Film Review – Red Notice (PG-13, 2021) | Culture & Leisure


Travel the world with Agent Hartley and Nolan Booth, an unlikely duo who try to outsmart the beautiful Bishop in Netflix’s “Red Notice.”

This action comedy is full of that, fast-paced action and questionable innuendos. But, it’s Deadpool, I mean Ryan Reynolds, so it’s funny, most of the time.

With several twists and a near-perfect anti-hero cast, this two-hour adventure will pass at full speed.

I’m surprised no one has thought about releasing this movie in April, as Booth, Hartley, and The Bishop are looking for the golden eggs. Not the ones the Easter Bunny hides, but the ones that have astronomical value, but ultimately lead to the fall.

Remember, they say, money is the root of all evil. I just thought I would put that in there, so as not to promote the theft of valuables. You’re welcome.

Personally, I appreciated the intricacies of the references throughout the film. All of this is done for fun. And speaking of “extra stars” – you’ll get it if you watch the movie after you read … maybe – I have to ask, Andrew Hunter, how did you get Ryan Reynold’s clip-on tie? Good work.

Ultimately, “Red Notice” is a movie blast. It’s a great movie to get lost for a few hours and relax on a Saturday … or any day.


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