Two brothers named Jamar and Suwo came back to the land of Java to avenge their father, who was a Sultan, after years of exile in America.

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Mike Wiluan

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Raymond Lee (screenplay), Mike Wiluan
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Yoshi Sudarso ... Suwo
Ario Bayu ... Jamar
Pevita Pearce Pevita Pearce ... Kiona (as Pevita Eileen Pearce)
Tio Pakusadewo ... Arana
Reinout Bussemaker ... Van Trach
Daniel Adnan Daniel Adnan ... Drost
Happy Salma Happy Salma ... Seruni
Mikha Tambayong Mikha Tambayong ... Sri
El Manik El Manik ... Suroyo
Donny Alamsyah Donny Alamsyah ... Young Arana
Donny Damara Donny Damara ... Sakar
Alex Abbad ... Fakar
Hannah Al Rashid ... Adrie
Zack Lee ... Leung
Sunny Pang ... Leung
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Two brothers named Jamar and Suwo came back to the land of Java to avenge their father, who was a Sultan, after years of exile in America.

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Pevita Pearce is not using any make up during filming See more »

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Movie begins with a note that the year is 1860 and follows a time line shortly after that. All firearms used therein are distinctly post 1873 (trapdoor rifles) and the pistols are post 1915 (mostly Webley Mk VIs) See more »

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Just an OK film
15 April 2019 | by LoremIpsum321See all my reviews

The film is not bat, but not particularly good either.

The story is very simple, yet, that's totally alright for a revenge "western". 2 dimensional characters, but well acted and likable good guys. But quite a cliché-ridden script. Fits the genre, tho. The locations are nice, too.

So why not a higher rating?

It's clearly a B- or C-movie. But that's not the point and would've been irrelevant if it weren't for one thing: The action, that's what matters, such films live off it, and in that department it's lacking here, gunfights and martial arts scenes alike.

The fight scenes with their choreography are nothing spectacular, only average at best which is a bummer since Sunny Pang is in the film who did a good job as the villain in Headshot fighting Iko Uwais. Some funny and interesting guns are shown and handled, too bad not more use was made of them. Less irrelevant dialogue and more cannon fooder to dispose of would have been greatly appreciated. The trailer suggests way more action than what's really there.

The usual paid 1-review-only-"fans" can be ignored like the "patriots" trying to boost their countries film industry. Ratings higher than 6 are nonsense and have nothing to do with reality. For the entertainment value I personally got out of it, it's a 5 from me. Nothing terrible, but nothing to watch again, ever.


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19 July 2018 (Indonesia) See more »

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