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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
Disappointing. Nothing New
Remember: RED: Retired Extremely Dangerous

Frank (Bruce Willis) gets his old team together to find a missing nuclear bomb. What else would capture your attention?

You will see two usual things in here: shootings, explosions, wild car chases that may incorporate a lot of CGI. And, the other usual things are: the stars themselves. So if you are a star-watcher and like to see things blown up, this is for you. There really aren't other reasons to watch this. OK, unless you are a relative or friend of the stars, and then: maybe.

All in all, the movie is well made and that should go for something, but it doesn't. It comes down as disappointing, boring, nothing new. The actors sleep-walk thru this, their dialogues are lame and all in low-key as almost-whispering seems to be the new oratory. The only breath of fresh air is Byung-han Lee as Han Cho Bai a Master Assassin. His moves were worth watching and kind of reminded us of Bruce Lee. Very good. The other stunts, and car chases are the only things that worked.

One would think that the casting of Anthony Hopkins (as Dr. Baily, a mad scientist) would elevate things. Sorry, didn't happen.

Queen Elizabeth did okay (Bob, that wasn't Queen Elizabeth, it was Helen Mirren). But I saw her wear her crown in here. (Still not her).

If you saw the original RED, you have seen everything. There is nothing more to see. Go wait for another Die Hard movie…………………. (4/10)

Violence: Yes. Sex: No. Nudity: No. Language: No, a few S-words is all.
2013-12-03
Failed to Live Up to the Hype and Level of the First Movie
"Frank" (Bruce Willis) and "Sarah" (Mary-Louise Parker) are just trying to lead ordinary lives when "Marvin" (John Malkovich) appears out of nowhere and is subsequently killed right in front of them. After the funeral Frank is arrested and taken to a facility to be interrogated about a top-secret project he supposedly had knowledge of in his former capacity as a CIA agent. Unfortunately, while being interrogated, a group of trained assassins break in with the intent to kill him. He manages to escape and this results in a race by certain governments to either kill him to contain the information or to capture him in order to acquire the information. Now, although this film wasn't necessarily bad, I personally believe that it failed to live up to the hype and the level of the first movie. For starters, there were too many characters thrown in with not enough film to go around for all of them. That said, I liked the addition of both Catherine Zeta-Jones (as "Katja") and Anthony Hopkins ("Dr. Bailey Evans"). But Byung-hun Lee (as "Han Cho Bai") wasn't needed and his performance was too clichéd and unpolished. Likewise, the reintroduction of "Victoria" (Helen Mirren) and "Ivan" (Brian Cox) was too obvious and clumsy. Further, the main characters who made the last film a success weren't given the material that played up to their strengths. For example, Frank wasn't the baddest character on the block—Han Cho Bai was--and it diminished Frank's status somewhat. Likewise, Marvin wasn't nearly as crazy or funny and Sarah seemed to lose the two things that made her special in the first film-- her innocence and vulnerability. So essentially what we had was a collection of characters thrown against the wall to see which ones would stick. And some things just didn't seem to work. In short, it wasn't as good as the first movie. I rate this movie as average.
2013-10-14
Enjoyable action flick taking the good from the first
My quick rating - 7,1/10. The over the hill spies are at it again. The first movie was thoroughly enjoyable and I have to say this sequel is on par with the first. Quality action scenes edited together very well to keep the motion going without getting lost. Actors put in enough character to drive the spy-game storyline through enough to make you care about it and not just sit back and watch guns blaze. Anthony Hopkins character was exceptionally well done and was a needed jolt into the flick for sure. It is a rare occasion that you can say the sequel may have been better then the first but.....

Well, I will have to let you decide that one. All and all a well made picture.
2015-09-28
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
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
Waiting for more
Oh it gets even better and funnier.

