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Red 2010


Based on the cult D.C. Comics graphic novels by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, RED is an action-comedy starring Bruce Willis, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and Helen Mirren. Frank (Bruce Willis), Joe (Morgan Freeman), Marvin (John Malkovich) and Victoria (Helen Mirren) used to be the CIAs top agents but the secrets they know just made them the Agencys top targets. Now framed for assassination, they must use all of their collective cunning, experience and teamwork to stay one step ahead of their deadly pursuers and stay alive. To stop the operation, the team embarks on an impossible, cross-country mission to break into the top-secret CIA headquarters, where they will uncover one of the biggest conspiracies and cover-ups in government history.

Release Date:October 15th, 2010
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Directed By:
Robert SchwentkeRobert Schwentke
Written By:
No image existsWarren Ellis
No image existsCully Hamner
No image existsErich Hoeber
No image existsJon Hoeber
Starring:
Bruce WillisBruce Willis
Mary-Louise ParkerMary-Louise Parker
Morgan FreemanMorgan Freeman
John MalkovichJohn Malkovich
No image existsHelen Mirren
Karl UrbanKarl Urban
Richard DreyfussRichard Dreyfuss
Brian CoxBrian Cox
Julian McMahonJulian McMahon
James RemarJames Remar
Ernest BorgnineErnest Borgnine
No image existsMichelle Nolden
No image existsAudrey Wasilewski
Justine WachsbergerJustine Wachsberger
No image existsJaqueline Fleming
No image existsEmily Kuroda
No image existsJonathan Walker
No image existsLaura DeCarteret
Ritchie MontgomeryRitchie Montgomery
No image existsAmber Gaiennie
No image existsLawrence Turner
No image existsRobert Morse
No image existsJason Giuliano
No image existsChris Whetstone
No image existsCedric Burton
No image existsJohn Stead
No image existsNeil Whitely
No image existsTara Yelland
No image existsLogan Douglas Smith
No image existsNancy E.L. Ward
No image existsMatthew Olver
No image existsRandy Wade Kelley
No image existsAnnette Denise Bass
No image existsBrooke Bezick
No image existsCharlotte Biggs
No image existsMindy Caraccioli
No image existsFelder Charbonnet
No image existsDavid Fultz
No image existsJake Goodman
No image existsRussell M. Haeuser
No image existsEmily D. Haley
No image existsKurt W. Howard
No image existsChris Owens
No image existsB.J. Parker
No image existsJoshua Peace
No image existsJason Reppel
No image existsDevon Richards
No image existsAndre De'Sean Shanks
No image existsDaniel Vincent
No image existsDana Walsh
No image existsCindy Williamson
No image existsDerek Herd

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Red Movie Review by Martin (10/24/2010)

"Red" is another film based on a graphic novel! Brought to the big screen by a seriously impressive cast!

The Main place to go for movies now is to make films from comic books it seems. But examples like this are all good! I've read that the book that this is based on is really pretty short and is in no way funny. Making...

(complete Red review by Martin)


Red Movie Review by Jarrod (10/23/2010)

'Red' works mostly on the level of novelty; it features a terrific cast of geriatric veterans, most of them nearing 60, who are placed in a variety of action sequences, and seeing Helen Mirren with a machine gun may well be worth the price of admission, a real curiosity that almost negates the mediocrity of everything else...

(complete Red review by Jarrod)



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