17 Userkritiken zum Film R.E.D. 2 von Dean Parisot mit Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker - bena-rt.com Über Blu-ray Filme bei Thalia ✓»R.E.D. 2 - Noch Älter. Härter. Besser«von Dean Parisot, Bruce Willis, Catherine Zeta-Jones, John Malkovich, Helen. ProCinema: Red 2 (Dean Parisot, ) Red 2. STARTDATEN. Schweiz. Deutschschweiz. Suisse romande. Tessin.
R.E.D. 2 [dt./OV]R.E.D. 2 [dt./OV]. ()IMDb 6,61 Std. 56 MinX-Ray Ex-CIA-Agent Frank Moses will sich mit Freundin Sarah eigentlich ein geruhsames Leben. Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise Parker und John Malkovich in R.E.D. 2
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Taglines: They're ex-CIA, but they're back in action. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Sir Anthony Hopkins and Dame Helen Mirren starred in Hitchcock Goofs at around 53 mins Just before Victoria walks on the road in England, Frank looks in the rear-view mirror at Sarah, and his face has a five o'clock shadow.
When he asks, "How could she have possibly found us? This continues for the remainder of the scene. Quotes [ first lines ] Frank : Baby, check this out.
Huh, a power washer? We need one of these. Sarah : Yeah. Frank : On the patio in the back yard. Frank : Should we go look at those window treatments?
Sarah : No. Frank : Do you want one of those hotdogs? They're very good. Sarah : Baby, you are a heck of a homemaker.
You know that? But, um, we, you know, we could just go to dinner. Frank : Well, you know, if you don't make it User Reviews A refreshing action comedy 19 December by Gordon — See all my reviews.
Was this review helpful to you? Especially when you know the casting. Very tight piece of work. Talked to the producers last week.
They're all kind of giddy over the casting coups. Who wouldn't want to see Helen Mirren with a sniper rifle? Reilly, who exited the role in late December.
Principal photography began on January 18, , in Toronto, Canada. A teaser trailer for Red was released on June 24, The consensus reads: "It may not be the killer thrill ride you'd expect from an action movie with a cast of this caliber, but Red still thoroughly outshines most of its big-budget counterparts with its wit and style.
Justin Chang of Variety stated Red is "An amusing, light-footed caper about a team of aging CIA veterans rudely forced out of retirement". Roger Ebert gave the film two stars out of four, stating that it is "neither a good movie nor a bad one.
It features actors that we like doing things we wish were more interesting. Scott of The New York Times said, "It is possible to have a good time at Red , but it is not a very good movie.
It doesn't really try to be, and given the present state of the Hollywood economy, this may be a wise choice". The film's inescapable air of glib self-satisfaction is not only largely unearned, it's downright irritating".
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Datasat, Dolby Digital. Bruce Willis Frank. John Malkovich Marvin. Mary-Louise Parker Sarah. Anthony Hopkins Bailey.
Dame Helen Mirren Victoria. Catherine Zeta-Jones Katja. Byung-hun Lee Han Cho Bai. David Thewlis The Frog. Brian Cox Ivan.
Neal McDonough Gordon. Dean Parisot Director. Jon Hoeber Screenwriter. Erich Hoeber Screenwriter. Lorenzo di Bonaventura Producer.
Mark Vahradian Producer. Jake Myers Executive Producer. David Ready Executive Producer. Enrique Chediak Cinematographer. Jim Clay Production Design.
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September 21, Rating: 2. August 27, Rating: B- Full Review…. April 10, Rating: B- Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jul 22, This was a very enjoyable film.
The story continues with the retired - and more dangerous than anybody else - agents. Frank and his comrades find themselves treading all over the globe and finding conflict at each stop.
If you haven't seen the first film, you can still enjoy this piece. You won't understand all of the relationships immediately, but the story stands on its own.
And it does a very good job at that. The movie was so much fun. It had clever and well-thought out jokes throughout the film.
