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USA, France, Canada
Crime, Thriller, Action, Comedy
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Dean Parisot


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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
RED 2 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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Disgustingly Bad
The first R.E.D. was OK because it wasn't gruesome and had some stylized action-with a little bit of old timer pride thrown in. Now enter Hollywood trash messaging in the sequel...

1. The tough guy, Bruce Willis, is now a neurotic mess that reminds me of Woody Allen. He mumbles a lot and his girlfriend tells him how to talk and how to see where this is going...he's the girl and she's the tough one- give me a fking break.

2. Good guys and Bad guys torture victims like its no problem. Fk you Hollywood, torture isn't legal no matter how common/cool you try to make it look. The real good guys don't torture!

3. Catherine Zeta Jones and John Malcovich are just TERRIBLE. They look terrible, they act terrible.

4. Everyone's a terrorist/accused of being a terrorist. Come up with a new fking word Hollywood. Im not scared of terrorists, I don't care if you put it IN EVERY MOVIE.

5. Willis's girlfriend slaps him about 10 times in the face. Isn't that cute n funny? Woman hits man LAUGH LAUGH. Man hits woman, get offended!

6. I guess the United States and English governments and intelligence agencies torture and indefinitely detain ppl in "comedies". Holding someone for 32 years and drugging them up...funny right? "and justified" uh huh

7. Bad guy goes to Iran, the next country the US wants to invade in real life. Big surprise.
Expectations met, story ignored
Still in retirement Frank (Bruce Willis) tries to live as boring a life as possible with his young jubilant fiancée Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker). Nonetheless the past never sleeps, the prior special op career as a highly trained assassin for the C.I.A. coming back with a vengeance. Paranoid associate Marvin (John Malkovich) tries to warn them of the imminent threat of blow-back, staging his own death to avoid capture by blowing his SUV on a supermarket parking lot. Soon after a wikileaks cable emerges, which reveals a dark secret of Project Nightshade, a supposed attempt to plant a nuclear bomb in Moscow by the CIA working in cohorts with the crazed genius Dr Bailey (Anthony Hopkins). Soon the CIA, MI6, KGB and a host of hired guns - including super-assassin Han Cho Bai (Byung-hun Lee) and vixen Russian agent Katja (Catherine Zeta-Jones) - are out to get Frank, an unknowing participant of the project. Their only other aide is legendary British killer Victoria (Helen Mirren).

A roller-coaster ride, that sidesteps a complex thought-out plotting, instead just throwing us into a ludicrous scenario, which serves a higher purpose: delivering uninhibited fun through the joyride vessel of witty banter and over-the-top characters focused around the immaculate trio of Willis, Mirren and Malkovich. Add to this a delightfully dark Hopkins, a voluptuous Zeta-Jones and a restrained Lee, the mix of gifted crazies bring in the chaos. All actors seem to be having immense fun doing the movie, taking a break from seriousness, immersing into their guises and seeing where it takes them. This is despite the ridiculous underpinnings of an intrigue that lacks in coherence, but makes up for that by creating wacky settings for the characters to play off of. All in all, the cast seemingly incessantly winking at the audience, continuously suggesting that they sit back and enjoy, don't over-analyse, just let it flow and accept the ride, much like people did back in the days with similarly idiotic setups in "Spies Like Us". More a comedy, than an action feature, it does however carry quite the spectacle with well-conceived car cases and Byung-hun Lee's fighting chops delivering an adrenaline rush all the same.

Yes, it's incredulous and logically strained beyond the wackiest conspiracy theories, but who wouldn't want to see Helen Mirren doing an impersonation of Helen Mirren playing Queen Elisabeth?
At the very least, as Good as the first!
This movie is fast paced, espionage action-comedy. It is the follow up to the movie REDS (2010. Bruce Willis is a retired black-ops CIA agent Frank Moses. He reunites with spy friends in a journey to track down a missing nuclear bomb. If you like action, thoughtful movies with a touch of dark comedy, you will absolutely love this movie. This is entertainment in the best sense of the term. The action sequences are great. The multitude of plot twists and the interpersonal relationships are mind challenging. The actors, Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, John Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Helen Mirren, Neal McDonogh, Mary Lou Parker and especially Byung-Hun Lee are all superb! They go from enemy to friend and sometimes back to enemy. It's an all round feel good movie.
You're never too old to save the world
There are times when you go into a movie expecting so much, and walk out disappointed. Occasionally your expectations are small, and you are blown away. With Red 2, you get exactly what you would hope for, and expect – more of the mayhem and over the top action of the films predecessor - 2010's Red (retired extremely dangerous).

