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Very good story, great acting, and the ending was poetic.
Ludlow attempts to work within the system, speaking to his lawyer, law enforcement, and the parents of the third boy, but the authorities refuse to prosecute.
How far, really, would you go if someone took the one thing that meant the entire world to you away without any reason or logic?
One of the best indies of recent years, not to be confused with the Bruce Willis series of the same title. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Paul A. Klinger
It may be a little dated, but it is still worth watching - One man wants justice for his dog and isn't gonna let the powers that be stop him.Published 7 months ago by Jimmystl
I took time out to watch Red, even though I knew it wasn't strictly the horror film I was hankering for, but wanting to see another movie by Lucky McKee, whose movies (May, The... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Binky Chottorrhœhia
When I was young the country was full of older men with stern values but a willingness to give second chances – the sort who, if you played a prank, would make you work as... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Richard Bellush, Jr.
Best Action dog movie I have ever seen. When Mr. Ludlow shot the boy who shot his dog Red I cheered and then said a prayer for red.Published 13 months ago by rod gurganious
The previews and descriptions of Red, tell you very little about the story, and what it does show you is something that makes you wonder, how in the world can they make a whole... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Todd Smith
Red is both profound and touching. A tough, thought provoking story, Definitely a film worth viewing, and more than once!Published 15 months ago by Carol