The jokes kept coming and were very skillfully timed. The action was thrilling. Along with the jokes, non-stop action to get your blood pumping filled this film.
They kept the same feel of cool, unreasonable stunts and explosions from the first movie, but they also added a lot more hand-to-hand combat, which was still very amusing to watch and excellently choreographed.
The acting was great and the story was well-written with actual twists. The soundtrack and sound effects made all the guns and explosions that much more convincing and enjoyable.
This film had a much higher body count than the last one, but still managed to keep it pretty light-hearted.
If you liked the first one, this film will not disappoint. If you haven't seen the first one it's still very entertaining to watch.
Bruce B Super Reviewer. Jul 20, Since its ridiculous nominee as 'Best Musical or Comedy Movie of the Year' in the Golden Globes, I think 'Red 2' has quite improving by attracted such another great cast such as Anthony Hopkins, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and a lovely performance from Lee Byung-hun..
But still, the important thing from this movie is not only Helen Mirren can shoot but so do Mary-Louise Parker! Well, I just hope they still considering making this franchise into a trilogy since I expecting another surprise, well I'm just joking..
May 25, In my review of Taken, I spoke about two growing trends in mainstream filmmaking: "older protagonists as a reaction to a market saturated with youth, and weighty actors downsizing into trashy B-movies.
Into this market driven by nostalgia and the need for pension plans comes Red 2, a sequel to one of the more slow-burning hits of Reuniting the original cast with a couple of new faces, it aims to bring a more overtly comic-book feel to a sub-genre built around nuts-and-bolts action thriller plots.
The result is a little disappointing, not to say a little dull, but it's not without a few good moments. As much as I objected to Taken, on grounds both structural and moral, I fully acknowledge the appeal of seeing older action stars - nay, just older actors - on screen in prominent, active and entertaining roles.
Because so much of mainstream cinema is shaped around the demands of teenage boys, the range of roles available to actors becomes more restricted as they age.
Unless you want to carve out a career playing Basil Exposition or people's grandparents, you're pretty much dead in the water by the age of A good benchmark from this perspective would be the films of Nigel Cole, such as Saving Grace and Calendar Girls.
Both of these films are driven by older characters, who conform to some generic conventions but still feel like real people.
While neither of these films are the most disciplined or structurally sound, they tell interesting stories which charm us and lead us to forgive or overlook their shortcomings.
While Cole's output wins outright in a fight over well-written female characters, Red 2 does have as much going for it behind the camera. Dean Parisot's output has been uneven, but he did helm the highly entertaining Galaxy Quest, once described by J.
Abrams as "one of the best Star Trek movies ever made". Alan Silvestri, the film's composer, has a great record with Robert Zemeckis and more recently with Marvel.
And the film is shot by Enrique Chediak, who did a really good job on Hours and 28 Weeks Later. Sadly, for all this build-up, none of the talent involved in Red 2 comes close to matching their reputations, on either side of the camera.
Whatever the merits of its predecessor, this film is ultimately rather lacklustre in both its story and execution. While it's assembled in a workable enough manner to pass a couple of hours, it is in the end pretty forgettable fare, and considering who is involved that is the last thing that it should be.
Part of the problem lies in the attitudes of the cast. Todd Gilcrist wrote in his review that Bruce Willis "seems unmotivated to smile at all, much less offer a series of emotions that constitute a believable or compelling performance.
That wouldn't be a problem if the film were a sombre, depressing existential parable, but it is a problem when you're trying to make an upbeat action thriller with lots of jokes.
Much like Sean Connery, Willis is an actor who clearly betrays when he does and doesn't want to be in a given film. When he's confident in a script or having a blast on set, such as in Die Hard, Twelve Monkeys or Looper, he holds himself much more precisely and seems far more natural in his movements.
When he's doing something purely because he needs the money, he slumps his shoulders, narrows his eyes and is much less responsive to his fellow actors.
While this is by no means his worst performance, let alone his worst film, it does give off vibes of him only doing the part because he has to be that.