As in the first film, Red 2 sees Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) trying to live the quiet life, although this time with Sarah Ross (Mary-Louise Parker), his onetime case worker. While on a shopping trip to Costco, Frank's former partner and best friend Marvin (John Malkovich), approaches Frank and warns him that, "they're coming," just before Marvin's car – with Marvin apparently in it – explodes in the Costco car park.

While attending Marvin's funeral Frank is taken by government agents to a 'secure' location to be interrogated about a classified cold war operation named 'Nightshade'. While being questioned, a team of opposing government agents, led by Jack Horton (Neal McDonough) invades the building, wanting Frank for themselves.

Against all odds, Frank escapes, and against even more odds is met outside by Sarah, and the very much alive Marvin, who - as was a habit in the first film - had faked his own death, again.

What follows is an hour and a half of outrageous, over the top and tongue in cheek entertainment, as the trio fight to clear their names, and save the world from nuclear disaster at the same time. All while being pursued by Horton and various other government agencies around the globe - as well as the worlds 'best assassin', Han, played by Korean actor Byung-Hun Lee.

Dame Helen Mirren returns as the gun toting MI6 agent and assassin Victoria, as does her occasional 'friend with benefits' Ivan, played by Brian Cox. They are joined by Sir Anthony Hopkins as former weapons designer and scientist Edward Bailey, and Catherine Zeta-Jones as Katja – a Russian agent and former love interest of Frank.

Director Dean Parisot has done a more than decent job handling this very diverse and experienced group of actors. Although only his third feature film, he has directed a lot of highly successful television shows, including Justified, The Good Wife and Modern Family, so is used to working with an ensemble cast.

While the plot is fairly predictable and the script unexceptional, it does give Parisot enough to develop the characters, and their relationships with one another. Malcovich's Marvin is wonderful, and Helen Mirren is obviously enjoying the vastly different role as a government assassin; and is a stand out as Victoria. Mary-Louise Parker also does a great job as Sarah, as she goes from a naive former case worker to a fully-fledged member of the RED team, and Bruce Willis is – well, Bruce Willis.

Red 2 won't win any Oscars, but it will keep you entertained for a couple of hours – and that's what it sets out to do. Yes, it is full of clichés, and most of the action scenes are impossibly over the top, but again, that's what it set out to do. Red 2 is a film that does not take itself too seriously, and neither should you. 7/10
John Malkovich Is Still Awesome!
It must be a thing nowadays to reinvent the careers of aging action stars and putting them together in an ensemble. First the Expendables franchise, now I guess we can call the Red films a franchise. I for one, is not complaining at all because it's good to see these aging stars kick ass despite the improbability. Now this film is the sequel to 2010's surprise hit, Red. While the first film is better and has a more concrete story, this film has it's own share of crazy action scenes and witty one-liners (thank you, Mr. Malkovich). While the plot may seem hectic at times, this is a fun ride and isn't to be taken seriously.

Dean Parisot's film takes place three years after the events of the first film. Frank Moses is trying to lead a quiet life with Sarah who is now his girlfriend. When they are approached by Marvin who claims people are still after them, that is when things go downhill. Now the three must reunite with Victoria and together they must track down a missing nuclear device before it's too late.

As I said before, it's always good to see our aging stars back together kicking butt and having a great time. Bruce Willis returns as Moses and does a good job on the action front. He has once scene involving him headbutting a table. John Malkovich is back as Marvin and never has a boring thing to say especially when it comes to women advice. Helen Mirren is slick as ever. Mary Louise Parker happily complements Bruce's character. We have some nice additions to the cast such as the great Anthony Hopkins as the villain and the sexy Catherine Zeta-Jones as a past love interest of Moses.

