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Red (2010)

  PG-13 HD Closed Captioning

Robert Schwentke

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Plot Summary

Retired agent Frank Moses leads a quiet—some might say boring—life, gardening and finding excuses to chat on the phone with Sarah, a 30-something federal pension worker. But his peaceful existence is shattered when three hit men show up in his house, and Frank must call on every ounce of his past training to escape with his life. Knowing that whoever’s trying to kill him will likely target those he cares for, Frank snatches Sarah from her home and flees, struggling to stay one step ahead of his deadly pursuers. But when Frank and Sarah begin digging into the identity of his attackers, they discover Frank is on a hit list along with several of his former CIA cohorts—and that the organization ordering the killings is none other than the Agency itself. Someone at the CIA wants him dead. But who? And why? Going on the offensive, Frank rounds up an unlikely crew of his past agency sidekicks, including the paranoid Marvin, the loyal Joe and the lovely Victoria. With the Agency hot on their trails, Frank and his team must do everything they can to solve the mystery before it’s too late—and hopefully instil in their assailants some of the old-school code of honor by which they still choose to live.

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 196
  • Fresh: 139
  • Rotten: 57
  • Average Rating: 6.3/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Fresh: Red is a goofball lament. It's saying that in the good old days, or at least in the good old movie days, our killers were good-time guys. – Peter Rainer, Christian Science Monitor, Jan 4, 2011

Fresh: They're not too old for this shit. – Rod Yates, Empire Magazine Australasia, Dec 7, 2010

Fresh: I can't say I've warmed much to Bruce Willis films before now. I went to see RED with no expectations, and came out thoroughly cheered. – Julie Rigg, MovieTime, ABC Radio National, Oct 28, 2010

Rotten: Director Robert Schwentke sensibly gives his cast free rein but abandons any pretence of credibility as the retirees dodge numerous bullets and rockets. The venerable cast deserved a more intelligent vehicle for their talents. – Don Groves,, Oct 28, 2010

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Customer Reviews

Amazing movie

This is one of the best movies you will ever see. The cast is great, along with the plot. Very funny in parts and very serious in others. It's on both ends of the genre spectrum. If you buy this movie, I am 98% sure you will be extremely impressed.


Some movies are works of art, but some movies are just fun to watch. RED is a fun movie. It taps into the baby boomer generation and may not be as much fun to
the younger set, but I recommend this movie to anyone .

Simply Fun

I don't know that I would have enjoyed this movie in my mid-20's, but in my mid-40's it was quite entertaining. So many gifted actors willing to make light of their growing older. How could you not enjoy the interaction between Mirren, Freeman, Malkovich and Willis? Karl Urban (Star Trek, Bourne Supremacy) continues to show such versatility as an actor. No, there's not deep-seated truths about life here, simply a fun escape from reality. Definitely worth the viewing.

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Red (2010)
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  • $4.99
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Released: 2010

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