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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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Lean back and have fun
Its a sympathetic movie living of they main characters. Only disappointment is Bruce Willis who wouldn't be missed by anyone if he wasn't in the movie at all.

Mary-Louise Parker did her part well, was very hilarious sometimes. also all the others worked well together in harmony. Antony Hopkins ... well no surprise here brilliant as ever.

Also the Devil is in the Detail, if you watch closely you'll see that they use almost any action movie stereotype they could find. from sniping guns out of hands by hitting the barrel till classical Kung Fu style "how the use the door of a fridge to put down an overwhelming number of enemy's".

BTW Note about the Fact Errors, its true that the "US Military" used an Antonov at the end however it was a CIA operation which used any kind of airplane even Russian ones in the past. seems logic not to park an us jet on the Moscow airport
ready, set, fire
When I saw the original "RED", it was a bit of a shock to see tough guy Bruce Willis and high-brow Helen Mirren co-star. Like its predecessor, "RED 2" is not a movie that you can take seriously. It knows exactly what kind of movie it is, and so it goes all out. This time, Bruce Willis and his band of weirdos have to locate a missing nuclear warhead. There's no realism here, just two hours of gunfights. But this movie is basically a joke, so it's OK. The aim is to entertain, and it succeeds 100%. As before, John Malkovich's character is the best one in the movie. Above all, it's fun to watch the gaggle of characters travel all over the place in their task. It would be a fun movie to experience were there not the risk of getting shot to death.

I recommend it.
MI-6 Reloaded
Distribution of this part is about the same , except that they have two more came in smaller roles. Interesting is that these stories never end with happy endings, where I kinda angry lately. If we look in more detail, the situation is not so happy as transposing some. I think we need a movie about as realistic espionage thriller and mystery as dramatic accents include, for in fact no one takes responsibility for anything, all "because the Government". The Government is involved in these events triggered by intelligence agencies, the condition worsens in the world, that such wars are born. The problem is even greater when I think that everything that happens in the world is actually a mass manipulation to divert attention elsewhere. Something like that happens when you illusionist distraction while you do your number. Anyway , the movie is good.
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.
Excellent sequel
RED 2 definitely knows how to make a sequel. It keeps doing exactly what made the first film so great, it continues the storyline into a logical direction, the returning actors are just as good and the new ones fit right in.

What might make RED 2 even better than its predecessor is the fact that the story is much more interesting. I appreciated the first film for its actors and its humour, but wasn't too enthusiastic about its story, which I felt was just a basic shoot-em-up. RED 2 on the other hand takes full advantage of its action comedy premise and delivers us a good old-fashioned adventure, with Russians, Cold War threats, mad science and nuclear explosives. Classic elements given a humorous spin.

The humour and acting are once again topnotch. Obviously they used most of the best old people jokes in the first film, which is why this time the jokes revolve around the characters, which works wonderfully because this time we already know them. The actors are also at the top of their game and Anthony Hopkins is especially well-suited for his role. Though I must say that I do miss Morgan Freeman. A loose action adventure like this one could have handled bringing him back so it's a shame they didn't take advantage of it. Still, a minor issue.

Did you like RED? Then you're going to love its sequel. Hopefully they'll make it into a trilogy.
'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
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.
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
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
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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