The Raid: Redemption

2011

Action / Crime / Thriller

371
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 87%
IMDb Rating 7.6 10 168856

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Iko Uwais as Rama
Yayan Ruhian as Mad Dog
Joe Taslim as Jaka
Ray Sahetapy as Tama
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796.40 MB
1280*720
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 41 min
P/S 6 / 72
1.60 GB
1920*1080
English
R
23.976 fps
1hr 41 min
P/S 6 / 80

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by reidsmailbox 10 / 10

Wow. Truly Awesome and Intense!

I am usually not into action films unless they are really good. This one is totally unique and is now one my #1 action favorite. This movie is like nothing made before. And is so awesome. Go see it.

Reviewed by mmmmbanemmmm 10 / 10

Authentic and powerful movie

A great atmospheric action martial arts movie the raid redemption and the raid 2 are the best action martial arts crime thrillers ever made real authentic hardcore movies like mad max and matrix and ip man really fun to watch over and over

Reviewed by IkhwanArif 9 / 10

Indonesians Show The World They Too Can Kick Arse

Indonesians Show The World That They Too Can Kick Arse

As a Malaysian, I am thoroughly in despair that my country will never be able to produce a film so beautifully raw as this. Malaysia has a censorship board that is ridiculously Orwellian; there should be no blood, no curse word, no crime - nothing to depict what the real world is. In short Malaysian Film Industry is a Feminist, Gynocentrist, Social Justice Warrior, Soyboy, cuckold excremental display.

I am grateful that Indonesian film industry still have their testicles intact, and this film exhibits the raw unbridled potential of what South East Asian action movie are capable off.

The action is bloody, well choreographed, well shot and totally convincing. Iko Uwais is a fantastic action star, his martial art is the real deal and you can really see it in his performance. The best scenes must be with his Karambit knife. Yayan Ruhian is also great as Mad Dog.

Speaking of performances; I highly commend the director Gareth Evans for employing plain looking men for extras as well as using real locations for the shoot; it makes the film look wholly believable and immersive.

Malay and Indonesian share a common root language and so, listening to the dialogue in it's native form has been enjoyable, because the acting all around is great, with every part big and small are played with urgency and intensity owing much to the language and how it is spoken.

I recommend this film to anyone who loves action films.

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