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Rating: 7.00/10 from 323000 votes
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Red Perigosos

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Red Perigosos

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Frank (Bruce Willis) is retired, bored, and lonely living off of his government pension in a nondescript suburb in an equally nondescript house. The only joy in Frank's life is his calls to the government pension processing center when he gets to talk to his case worker, Sarah (Mary-Louis Parker). Sarah is as bored and lonely as Frank and marks her conversations with the unknown Frank and her spy novels as the only things fun in her life. When something in Frank's past forces him back into his old line of work and puts an unwitting Sarah in the middle of the intrigue, Frank and Sarah begin a journey into his past and the people with whom he used to work. Like Frank they are all "R.E.D." - Retired Extremely Dangerous.

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Home in Your Heart
Solomon Burke: Performer
Otis Blackwell: Writer
I Want to be Loved
Willie Dixon: Writer
Muddy Waters: Performer
Doctor My Eyes
Jackson Browne: Performer
Jackson Browne: Writer
John Powell: (from the motion picture - two weeks notice (2002)) composed
Back in the Saddle
Steven Tyler: Writer
Aerosmith: Performer
Carry on Christmas
David Molyneux: Writer
Cissy Strut
The Meters: Performer
Joseph Modeliste: Writer
Irving Berlin: Writer
Calling All Units to Broccolino
Massimo Martellotta: Writer
Calibro 35: Performer
The Real Setup
James Newton Howard: (uncredited)
The Ghost
James Newton Howard: (uncredited)
Crackin' Nuts
Mark Mancina: (uncredited)

User reviews

Donna Garcia

The soundtrack for RED lacks diversity and fails to capture the intensity and excitement of the movie's action sequences.

John Anderson

The music choices feel generic and uninspired, missing the opportunity to enhance the emotional depth of key scenes and character development.

Thomas Jones

The choice of music in RED sets the tone for the film, creating a sense of nostalgia and intrigue. The songs selected blend well with the storyline and help to immerse the audience into the world of retired, dangerous operatives.

Jennifer Nelson

The musical score in RED complements the character development, adding emotional depth to the relationships portrayed on screen. The music helps to convey the inner struggles and motivations of the characters, making them more relatable to the audience.

Laura Lee

The soundtrack of RED perfectly captures the thrilling and intense moments of the movie. The music enhances the action sequences and adds a layer of excitement to the scenes.

Richard Hill

The soundtrack of RED features a mix of classic rock tunes and modern tracks that appeal to a wide audience. The variety of music genres keeps the film engaging and adds depth to the overall viewing experience.

Robert Carter

The soundtrack of RED perfectly complements the thrilling and action-packed scenes, enhancing the overall viewing experience.

Elizabeth Wilson

The use of energetic and dynamic music in key moments of the film adds a layer of excitement and intensity that keeps the audience engaged throughout.

Brian Harris

The variety of genres and styles in the soundtrack showcases the diverse emotions and moods portrayed in the movie, from suspenseful moments to heartfelt scenes.

Dorothy White

The memorable melodies and catchy tunes in the soundtrack of RED make it a standout feature of the film, leaving a lasting impression on the viewers.

Steven Carter

The overall sound design of the soundtrack feels disjointed and disconnected from the tone of the film, resulting in a forgettable and underwhelming listening experience.

Stephanie Baker

Overall, the soundtrack of RED is a standout element of the film, enhancing the storytelling and creating a memorable viewing experience. The music adds an extra layer of excitement and emotion to an already captivating narrative.