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RED 2: Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos

RED 2: Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos
RED 2: Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos Rating: 51 out of 100 based on 10 reviews.
Tudo o que Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) queria era levar uma vida normal ao lado da namorada Sarah (Mary-Louise Parker), mas seu sonho vira um pesadelo quando seu parceiro Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich) aparece com uma novidade: suas vidas estão em perigo. Frank não dá muito crédito para as palavas do amigo, mas logo se vê forçado a acreditar que algo está acontecendo quando acaba sendo levado para um interrogatório e quase é morto. Agora, ele tem certeza de que sua cabeça e a de seu melhor amigo estão a prêmio. A questão é descobrir porque e como evitar que isso aconteça, nem que para isso eles tenham que correr o mundo, reeconcontrar velhos parceiros, na figura de Victoria (Helen Mirren) e enfrentar antigos inimigos, como o poderoso Han (Byung-Hun Lee). A caçada está só começando.
Produção
Director:Dean Parisot
Producer:Lorenzo di Bonaventura (producer)
Jake Myers (executive producer)
David Ready (executive producer)
Mark Vahradian (producer)
Raphaël Benoliel (producer: France)
Alexander Dostal (co-producer)
John Brooks Klingenbeck (executive producer)
Cliff Lanning (associate producer)
Elena Zokas (line producer)
Writer:Warren Ellis (characters) and)
Cully Hamner (characters)
Erich Hoeber (written by)
Jon Hoeber (written by) &)
Comentários para RED 2: Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos
CinemaBlend.com
Consider being Bruce Willis for a moment. A full decade past your last great performance (The Sixth Sense, of course) and another half-decade than that past your peak star power, you are still working almost constantly, when it's clear you probably...
RedEye
The big idea behind 2010’s remarkably dull “Red” and its miserable sequel is that the previously retired main characters are older than the usual action heroes. Worth noting, though: All of these former intelligence operatives still move around...
Leia a crítica18 Jul 2013
Sacramento News & Review
It still stands for “Retired, Extremely Dangerous,” just as in the 2010 movie and the comic books it was based on (by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner). This time, courtesy of writers Jon and Erich Hoeber and director Dean Parisot...
Leia a crítica25 Jul 2013
The A.V. Club
Perhaps future pop-culture historians will be able to understand the root cause of the Old People Craze Of 2010, a still-unexplained nationwide epidemic of gerontomania that put Betty White on Saturday Night Live, made Tavi Gevinson dye her hair gray...
Leia a crítica18 Jul 2013
iHaveNet.com
"RED 2," the in-one-eye, out-the-other sequel starring Bruce Willis, received a PG-13 for its "pervasive action and violence" and "frenetic gunplay," according to the Motion Picture Association of America's rating description.
Notícia
Veja, abaixo, o novo vídeo promocional do filme RED 2 - Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos:
cinema10.com.br - 2013-07-23
Veja, abaixo, o pôster espanhol definitivo do filme RED 2 - Aposentados e ainda mais perigosos:
cinema10.com.br - 2013-06-19
RED 2 - Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos, a continuação de RED - Aposentados e Perigosos, ganhou um pôster tailandês. Confira:
cinema10.com.br - 2013-06-05
RED 2 - Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos, a continuação de RED - Aposentados e Perigosos, ganhou mais três pôsteres individuais. Confira:
cinema10.com.br - 2013-04-30
Comentários para RED 2: Aposentados e Ainda Mais Perigosos
CinemaBlend.com
Consider being Bruce Willis for a moment. A full decade past your last great performance (The Sixth Sense, of course) and another half-decade than that past your peak star power, you are still working almost constantly, when it's clear you probably...
RedEye
The big idea behind 2010’s remarkably dull “Red” and its miserable sequel is that the previously retired main characters are older than the usual action heroes. Worth noting, though: All of these former intelligence operatives still move around...
Leia a crítica18 Jul 2013
Sacramento News & Review
It still stands for “Retired, Extremely Dangerous,” just as in the 2010 movie and the comic books it was based on (by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner). This time, courtesy of writers Jon and Erich Hoeber and director Dean Parisot...
