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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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The action scenes are awesome!
'RED 2': Four Stars (Out of Five)

Sequel to the 2010 hit action/comedy film based on the DC Comics limited comic book series of the same name. This installment once again focuses on 'retired and extremely dangerous (RED)' black-ops agent Frank Moses (once again played by Bruce Willis), who must come out of retirement and join forces with his old team (once again). This time in order to find a missing nuclear weapon and clear his name (Moses and his buddy Marvin have been linked to the stealing of the device). Willis's all star cast of co-stars, from the original film, once again join him; including John Malkovich (as Marvin), Helen Mirren, Mary-Louise Parker and Brian Cox. Morgan Freeman (who's character died in the original movie) of course does not return for this installment but newcomers Byung-hun Lee, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Neal McDonough, David Thewlis and Anthony Hopkins do join the cast. Jon and Erich Hoeber once again wrote the screenplay but Robert Schwentke does not return this time as the film's director, he's been replaced by Dean Parisot (who's known for directing such hit comedy films as 'GALAXY QUEST', 'FUN WITH DICK AND JANE' and 'HOME FRIES'). I didn't enjoy the first movie much at all so I was really surprised at how much I enjoyed this one (I think Parisot's directing was probably a big reason).

The film begins with Frank (Willis) once again trying to live a happily retired life, now with his girlfriend Sarah (Parker), but trouble once again finds him. He's first tracked down by his old partner Marvin (Malkovich), who tries to convince Frank that there's people still after them. Frank thinks he's crazy but when Marvin is apparently killed Frank also finds himself kidnapped by government agents. He learns that his involvement in an operation, of smuggling a nuclear weapon into Moscow during the Cold War, has now come back to haunt him. People think he knows where the missing nuke is and is involved in it's disappearance. He must join forces with old team members, including an old flame named Katja (Zeta-Jones) who's also a Russian secret agent, while avoiding others who are now hired to kill him. Victoria (Mirren) has accepted a contract to kill Frank and so has an expert killer named Han Cho Bai (Byung-hun), who's bent on revenge against Frank. Hopkins plays a mentally ill physicist who may hold the key to the nuclear weapon's whereabouts.

For me the original film was a lot like an action comic-book version of 'GRUMPY OLD MEN'! I found the jokes tired and old (but most of all forced) and I didn't think the action scenes were all that thrilling. I only saw the movie once though so maybe I just need to watch it again (from possibly a different viewpoint and mood). In my opinion this sequel improves on everything the first film got wrong though. The jokes are clever and witty, the characters are likable and fun to watch and most of all the action scenes are awesome. The addition of Byung-hun Lee was a great improvement but also I think Parisot is just a better director for this type of movie. It's still the same two screenwriters though, even though the dialogue and storyline seem a lot better as well. I had a blast with this film, I know the critics didn't like it as much as the original but the critics are often wrong. If you're looking for a fun and funny action film extravaganza (regardless of whether you liked the original movie or not) you might really enjoy this film.

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Not Worth Your Time
Every year there's always a parade of seemingly unnecessary sequels, the thing with Red 2 is that I thought that the first Red had a good enough concept with fun enough characters that it would be a blast to revisit them. Boy, was I wrong. Red 2 is just a boring movie that tries too hard. None of the action is real exciting, none of the jokes ever really work, and all of the actors just seem bored here. While Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, and Helen Mirren are all back as retired secret agents on the run, the film lacks the wit and charm of its predecessor. Not to mention the fact that the plot makes little to no sense, is bloated with too many underdeveloped characters, and therefore I just don't care. Honestly, this is the first movie in a long time that I seriously thought about leaving the theater after about midway through. The only shining light is Anthony Hopkins as a deranged mad scientist, other than that, Red 2 is a complete misfire.

I give Red 2 a 4 out of 10!
The Dependables
Fluff by Design with Dependable Actors and Action formulated for the Multi-Plex. Entertainment for Entertainment sake and Sophistication be Damned. It is a Romp with Geriatric Stars with little to do except what the Script tells them to do with no Improvisational Hutzpah.

No one seems to even have Their tongue in the cheek as they go about Page after Page of an Unfunny Screenplay with Lame and Laboured Jokes about Aging and Semi-Retirement. The Unfunny half of this Action Comedy lets the other Half carry the Weight in this Lightest of Movie Fun that is big on Guns.

Big Guns, Little Guns, Sniper Rifles, Automatic Guns, Military Rotaries, and Nukes. There are Jabs at Wikileaks and the NRA Culture. There are some Blatant Product Placements if Boredom sets in and You want to Spot something to Look at except Wrinkles.

Overall, this is one of those that is was it is and that's all that it is, nothing More, nothing Less. It will most likely Appeal to those who, don't Prefer Fiber and order up the most Easily Digested Junk Food.
Silly but lots of fun
This sequel sees retired agents Frank Moses and Marvin Boggs in trouble again when an article on Wikileaks mentions them in connection to a Cold War mission known as 'Operation Nightshade'. Shortly after Marvin warns Frank he is apparently killed and Frank is captured and is threatened by Jack Horton who says he will torture his girlfriend, Sarah, if he doesn't say what he knows about Nightshade. Before long he is rescued by the not so dead Marvin and the two of them, along with Sarah, head off to find out the truth behind Nightshade. It won't be easy though; the CIA have hired contract killer Han Cho-Bai to hunt them down and MI6 has asked their old friend Victoria to hunt them down. The story will take them to Paris, London and Moscow and will involve finding a long hidden nuclear weapon. The protagonists will find themselves working with some unlikely allies and one of the people they trust prove to be the most dangerous.

Anybody wanting a gritty action thriller will be disappointed; as with the first film there is lots of action and plenty of thrills but it was definitely a comedy… even the scene where somebody is dissolved in an acid bath is played for laughs. The action is delightfully over the top with lots of shooting, fighting, chases and an explosive finale. The cast does a fine job with Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Mary-Louise Parker make welcome returns and are joined by the likes of Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Byung Hun Lee all of whom bring something good to the proceedings. While the action is fairly bloodless there is a high body count which some viewers doesn't sit well with all the comedy and the child-friendly UK '12' certificate… personally I doubt it will offend many people as the action is of the 'James Bond' style. Overall I'd certainly recommend this to fans of action who don't want anything unpleasant in general and fans of the first film in particular… I certainly enjoyed it.
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.
A Sequel that Keeps the Level of the First Movie
The retired CIA agent Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is in love with Sarah Ross (Mary-Louise Parker) and enjoying their normal life in two. Out of the blue, Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich) meets Frank in the supermarket and tells that the 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 on the world are under contract to seek them out to know where Nightshade is.

The trio travels to Paris and teams-up with the Russian Katja (Catherine Zeta-Jones) to track down the former Russian Agent The Frog (David Thewlis) to get more information about the operation. They learn that the brilliant inventor Dr. Edward Bailey (Anthony Hopkins) might know where the weapon is. They discover that Bailey has been interned in an asylum in London by the MI-16 for thirty-two years and the British Victoria (Helen Mirren) joins the team. They rescue Bailey and find that the nuclear device is hidden in the Kremlin. Soon the dangerous South Korean Han (Byung-hun Lee) joins the group expecting to retrieve the weapon. But the dangerous killer Jack Horton (Neal McDonough) is hunting Frank down and will not stop until he recovers the nuclear bomb.

"Red 2" is the sequel of "Red" that keeps the same level of entertainment of the first movie. The plot is full of action and humor and works perfectly, supported by a stellar cast and magnificent locations. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Red 2: Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos" ("Red 2: Retired and Still More Dangerous")
"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.
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.
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...
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.
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