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The Raid 2 (2014) More at IMDbPro »The Raid 2: Berandal (original title)

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The Raid 2 -- Immediately following the events of the original, Officer Rama is pressured to join an anti-corruption task force to guarantee protection for his wife and child. His mission is to get close to a new mob boss, Bangun, by befriending his incarcerated son, Uco. Rama must hunt for information linking Bangun with corruption in the Jakarta Police Department while pursuing a dangerous and personal vendetta that threatens to consume him and bring his mission -- and the organized crime syndicate -- down around him.
The Raid 2 -- Only a short time after the first raid, Rama goes undercover with the thugs of Jakarta and plans to bring down the syndicate and uncover the corruption within his police force.
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The Raid 2 -- Watch the first trailer for the sequel to The Raid, which picks up soon after the events of the first movie.
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Director:
Writer:
Gareth Evans (written by)
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Release Date:
11 April 2014 (USA) See more »
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Tagline:
It's Not Over Yet
Plot:
Only a short time after the first raid, Rama goes undercover with the thugs of Jakarta and plans to bring down the syndicate and uncover the corruption within his police force. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Awards:
3 wins & 8 nominations See more »
NewsDesk:
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Iko Uwais ... Rama

Arifin Putra ... Uco

Tio Pakusadewo ... Bangun (as Tio Pakusodewo)

Oka Antara ... Eka

Alex Abbad ... Bejo
Cecep Arif Rahman ... The Assassin (as Cecep Arief Rahman)

Julie Estelle ... Alicia 'Hammer Girl'

Very Tri Yulisman ... Baseball Bat Man

Ryûhei Matsuda ... Keichi (as Ryuhei Matsuda)
Ken'ichi Endô ... Hideaki Goto (as Kenichi Endo)

Kazuki Kitamura ... Ryuichi

Yayan Ruhian ... Prakoso
Cok Simbara ... Bunawar
Roy Marten ... Reza
Epy Kusnandar ... Topan

Zack Lee ... Benny
Deddy Sutomo ... Mediator
Marsha Timothy ... Dwi
Donny Alamsyah ... Andi
Mike Lucock ... Jhonny
Henky Solaiman ... Father (as Hengky Solaiman)
Haryadi Anwar ... Prison Warden
Pong Harjatmo ... Commissioner (as Pong Hardjatmo)
Aditya Antika ... Joanna
Patty Sandya ... Karaoke Girl #2 (as Patria Sandya Mustika)
Tegar Satrya ... Bowo
Fikha Effendi ... Isa
Thomas Nawilis ... Accountant
Mulyadi Marlon ... Bunawar's Men
Hari Pratama Lubis ... Bunawar's Men
Suwardi ... Bunawar's Men
Ardani ... Police Precinct Cop #1
Ferouz Ahmad Fero ... Police Precinct Cop #2
Warsono ... Police Precinct Cop #3
Simon Pitta ... Police Precinct Cop #4
Raffa Putra R. ... Angga
M. Thahir Alrafi ... Baby Angga (as Thahir Alrafi M.)
Kenny Mayang Sari ... Receptionist
Nabil Alata ... Bangun's Men
Makmur Effendi ... Bangun's Men
M. Bagus ... Bangun's Men
Suradi Tanadi ... Goto's Men
M. Henry Sulaeman ... Dadit
Nancy Gratia Cycling ... Dildo Girl
Ardi ... Joki
Herlina ... Junkie 1
Muhammad Rizky ... Junkie 2 (as M. Rizky)
Cheppy Haryadi ... Eka's Guard
Aira Sondang ... Eka's Guard
Raja Khalid ... Security
Edi Tambudho ... Prakoso's Target
Dicky Syahputra ... Baseball Bat Man's Target
Thamrin Sutra ... Informant
Ferdian Ariyadi ... Sugar Cane Target
Saifan Nur ... Taxi Driver
Kusyantono ... Windscreen Guy
Adi Ariyono ... Driver
M. Anom Perkasa ... Shooter
Kristian Agung ... Car Fighter
Safaringga ... Car Fighter
Yolla Primadona Jampil ... Car Fighter
Zuli Silawanto ... Car Fighter
Asep Haerudin ... Parked Car Man
Fihrin Jerry ... Forensics
Fajar ... Washroom Attendant
Alain O. ... Wahyu
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Taufik Arrahman ... Bejo's Man
Kho Michael ... Club Fighter

