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
Not as good as the first one, but still entertaining enough
While it retains a good deal of the quirky, deadpan humor and ups the action ante, this second entry still feels inconsequential compared to the first one. Part of this is due to the complicated plot, which feels episodic and is filled with a few twists and alliance changes too many. If the goal was to top the first one in terms of ridiculous and cartoon-y action, then bravo they succeeded. However, this also feels like a hollow attempt at outdoing what worked so well about the first one. Whereas the first one was understated and spent some time developing the characters (to a degree), this throws a lot of that out of the window and goes for a full-on explosion and shoot-out fest. Still the movie is entertaining, and the cast seem like they're having fun with the material. Too bad the material wasn't a little better, because this feels like a missed opportunity despite the enjoyable thrills.
2014-11-14
An excellent action packed fun movie!
Disclaimer: If you are a viewer that mainly prefers art-house-type movies, then you might as well ignore this review. In addition, if you're not able to take an action packed comedy sequels filled with humor than ignore this review, as well. We'll both be better off.

Red 2 (2013) in my opinion is a good movie as the first one, but I still prefer the first movie better than this. The first time I saw it, I thought it was okay. But than again watching both movies separately on Blu-ray I realized I love the first one much better than this one. I like this movie not love just like. But the things that bothered me was this movie was time by time boring unlike the first one. I just got really tired and bored watching it for 2.hrs. You have now a new additions on the cast Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Byung Hun Lee & Neal McDonough and director Robert Schwentke was replaced by new director Dean Parisot. Karl Urban was replaced by Byung Hun Lee who played Storm Shadow in both G.I. Joe flicks. I was little upset that Karl Urban was replaced and he wasn't in this movie. Still I think Byung Hun Lee did an excellent job in this movie. Everyone in this movie does a great job.

John Malkovich did an outstanding job playing repressing his role back again as Marvin Boggs and the were full of laughs in it. The story was great and the action was good. I still love the new characters in this, Anthony Hopkins as two face person did a convincing job and believable acting, I seriously love the twist on the end of the movie. Anthony Hopkins Is amazing in this film, the role is perfect and the accent just makes it so awesome, the most bad ass villain ever. The humor in this movie is good, the face off between good and evil is good. The story works and you keep guessing what will be next. Mary-Louise Parker as Sarah Ross is even more hotter than she was in the first movie and a little more sexy than ever. She is gorgeous and does a lot of spy stuff in here, she is like Lucy she wants to do everything in this movie. The movie is really funny and entertaining. I know a lot of people prefer this one over the first one, even my friend told me this one is better. I will still stay by my own opinion and I will always enjoy Red more than Red 2 sorry fans. It is an entertaining movie, Catherine Zeta Jones character was flat, but it served the B story. Mirren-Cox couple was down right cute, John Malkovich was hilarious again, Mary-Louise Parker great, learning the spy trade was slap stick funny, Byung-hun Lee did a good job at being the serious funny and Anthony Hopkins is always good. the action was believable good, the spy stuff was believable good and the chemistry worked.

In RED 2, the high-octane action-comedy sequel to the worldwide sleeper hit, retired black-ops CIA agent Frank Moses reunites his unlikely team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a missing portable nuclear device. To succeed, they' will 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. It is still good movie not the best or that great but still good full action packed enjoyable flick to watch!

Overall: It is a good action packed fun excellent movie with the twists around, great action scenes, great cast and just great acting. The Acting in this movie is very realistic and outstanding performed from all the actors in here. I like how different these action movies are , they are cheesy but also have some brains to the plot and the characters , Bruce Willis being one of my favorites , I always liked the concept of old veteran people still teaching the young bunch how its done. Red 2 is as good as the first one with it's original cast returning again and kicking ass all over the place, just without Morgan Freeman and my favorite all time actor Karl Urban! Red 2 is the same level as Red 1 but still good one it is a good time, it does kind a little drag one, this one does feel a bit longer than the first one but still good. I am giving it a 9 which is A- for me because there wasn't Karl Urban in it.

Red 2 is 2013 American action comedy film and sequel to Red (2010). It was inspired by the limited comic book series of the same name, created by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, and published by the DC Comics imprint Homage.

