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Plot: Frank (Bruce Willis) is retired, bored, and lonely living off of his government pension in a nondescript suburb in an equally nondescript house. The only joy in Frank's life is his calls to the government pension processing center when he gets to talk to his case worker, Sarah (Mary-Louis Parker). Runtime: 111 min Release Date: 15 Oct 2010
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! The story is typical, nothing special about the basic plot synopsis, but the delivery and the interesting plot twists keeps it fresh and interesting. The humour is hilarious, mostly a subtle humour that is apparent throughout the entire film, in nearly every scene.Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise Parker, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Brian Cox, and Karl Urban all excel, as would be expected. It is refreshing watching Bruce <more>
Willis star in another action film, alongside Mary-Louise Parker the gorgeous mother in Weeds no less. John Malkovich plays the paranoid role quite astonishingly and Helen Mirren firing large weapons, including a gatling gun, is amazing! Every name above plays an equal part in the film, which is amazing. I never had so many characters in a single movie that I highly enjoyed equally. Remarkably done with talent seeping through the actors and vividly portrayed on the screen. Don't expect this film to change the history of all films, but expect it to exceed in entertainment. If you give it a chance, you won't be disappointed. It's definitely a Friday night flick, something that is easily enjoyed.Brilliance!
I can't even begin to describe how funny this movie is. Helen Mirran, especially, was excellent, with her deadpan lines: "I kill people, dear." Hilarious! John Malkovich played a very believable nutcase, making the whole theater crack up laughing almost every time he appeared on screen. I haven't seen any of Bruce Willis' 'Die Hard' movies, but he should do more funny ones; he definitely has the knack for it. Karl Urban was AWESOME...that man can play ANY role! Every single actor was perfect in their role, and this movie didn't disappoint at all, it stayed <more>
interesting for every single minute. If anyone is unsure about seeing this movie, PLEASE don't hesitate, it's worth every penny!
I rated this a 10 out of 10 because, quite frankly, this is the type of movie I wish Hollywood would make more of. Think of it...these fantastic actors all agreed to make a full out fun movie like this, just for the joy of it. Each and every one of these actors got together and had fun...and it showed. If you see no other movie this year, see this movie. My husband and I will buy it on DVD, and watch it until we just cannot get enough...which will be when Hell freezes over. It was that good. If you want a full out action movie: see this movie. If you want a comedy: see this movie. If you want <more>
a splash of romance: see this movie. I am a woman, and I LOVE, nay ADORE, action movies. I am so sick of tons of drama, tons of tears, tons of fluff. I want action. And this movie flat out DELIVERS. Buy the ticket, see the movie. Enough Said.
Sooo much fun!!! See it in theatres with an audience!!! (by audiodave_82)
You will leave this film laughing. The action scenes are really good but it's the characters and actors that makes this film worth seeing. The casting in this film was perfect! Great all around supporting cast. Morgan Freeman is always a nice touch to any film. Helen Miran firing a Rambo sized gun is worth the admission alone. If you miss the classic Bruce Willis Action Comedies this one makes up for all the bad ones in recent years. But what really makes this film worth seeing in theatres with an audience is John Malkovich! John Malkovich steals the show with maybe the performance of his <more>
career. If Johnny Depp can get nominated for "Pirates" and Robert Downey Jr. can get nominated for "Tropic Thunder", then Malkovich should get nominated for this, seriously. Every time he came on screen the whole theatre would be dying with laughter.Movies are expensive now and not all of them are worth seeing in theatre but this one is. 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.
After seeing the cast list for this action comedy, I was so intrigued I had to watch it. Brucie, we all understand. His last couple of action comedies have been disappointing though so a real return to form is most welcome, Hail to the King, Baby! Morgan, perfect in support both for action & comedy. I enjoy everything he turns his hand to and he's having a blast all the way. John Malcovich, consummate actor playing for laughs and having a ball. Surprising, Inspiring, Brilliant. GREAT casting choice. Brian Cox, another favourite who's support adds weight to the whole shebang <more>
I'm somewhat biased hailing from the same toon! The always impeccable Ernest Borgnine has still got it! Dame Helen wielding heavy weapons?!!! The scriptwriters hit me for 6 with that premise. The last time I laughed out loud at the mere description of a film was Arnie & and Danny DeVito in 'Twins'! None of the above cast list is a new face. We've all got a view on what we have & haven't enjoyed seeing them do on the big screen so you kind of expect them to play to their strengths...& there's no disappointment, everybody does. However, something magical happens when actors at the top of their game just decide to have fun with what could have just been a reasonably funny script. There's a genuine chemistry, warmth and comedic performance above and beyond the ordinary with this gang. Nobody has to try too hard, it just comes naturally. Just to add to that joy, they're ably supported by the younger team of players. The interplay, hooks and playoffs move the story along with aplomb. What makes it stand out is almost every scene you can see they're having fun. There's some unexpected twists, Morgan's part throws up some surprises but let's face it the BIG surprise is the world's sexiest sixty year old Helen Mirren wielding the cake tray then the heavy weaponry?!! Did I mention she's sexy? I adored Mary-Louise Parker who was Brucie's love interest but Dame Helen, it's not just the acting chops.There's an old story in Hollywood that actors can still get the roles until they're well past their prime but actresses are all washed up once they're 40. Can someone PLEASE sit EVERY casting director in the world in front of this film then because I would like to speak on behalf of the entire male population of the world & probably most women i.e. that audience you're trying to attract. There's not a living, breathing male on the planet doesn't recognise beauty and talent...today it goes by the name of DAME HELEN MIRREN. Any chance we can see more of our favourite actresses given fun roles once they reach their prime? I'm not going to go into the details of the plot as I don't want to spoil it for you so here's my adviceSEE THIS NOW!You won't regret it. A hoot from start to finish!
