SAS: Red Notice

An off-duty SAS soldier, Tom Buckingham, must thwart a terror attack on a train running through the Channel Tunnel. As the action escalates on the train, events transpire in the corridors of power that may make the difference as to whether Buckingham and the civilian passengers make it out of the tunnel alive.

Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Tom Buckingham: Sam Heughan
  • Grace Lewis: Ruby Rose
  • George Clements: Andy Serkis
  • William Lewis: Tom Wilkinson
  • Declan Smith: Tom Hopper
  • Dr. Sophie Hart: Hannah John-Kamen
  • Major Bisset: Noel Clarke
  • Oliver Lewis: Owain Yeoman
  • Zada: Jing Lusi
  • Prime Minister Atwood: Ray Panthaki
  • Charlotte: Anne Reid
  • Callum: Richard McCabe
  • Sir Charles Whiteside: Douglas Reith
  • Colleen: Sarah Winter
  • News Reader: Ben Shephard

Film Crew:

  • Casting Director: Anne McCarthy
  • Editor: Megan Gill
  • Producer: Laurence Malkin
  • Producer: Kwesi Dickson
  • Casting Director: Colin Jones
  • Director: Magnus Martens
  • Novel: Andy McNab
  • Casting Director: Kellie Roy
  • Production Design: Anca Perja
  • Music Supervisor: Laura Katz
  • Original Music Composer: Benji Merrison
  • Producer: Joe Simpson
  • Director of Photography: Nick Remy Matthews
  • Co-Producer: Tünde Bodnár

Movie Reviews:

  • Peter89Spencer: What was most annoying was that every guess I made in the film I was wrong, especially when some of my guesses would’ve made sense…
    – The beginning of the film, there was a girl who recorded the whole massacre. I assumed she would be a witness who would be escorted to testify, which in turn would start off the whole action. Nah, instead they just skipped to the part where it was all exposed.
    – When the SAS stormed in, Tom Wilkinson’s character was by the table peacefully, I would thought it meant he surrendered and was willing to turn himself in and make a plea deal. Instead, Andy Serkis’ character shot him dead.
    – The secret messaging for Ruby Rose’s character made me believe Noel Clarke was the informant, only to see her shoot him dead, which dispelled my theory.
    – At the end, I thought the protagonist would choose to let the baddie live, as killing her is what she would’ve wanted, only to surprisingly kill her gruesomly.

    This was a huge disappointing mess.

  • JPV852: Passable but very forgettable action-thriller. I liked the cast well enough but there’s really not a whole lot that stands out from the action/fight scenes to pretty one-dimensional characters. **2.75/5**
  • itsogs: As far as action and entertainment movies go, this one was okay. Sure, there were some scenes that did not turn out the way you would have thought, or wanted, but if you were looking to be entertained with explosions and suspense, you would not be disappointed, I wasn’t.⭐⭐⭐⭐
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