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    Red 2

    Frank and Marvin are retired C.I.A agents. One day, a information about Nightshade - a nuclear weapon - appears on Wikileaks and it mention Frank and Marvin related to this weapon. Immediately, Frank, Marvin and Sarah become the target of US, UK and Russian goverment.
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  • Actors of "Red 2"

  • Characters of "Red 2"

    Frank Moses. Character of Red 2
    Played by: Bruce Willis
    Marvin Boggs. Character of Red 2
    Played by: John Malkovich
    Sarah Ross. Character of Red 2
    Victoria. Character of Red 2
    Played by: Helen Mirren
    Bailey. Character of Red 2
    Han Cho Bai. Character of Red 2
    Played by: Byung-hun Lee
    Han's Father. Character of Red 2
    Played by: Jong Kun Lee
    Miranda Wood. Character of Red 2
    Jack Horton. Character of Red 2
    Played by: Neal McDonough
    The Frog. Character of Red 2
    Played by: David Thewlis
    Ivan Simeonov. Character of Red 2
    Played by: Brian Cox
    Kremlin Guard. Character of Red 2
    MI6 Chief Security Officer. Character of Red 2
    Played by: Eric Davis
  • Directors of "Red 2"

    Dean Parisot. Director of Red 2
    Dean Parisot
  • Creators of "Red 2"

    Jon Hoeber. Director of Red 2
    Jon Hoeber
    Erich Hoeber. Director of Red 2
    Erich Hoeber
  • Critic Reviews of "Red 2"

    Time Out
    July 30, 2013

    Ultimately, it's popcorn nihilism without the big laughs that helped distract from the casual approach to life and death in 'Red'.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    July 22, 2013

    This is a likable, almost gentle comedy and also a violent action film about the possibility of a nuclear bomb going off in a major city.

    The Atlantic
    July 19, 2013

    Willis is self-evidently capable of kicking the asses of men considerably younger than himself. But at some point shouldn't he consider an alternative pastime?

    New York Magazine/Vulture
    July 19, 2013

    No movie with this much ass-kicking should feel so lifeless.

    Denver Post
    July 19, 2013

    Ridiculously action-packed and just as endearing, Red 2 is why we go to sequels despite our well-earned cynicism about studios churning them out.

    Christian Science Monitor
    July 19, 2013

    It's nice to see oldsters cavorting in kaboom movies, but a little of this stuff goes a long way.

    The Film Stage
    July 11, 2016

    Red 2 is chock full of red herrings with none more glaring than the one tricking us into thinking the screenwriters' return would retain the tone and feel of the first.

    April 17, 2016

    "Red 2" is at least as good as its predecessor, if not noticeably better.

    Critic's Notebook
    October 08, 2015

    It's not that surprising coming from a Bruce Willis flick, but its thesis of gun lovers being morally superior to bomb lovers is still entirely suspect.

    Big Hollywood
    December 23, 2013

    A highly-watchable but stilted sequel that serves as a complacent sequel to the fun original.

    Cinema Sight
    December 15, 2013

    Much of the originality has faded and Morgan Freeman's absence is keenly felt, but the end result is still a fun, exciting adventure.

    We Got This Covered
    November 25, 2013

    Red 2 fails to capture the fun of the first film, but manages to hold on to its weaker traits, such as a bloated runtime and an inundation of mindless action sequences, turning this into a rather forgettable affair.

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