Overall Rank: 5930
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 60
Theatrical Release Date: 07/19/2013
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 11/26/2013
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Dean Parisot
Actors: Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Byung-Hun Lee
Plot: Frank Moses must bring his distinctly old-school team back together for a globe-trotting missions when a portable nuclear device goes missing. Facing relentless assassins, deadly terrorists and power-hungry government officials the out-manned, and out-gunned team will have to use their wits and experience to protect the world - and save their skin. -- Chris Kavan
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Matthew Brady - wrote on 01/06/2014
They many be old but they are up for a third movie. It's weird that the director of R.I.P.D director of the first one I don't know why I just find that weird.the director of the movie didn't do much in the past but in this movie he did okay and the other cast did okay too.
sapien - wrote on 07/31/2013
It was pretty much exactly like the first one, except this one had Anthony Hopkins in it. lol.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 09/23/2017
Frank and Marvin are targeted for assassination when a document appears online implicating them in a secret plot to smuggle a nuclear device into Russia during the Cold War.
RED 2 begins pretty much where the original left off as a one idea, one note film; namely that the action men and women are quite old. Thankfully as the story trundles on it adds more spice and colour in the shape of Byung-Hun Lee - the Korean star who provides all of the best action sequences - and Antony Hopkins' affable maniac who is always fun when he is on screen. Otherwise it's a similar cocktail of geezers with guns that resembles a geriatric Mission: Impossible.
It's still a one joke, one note film but the finale is done with enough humour and panache to make up for its more workmanlike moments and …
Chris Kavan - wrote on 11/18/2013
The reason I found Red 2 to be just as enjoyable as the original film is because, once again, everyone involved looks like they're having a lot of fun. The film delivers the right mix of humor and action - and with this mix of actors (veterans and newcomers alike) it works exceedingly well - even moreso for sequel.
Once again we follow Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) a dangerous operative now trying to live a normal life with his new wife Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker) - who is looking for anything but a normal life, wanting in on some of the intrigue and danger that Moses is well-known for. Fortunately the slightly unhinged Marvin (the always wonderful John Malkovich) sniffs out a new plot... moments before his vehicle explodes.
It seems a leaked document that mentions the top secret …
Looneymanthegreat - wrote on 07/28/2013
RED is one of the better straight up old school action movies to come out in recent years, and I for one was pretty excited about the sequel (obviously I’m the only person who was excited, the movie so far is failing to match the gross of it’s predecessor.) while it’s still a lot of fun to watch the characters from the first RED get back together and have an adventure, it can’t quite recreate the magic of the original.
While the plot of the first RED was beautiful in its simplicity, the plot of RED 2 is overly complicated, and dosn’t really provide the run-time to make it all make sense.
The film does a good job of moving forward with the main couples relationships and provides good action. Unfortunately the movie moves so fast that the audience isn’t given a chance …
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