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September 16, 2012
?The Raid? is about as simple a story as it gets, the Indonesian capital of Jakarta has been corrupted by a drug lord called Tama (Ray Sahetaphy) and he needs to be brought down. Easier said than done, since Tama lives in and rules over a whole 30-storey tower-block where police and other drug gangs over the last decade have tried and failed to overthrow him. The majority of the tenants are
September 02, 2012
As good as close combat action can get with a serious plot to keep you interested.
August 28, 2012
Its the Best action movie i have watched in 2011-12. The Only Movie with straight up dose of a whole lot of action. It has everything an action movie needs... GUNS FIGHTS SKILLS TACTICS SUSPENSE... Its a **********!
August 14, 2012
Great movie, very action packed.
April 21, 2012
Best Action Packed movie of the year
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San Francisco Chronicle
Iko Uwais is not exactly a household name, but the Indonesian heartthrob appears to be well on his way with The Raid: Redemption, a clever, action-packed film that showcases his movie-star looks, low-key charisma and breathtaking martial arts skills. Full Review
Time Out New York
There are moments when The Raid: Redemption doesn't feel like an action movie so much as pure action itself, delivered in strong, undiluted doses and with the sort of creative one-upmanship capable of rejuvenating a stale, seen-it-all genre. Full Review
American action movies are almost entirely defined by cutaways, blaring music cues and grunts. The Raid: Redemption, a hyper-energetic Indonesian martial arts movie, delivers an effective rebuke to that meek norm. Bones break, blood flows and swift, excessively complicated fight choreography puts virtually everything released in North America since "The Bourne Ultimatum" to instant shame. Full Review
Lean, fast-moving, and filled with game-changing fight sequences that have a brutally beautiful (or beautifully brutal) quality, Gareth Evans's Indonesian martial-arts film The Raid: Redemption lives up to its viral hype. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
It's exhausting, exhilarating, riveting stuff that fans of high-octane filmmaking should not miss. Full Review