The Raid: Redemption (Serbuan maut)

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Synopsis

As a rookie member of an elite special-forces team, Rama is instructed to hang back during a covert mission involving the extraction of a brutal crime lord from a rundown fifteen-story apartment block. But when a spotter blows their cover, boss Tama offers lifelong sanctuary to every killer, rapist and thief in the building in exchange fortheir heads. Now Rama must stand in for the team's fallen leader and use every iota of his fighting strength - winding through every floor and every room to complete the mission and escape with his life.

Cast

  • Iko Uwais
  • Joe Taslim
  • Donny Alamsyah
  • Yayan Ruhian
  • Pierre Gruno
  • Ray Sahetapy
  • Tegar Satrya
  • Iang Darmawan
  • Eka 'Piranha' Rahmadia
  • Verdi Solaiman

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Trivia

  • Yayan Ruhian, who played the Mad Dog character, had once trained Pencak Silat for Pasukan Pengamanan Presiden (the Indonesian Presidential Security Forces- equivalent to US Secret Service) in 1989 and for the Indonesian Military Police Corps in the early 1990s.
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Goofs

  • Punch sounds are heard when no punches were laid. This is in the American version of the movie. In the original all sounds are fine. The goof is created by bad dubbing/ sound editing making the movie understandable for that country.
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Quotes

    • Machete Gang #1: If I'm mad, I will enrage.
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Metacritic

80
Mar 23, 2012

Arguably the most dynamic Asian action film since the 1990s peaks of John Woo and Tsui Hark, The Raid: Redemption works as sheer gladiatorial ballet.

Metacritic review by Mark Jenkins
Mark Jenkins
NPR
88
Mar 22, 2012

Unapologetically brutal and unencumbered by much plot, Raid is the year's most turbo-charged film.

Metacritic review by Scott Bowles
Scott Bowles
USA Today