis as The Frog
Brian Cox as Ivan
Tim Pigott-Smith as Director Philips
John Malkovich as Marvin Boggs
Garrick Hagon as USA VIP
Mary-Louise Parker as Sarah Ross
Catherine Zeta-Jones as Miranda Wood
Helen Mirren as Victoria
Jong Kun Lee as Han's Father
Storyline: Retired CIA agent Frank Moses is in love with Sarah Ross and enjoying their normal life. Out of the blue, Marvin Boggs meets Frank in the supermarket and tells that Wikileaks has released the information that they had participated and know the whereabouts of the Nightshade, a portable nuclear weapon that was smuggled in pieces and hidden in Russia. Now the top agents in the world are under contract to seek them out to discover where Nightshade is. The trio travels to Paris and teams-up with the Russian Katja to track down the former Russian Agent 'The Frog' to get more information about the operation. They learn that the brilliant inventor Dr. Edward Bailey might know where the weapon is. They discover that Bailey has been interned in an asylum in London by the MI-6 for thirty-two years and the British Victoria joins the team. They rescue Bailey and find that the nuclear device is hidden in the Kremlin. Soon the dangerous South Korean Han joins the group expecting to retrieve the ...
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Reviews
The return of the REDs
Sequel to Red (2010) (Retired: Extremely Dangerous), based on the graphic novels by Warren Ellis, continues the simple tradition its predecessor so successfully kicked off, delightfully combining well respected grand actors with dynamic action sequences and any number of nifty explosions. Bruce Willis, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren reunite as a band of retired government agents, all still extremely accomplished killers nevertheless. Morgan Freeman has been traded in for Anthony Hopkins and David Thewlis, which is not the worst deal imaginable though Freeman's charming character is still sorely missed (but even in an over-the-top action franchise like this, dead is dead). Living a quiet, everyday life with his new girlfriend Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker), ex-CIA operative Frank Moses (Willis) has no intention of getting mixed up with gunfights and conspiracies again, but such things tend to find him regardless. When his paranoid, mentally unhinged pal Marvin resorts to faking his own death, Moses finds himself sucked into another plot revolving around a portable nuclear bomb hidden in the Kremlin, something he is rumoured to be involved in. As was the case in the previous film, it's necessary for him and his friends to travel around the globe in order to piece together the puzzle, which brings them to exotic (or close to), luxurious locales including Moscow and Paris, a staple of spy films but delivered with ample fervour not to get noticed. Thrown in the mix are Hopkins as an unbalanced inventor of weapons of mass destruction who has spend 20 years in a looney bin, Thewlis as a shady information dealer who much prefers the good things in life (like hideously expensive rare wines) over gunplay and gratuitous violence, Catherine Zeta-Jones as a foxy agent sharing a history with Moses and out to seduce him once more, and, as before, Brian Cox as a former Russian KGB-officer and hopeless romantic who appreciates the sight of his beloved Helen Mirren offing people over all else. As the merry band of aging killers shoots and bombs its way through the plot, Moses must also come to terms with his younger and inexperienced girlfriend, who now considers this sort of bloody adventure a neat holiday trip and bonding experience, and takes as much points as she can in the art of mayhem, much to his chagrin (and a far cry from the not quite so enthusiastic Sarah from the first film). Suffice to say, if you're not a fan of guns and other assorted weaponry, this movie is definitely not recommended to you. However, like the first Red, this successor is nothing but a highly entertaining action flick that appropriates the huge talents of the renowned actors it has brought together to great effect, clearly enabling the ensemble to have a blast itself. Though the movie is otherwise devoid of narrative surprises, the high levels of good fun and a decent number of high paced action scenes make for a decent way to spend your two hours.
2013-09-23
It is OK for a 6.
Tha cast is fantastic. Who is the best out of all the actors? They are all fantastic! But who would ever refuse John Malkovich? I actually met him in Paris few years back walking and shopping in Paris. He was so nice, he is actually a very nice person. Let us not forget Anthony Hopkins. He is great in roles like these. Crazy, all the way!

The plot is not that fantastic, it is OK.

That makes this film watchable, but little bit boring. It seems to me I saw films like this before.

Smuggling a bomb in the Kremlin, eh? Not the most original idea.

You should see this film because of the cast.

They are fantastic, all the way!
2013-12-04
Red 2
The OAP secret agent club is back and the makeup levels have increased tenfold. The over the hill Expendables strike again and this time there are new members to the team...sort of.

Mission status: your bog standard, obligatory, run of the mill, over the top James Bond type secret agent tomfoolery with 'Mission: Impossible' styled stunts and vehicle chase sequences. Throw in light-hearted comedy to soften the violence and utilise lots of age jokes.

I think the problem here is firstly this genre is so so so so so so utterly and completely flooded with so many films that are all the same with the same action sequences, its just dull. There is absolutely nothing exciting about watching these aged actors pretending to be action heroes, under layers and layers of makeup attempting to make them look young and fit whilst the whole time its simply watching stunt doubles. I mean really, what's the point? half the film isn't the actual cast!.

