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Jay Zulkarnain is an assault leader for Malaysia's elite and deadly special force known as the UTK (Unit Tindakhas), and he and his squad of operatives are every terrorist's worst nightmare... See full summary »


Zulkarnain Azhar


Zulkarnain Azhar (original story), Alfie Palermo (screenplay)
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Credited cast:
Izara Aishah Izara Aishah ... Eddie
Zul Ariffin ... Jay Zulkarnain
Nur Fazura Nur Fazura ... Dian
Naeim Ghalili ... Virus Dealer
Azad Jasmin Azad Jasmin ... Skodeng
Farid Kamil Farid Kamil ... Andra
Iedil Putra Iedil Putra ... Jiman
Adli Shinichi Adli Shinichi ... Extra Rollercoster Rider


Jay Zulkarnain is an assault leader for Malaysia's elite and deadly special force known as the UTK (Unit Tindakhas), and he and his squad of operatives are every terrorist's worst nightmare. However, a mysterious terrorist has framed Jay for the murder of one of his squad members, and has also captured his sister Dian, who is an undercover agent. To save her sister, Jay must race against time to unravel the secret and reason as to why this terrorist is trying to destroy him. Written by cinema.com.my

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Cringeworthy a.k.a Just another Tuesday night in Malaysian flim industry.
29 December 2017 | by ikhwan-72526See all my reviews

You know, it is painful - utterly painful - to watch Malays movies. Right from the first minute, there are already plenty of things wrong with this movie, and there's 109 minutes more to go.

The script and dialogue is especially cringey. Everyone is talking like everybody else are 7 year olds. Imagine during a high priority mission, run by Bukit Aman no less (they're like the FBI, or Scotland Yard), there's a scene where an undercover police officer is having baby talk with her handler, right in front of 2 commanding officers. I don't know why the director Zulkarnain Azhar think this would be funny.

Wait, actually I do.

The problem with Malaysia is not that we don't have talent - we do - but our entire film industry, is one giant safe space for special snowflakes committed to circle jerking each other, feeling entitled simply because they appear on TV3 or Panca Indera tabloid.

They really have no idea what it means to make a film, rather they project their own perversion of what they believe should be funny or action, not realizing that Malaysian movie-goers do not live in a bubble; we watch other movies from other countries and they're all far superior to what Malaysian Film Industry has produce.

And when they fail at the box office, they conveniently blame others - such as Yusof Haslam blaming Malaysians for downloading piracy - as the cause of their films being a flop, and not understanding that the content that they produce is, to put it mildly, base trash of the shortest order.

You can take any Malay-based "action" movie that came out in the last 7 years and not one of them - not one, not KL Gangster I or II, not this J Revolusi - not one among them is able to compare with quality and raw beauty of Indonesia's The Raid: Redemption (Serbuan Maut) released in 2011.

The sad thing is that, the same complaint has been leveled to the Malaysian Film Industry since the 1990s and there's still no change, and I don't expect things to change in the near future.

Sorry for that rant, on with the movie.

The direction is bad, the acting is embarrassing and unconvincing, the production is actually not bad but I see more action in a Disney animated movie than I do in J Revolusi. And really, no 50 kg girl can take on a 100 kilo man; that's just nonsense.

To all those who voted this piece of garbage more than 6 stars; I'm giving you the middle finger and I'm telling you to go fornicate yourself upwards of your rectum.

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