Just got back from the theater.I can't remember that last time I have so THOROUGHLY ENJOYED myself! There is a 'vibe' to this film that if you can go with it, will bring a smile to your face for 2 hours.It's actually a very gentle film - despite all the explosions and guns a blaring. It's also a tender lover story a couple of them, really - but all encased in a gentle and funny action comedy.The plot has to do with retired assassins, but what makes the film work is the acting, direction, timing and dialog. Every frame is filled with a wink and a nudge and a smile.There <more>
are gut busting scenes, but mainly just a lot of smiles and small laughter that are gingerly peppered across the film.While there is action, I would definitely not call this an action film. Die hard action junkies will be disappointed.If you want to see a sweet film, full of laughs, warmth, witty dialog, great acting and lots of explosions and gun fights - this is the film to see.I think all the actors were great - it's hard to pinpoint any single great performance. Willis, Freeman and Malkovich have never been better. and the minor parts by Borgnine and Dreyfuss just added icing on the cake.I lost track of how many times I laughed and clapped my hands. I honestly cannot remember doing that in a theater in a VERY long time.Bravo to everyone involved..Could a film staring Willis and freeman as assassins with explosions be the feel good movie of the year? It was to me.
What The Expendables was supposed to be (by siderite)
When I first saw the trailer for The Expendables, I was already thinking of the interesting and funny relationship between the characters played by those action icons. After a zillion trailers and a movie, I was sourly disappointed. 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. However, it was exactly what I was looking for.You have a great team of actors. They are not even action heroes, maybe that did it, but they do a great job. just look at that cast: Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Morgan Freeman, Brian <more>
Cox, Hellen Mirren, Richard Dreyfuss, even Ernest Borgnine! As the young er crew, Karl Urban and Mary-Louise Parker are in it and they both play well. But more than that, each character actually has a role. They don't just come in, say a few inconsequential things, then die or are completely forgotten *cough* James Remar *cough*.So it had the ridiculously packed action and at times it looked and sounded like Ocean's Eleven, who cares? The rest was great! Even the fight scenes... not even the bad guys go out in full view firing wildly then getting shot. People actually took cover, helped each other and synchronized their moves. The lines were funny and somewhat complex and all the people on the set were clearly having fun doing what they loved.Bottom line: I don't know, maybe because the director is unseasoned in the ways of Hollywood the movie turned out to be so good. Or maybe it was the cast. Or maybe it was the fun of it. The movie turned out great, with a few screw-ups that I am ready to ignore. The mash-up is Jason Bourne meets The Expendables via, luckily for us, just a pinch of Ocean's Eleven.
Went to watch a preview screening of this last night. I should qualify that I'm a big fan of Bruce Willis especially when he plays this kind of character - a tough guy with a wry sense of humour.Really interesting mix of genres here - think action/comedy/romance rolled up into one. Just enough romance without being sappy, heaps of action to keep it exciting and the occasional comedy touches which had the whole audience laughing out loud.It's not going to win any Oscars but don't take it too seriously and you'll be taken along for a pretty enjoyable ride.Worth a watch - great <more>
I don't agree with the critics on this one. (by DarkVulcan29)
Red manages to balance the line between action thriller, and light comedy, and does it quite well.Frank Moses Bruce Willis a former C.I.A. agent is now retired, and living a simply, and at times boring life. His only joy of the day when he calls Sarah Mary Louise Parker a customer service agent, who he likes, Frank pretends not to get a monthly check, just an excuse to talk to her. But Franks simply life is interrupted, when he learns that somebody has put hit on his life, he goes on the run, after escaping an attempt on his life. He takes Sarah along too, much to her dismay. And gets his <more>
old team back together Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich in hopes to uncover who is behind the hits, but will they before it's too late? I really don't agree with the critics on this one. Red was entertaining. It's funny without trying to get overly silly. Action scenes where good. Bruce Willis, Mary Louise Parker, Helen Mirren, Karl Urban, Richard Dreyfuss, Brian Cox, and Morgan Freeman. But it's John Malkovich who steals the show, with his funny one liners. And also a great co starring role by veteran actor Ernest Borgnine.