9/10 Score: A- Studio: Summit Entertainment, Di Bonaventura Pictures, DC Entertainment Starring: Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Byung-hun Lee, Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren Director: Dean Parisot Screenplay: Jon Hoeber, Erich Hoeber Based on Red by Warren Ellis Cully Hamner Producer: Lorenzo di Bonaventura Rated: PG-13 Running Time: 1 Hr. 56 Mins. Budget: $84.000.000 Box Office: $148,075,565
2015-12-01
Returning to the formula of witty banter and over-the-top action, this reunion of aging spies back in action is still plenty of escapist fun
Defying conventional Hollywood logic, 'Red' (or short for 'Retired: Extremely Dangerous') cast a bunch of actors all above the age of 50 as aging spies forced back into action when their lives are threatened by the very agencies they used to serve. And yet, Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren turned the 2010 risky high- concept movie into a sleeper hit, thanks to a firm tongue-in-cheek sensibility that emphasised the actors' ages as much as it did the action.

And along with Mary-Louise Parker as Willis' earlier squeeze and Brian Cox as Mirren's former love, Willis, Malkovich and Mirren are back for yet another geezers-with-guns action adventure. Even better, the cast list includes the likes of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Anthony Hopkins, the former playing a Russian double agent who used to have the hots for Willis and the latter a daffy Cold War-era nuclear scientist that may or may not have the answers to their latest embroilment into international espionage.

'Red 2' is one of those sequels which rewards fans of the original, especially since returning scriptwriters Jon and Erich Hoeber pick up with Frank Moses (Willis) and Sarah (Parker) having settled down into a quiet and routine coupled life. But as 'Red' amply demonstrated, the former telephone operator craves for a life of excitement more than the CIA retiree, and so when Frank's paranoid former partner Marvin Boggs (Malkovich) turns up with yet another conspiracy theory about a Cold War weapons project named Nightshade that just got hot, Sarah jumps at the chance at getting back into action with Frank.

Though initially reluctant, Frank is once again back to doing what he does best when a murderous Pentagon special agent named Jack Horton (Neal McDonough in yet another icy arrogant villainous role) threatens his and Sarah's life. A surprisingly twisty plot ensues around the madcap vignettes that make up the rest of the movie, with Frank's former MI^ British counterpart Victoria (Mirren) sent to take Frank and Marvin out and ruthless South Korean contract killer Han (Lee Byung-Hun) recruited by Jack for exactly the same task.

To the Hoebers' credit, at no point does the busy plot ever come off throwaway, despite of course being the narrative glue for the various globe-trotting setpieces that see our heroes go from Paris to London to Moscow. Every city introduces a new piece of the puzzle, which ultimately proves cleverer than one expects it to be. Ditto for the bevy of characters, each of them with their own distinct quirks to add flavour to the entire package. Yes, though it's inevitable that some get more screen time than others, every role seems specifically tailored to the actor's strengths - whether Zeta-Jones' sultry old flame Katja or David Thewlis' information dealer 'The Frog' or Hopkins' shifty scientist Edward Bailey with a questionable case of amnesia.

Certainly, the ensemble cast contribute in no small measure to the roster of sprightly characters. Each and every one seem to relish not only the opportunity to work together, but also the chance to play against age and type. Willis keeps his cheeky wink-wink grin throughout, perhaps even more so now that he gets to romance not one but two beautiful ladies at the same time. Malkovich and Parker get some particularly hilarious scenes together, in particular one in which the former is seen alternately exasperated and terrified at the latter's sheer aggressive driving skills trying to outchase Zeta-Jones at capturing 'The Frog' down the streets of Paris. Mirren is once again a standout, absolutely regal portraying a woman with class and steeliness; while Hopkins is perfect as the inscrutably bumbling scientist with more up his sleeve. It's any director's dream come true to have such an impeccable cast, even more so when everyone knows exactly what the material expects of him or her.

In that coveted position is Dean Parisot, who takes over from Robert Schwentke by retaining much of the former film's mix of wry humour and over-the-top action. Obviously benefiting from a larger budget no doubt because of the success of its predecessor, Parisot amplifies the action to more ludicrous heights, with plenty of shootouts, car chases, bomb explosions and Mirren shooting pistols in two directions simultaneously from inside a spinning car. This is the kind of overblown action that characterised the high-octane baby-boomer action comedies of the 80s and 90s, and we suspect that the older audience that this is skewed towards will indeed be having a blast.