Udeh Nans ... Motorider (as Udeh Putralaga)
Peter Pastimoore ... Subway Train Fighter
Hanata Rue ... Subway Train Fighter
Famisa Yusuf ... Warehouse Fighter #4

Directed by
Gareth Evans 
 
Writing credits
Gareth Evans (written by)

Produced by
Rangga Maya Barack-Evans .... executive producer (as R. Maya Barack-Evans)
Nate Bolotin .... producer
Todd Brown .... executive producer
Irwan D. Mussry .... executive producer
Daiwanne Ralie .... line producer (as Daiwanne P. Ralie)
Ario Sagantoro .... producer
Nick Spicer .... executive producer
Aram Tertzakian .... producer
 
Original Music by
Aria Prayogi 
Joseph Trapanese 
Fajar Yuskemal 
 
Cinematography by
Matt Flannery 
Dimas Imam Subhono 
 
Film Editing by
Gareth Evans 
 
Art Direction by
T. Moty D. Setyanto 
 
Makeup Department
Kumalasari Tanara .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Dondy Adrian .... first assistant director (as Dondy Adrian Senjaya)
Mus Danang Danar Dono .... assistant director
Ginanti Rona Tembang Sari .... assistant director (as Ginanti Rona Tembang Asri)
Victor Studiaminto .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
James Austin .... engineering services
Ronni Brown .... foley artist
Danny Caccavo .... digital editorial support
Danielle Dupre .... assistant re-recording mixer
Sean England .... foley artist
Kim Foscato .... sound effects editor
Jonathan Greber .... foley editor
Jonathan Greber .... supervising sound editor
Josh Lowden .... vice president & general manager: Skywalker Sound Staff
Zach Martin .... re-recording mixer
Charlotte Moore .... bidding & scheduling: Skywalker Sound Staff
Steve Morris .... director of engineering: Skywalker Sound Staff
Al Nelson .... sound designer
Jonathan Null .... director of production: Skywalker Sound Staff
Aria Prayogi .... dialogue editor
Aria Prayogi .... sound designer
Aria Prayogi .... sound effects editor
Brandon Proctor .... re-recording mixer
Brandon Proctor .... sound designer
Ichsan Rachmaditta .... sound recordist
Corey Tyler .... foley mixer
Doug Winningham .... sound effects editor (as Dug Winningham)
Fajar Yuskemal .... dialogue editor
Fajar Yuskemal .... sound designer
Fajar Yuskemal .... sound effects editor
Ryan J. Frias .... digital editorial services (uncredited)
Scott Levine .... digital editorial services (uncredited)
Edgar Meza .... engineering services (uncredited)
David Peifer .... digital editorial services (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Andromedha Pradana .... prosthetics chief
 
Visual Effects by
Didik Juwandi A. .... visual effects (visual effects)
 
Stunts
Gareth Evans .... action choreographer
Bruce Law .... car stunts coordinator
Yee Man Law .... assistant car stunt coordinator
Mike Leeder .... stunts
Udeh Nans .... stunt performer
Yayan Ruhian .... fight choreographer
Larnell Stovall .... guest fight choreographer
Iko Uwais .... fight choreographer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Danu Prasd .... d.i.t. tech
 
Editorial Department
Adi Supriadi .... digital intermediate colorist
 
Music Department
Mark Denis .... composer: Trailer Music
Jason Lazarus .... additional music arranger and technical score engineer
Jason Lazarus .... additional music arranger
Jason Lazarus .... score technical engineer
Colleen M. Lutz .... score mixing assistant
Satoshi Mark Noguchi .... music scoring mixer
Brian Parkhurst .... assistant to composers
 
