Sunday, February 6, 2011

Red Special Edition - Bruce Willis

Red (Special Edition)

44 days in top 100 Amamzon bestselling list is quite an achievement for the movie RED. The movie is based on retired CIA who continued to do investigation work. The word RED stands for Retired and Extremely Dangerous. These retired CIA were about to be wiped off by some of the jealous government officials. The group fought hard and exposed those who were involved.

RED is very entertaining, silly and yet funny. The movie has a couple of award winning actors and actress including Helen Mirren, Bruce Willis and Morgan Freeman. Those that have already seen the trailers of the movie, will surely enjoy it to the fullest. The movies is simply awesome and its one of those you want to watch every time you have a chance.

The movie is really funny, the actors have put their best in this movie to be a success. Bruce Willis, he had a ball and he had fun although he looked young to be retired. Mary Louise Parker (WEEDS) also enjoyed her part and acted it very well a call center worker who sometimes was involved in dangerous staff.  Put Mirren and Freeman together and you have fun. The two pair has outdone themselves in the movie. Richard Dreyfuss also appeared in a couple of scenes. You have to almost feel sorry for Karl Urban, he did not have a lot of fun but nevertheless played his role very well.

The best of the best was my favourite actor John Malkovich who appears in almost every scene and is very funny and hilarious. He steals every scene he's in with amazing ease. He was the craziest of the all and had everyone laughing by just his facial expressions

RED is not a classic film but the time I spent watching this movie was actually for a good reason and I don’t regret that a bit. The movie plays for about 110 minutes and those were 110 minutes worthy of my attention. The movies was enjoyed by different age group as I sat watching almost everyone in the cinema. It was a struggle for me to come with a rating for this movie but I ended up giving it 4 out of 5.

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