Tom Long Film Review: 'Red' -- GRADE: B
Review: Senior stars go nuts in the explosively silly 'Red'
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Review: Senior stars go nuts in the explosively silly ‘Red’
You’re never too old for mayhem. That seems to be the message of “Red,” a big, dumb, explosive and cartoonishly fun comic-book film starring — gasp! — old people, or at least older people. It’s the
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