I like the new characters like Han Cho Bai and Katja. They rock the movie as well. I like seeing how Sarah try to be someone bigger for Frank. But, Frank seems disagree with it since his biggest concern is Sarah's life. And in this part two, we also can see how their relationship is working. And, oh Marvin! is still my favorite. I was shocked knowing he is dead at the beginning of the movie but I realized he was not. Many funny scenes are made by him and also Sarah, they both are making me laugh during the entire show. The movie makes my day. Cant stop loving this movie.
2014-01-02
Red 2 - Action And Humor, Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!
Well, except for Morgan Freeman who was so great in the original Red, and was missed in this one, the main crew was here. Red was vastly enjoyable and Red 2, I am happy to report, matches that enjoyment. Everyone in this cast is spectacular. Bruce Willis is one of the best there is in action movies. As Frank Moses assembling his band of quirky and deadly operatives, throw in a portable nuclear device, some twists, turns and unexpected moments, and you've got an action picture guaranteed to please. Helen Mirren is simply splendid – how can one manage to look elegant and be so dangerous? Anthony Hopkins never fails to provide a performance that is stellar and in this one, he goes above and beyond. Byung-hun Lee was amazing. For some odd reason, he reminded me of a Korean version of Brad Pitt. At any rate, he was perfection. Mary-Louise Parker is a funny delight and John Malkovich is a stitch. Well, there wasn't one single actor or actress who wasn't spot on and if you liked Red – which I certainly did – you will like this one. It's exactly what you'd want the sequel to be. I'm just hoping for a third!
2013-08-09
"Red 2" is More of the Same Fun Action Hijinks
"Red 2" hits Blu-ray and DVD and begs the question, "Does it live up to its predecessor?" All of the gang from the original is back for more action hijinks minus Morgan Freeman and Karl Urban. While this sequel doesn't hold the same charm, it still makes for an entertaining diversion from the anxieties of real life as we're taken globe-trotting around the world for a couple of hours.

Ex-CIA Black Ops agent Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) and his girlfriend (Mary-Louise Parker) find themselves teaming up with their old friends to find a portable nuclear device that went missing. They soon discover they're in a race against time with other organizations wanting to get their hands on the deadly weapon. The adventures take them around the world in their dangerous search as they try to stay alive amongst the crossfire of friends and foes.

The audio and video transfers for "Red 2" are wonderful. The movie is presented in 1080p High-Definition (2.40:1). The picture is clean, vibrant, and easy on the eyes. The 7.1 Dolby Digital Surround drops viewers right into the thick of the action with plenty of explosions and gunfire to keep them alert.

Some might feel "Red 2" is a little light in the special features department. "The 'Red 2' Experience" takes audiences behind-the-scenes with an array of featurettes centered on the weapons, cast, and stunts in the movie. A gag reel and deleted scenes are the only other items included.

"Red 2" is rated PG-13 and with good reason. There's a lot of blood and violence as one would expect from an action/spy thrill-ride. Adult language is used as well. In a world of over-the-top R-rated action flicks, "Red 2" is really a rather tame good time for the mature members of your family.

I couldn't help thinking something was missing from "Red 2." It feels like a reunion with characters you came to love in the original. At the same time you still mourn the absence of Morgan Freeman and Karl Urban. Anthony Hopkins does a relatively good job filling their shoes with his charisma as the scientist who created the lost nuclear device. While it's technically more of the same that we got from the first film, "Red 2" has enough humor and energy to keep viewers interested.
2013-11-22
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.
2017-10-17
The Vidiot Reviews
Red 2

The worst thing about retiring from espionage is no one wants to hear your secretly recorded conversations anymore.

Luckily, the girlfriend of the ex-spy in this action movie is interesting in his transcriptions.

While former CIA Black-ops specialist Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is content with domestic life, his sadistic squeeze Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker) isn't.

Fortunately for her, all that changes when Frank and his friend Marvin (John Malkovich) are classified as terrorists.

Hunted by MI6 (Victoria (Helen Mirren), Russian secret service (Catherine Zeta-Jones) and an assassin (Lee Byung-hun), the triad try to attain a scientist (Anthony Hopkins) with knowledge of a lost WMD before corrupt CIA agents do.

A phantasmagoria of reality defying gunfights, this obligatory sequel to the original retains its clever cast as well, but negates to thaw-out its contrived Cold War plot.

Incidentally, the best way to defeat a Russian army is with gay Olympic figure skaters.

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2013-11-29
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