Red 2 has taken us on such a roller-coaster ride. At the beginning, it just seemed all fine with ex-CIA agent Frank Moses (Bruce Willis) trying to be completely normal with his girlfriend Sarah (Mary Louise-Parker) but things take an entire 360-degree turn when his old comrade Marvin (John Malkovich) arrives and tries to convince him that there are still a few bad people left on this planet who are planning to get him killed right away.
This is followed by Marvin faking his death after which all three find themselves on a globe-trotting mission. That’s where the drama comes into the picture, seeing these three meeting not just new but also old friends and foes that include an ensemble of the likes of Catherine Zeta-Jones, Helen Mirren, and Byung-hun Lee.
The sequel now stands at 44 percent if you refer the Tomatometer but I believe you should always formulate an opinion that purely belongs to you about the movie. After watching the movie, if you haven’t understood the ending that here’s where you need to visit again.
We saw Sarah feeling overwhelmed regarding the guns she now had access to towards the ending. We were left with the three of them: Marvin, Frank, and Sarah, joining in on a new mission to Caracas. In the first Red, Sarah’s character was basically introduced as a damsel in distress and they’ve intelligently used character development to get her to a position where she stands well today.
Now, it is clear that Sarah is looking forward to travelling the world along with her boyfriend with her major aim of action of protecting cities from evildoers. On the other hand, Frank began in the movie as someone who would want a simple life to live but by the end, he seemed to have grown a stronger taste for violence.