Leia a crítica25 Jul 2013
The A.V. Club
Perhaps future pop-culture historians will be able to understand the root cause of the Old People Craze Of 2010, a still-unexplained nationwide epidemic of gerontomania that put Betty White on Saturday Night Live, made Tavi Gevinson dye her hair gray...
Leia a crítica18 Jul 2013
iHaveNet.com
"RED 2," the in-one-eye, out-the-other sequel starring Bruce Willis, received a PG-13 for its "pervasive action and violence" and "frenetic gunplay," according to the Motion Picture Association of America's rating description.
Entertainment Weekly
You can certainly see the lure of doing a sequel to RED, the 2010 sleeper hit that first gathered a cast of mostly middle-aged (or older) actors into the world's unlikeliest globe-trotting kamikaze SWAT team.
Leia a crítica26 Jul 2013
MediaMikes
The loveable sociopaths of the CIA retirement home are back with some fresh new villains and killing machines accompanying them for the ride. This sequel to 2010’s “RED” once again showcases the elderly handing out some ass kickings, though with less...
Leia a crítica18 Jul 2013
The Sydney Morning Herald
The original Red (2010), which stands for ''retired, extremely dangerous'', had Helen Mirren as a British assassin who could not give up killing people, even though she did not need the money. She was an unexpected sidekick to Bruce Willis and...
Leia a crítica22 Ago 2013
MovieXclusive.com
Defying conventional Hollywood logic, ‘Red’ (or short for ‘Retired: Extremely Dangerous’) cast a bunch of actors all above the age of 50 as aging spies forced back into action when their lives are threatened by the very agencies they used to serve.
Express.co.uk
The original Red was a surprise hit in 2010 and extracted some charm and humour from it’s cast of oldie action heroes in a way that eluded Sylvester Stallone and assembled creaky company in The Expendables.
Leia a crítica31 Jul 2013
Elenco
Bruce Willis...Frank
John Malkovich...Marvin
Helen Mirren...Victoria
Mary-Louise Parker...Sarah
Anthony Hopkins...Bailey
Byung-hun Lee...Han Cho Bai
Jong Kun Lee...Han's Father
Catherine Zeta-Jones...Katja
Neal McDonough...Jack Horton
David Thewlis...The Frog
Garrick Hagon...Davis
Tim Pigott-Smith...Director Philips
Brian Cox...Ivan
Philip Arditti...Arman
Mitchell Mullen...Wade
Paul Hopkins...Funeral Director
Wahab Sheikh...Iranian Clerk
Xavier Laurent...Waiter
Nathalie Buscombe...Serena
Tristan D. Lalla...Vance
Andrew Byron...Russian Lead Officer
Adam Shaw...Creepy Young Man
Dan Jeannotte...Young FBI Agent
Rebecca Croll...Waitress
Vincent Hoss-Desmarais...MI6 Intelligence Officer
Nathan Wiley...Young Guard
Michael Hearn...Senior MI6 Man
Bianca Bellange...Banker
George Georgiou...Revolutionary Guard
Bentley Kalu...Commando
Emilio Doorgasingh...Iranian Ambassador
Georg Nikoloff...Russian Scientist
Kirris Riviere...Orderly #2 (as Kirris Rivierre)
Waj Ali...Helicopter Pilot
Khalid Laith...Al Saïd
Tom Wu...Security Officer
David Papava...Russian Police Officer
Aleksandar Mikic...Kremlin Guard (as Alexsander Mikic)
Tony Pritchard...Orderly #1
Steven Berkoff...Cobb
Vlasta Vrana...General McKennon
Robert Davide...Russian Officer (as Rob David)
Tom Hodgkins...Snyder
Emma Heming...Kelly (as Emma Heming Willis)
Moe Jeudy-Lamour...Marine
Penny Bunton...Boddington Receptionist
Eric Davis...MI6 Chief Security Officer
Sandra Lavoie...Weeping Woman
Kevin Woodhouse...Guy
Alan Grice...Russian Officer #2
Thomas Thoroe...Russian Officer #3
Yo Santhaveesuk...Security Officer #2