Willis clearly doesn't care anymore, the guy is done, past it and doesn't care about acting, he should retire. Louise-Parker is the most annoying female I've come across since Sandra Bullock, she merely smirks, grins and acts coy the entire time, that's all she and Willis do! perform awkwardly as a couple together, its dreadful. Watching Mirren is literately like watching my gran (God rest her soul) in an action flick! its embarrassing. The only person to have more makeup on than Mirren was Zeta-Jones who looked like a frankfurter, how much makeup Jones?? it doesn't make you any sexier or a better actress, give it up.

Only good old Malkovich still manages to shine with his bumbling trigger happy persona and Hopkins isn't too bad as the under assuming scientist type with a secret. But wait! the powers that be have really gone to town this time and have tried to hire every aged/aging British thesp they can get their hands on. Enter Thewlis as some other secret agent bloke who is a dab hand with a gun...unsurprisingly. Cox is also back again as Mirren's Russian love interest but does nothing accept sniff her boots.

After all that we have Lee Byung-Hun who really sticks out like a sore thumb. A primed firm fit buff martial artist who can take down hordes of men single handed yet can't defeat old man Willis. Surely this dude could and should kill the whole team without breaking sweat, its like he should be in a totally different movie.

Nothing of much interest happens for the whole film in all honesty, a few fights, a few shootouts, a dash of lame comedy, Willis and Parker displaying some of the worst acting you've ever seen etc...Its only at the end do we see some fast n furious action...errr in the form of a 'Fast n Furious' styled car chase sequence...in a Lotus that came outta nowhere. The action is hyper yet dumb, so very dumb. I love the standard modern action movie clichés of bad guys spraying these fancy cars with machine gun fire yet no damage is visible, plus no one ever thinks to shoot out the tyres. The less said about the hideous helicopter crash that Willis and co walk away from the better, oh so they are invincible super agents after all.

A complete and utter rehash of the first film which somehow manages to be less exciting, not as funny and with tired performance from Willis. First film was quite quirky and fun seeing these old boys kick ass, now its just deflated and repetitive. There just doesn't seem to be any point to this films existence other than simply to try and make more money, just crank out another, no thought, no worries, roll out more of the same, no one will notice or care...its got Bruce Willis in it.

3/10
2014-01-06
good action...good fun...as good or better then the first
just saw this movie for the second time and liked it better then the first time. i knew watching it the second time that you just got to enjoy the movie, it is not trying to be something its not, but what it is, is a fun and funny movie with a A-list of international stars and top notch action scenes and stunts. the cgi was also very good and seamless also.

the whole world knows and watches Jackie Chan movies as there are 2 very clear homages to Jackie in this movie. 1. the sports car going under the big-rig(Jackie did it on rollerskates) and how it ended was also very similar to the movie "winners and sinners", being how the characters interacted and played with each other at the end.

again, very fun and fast paced for a almost 2 hour film. it felt like the time just flew by cause the movie was so entertaining. loved all the big name stars in this movie, the jokes were funny and there was plenty of action scenes also. it is a light fluffy movie with something that will please everybody but sourpusses.
2014-04-09
Older bad-asses kicking butt is quite entertaining
Entertaining flick with old people kicking ass. Red came out of nowhere for me, I saw it, liked it. Then comes Red 2, I saw it, liked it. When comes Red 3!?

I love movies about agents, spies, mercenaries, assassins, anything really, who are the best. The best of the best. Who are over-the-top good. I love it. Like Taken, Jason Bourne, John Wick, Shoot 'Em Up, so called extreme action. Well, called so by me. (I realize there are tons of older action-movies too, but the term extreme action best describes this new wave of action movies) Action often helped by CGI, action that is not meant to be "realistic". (a word that should never really be used about movies)

Anyhow, Red 2 is a very entertaining action movie about a lot of people who are the best. The action is over-the-top, really cool. Awesome actors, Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Anthony Hopkins. It's really cool to see them kicking ass.

So, let me say it as simple as this: if you like action for entertainments sake, you probably wont go wrong with this.

