July 18



Poster for the movie "RED 2"

RED 2 (2013)

PG-13 116 min - Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller - 18 July 2013

Retired C.I.A. agent Frank Moses reunites his unlikely team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a missing portable nuclear device.

Director:  Dean Parisot
Writers:  Cully Hamner, Warren Ellis
Stars:  Bruce Willis, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich, Mary-Louise Parker, David Thewlis, Neal McDonough, Lee Byung-hun, Neve Gachev, Lee Asquith-Coe, George Georgiou, Paul Hopkins, Garrick Hagon, Brian Cox, Tim Pigott-Smith, Bentley Kalu, Mitchell Mullen, Michael Vardian, Jong Kun Lee, Martin Sims, Tristan D. Lalla, Khalid Laith, Tom Wu, Emilio Doorgasingh, David Papava, Dan Jeannotte, Aleksandar Mikić, Vincent Hoss-Desmarais, Nathalie Buscombe, Tony Pritchard, Kirris Riviere, Wahab Sheikh, Steven Berkoff, Vlasta Vrána, Robert Davide, Adam Shaw, Tom Hodgkins, Emma Heming, Moe Jeudy-Lamour, Penny Bunton, Nathan Wiley, Eric Davis, Andrew Byron, Alexandre Gorchkov, Michael Hearn, Sandra Lavoie, Rebecca Croll, Georg Nikoloff, Bianca Bellange, Kevin Woodhouse, Terry Maguire, Xavier Laurent, Sherif Eltayeb, Alan Grice, Thomas Thoroe, Yo Santhaveesuk, Waj Ali, Tony Smith, James Jaysen Bryhan, Philip Arditti


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Retired C.I.A. agent Frank Moses reunites his unlikely team of elite operatives for a global quest to track down a missing portable nuclear device.



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Country:   Canada,   France,   United States of America
Language:  English, French, Russian
Release Date:  18 July 2013

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Company Credits

Production Companies:  DC Comics, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Summit Entertainment, DC Entertainment

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 56 min

[vc_row][vc_column][wpsm_woobox id=”47659″][/vc_column][/vc_row]by Ginger

Bruce Willis, John Malkoich, and Mary-Louise Parker are back for another worldwide hunt for a missing portable nuclear device. Red 2 is an action packed adventure and it stars Bruce Willis, so it may not be the best family friendly movie choice. This one was rated PG-13 by the MPAA, but this kids movie review thinks that it might be a little too much for younger ones. Here is why.

First, the plot can be summarized in only a few short sentences. A retired CIA agent must reunite his elite team to track down some bad guys who have control of a portable nuclear device. Alright, so maybe it can be summarized in one sentence. This means that the rest is filled with other stuff. Whatever could this other “stuff” be? Let us once again remember that it is a Bruce Willis being the good guy film.

This movie has sexual references throughout. It is mostly suggestive language and body language. One of the characters uses kisses to interrogate her subjects. There is one obscured posterior view in one scene, but no real nudity. There are many brutal ways to die in this movie. You also might just learn a few new tricks to do with common office supplies. There are many brutal fights, beatings, car bombings, guns, knives, grenades, and did I forget to mention a nuclear explosion. Yes, this is a high body count and high bullet count movie. There are abundant swear words. There are also drugs and one person in an asylum for the criminally insane. There is one reference to the government doing experiments with street drugs.

Don’t think the fun is over, that was just the short list. There many long, lengthy car chases with more crashes and near misses than one dare count. There are lots of explosions, and many sad scenes. This movie is nonstop action. There are many jokes and humorous moments in the movie that revolve around someone being hurt or killed. For those that like the heavy hitting Bruce Willis film, this one looks very good, but it might be a good idea to leave those who are under thirteen at home. This parental guide to the movies thinks that this one might be too much for some adults too.


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