Red (R.E.D.)

Directed by Robert Schwentke
Starring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich

E1 Entertainment | March 4, 2014 | DVD

Red (R.E.D.) is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.

Video Release: March 4, 2014

Runtime: 111

Studio: E1 Entertainment

UPC: 774212106019

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Retired doesn't mean dead This is a fun movie. And for anyone over 45, this is the movie that you can use to prove that just cause you have grey hair, doesn't mean that you have lost any of the skills that made you a legend. Some of the best scenes are the ones with Helen Mirren in a white ball gown shooting a machine gun, and the one where her old lover talks about the fact that when she shot him many years earlier, he knew she loved him when she shot him in the chest. And the way that the character with late stage cancer choses to go out. Lots of style.
Date published: 2011-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Perfect Action comedy If you read my reviews, you know I am a huge Bruce Willis. So I pretty much watch every new movie he makes. He is the type of actor who makes crap watchable (IE. Surrogates) , Okay movie good, (IE, Cop Out) and good movies great (Die Hard). This movie was nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Picture Musical/Comedy. At the time of the nomination, i hadn't seen the movie, so I was wondering why would a Bruce Willis movie fall into the genre. After watching it, I can understand why. Yes, there are the great action scene's we love from a Bruce Willis movie, but there are allot of laughs to go along with them. The movie features an all time great cast, starring alongside Mr. Willis was John Malkovich, Morgan Freeman, Brian Cox, Helen Mirren, Karl Urban and Mary-Louise Parker. John Malkovich steals the movie. He has such a weird an quirky character, and he plays it great. I had never seen a Karl Urban movie before this, and i must say I was impressed. I will defintly be checking out more of his. Brian Cox was good in his role, I never knew he could speak with a Russian accent like that. Helen Mirren and Morgan Freeman were good, but they really didn't have that big of roles. For me, the weak link of the cast was Mary-Louise Parker. Like Karl Urban, I had never seen a movie with her in it before, but unlike Karl Urban, I will not be checking out other movies with Mary-Louise Parker in it. Overall, a perfect Bruce Willis movie, he has had a very good 2010 with The Expendables, Cop Out and not Red.
Date published: 2011-02-05

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Video Release: March 4, 2014

Runtime: 111

Studio: E1 Entertainment

UPC: 774212106019

Edition Description
  • Runtime: 111 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English