Overall, Red 2 is really nothing new and the plot resembles plots done many times before. But is it entertaining? You can bet it is! It has no short supply of action, crazy stunts, and perfectly-timed comedy. It's not as fresh as the first film as it seems like this film has a different agenda, but I definitely would not mind a return of Frank Moses and the gang in a future installment. I rate this film 8/10.
A Failed Parody of a Parody of a Spoof of a Spy Movie--because it's just not funny
I had checked out both Red and Red 2 from the library but came very close to not watching Red 2 because Red was so bad. I only ended up mustering up the courage to put the disc in the player on the supposition that Anthony Hopkins would not lend his talent and name to something totally and utterly clichéd to the point of being cartoonesque. In retrospect, with the benefit of hindsight, I recognize that Hopkins, like Malkovitch, Mirren, and Willis, must have been strapped for cash. It probably is tough to land roles once an actor transcends middle age.

Red 2 reveals through the use of animated images as dividers of sorts that Red, too, was actually supposed to be a cartoon where real people are used instead of illustrations of them. All of the characters are shallow caricatures with two-dimensional personalities. Unfortunately, the attempts at humor are equally lame. I offer only one example from Red 2: is the sight of Helen Mirren pouring body-dissolving acid onto a man who is still kicking in her bathtub really supposed to be funny????

The issue here is not only one of intelligence (as several reviewers have opined). More importantly there are fundamentals of taste to consider. I for one find most of the "comic" scenes of murder in these movies to be highly distasteful. Is there something wrong with me for not agreeing with these sophomoric directors? Did anyone else notice that they are kindred spirits to the Alan Alda character in Woody Allen's Crimes & Misdemeanors who "philosophizes" that "Comedy is tragedy plus time"?

I don't think that enough time has elapsed since the CIA (Caustic Incompetence Agency) subjected unwitting persons to massive doses of LSD over lengthy periods of time for this to constitute comedy. To be perfectly frank, no amount of time would suffice. It's just not funny. At all.

Good comedy is intelligent. This is not. Red and Red 2 strike me as a symptom of our times. Even POTUS makes jokes about his drone executions. He warned the Jonas brothers to stay away from his daughters or else he'd send out the killer drones: "you won't see it coming" or something along those lines. Ha ha. Who is laughing at this stuff? Certainly not the victims. Maybe this is all a result of our SSRI-saturated culture and the concomitant culling of conscience and empathy from once compassionate and sentient beings. None of this bodes well for the future of humanity...
Will definitely see again!
If you liked the first RED, and understood what it was and what is wasn't, you should be completely entertained by RED 2. We were lucky enough to see an advanced showing before the naysayers started spreading their naying and we walked out of the theater last night laughing, quoting, and discussing the movie - always a good sign! This is not a movie that needs to be over-analyzed... as my husband said, "It was exactly what I was hoping it would be." which is, more interesting characters played by top notch well-known actors getting into all kinds of far-out situations. Great lite summer fare and we will definitely be re-watching this one again when it hits the premium cable channels (just like we have with RED).
Red2 is Red2.DO Not Expect The Original RED
All you can eat action,car chases, explosions, old timers fun, traveling across Europe and the US.Bruce Willis is Bruce Willis and John Malkovich is John Malkovich.Great actors, having fun in this action thriller that will not keep you on the edge of the chair,yet will put a smile and occasional laugh on you face.As one tries to compare to the original,some feelings of disappointment may crawl your thoughts.With that said this great team with Helen Mirren and others are great fun for almost 2 hours of CIA/MI6/KGB/FBI playing as well unorganized orchestra together and one against each other.No one better than Anthony Hopkins to cast to his specific role.He is brilliant!
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.
Better done than the first, but less funny
The first RED movie was one over the top extravaganza of old talent. It was delicious to see the actors you love play it out like nothing matters, just for the fun of it. The story was impossible, but you didn't really care, because it was funny and entertaining as hell.

RED 2 is more serious, with at least two villains (if you discount the Iranians from the embassy, who are OK to kill in droves just because they're Iranians) and some real dramatic scenes. It continues to be silly, but I felt like there needed to be more in order for it to be funny as well.

The new additions to the roster are good, starting with sir Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, but also some of the younger actors like Byung Hun Lee and Mary-Louise Parker. Well, perhaps not Parker. Somehow her character was badly drawn and she was playing it all like she was still in Weeds.

So, my conclusion is that this was a more digestible movie than the first RED, but also less faithful to the spirit of the franchise, as I understood it.
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