Download The RED Full Movie Tamil Dubbed In Torrent

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Former CIA-Agent, Frank Moses (Bruce Willis), adjusts himself to retirement and even decorates his house for Christmas. He keeps on tearing up his checks as an excuse to keep on conversing with Sarah Ross, (Mary-Louise Parker) a Pension Department employee. Then one day, his residence is attacked by heavily-armed, masked assailants; he escapes but his house is destroyed. He meets with Sarah, abducts her, and convinces her that she in danger. He seeks the assistance of the Russians, and breaks-in the CIA HQ and finds his file is tagged as 'R.E.D'. (Retired Extremely Dangerous). He contacts his former associates: Joe, Marvin and Victoria, who join him with a plan that will pit them against security forces - especially when he announces their agenda is to kill VP Stanton (Julian McMahon). But then things get complicated after Sarah is apprehended and held for interrogation.
Frank Moses used to be CIA top agent but, now that he is retired, the secrets he knows make him a CIA target. He unites with ex-agents Joe, Marvin, and Victoria to use all their abilities to stay alive and stop the operation. They are labeled RED: Retired Extremely Dangerous, so an impossible mission is just another day at work
RED – CATCH IT ( B+ ) Red completely justified to its Slogan "Retired-Extreme-Dangerous". The whole movie plays out really cool, funny and clever. In recent times Bruce Willis's movies becomes very cocky and senseless despite of lots of heavy Action, Drama and even comedy. RED is funny from the beginning and opening phone chat sequence between Bruce Willis and Mary-Louise Parker gives out lots of dept and characterization. After that it's a non-stop roller coaster ride and we get to meet so many interesting characters one by one. Now let's talk about the great actors who actually made the movie work like no one has expected. Bruce Willis is at his best in RED, I think after Die Hard action franchise finally Bruce Willis got another action franchise which can be preceded further. Bruce's amazing wit, Sharp action moves made it really thrilling experience. Trust Me! Watching Bruce Willis coming out of the heavy speed moving car was just outlandish. You have to watch that scene to believe it! Mary-Louise Parker is adorable, after watching her racy/funny side on "WEEDS" from almost 4, 5 years; it's so fun to see her in Big Star studded movie with her crazy witness and attitude. She is really fun to watch, the chemistry between Bruce Willis & Mary-Louise Parker is wonderful. John Malkovich is Hilarious; I never knew this man can be so funny, his moves, dialogues thus every thing was great, and he pretty much steals the scene when he is on screen. Morgan Freeman was the slowest among all of them in humor I guess, though he did pretty decent job in his small role. Last but not the Least we are introduced to Dame Helen Mirren, who just simply stole the show, seriously watching her moving that machine gun like a fire cracker is unbelievable. She brought the utmost charisma to the team of RED. The youngest cast member of the movie was promising actor Karl urban, his tux made him move like 007 & he gave an utmost completion to the RED team, the best thing about Karl urban was that he brought freshness to the movie. Brian Cox, Julian McMohan and Richard Dreyfuss were good. Overall it's a fun ride which no one should miss on any chance. Watch it in first moment!
This is a very cute little movie, fast-paced and amusing, with a lot of over the top action and good performances. It is also a movie that treats logic not just as something unnecessary, but as something to be actively avoided at all cost.<br/><br/>Red has every type of unreality. The movie is filled with places where you&#39;ll think, no law enforcement agency would follow those procedures, or no place has such incompetent security. I can&#39;t start listing these moments, because then I would just never, ever stop. <br/><br/>There is also ridiculous action there&#39;s a wonderful - but completely nonsensical - moment when Willis steps out of the car and starts shooting as the bumper glides an inch past his leg), but I&#39;ve come to accept ridiculous action in action movies. But the nonsense extends to almost every moment of the film. If you had a drinking game where the rule was you take a drink every time you, &quot;ah, that makes perfect sense,&quot; you would end the movie cold sober. It&#39;s one of the most remarkably sense-free movies I&#39;ve ever seen.<br/><br/>But it&#39;s fun to watch. Just turn off your brain.
Not the best. Not the worst. Just the classiest.