Other crew
Ardiansyah Bahar .... medic
Daniel A. Mondschain .... physical production executive
Hesti Purwaningsih .... production coordinator
Bonnie Wiryani .... Mandarin translator/ Intern
 
Thanks
Simon de Bruyn .... special thanks
Kyle Franke .... special thanks
Mette-Marie Kongsved .... special thanks (as Mette-Marie Katz)
Mike Sherman .... special thanks
M.J. Simpson .... thanks
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"The Raid 2: Berandal" - Indonesia (original title)
"The Raid 2: Thug" - Indonesia (English title) (literal title)
"The Raid: Retaliation" - International (English title) (alternative title)
"The Raid: Gokudo" - Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for sequences of strong bloody violence throughout, sexuality and language
Runtime:
150 min
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Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Originally, Berandal was written before The Raid: Redemption (2011). When funding fell through for Berandal, Gareth Evans (director) decided to do a film that required a lower budget that would eventually become the first movie.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: When Rama is fighting his captors in the car, the scene cuts away briefly after he starts to gain the upper hand. When it cuts back, the two passengers in the front and back-right seats are clearly not attacking him and appear to be perfectly calm, as if Rama is not trying to escape.See more »
Quotes:
Hideaki Goto:They're not cops anymore. They're in my world now.See more »
Movie Connections:
References Barry Lyndon (1975)See more »
Soundtrack:
Warehouse StompingSee more »

FAQ

Will Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park do the score again?
Is that Mad Dog in the trailer?
What are the differences between the R-Rated Version and the Uncut Original Version?
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53 out of 61 people found the following review useful.
The Greatest Action Film Under The Sun, 5 April 2014
Author: Ben Anderson from Australia

I was lucky enough to catch a limited release screening of this film here in Australia as I was in high anticipation to see it after more than enjoying the first Raid film and in no way was I disappointed with this film. This is honestly, by far, one of the best sequels in existence today. The isolated first film is completely removed of all boundaries and expanded it to this ultra-violent masterpiece. First the possible negatives for some people; this movie is very long and structured differently to the first (Beginning Story - Action Centre - Ending Story) this film follows a back and forth style of (Story - Action - Story - Action) so the accumulation of story is quite large meaning a lot of reading for English viewers. Another possible negative is the fact this film feels almost nothing like the first film, the first being like an action survival story while this film is an action, espionage, martial arts film filled with gangs and all different personalities though in my opinion this gives the film a fresh style for viewers. If you were expecting same old style you may be disappointed but there is an American remake of the first film in production. The final possible negative is the vast amount of brutal and graphic violence throughout the film, this is one of the most violent action films I have ever seen but I enjoy the extreme violence side of cinema but those with a light stomach may find this film difficult for the sheer amount of blood there is in this movie in comparison to the first. These negatives in my eyes are strong points for the film in my eyes but to others might not be. To the positives which there are plenty of, firstly and most important; the action. As you probably would've expected the action in this film is the greatest bone crunching action you will most likely see in your whole life, its gritty and incredibly well planned style makes it like a form of bloody art. Gareth Evans knows exactly what he is doing here. One of my favorite aspects of the films was the direction. The slow pans and zooms Evans uses to build suspense as well as a perfect use of slow motion, not over the top in any way, just give the film an added visual style which boosts it even further. Evans also knows exactly how to build up an action scene, one of my absolute favorite fight scenes in the film in the prison yard fight which is so incredibly well choreographed whilst having this dark and suspenseful build up to the fight. This film try's a lot of new things and all of which work for example are car chase scene which is one of the best I've seen in any movie. The story in this film delivers what the first film was lacking, putting characters in the flesh and making you care a lot more, even for the villains. And with good story and characters of course comes excellent acting which is often rare in action films, these actors are absolutely teeming with talent, all of which can act and can fight. As I read the credits I could only see two stunt doubles for the whole film which is saying something. This is an absolute must see for any action film fan, it is nothing short of a masterpiece and needs to receive the credit it absolutely deserves

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