🎦 RED 2 full movie HD download (Dean Parisot) - Crime, Thriller, Action, Comedy. 🎬
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Crime, Thriller, Action, Comedy
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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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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.
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!
Older but not more relaxed
Maybe a bit wiser though. We get some new characters in this, a bit of a typecasting takes place, but it does pick up where the first one left off. Did you like the first one? If you remember it and the mix of fun and action, try to imagine this amping it up a bit. Bruce Willis is most charismatic, when he is with his back against the wall, something the movie is very aware of.

It's also nice, that we get even more female power in this one, instead of them just hiding. There was some of that in part one, but it's another one that is amped up. It's still all PG-13 and that is more than OK, you don't need this to go overboard, because it might have lost it's touch with the comedy part
Some more fun and some more funny
Frank (Bruce Willis) loves the settled suburban life, but girlfriend Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker) pines for the exciting action. Marvin (John Malkovich) drops by complaining that Frank hasn't killed anybody in months. Before Marvin could convince Frank to return, he gets killed or did he?

Helen Mirren returns, and this time adds on Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Neal McDonough. But it's Mary-Louise Parker's comic timing that drives the movie. There was a taste of it in the first movie, but this time around, she's able to be front and center for the whole movie. Her character's need to get action drives Frank crazy, and drives the movie from a simple blow'em up actionrama. She is funny, and she has a great chemistry with the stoic Frank. Their chemistry was the best thing in the first movie, and is still the best thing in this movie.
Slightly weaker than the first film, but it still has enough humour and action to keep fans of the first film and of the genre as a whole happy
In this sequel to the hugely impressive first film, our crack team of RED (Retired, Extremely Dangerous operatives) find themselves on a mission to track down a nuclear bomb. All our operatives know is that the operation behind this bomb is simply known as 'Project Nightshade' and our team find themselves travelling to Paris, Moscow & London to try to discover more about 'Project Nightshade' and also to determine who has masterminded this project. To make matters worse for the RED team, they find out that they are being pursued by Han Cho Bai (Byung-Hun Lee) who is an ace contract killer who is being paid by the Americans to kill Moses and the RED team also have the Russian Counter Intelligence lead by Katja (Zeta Jones) who are also very keen to get their hands on this nuclear device.

I'll be the first to admit that I absolutely loved the first RED film and having only watched that film about 12 months ago I knew after watching it that a sequel was already being worked on. Naturally, I was eager to see it and I must admit that it was good, but like many sequels it does suffer the typical fate of 'not being as good as the original'.

What's interesting about this film is that whilst there are funny moments in the film, the majority of the funny scenes didn't stem from the one person who I expected them to stem from (namely John Malkovich). He was the funny one and the 'scene stealer' in the first film, but I found the majority of the laughs came from Moses' girlfriend Sarah (Mary Louise Parker). Marvin decided to include her in the mission (much to Moses' annoyance) and the team found that more often than not she became a hindrance rather than a help - this is due to the fact that she is the only member of the team that is a 'civilian'. Although her ineptness does cause the team problems, she also proves useful at times as well. This actually made her a much more useful asset than the team imagined. I'm not disappointed that Malkovich wasn't the 'show stopper' but more surprised. I believe that they gave Parker a larger and more humorous role to develop her character more and give her more to do so again this isn't a criticism, it's just it took me a little by surprise. Malkovich is still funny, but not quite as much as he was in the first film.

Then we come to the acting; Willis and Malkovich were both great as were Mirren and Parker. However, for me, the stand out performance was Anthony Hopkins. The guy is just in a different league to everyone else involved in this film. Even though he only features in the second half of the film, I found that it was his performance that made the most impact.

What let this film down slightly is that there weren't as many laughs as there were in the first film. I remember laughing regularly when watching the first film as opposed to laughing now and again in this sequel. The story is predictable for the most part, although it was still reasonably engaging. It's not as good as the first film, but it still has enough funny moments and action to keep fans of the first film, and of the genre as a whole happy. The anime cut scenes were a nice touch, but I'm not sure what the point of these scenes were?

