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Weekend DVD 2: RED (2010)

Still Armed. Still Dangerous. Still Got It.

RED (2010) is an action-comedy movie with its title deriving from the stamp on former CIA agent Frank Moses' (Bruce Willis) file, meaning "retired, extremely dangerous".

Synopsis: Former CIA agent, Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) is living a simple yet mundane life after his retirement. His only joy of the day is calling the girl he likes, Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker), a customer service agent working on his pension files.

Frank's idyllic life is disrupted when a hit squad raids his house. Realizing that somebody wants to get him killed, he goes on the run and takes a reluctant Sarah along.

Hoping to uncover the mastermind behind the killings, he meets up with his former team members, Joe (Morgan Freeman), Marvin (John Malkovich), Victoria (Helen Mirren), and ex-KGB agent, Ivan (Brian Cox). And... they are back in action!

The cast that ensembles A-list old-timers as CIA retirees is truly amazing as they share a lot of on-screen chemistry. It's fun watching them having fun in their respective roles.

- Malkovich is truly a scene stealer as a crazy, paranoid former CIA operative with his funny one-liners. His sense of danger is remarkably efficient and accurate despite being paranoid all the time.

- Willis, Freeman, and Mirren are completely believable as retired, extremely dangerous former operatives. Mirren handles guns like a pro!

- Cox is all suave, slow, and steady; Richard Dreyfuss, although just a cameo, is still as convincing as ever.

- Others, i.e. Parker (as sweet, innocent Sarah) and Karl Urban (as tough Agent Cooper) are providing more meat to the story, which helps to move the story along in full speed.

Highly recommended and it's really a must-watch movie!

If you like this movie, you'll also like The Losers (2010), The A-Team (2010), and The Expandables (2010).

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