🎦 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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More of the same thank you and roll on red 3
I loved red, why? well the characters, i cared about them and with a cast as skilled and as fluid as this one its no surprise, most of the action films nowadays just fail, but here we have a cast of actual characters with characteristics, personalities but still they are the professional assassins they have always been, compared with other movies this wins, I've watched it 3 time, action is good, hopkins was sheer class and he outsmarts the lot of them (almost) have read a lot of negative reviews about this movie and i don't get it, marv single handedly is one of the funniest characters there and they all play off each other perfectly, even the guy that infatuated with helens mirrens character makes me laugh, a lot of films nowadays are so plastic when it comes to characters its unreal, but thats what make the great actors different from the rest, and bruce willis does what he does best, get out of near death situations, I've seen someone put expendables vs red in the comments bit, for me its red every time and the best ever getting into a car scene you'll ever see! and finally to those who want drama watch a series this is action popcorn flick and it does exactly what it says on the tin, these younger actors have got big shoes to fill and judging by this they ain't up to the job give me this cast anyday! roll on red 3!!!!!!!!!
Its important to enjoy life while you still can!
Retired C.I.A. agent Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) and his retired but extremely dangerous operatives are back to face danger again. There's a nuclear threat to be snuffed out but things really could go either way...

It's pretty much more of the same really, which apparently hasn't been enough for some critics who wanted a different movie. It's not as if this is lazy, yes it's still Frank and his aged assassins fighting old age as well as an outside threat, but there's a flip-flop in plotting and the additions of Anthony Hopkins, Byung-hun Lee and Catherine Zeta-Jones are most welcome. It's also so nice to see the adorable Mary-Louise Parker get a substantial part this go around, while Helen Mirren (still sexy and gorgeous in her late 60s) is delightfully sociopathic!

Red 2 is full to the brim with acting talent who are in on the fun joke of it all. Action is never in short supply and the pace is never allowed to sag by director Dean Parisot. The characters remain strong thanks to the screenplay (Jon and Erich Hoeber) and the airy humour is consistent and keeps the violence grounded. Basically, this is a hugely enjoyable ball of action based froth. 7/10
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.
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!'
RED 2 equals or even surpasses RED! This is a movie for people who enjoy sitting back and being entertained by fancy camera work, a story that has a plausible plot, smart dialog (Jon and Erich Hoeber), astute direction (Dean Parisot), and most of all a cast of some of cinema's finest actors who look like they are having such a great time you don't want the at times rather silly movie to end.

The plot, twisted and turned now and then just to keep us glued, is simple that of a retired C.I.A. agent Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) who reunites his unlikely team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a missing portable nuclear device. The team includes John Malkovich (absolutely hilarious role for him), Mary-Louise Parker (often stealing the show), Helen Mirren (gorgeous as ever and having the time of her life knocking off just about everybody who gets in her way). The other folks who are on varying sides of the law (nobody really plays by the rules) include Anthony Hopkins (in stellar form), Catherine Zeta-Jones, David Thewlis, Brian Cox, Byung-hun Lee (in a brilliantly choreographed martial arts role and the physique to match), Neal McDonough, and Tim Pigott-Smith among others.

No, it is not deep, but it is silly and funny and entertaining and an exceptionally good time. This cast deserves an ensemble award! Grady Harp, November 13
Move Over Bruce!
After watching RED I knew with absolute certainty that I wasn't watching RED 2. Needless to say, since I'm writing this review, I watched RED 2. Well, at least I can say I didn't pay for it.

RED 2, like RED, was a high octane, shoot em up movie big on action and small on story. The only differentiating factor that separates this movie from so many others is that the main characters are all AARP members.

As I pondered upon why I didn't like this movie compared to other action movies that I did like, it hit me: I don't care to see sexagenarians parading around like Jason Bourne. Your, or anyone's, rooting interest in this movie lies solely in one's like or dislike of Bruce Willis and gang. I haven't seen a Bruce Willis movie I like since Unbreakable (although Surrogates wasn't too bad). Bruce is just too old to keep doing this stuff and he fails to reinvent himself. What, is he going to be 80 years old still knocking out trained killers and killing bad guys? At least Clint Eastwood had sense enough to go a different direction. Even in the movie Unforgiven, Eastwood played an over-the-hill gunslinger that operated very much in the boundaries of an over-the-hill gunslinger.

All I ask is that Bruce and company leave the action to the youngsters. Bruce, man, it's time to move over. Let the young up-and-coming draft picks get a chance to play. I know that you, like Brett Favre, don't like to leave the game, but guess what, it's time for others to shine.
Retired but still more dangerous
RED was a refreshing hit film with old retires spies getting back into action and the sight of Helen Mirren blasting the bad guys all with tongue in cheek.

More of the same with RED 2. No Morgan Freeman but we have Oscar winners Catherine Zeta Jones and Anthony Hopkins joining the team. Therefore we have the potential prospect of Brian Cox (Hannibal Lecter Mark 1) sharing the scenes with Anthony Hopkins (Hannibal Lecter Mark 2) but alas no dialogue is shared between the two top thespians.

RED 2 gets into gear swiftly and the action moves from the USA, to Paris to London and Moscow. There are again sinister CIA agents hunting for them along with MI6, Iranians and Russians as well as Byung-hun Lee playing one of the world's top hit men.

Malkovich provides most of the humour this time round and Hopkins plays the jailed scientist who might be not as endearing or befuddled as he makes out to be.

It all moves swiftly along but there is a sense of seen it all better in the first movie and despite a few twists, maybe more time should had been spent on script development.
The fun continues...
I thought the first film was a lot of fun and was pretty excited to see this one...I wasn't disappointed.

First off, the cast is great. Bruce Willis, for once in a long while, looks like he actually cares about the project and he is once again great with Mary-Louise Parker and John Malkovich. Helen Mirren continues to prove that there isn't a role she can't play and the new comers to the series, like Anthony Hopkins and Byung-hun Lee, are amazing and fun to watch. And Lee's fight scenes are just awesome! Like the last film, the movie is funny and the action is over-the-top and outrageous to watch. The movie is exactly how comic book adaptations/popcorn action films are meant to be...just a riot to watch!

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That Old Gang Of Mine
There's nothing like a good franchise to keep the coffers full so just as Frank Moses is settling into domesticity he gets a call from the Front Office and before you can say, 'Cut, Print' there's Moses back in the rushes and in the centre of a caper that's even more outre' than the first RED with the 'team' supplemented by the Morrie and Dai duo from the 'Valleys' Catherine Zeta Jones and Anthony Hopkins. You don't want to know the plot and even if I told you you wouldn't believe me so suffice it to say that no one was harmed by credibility when shooting this picture and the good guys live to fight another day. Check your brain at the door and lay a king-size box of popcorn on your taste buds.
Don't bother!!
If you watched the first part of Red you will be rather disappointed. Even such amazing actors as Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Anthony Hopkins didn't help. It's just very boring. For a whole movie the viewer is waiting for something to happen but it's just not happening. Don't get me wrong there is a lot of action but... Let's just say everything is very easy to predict.Cartoon edits, which look like being taken from marvel comics and pop in every once in a while, are very annoying. It looks as if this movie is good only in the prism of ads of Pringles, lotus, Papa Johns. Those brands are very well highlighted. It makes you want to think if those companies paid to produce this movie or if it is just a happy coincidence. Second part is almost never as good as a first one but in this case it's just very bad.
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