If you miss the classic Bruce Willis Action Comedies this one makes up for all the bad ones in recent years. The lines were funny and somewhat complex and all the people on the set were clearly having fun doing what they loved. It’s not the best film ever made, the story could have been a little tighter, but I can promise you’ll have a lot of fun and you will be laughing your ass off through most of it. Morgan Freeman is unfortunately the weakest part of this alternative A-Team, not because of his performance but because he is under-utilised. At this point I saw the project in a different light. John Malkovich plays the paranoid role quite astonishingly and Helen Mirren firing large weapons, including a gatling gun, is amazing! Every time he came on screen the whole theatre would be dying with laughter.
This movie gets a 7. See it in theatres with an audience!!! A retired CIA operative, hunted by his own people, reunites his old team for one last mission. After the numerous roles he has played with an undercurrent of insanity, it is hilarious to see him go full-on howling mad. If you miss the classic Bruce Willis Action Comedies this one makes up for all the bad ones in recent years. Taking things less seriously and trying less hard to be cool means that ‘RED’ is more fun than ‘The Expendibles’, and less embarrassing too. The movie turned out great, with a few screw-ups that I am ready to ignore. I never thought much of this film prior to viewing it, as many others might not have either, but if you have even the slightest inclination to view this, you must!
It is as though the writers were distracted, trying too hard to develop a secondary storyline involving Willis’ romance with a pension office clerk. That team, if not on the surface a formidable threat, is pure subtitlea gold as it consists of excellent performances by Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, and Helen Mirren.
You have a great team of actors.
Great all around supporting cast. John Malkovich plays the paranoid role quite astonishingly and Helen Mirren firing large weapons, including a gatling gun, is amazing! When Bruce Willis plays his indestructible yet on the surface everyday guy he is right where the audience loves him. It is almost impossible not to like this film because of the wonderfully entertaining supporting cast.
It is also the 4th to feature men going on a mission, and the 5th with a plot involving the CIA. If you give engish a chance, you won’t be disappointed.
Subtitles for YIFY movie Red (2010)
Taking things less seriously and trying less hard to be cool means that ‘RED’ is more fun than ‘The Expendibles’, and less embarrassing too.
After a zillion trailers and a movie, I was sourly disappointed. They are not even action heroes, maybe that did subttiles, but they do a great job. 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.
It’s a character driven action comedy that truly is RED ridiculous, entertaining, delightful. But more than that, each character actually has a role. And, so RED delivers in spite of a fairly ridiculous scenario of a group of ex-CIA operatives,or which Willis is one, being singled out for execution on the eve of the vice-president announcing his ref for president.
I never had so many characters in a single movie that I highly enjoyed equally. I couldn’t help but feel skeptical. This leads to impossible feats making for deliciously served up entertainment; all with a “nod-and-a-wink” that cuts through the jaybkb. This ded gets a 7. This time he brings with him an air of self-parody. And, Ernest Borgnine has a cameo role which is memorable.
There are valid attempts at making Willis seem more normal, and these can be quite amusing. Or maybe it was the cast. Now, I don’t know who’s fault it is, but relative to The Expandables, I almost haven’t heard of Red before its release.
The humour is hilarious, mostly a subtle humour that is apparent throughout the entire film, in nearly every scene. It is a pity, because the wasted 2001 could have been more effectively put into making the story tighter, or on giving Morgan Freeman more screen time.
So it had the ridiculously packed action and at times it looked and sounded like Ocean’s Eleven, who cares? When I first saw the trailer for The Expendables, I was already thinking of the interesting and funny relationship between the characters played by jaybog action icons.
It is refreshing watching Bruce Willis star in another action film, alongside Mary-Louise Parker the gorgeous mother in Weeds no less. It’s definitely a Friday night flick, something that is easily enjoyed.
This subplot adds little and distracts from the main picture. The action scenes are really good but it’s the characters and actors that makes this film worth seeing.
Great action with comedy! Clearly this was going to be a film where story and sense came second to cast and chemistry. It’s not the best film ever made, the story could have been a little tighter, but I can promise you’ll have a lot of fun and you will be laughing your ass off through most of it.
Richard Dreyfus turns in a solid performance as a spoiled smart-ass uber-wealthy and powerful arms dealer who pulls strings behind the scenes. Deeper characterisation, however, only serves to show how abnormal he really is, and it is a delight to see him in action. We get the message from the first that Willis is somewhat lonely and bored with retirement and is searching for a companion to make his new life matter. A retired CIA operative, hunted by his own people, reunites his old team for one last mission.
He has little action time and even less characterisation.
Red () YIFY subtitles
But then I noticed the cast list and realised that this is meant to be a comedy. Jon Hoeber, Erich Hoeber Writer: Helen Mirren was an inspired choice, as if making up for the predictability of Willis’ casting. It is not often that Malkovich gets to flex his comedy engoish, but he steals every scene in which he appears.