But really, with such a game cast of veterans, it's hard to resist throwing all caution and credibility out the window to simply revel in the kind of cartoonish live-action Hollywood was built and marketed on. Even though what was fresh the first time round feels a bit more familiar now, there is still much fun to be had in the banter and bullets. If summer popcorn fare is built on escapism, then the reunion of 'Really Entertaining Dudes' is just that sort of entertainment.
2013-07-30
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
Plenty of fun
RED = 'Retired: Extremely Dangerous' (sounds like me). In 2010, "RED" earned twice what it took to make, so I guess a sequel was inevitable and three years later fans of the first - which included this particular one-time agent - will enjoy the second.

Like all sequels, it's a mixture of the old (and most of them are old) gang and some newcomers, so Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Brian Cox and Mary-Louise Parker reprise their roles (Mirren is great and has a wonderful line about being the Queen of England), while arrivals included Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta Jones and South Korean Byung-hun Lee.

This constellation of stars is combined with heavy weaponry and light humour in a plot that is puerile (something about red mercury - don't ask) and peripatetic (bouncing between London, Paris and Moscow - although the studio work was shot in Canada). It's not James Bond or Jason Bourne but it gives older actors and viewers plenty of fun.
2013-08-03
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
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")
2013-12-22
Retired ex-agents unite to recover a missing nuclear device that holds the fate of the world.
Some sequels usually don't live up the original, but in this case Red 2 outperforms it's predecessor with flying colours. Considering R.E.D is based on a comic book series, Red 2 gives it more of a illustrated comic book feel especially in it's transitions between scenes and the slow- motion action styles. In addition to the epic all-star cast from the first Red, movie legends Anthony Hopkins and Catherine Zeta-Jones join the Red squad. Hopkins plays a senile weapons expert while Zeta-Jones takes on the role of the sexy Russian spy. Willis, Malkovich, Mirren, Mary Louise-Parker and Brian Cox reprise their roles from the first film. Red 2 contains elements of deception, which really shows the shifting in trust between the characters. Like every action movie, Red 2 is filled with, you guessed it, guns, lots of them. Guns everywhere, gunfights, gun battles and even a car chase mixed with a gunfight. If explosive action mixed with a diverse plot is what your looking for, Red 2 definitely will meet those requirements. Common throughout spy/action films, there is the constant location change from Paris, London and all throughout Europe, giving it kind of a global perspective emphasizing the importance of the task the Red gang faces.Red 2 is fluent, well- written, and uses the unique characters to deliver a witty, smart and dark comedic twist to a thrilling action experience. If you liked Red, you will love Red 2, plain and simple.
2014-01-30
Red 2 delivers
In a time where there are countless action movies we can always count on Bruce Willis to deliver. Following in the footsteps of "Red" Willis and company keep the laughs and action alive in this sequel. Malkocich is timely in his delivery as Marvin the wacked-out nutjob, Mirren is a gracious as ever and beautiful to no bounds as Victoria the MI-6 femme- fatale, Louise Parker delivers a spark of humor and sexiness as a plain Jane to Zeta Jones as the Russian Diva. I found Anthony Hopkins to be brilliant as ever as the witty, charismatic but unrelentless victim/villain. A profound film that just has an ensemble cast that makes the entire film fun to watch. I would surely recommend this to many for an afternoon feature or a fun evening. Granted the stunts and explosions are wild and far fetched but that is why we love cinema.
2014-11-15
Pretty bad. No. Very bad.
Sequels. Sadly most of them are just excuses for lame opportunities to cash in again. This is just that.

You know a movie is going to be bad when Anthony Hopkins dials in a terrible performance. His over the top and dial by numbers character isn't believable from the moment he enters. This is a dial it in buddy buddy film, where every scene is predictable in that it will introduce yet another character or a familiar old face just at the right difficult moment. Plot is irrelevant. Make it up as you go along. Just stick to the same formula repeatedly.

If you loved RED, you might be amused by the sequel. Just be aware it's more of the same, more unoriginal and the characters you love will need to be around for the next sequel. I give it a generous 5 for some reasonable efforts, a high production value and the immense talent that is wasted in this farce.
2016-05-30
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