'Red 2' Review: Bruce Willis Sequel Dies Hard, Lands With Dull Thud

If there is a difference between effortless charm and making altogether no effort at all, "Red 2" defines it.

In his '90s superstar heyday, Bruce Willis regularly spun screenwriters' drivel into catchphrase gold with little more than his iconic smirk, but decades later in a lackadaisical sequel no one asked for except perhaps his creditors, he seems unmotivated to smile at all, much less offer a series of emotions that constitute a believable or compelling performance.



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