I hope we get another one, and that they up the action even more. Keep em coming.
2015-06-13
Red 2 is Action Packed and Full of Laughs!!!
Red 2 is as good as the first one action packed and full of laughs again from Malkovich. Also there are some new additions on the cast Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Byung Hun Lee & Neal McDonough. The film has Frank Moses reunites his unlikely team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a missing portable nuclear device. To succeed, they'll need to survive an army of relentless assassins, ruthless terrorists and power-crazed government officials, all eager to get their hands on the next- generation weapon. The mission takes Frank and his motley crew to Paris, London and Moscow. Outgunned and outmanned, they have only their cunning wits, their old-school skills, and each other to rely on as they try to save the world—and stay alive in the process. Red 2 is as good as the first one with it's original cast returning again and kicking ass all over the place the only thing i didn't liked is that again this film is PG-13 like the first one but still a great movie and entertaining if you hated it the first time a 2nd watch will make it better.
2015-10-16
Pretentious and boring - typical sequel
I was misguided by good reviews on IMDb. I thought, maybe this time they really somehow managed to make decent sequel (rare phenomena, as you know, especially, in comedy field). But no – this was typical sequel (crap) – stuffed with "used to be popular but aging fast" movie stars doing pseudo-intellectual blah-blah-blah whenever they have a slightest chance (this time it was "marriage consultations" for Willis and his girlfriend). As a comedy it was a crap (as it was NOT funny), and also it was a crap as an action movie (better go and see some James Bond or Mission Impossible if you are looking for some action). Not even close to the original RED. Believe me. Do not waste your time on this BS.
2013-08-13
solid sequel
More of the same, baby. That's a good thing in this case as we rejoin ex assassin Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) and his merry band of morons for another set of high caliber swashbuckling, this one even sillier than their first picnic. The key is in the deadpan humour, which is served up with all the relish needed to make something so fluffy work. Most of the eclectic cast is back for second helpings, and the ones who caught bullets are replaced by even more bankable names and familiar faces here. Moses, his girlfriend (Mary Louise Parker, finally acquiring her sea legs when it comes to warming up to the carnage) and loony old friend Marvin (John Malkovich) find themselves thrown headlong into an arms race to find a deadly super weapon before it's either detonated or acquired by very dangerous people. Leading them along is a frazzled ex MI6 spook and mathematical genius (Anthony Hopkins in silly mode) who has seriously lost his marbles. On their tail is scary CIA psychopath Jack Horton (Neal McDonough nails yet another heinous villain role) who brandishes his silenced pistol with the same verve he uses to flash that icy grin, the last thing you see before the shooting starts. Helen Mirren returns, as does her beau, played again by Brian Cox and his teddy bear worthy Russian accent. Other newcomers include Korean superstar Byung-Hun Lee as an agile and ticked off assassin out to get Moses, Catherine Zeta Jones as a foxy Russian femme fatale and Professor Lupin himself David Thewlis as a snooty arms dealer called The Frog, but not for te reasons you might think. When actors of such skill and notoriety show up in these, it really makes everything else worth it, even if the plot is somewhat up in the clouds, and the mad dash, rat race tone can get a bit too loopy. These pros always keep it grounded when they need to, both with shooting and acting prowess. This one can't quite keep up with how much fun it's predecessor was, but it's certainly more than adequate, especially to see Hopkins, a man of trademark gravitas, give an out of left field (and his mind, really) turn worthy of Jim Carrey and not without a few disarming third act surprises.
2016-12-04
"Its important to enjoy life while you still can"
After RED was such a hit, we were given this sequel that continued the missions of Frank and his team of the Retired and Extremely Dangerous 3 years after the events of the first film. They're a little older, but just as deadly. Whilst it wasn't quite as enjoyable as the first film, it does maintain most of the same charm and humour that made the first so enjoyable.

They try to up the ante this time, going up from a small conspiracy to take down retired agents to a nuclear plot that threatens to cause grave peril and gets the REDs turned hunted as terrorists. Overall the story works and just like the first leads to several good twists, many of which were unexpected. Though at times it does feel a little over the top. Particularly towards the end where it seems to descend into the physics similar to the Fast and Furious films. It's still fun to watch. Just a different kind of fun to the rest of the film.

What really makes this film work is the chemistry between the actors. And what else is to be expected? The film boosts a great cast ranging from Oscar winners Hopkins and Mirren to other big names like Willis and Malkovich. They all bring a real sense of comradery between one another and embrace the silly nature of the script. Each makes sure that we believe that each of them is a trained agent and make the premise often believable.

The returning cast all do a great job at reprising their roles. Malkovich brings the same insanity as he did the first film. He doesn't get any moments as good as "Old man my ass!" But he's still probably the films strongest character, largely due to how casually he treats murder and his great delivery of dialogue. Also Miren still thrives in being a bad ass, acting like a female Bond who's constantly in control. It's far different from the usual refined queens she normally plays and it feels like she loves playing the role.

On top of this the new cast add their own talents to their respective roles. Hopkins plays an aged scientist who created the bomb. He gets quite a few funny moments through his forgetful nature (drifting off mid-conversation in to random topics) but also a lot of awesome moments where he takes control of a situation too as the film goes on. Then there's Byung-hun Lee, a hired assassin with a grudge against Willis' character who's been paid to take him down (pretty much replacing Karl Urbans character in the first film). He gets some of the best action sequences of the film, displaying some impressive hand to hand combat skills, making a good use of both quick reflexes and his surrounding environment.

And just like before, all the action sequences in the film blend very well with the light hearted humour. It's never too gritty or serious and remains a feel good film from start to finish. It's a lot of fun to watch and leaves one wanting another sequel to the franchise.
2014-08-06
An awesome sequel to the original.
Let me start by saying that I love this film so much.

I was lucky enough to catch this one in theaters with a buddy, unlike the first, which I only got to see on DVD, which I now own both.

Frank and his team must stop a shadowy conspiracy from finding and using Night-Shade,

with the help of a wacky ex agent,

who is the inventor of the mysterious weapon.

Overall, a great action-comedy with a good cast and a well written story, and I think a Superior follow up to the original.

I give it a 7.4/10. More action, more laughs, more thrills. It's a real good time, I highly recommend it.
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