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RED 2: The Movie That Will Keep You on the Edge of Your Seat

RED was a refreshing hit film with old retired spies getting back into action. It had the sight of Helen Mirren blasting the bad guys. It was all tongue in cheek.RED 2 is more of the same. 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.) Alas no dialogue is shared between these two.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 despite a few twists.

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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")

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.

While writers Jon Hoeber and Eric Hoeber adroitly penned the first Red, their sequel script is full of holes so big you could shoot AK-47s through them. And despite a set-up of a ticking time clock counting down to global annihilation, the dramatic suspense fizzles.

In 2010, audiences were taken by surprise when DC Comics' RED came to the big screen in a smart, fun, and hilarious action comedy. Bruce Willis plays a retired CIA operative named Frank Moses who is hunted by the Agency when an up-and-coming successor to Willis is assigned to hunt him, no questions asked. Frank and a few of his old pals team up to find out exactly what is going on and set things right. It's a very entertaining film with slick direction and just the right cool and jazzy score from Christophe Beck to give the movie the right feel to keep the festivities light and amusing. Now, three years later, director Dean Parisot takes over, replacing Robert Schwentke, and Beck is swapped as composer for Alan Silvestri. Sadly, RED 2 never quite reaches the levels that its predecessor achieved.

Silvestri's score for 1985's Back to the Future is still one of my all-time favorite. However, it seems like Silvestri hasn't quite been able to make many truly memorable scores since then. Unfortunately, RED 2 fares no better than other sequels Silvestri has scored (The Mummy Returns comes to mind--not being able to hold a candle to Jerry Goldsmith's), never matching or besting the score of the original film. Why does this matter, you may wonder? A score can make or break a film, and mood and tone is what RED had going for it from scene one where we saw Frank mulling around his house bored out of his mind with retired life. It's kind of like how David Holme's jazzy and fun scores for Ocean's 11 and its two sequels added a lot to the vibe of the series. Also, Beck's score was throughout the entire movie of RED. Here, the score is so infrequent that it never feels like the same universe that Schwentke had established. And the first movie used the music to make the violence less serious. The brawl between Frank and Cooper (Karl Urban's character) wouldn't have been the same without "Back in the Saddle" playing and sudden cuts to Sarah sitting in a cafeteria reading a magazine. It was comedic gold.

And that's biggest problem Parisot has here. One of my favorite comedies of all time is Galaxy Quest, a film by Parisot, and I was really surprised by how he seemed to flounder a bit here. If scenes weren't cutting so fast like it'd been edited in Vine on a smart phone, other scenes just dragged without a hint of musical accompaniment to move it along a bit. Beck's score was heroic, thrilling, smooth and even light and funny at times, and Silvestri sits out most of the opportunities to add something (save for an incredible fight scene with Byung-hun Lee's Han... Which probably wasn't even his score). Because the mood isn't light where it needs it most, the violence feels all that more gritty and brutal. There's a great deal of stabbings, shootings and beatings, and it's just too serious too often. When we meet Cooper in RED as he's giving his wife parental advice via phone while staging a man's murder as a CIA cover-up, it's done in a tongue-in-cheek way. We get a glimpse of Victoria doing something similarly while on the phone with Frank in RED 2, but the governmental clean-up man, Jack, who's played by Neal McDonough, is never likable nor as fun to watch as Urban was as Cooper. While it's good that RED 2 doesn't try to copy RED too much, it sometimes makes you wonder in anyone working on RED 2 had even seen the first movie (I realize the cell phone we see Marvin using is some bizarre hybrid of about 10 phones, but he's SO against cell phones in the first movie that it seems completely out of character to see him using one in this one!).

When the plot isn't being too convoluted to follow, the best thing RED 2 has going for it is seeing the characters again. And while Malkovitch's burned out, nutty Marvin seems oddly quieter and less quirky this time, having the gang back together again--in some form--is still a delight. Adding Han to the team, in some form, is a nice addition, as well as Anthony Hopkins in a delightfully looney role, and Catherine Zeta-Jones as a foil for Sarah. It was also nice to see Byung-hun Lee in another action movie outside the G.I. Joe franchise, and his action scenes were highly entertaining. Some of the action sequences are really impressive and fun, too, but the violence is definitely amped up this time. Expect to see people stabbed and shot to death several times throughout the course of the movie.

With that said, I'd say the content is a hard PG-13, with the violence being the biggest aspect. Knives seem to be a common tool, and some scenes narrowly escape being more violent than they turn out to be (like Sarah saving a guy from being tortured with a knife at the last second), while other scenes show characters being stabbed quickly but with lethal results. There are also some brutal fight scenes where Han clears a convenience store of officers using martial artist and the door of a mini fridge, and when he and Frank face-off later. And a SWAT team of sorts tries to subdue Frank with violent results (including showing a man get hung by the neck with the strap of his own rifle). Language isn't constant, but there are a handful of "S" words and some blasphemy. I also thought I might have heard the "F" word once during a tense scene from a miscellaneous character before they got shot, but it wasn't clear. Sexual content is limited to a couple mild remarks and some passionate kissing (which is usually comedic), but it's not particularly racy or vulgar. Lastly, if you hate large spiders, there are two brief scenes containing them. First, Sarah finds a jar in the back of Marvin's car with a couple tarantulas inside crawling on the walls of the jar and she holds it up for a second before putting it back down out of sight. Later, we see Marvin hold the jar up for a second to threaten a guy with while he's interrogating him. Thankfully, that remains the extent of them in the movie.

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Overall, while I was pretty disappointed that RED 2 didn't follow the feel of what made RED so enjoyable, it's still fun to see these characters again. There's already been talk of a RED 3 (although I'm sure that hinges on the box office success of this entry), and if it happens, I'd love to see Schwentke and Beck come back to the team once again. I can see myself warming up to this movie with repeat viewings, but my initial feeling is that it falls very short of what made RED the hit that it was.


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