Final thoughts; good film with enough laughter and action to make it a watchable film. If you like the first film, then you should enjoy this film. For some strange reason, I have a feeling that this won't be the last RED film that we will see on our screens.
Buckle up! Red 2 is every bit as fun as the first.
You want high octane action, plenty of witty quips, and at least one good chase scene? Of course you do, that's why you're at the page of an action flick. Well, worry not. This piece of guns and glory picks right up where the first installment left off, and doesn't overuse the elements that made the first Red so much fun.

That would boring. Bruce Willis isn't boring.

Malkovich, Mirren, Hopkins and Parker are likewise unfamiliar with the concept. (Zeta-Jones is just a little more acquainted with boring, but hey, she filled the demands of her role.)

Anyway, Red 2 is one of those few sequels which not only lives up to the first, but even maintains momentum for the franchise, all without relying so much on the original that it would all be gimmicks. Instead, Red 2 relies on its own novelty with a fresh plot, and even a fresh subplot between Frank and his girl -- which may or may not boil down to shoes, but hey, what a girl wants, right? {Dear God, why did I have to recall a 1999 Christina Aguilera hit!?}. *Ahem* As I was saying, I'm assuming this continued freshness has a lot to do with the source material (I've never read the comic, but it must be pretty killer.) Of course, with Willis and Malkovich, what else should we, the audience, expect? Awesome. We should expect awesome.

Just make sure you're in action flick mode before watching, or you'll ruin everything. No, really; everything. The best action movies don't have time for you to take them too seriously. Just ask the Governator.
Much better than the first one! Can't wait for part 3!
I had great expectations for this one! And hopefully they came true! This is a must see, action packed and funny adventure!

The cast is superb! The new characters make the movie even more enjoyable than the first one while the relationship between Frank and Sharah is well tested and explored! I also loved the fact that the scriptwriters decided to expand the action in different cities outside the US, like Moscow and Paris. And the plot is much more solid but I'm not gonna reveal anything. Malkovich is RED's Jack Sparrow. His performance is awesome! This guy's line can make you laugh when you are not expecting it! I also want to praise Willis' amazing facial expressions! Watching him being surprised or irritated is just great!

In total, RED 2 is much better than the first one, and I really love the first film. You should check it out if you like funny, entertaining and action packed movies! You won't regret it!
A lot better than you might think although it doesn't do anything brave
Red was a very fun action comedy but if you asked whether it needed a sequel few would actually say yes. However, since it was successful a sequel is what we get, but thankfully the damage is little. Expanding the awesome cast of the first, the assassins try to track down a portable nuclear device and plenty of comic action ensues. Although it goes the motions and doesn't come up with an interesting plot Red 2 is far more fun than expected. The selling point of the film is the cast and mostly it delivers on this front. Bruce Willis gives one of the phoned in performances he seems to be becoming known for, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren and Anthony Hopkins are excellent and everyone else is entertaining. Aside from Willis, who could just be there for the paycheck, everyone seems to be having a good time and the enjoyment is infectious. Red 2 isn't as good as the original as it goes more into action territory, but it's not a disaster and manages to be one of the better films of an awful summer.

Red 2 doesn't do anything memorable or adventurous and follows the action comedy checklist, ticking most of the boxes. It's fairly forgettable as everything in this movie has been done before and it trades goofy fun for bombast up to a point, but it is totally inoffensive and genuinely fun entertainment. The script isn't as funny, but it's still jokey and has a lightness of touch which isn't seen enough these days. The action sequences aren't as over the top as you'd expect, and use the surroundings in an interesting and memorable way. It's a well directed film in general, and provides plenty of goofy thrills. It's nothing special, but given the less than enthusiastic reviews it certainly exceeds expectations. Like most sequels it's inferior, but surprisingly it comes relatively close to the original. Bruce Willis is a bit off putting at times, but overall it's an enjoyable slice of silly action. Even if watching London getting blown up in 2013 movies is getting annoying.

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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