Two aging black ops CIA agents Frank Moses (<a href="/name/nm0000246/">Bruce Willis</a>) and Marvin Boggs (<a href="/name/nm0000518/">John Malkovich</a>) discover that their names are on a RED (Retired, Extremely Dangerous) hit list because of a secret operation pulled years ago in the Central American country of Guatemala. Enlisting the help of former CIA operative Joe Matheson (<a href="/name/nm0000151/">Morgan Freeman</a>), ex-KGB agent Ivan Simonov (<a href="/name/nm0004051/">Brian Cox</a>), and retired MI6 sharpshooter Victoria (<a href="/name/nm0000545/">Helen Mirren</a>), they try to uncover their assailants and their reason for wanting to kill them with federal pension worker Sarah Ross (<a href="/name/nm0000571/">Mary-Louise Parker</a>) reluctantly tagging along. RED is based on a comic book written by Warren Ellis and illustrated by Cully Hamner. It was originally published by Homage Comics (an imprint of DC Comics) as a three-issues series from 2003 to &#39;04. It was later collected into a single trade paperback that includes both &quot;RED&quot; and &quot;Tokyo Storm Warning&quot;, another comic penned by Ellis. The comic was adapted for the movie by screenwriting brothe1rs Jon and Erich Hoeber. It was followed by a sequel, <a href="/title/tt1821694/">RED 2 (2013)</a> (2013). He knew that Library of Congress numbers start with letters, whereas many municipal libraries use the Dewey system, which is generally a decimal number followed by the Cutter number, which generally starts with the first letter of the author&#39;s name. Frank recognizes the number on the postcard as being in the Harvard-Yenching cataloging system used for cataloging Asian books. Stuck in the book with that call number is the list of people who were on the Guatemala mission, most of whom are now dead. The term &quot;wet&quot; comes from the Russian expression mokroye delo, meaning &quot;wet job&quot;. It is a spy slang euphemism for murder or assassination and refers to the spilling of blood. KGB and CIA agents who function as assassins may be referred to as &quot;wet boys&quot; performing &quot;wet work&quot; as opposed to &quot;dry work&quot; like intelligence gathering. Why Marvin added &quot;like peaches&quot; to the term is most likely an allusion to the fact that it is difficult to eat a ripe peach without getting yourself all wet. What he was definitely alluding to is his contention that the helicopter circling over his house held assassins who were looking to kill him. Their own ex-employers, the CIA. From agent Gabriel Singer (<a href="/name/nm0001664/">James Remar</a>), they learn that the Guatemalan mission involved extracting a person from a village and that everybody on the hit list has been killed to silence them. From shady arms merchandizer Alexander Dunning (<a href="/name/nm0000377/">Richard Dreyfuss</a>), they further learn that the mission was to extract the now-Vice President Robert Stanton (<a href="/name/nm0573037/">Julian McMahon</a>) who, at the time, was a young lieutenant who wigged out and massacred the villagers. Dunning also attests that Stanton is the one trying to erase all the loose ends. Frank calls CIA agent William Cooper (<a href="/name/nm0881631/">Karl Urban</a>) and tells him to bring Sarah to him at the Evanston Power Plant in 15 minutes or will kill the Vice President. Cooper arrives alone, but a limo drives up a few minutes later carrying Sarah, Cooper&#39;s superior Cynthia Wilkes (<a href="/name/nm0682071/">Rebecca Pidgeon</a>), Alexander Dunning (<a href="/name/nm0000377/">Richard Dreyfuss</a>), and several thugs. While Cynthia holds Sarah at gunpoint, Dunning shoots the Vice President, then orders Cooper to cuff Frank and kill both him and Sarah. The plan is to say that Frank shot Stanton, then Cooper shot Frank and Sarah. In return, Cooper will be made head of the CIA. Dunning explains that he is really the mastermind of the assassinations and that he&#39;s just using the CIA to carry out the work. Cooper cuffs Frank as ordered but stuffs the key in his hand. When Frank starts walking toward Sarah, Cynthia points her gun at him, but Cooper shoots Cynthia. Frank applies a crushing blow to Dunning&#39;s larynx, after which he hugs Sarah as Victoria, Marvin, and Ivan arrive, taking out Dunning&#39;s thugs. The five of them depart together, leaving Cooper to handle the Vice President (who is still alive). Later, in the car, Marvin says he has a feeling that something terrible is going to happen, but Frank says that it can&#39;t be that bad because, for the first time, no one is following and trying to kill them. Ivan then reminds Frank of a favor he is owed and asks for his help with &quot;a small nuclear problem&quot; in Moldova. In the final scene, Marvin and Frank are racing through a Moldovan field, Frank pushing a wheelbarrow containing a nuclear warhead and Marvin wearing a dress, both being shot at by the Moldovan army. &quot;Next time,&quot; Marvin yells, &quot;your girlfriend can wear the dress!&quot; a5c7b9f00b