The image of Helen Mirren brandishing an automatic weapon does not evaporate easily, and it’s just one of the highlights of Red—albeit the only one that veers off the well-traveled paths of its stars. The title is G-man code for “Retired Extremely Dangerous,” used specifically to indicate Frank Moses (Bruce Willis), who is sought out by his former employers at the CIA after he has settled into a quiet, boring life in Cleveland. Once he realizes the government is out to get him for reasons that aren’t immediately clear, Frank calls in a few favors to old friends (Morgan Freeman, John Malkovich and a seriously strapped Dame Mirren). The plot is silly spy-revenge stuff; it couldn’t matter less. But the CIA backdrop offers the actors a chance to blow up plenty of scenery, figuratively and literally. Sometimes, that’s enough for your $10.