Uwais plays a young man who washes ashore, an amnesiac with a serious head injury whose past comes back to haunt him shortly after being nursed back to health by a young doctor. Violence ensues. Sweet, sweet violence.


Timo Tjahjanto
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Credited cast:
Iko Uwais ... Ishmael
Chelsea Islan ... Ailin
Sunny Pang ... Lee
Very Tri Yulisman ... Besi
Julie Estelle ... Rika
Ario Bayu ... Jakarta Police Captain
Yayu A.W. Unru Yayu A.W. Unru ... Romli
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ganindra Bimo Ganindra Bimo ... Bondi
Egy Fedly Egy Fedly ... Gang Boss Anto
Hirooki Goto ... Japanese Gangster
Gusti Achmad Habibi Gusti Achmad Habibi ... Sickly Inmate
David Hendrawan David Hendrawan ... Tejo
Epy Kusnandar ... Romli
Zack Lee ... Tano
Udeh Nans Udeh Nans ... Bus Thug


Uwais plays a young man who washes ashore, an amnesiac with a serious head injury whose past comes back to haunt him shortly after being nursed back to health by a young doctor. Violence ensues. Sweet, sweet violence.

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Action | Drama | Thriller


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Two interesting name that used in this movie is "Abdi" which can mean "Servant" in Indonesia n language. The second one is "Besi" that literally mean "Steel" in Indonesian or Malay language. See more »


When Ishmael is questioned by the police officer, he is chained to the table. Once the people to kill him arrive and he fights one of them, he is still chained to the table. In some shots, his chains are not seen and have obviously been forgotten. See more »


Lee: And now you can go to the hospital and check it out.
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One of the Bloodiest Brutal Fighting Movie After The Raid
10 December 2016 | by MichaelNontonMuluSee all my reviews

As an action movie, this one was quite over the top. The action coreographies were done superbly by Iko Uwais (who had a real pencak silat ability) and his team. I love the fighting scenes and there were so many of them that you would be left breathless watching them. They were all brutal and the length of each fight scenes were mostly just perfect. Except for the fight scene with Tejo and Tano which I personally felt was too long. Ooh I also felt that the opening shooting scenes were too exaggerated and did not make sense. However, the rest of the fight scenes were cool! Even the one involving Julie Estelle (I think her fighting scenes here are much better than the ones in The Raid 2). If I had to single out though, my most favorite one would definitely be the "first part" of the final fight of Ishmael with Lee.

In addition to the cool fighting scenes, the movie was also filled with good sound effect & the music was surprisingly good. I personally love the end credit song which felt very peaceful. The make up effects were also pretty good, with the bruises, scars and everything really seemed believable. Another plus point was also the beautiful scenery as the movie were shot in Riau province instead of the congested Jakarta.

There were also some interesting smaller supporting roles in the movie, but the one that I believe really stood out was Romli (played by Epy Kusnandar who was famous for playing in the popular comedy TV series Suami Suami Takut Istri) which I really thought brought some needed lightening mood to an otherwise very serious tone of the movie. Please be reminded also that this is an action movie where the main attraction is the great fight choreography by Iko Uwais. Hence we should not expect a great story line or logic in this movie. It is just pure entertainment. One thing that I originally felt was a plot hole, appeared to be resolved in the ending part of the movie. So kudos on the writing part.

So if you are a fan of this kind of gore, bloody movie filled with various one on one fighting scenes plus some occasional group fight, then this one is definitely for you. However, this is not recommended for the weak heart audience or those who could not stand the sight of those brutal killing scenes.

for my complete review, pls have a look at michaelnontonmulu.blogspot.co.id

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