Alexandre Gorchkov...Kremlin Security Officer (as Alex Gorchev)
Martin Sims...Blackwell
Terry Maguire...Costco Man
Sherif Eltayeb...Revolutionary Guard Captain (as Sherif El Tayeb)
Tony Smith...Boddington Security
Lee Asquith-Coe...Security Detail Soldier (uncredited)
Neve Gachev...Londoner (uncredited)
Titus Welliver...Senior Director of Military Intelligence (uncredited)
Denis Khoroshko...Russian Soldier (uncredited)
Patrick Kerton...Detainee (uncredited)
Celine Jedidi...Tourist (uncredited)
Gino Picciano...Caffe Customer (uncredited)
Lasco Atkins...Cafe Patron (uncredited)
Hannah Blamires...Diner (uncredited)
Marc Primeau...Supermarket Shopper (uncredited)
Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro...Embassy Staff (uncredited)
Paul Howell...Orderly (uncredited)
Jonathan Chun Bong Li...Cobbs Security Guard (uncredited)
Nasir Mohamed...Embassy Clerk (uncredited)
Matthew David McCarthy...Tourist (uncredited)
Alexandre Gorchkov...Kremlin Security Officer (uncredited)
Victoria Fayne...Parisian (uncredited)
Nigel Genis...Customer in Street Cafe (uncredited)
James Bryhan...Soldier (uncredited)
Jenna Sharpe...Russian Woman (uncredited)
Alex Claus...Iranian Embassy Guard (uncredited)
Burton Ritchie...Bartender (uncredited)
Alexandra Fraser...Moscow Citizen (uncredited)
Pete Buzzsaw Holland...Asylum Reception Warder (uncredited)
Alex Marek...Swat Unit (uncredited)
Vander McLeod...US Marine (uncredited)
Jack Philips...US Marine (uncredited)
Michael Vardian...Tourist (uncredited)
Produção
Director:Dean Parisot
Producer:Lorenzo di Bonaventura (producer)
Jake Myers (executive producer)
David Ready (executive producer)
Mark Vahradian (producer)
Raphaël Benoliel (producer: France)
Alexander Dostal (co-producer)
John Brooks Klingenbeck (executive producer)
Cliff Lanning (associate producer)
Elena Zokas (line producer)
Writer:Warren Ellis (characters) and)
Cully Hamner (characters)
Erich Hoeber (written by)
Jon Hoeber (written by) &)
Composer:Alan Silvestri
Cinematographer:Enrique Chediak (director of photography)
Editing:Don Zimmerman
Casting:Deborah Aquila
Tricia Wood
Production Design:Jim Clay
Art Director:Dominic Masters (supervising art director)
Andrew Ackland-Snow
Matthew Gray
Phil Harvey
Philip Elton
Emma Pucci
Set Decorator:Suzanne Cloutier (decorator)
Lisa Chugg
Costume Design:Beatrix Aruna Pasztor
Makeup:Gill Allan (makeup artist: France)
Veronique Bosle (key make up and hair artist: France)
Jean-Jacques Dion (key hair stylist)
Annette Field (additional hair stylist / additional makeup artist)
Catherine Jabes (hair stylist: France)
Graham Johnston (make-up & hair designer)
Irène Jordi (make up artist: France)
Colleen Quinton (key makeup artist)
Gerald Quist (makeup artist)
Loulia Sheppard (chief hairstylist)
Suzanne Jansen (key makeup artist)
Csilla Blake-Horváth (key hair stylist / key makeup artist)
Sally Collins (makeup artist)
Jan Sewell (key makeup and hair supervisor)
Joe Hopker (second unit: make-up and hair)
Sally Rose Davidson (second unit: makeup and hair)
Production Management:Daniel-Konrad Cooper (assistant production manager)
Ronald Gilbert (production manager: Canada)
Matthieu Rubin (unit production manager: France)
Jerome Albertini (unit manager)
Joan Schneider (unit production manager: second unit)
Sergey Yahontov (production manager: Moscow)
Nicolas Biaugeaud (assistant unit manager)
James K. Jensen (post-production supervisor)
Mark W. McCoy (vice president feature post production)
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