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aryraider - 14/10/2012 06:54 AM
#6681

RT @ghuwevans: About to see a Reog performance, research and reference for Berandal.
shii405 - 14/10/2012 09:46 PM
#6682

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Original Posted By hemu03
Dr kemaren kayanya belum ada yang masang ini video, Bang iko ama mad dog dalam ritual palang pintu

[youtube]UNoOBjCntis[/youtube]

"Si Pitung" banget penampakannya ya gan D
Riviera - 16/10/2012 12:00 AM
#6683

@yang masih minat baca review.. silahkan klik spoiler

Spoiler for A Damon's Voice


RAIDERS WITH A MARTIAL ART

Serbuan Maut a.k.a The Raid (2012) | Director: Gareth Evans | Iko Uwais, Yayan Ruhian - Part 2

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The most violent film I've seen both recently and for the first time is the Indonesian action film The Raid. I'd heard good things about it beforehand, but then I'd also heard good things about anal sex and I can't say I enjoyed that particularly. The difference I suppose was that I watched The Raid of my own free will whereas it wasn't until mid-fuck I realised that I'd been duped into performing buggery. Call me old fashioned but my general outlook is that a vagina is usually snug enough unless, of course, your cock is quite small, or your girlfriend’s a slut.

The Raid starts quietly with the main character Rama preparing for his next assignment. He's a member of an Elite SWAT team, an excellent fighter and his wife is currently expecting their first child. I guess Rama figures that as soon as his partner gives birth, his life is basically over anyway and so why not go for a job in which you're likely to die in a hail of bullets? The opening scene is the closest we get to any real backstory and even that features Rama slapping a punching bag as though he's just caught AIDs off the village tart.

If there's one thing that can be said about The Raid, it’s that it's not complicated. In fact, the plot is probably about as simple and single-minded as Ashton Kutcher in a coma dreaming about eggcups. I mean that as a complement too by the way, as so many action films are ruined by a convoluted story. For example, The Merovingian adds nothing to The Matrix Reloaded except running time and annoying, pseudo-philosophical drivel. If there's any one nation that I refuse to be lectured by about 'Cause and Effect' then it's the fucking French (worse still by someone pretending to be French). The Raid on the other hand is so lean that if it were an actor, it could easily play a holocaust victim or perhaps a smack addict.

Rama gets called up for his assignment and quickly finds himself in the back of a van with the rest of his team. Their mission is to invade a scummy block of flats and then arrest the gang leader who lives there. Unfortunately for them, the majority of people who inhabit it are also criminals using the security of the building to lie low. I hate to draw comparisons to this tower and the unemployed yobs who live there, to a block of flats in the poorer parts of Liverpool, so I won't. Not because I don't believe it but because Scousers can be fucking touchy when they want to be.

Despite this being a krack team of well-trained law enforcers, they manage to fuck things up within seconds of entering the building. They're spotted by a young child who manages to sound the alarm and warn everyone inside that they're on the prowl. I hate to criticise the Indonesian Police but what the fuck was their delay. They had a clear two seconds to shoot that lookout kid in the fucking head and yet they hesitated. I know he hadn't done anything to warrant his death when they had the opportunity, but since when would that stop our police? Until I live in a fascist society were innocent people can be shot to death by the law and with no real consequences, then I just won't be able to feel safe.

The building is instantly put into lockdown with the residents ordered to kill Rama and his colleagues in exchange for some free rent. What follows is ninety minutes of hardcore action and survival horror that makes your average snuff movie look like the latest Pixar film. To describe the violence in The Raid as extreme would be an understatement. It features people getting shot in the face, stabbed in the throat and the most horrific gaping axe wound since Pamela Anderson hit that red record button, spread her legs and showed us what she had for breakfast.

If the plot of this film sounds in any way familiar then I'd assume that's because you're one of the twelve people to have seen the recent and excellent Dredd. Comparisons between the two films have been widely made with their similarity in fact being used as criticism against Dredd. However having now seen both films, I really don't see what the problem is. Sure they share the same set up but that's about it. It's kind of like the start of Casino Royale when Bond is chasing the black guy who’s bouncing around a construction site like an evil Tigger with a bomb. They come to a dead end in which the black guy leaps athletically through a small window only for Bond to plough straight through it like a proper defiant bastard. With this analogy, The Raid is Tigger the bomber and Dredd is Bond. They both face the same hurdles but where one solves it with a dignified display of lethal ballet, the other just smashes things up like an angry cunt with a wasp up his arse.

I don't want to have to choose between Dredd and The Raid because I loved them both. However after watching the latter I kind of realised I never need to see another action film ever again. Everything about The Raid is pretty much perfect with the stunts being exciting, imaginative and relentlessly bone-crunching. Most films break up their action with scenes of exposition or ‘backstory’ but The Raid can't be fucked with something as pathetic as dialogue. It therefore breaks up its action with different forms of violence. They start off shooting at each other, then move onto knife fights and then conclude with some phenomenal kung-fu shiz. I'm not exaggerating when I say the martial arts here really does makes the incredible fighting in The Matrix look like two thalidomide's trying to happy-slap each other in a desperate attempt to somehow climax.

I'm in no way a sporty person but the level of dedication on display with The Raid’s stunts is genuinely shocking. At times the fighting gets so extreme you can't help but wonder if anybody genuinely got hurt. I'm not saying that action films are improved by the possibility of real danger but it would certainly make some movies more entertaining. In fact if someone actually kicked Chris Tucker in the throat then Rush Hour would be at risk of becoming almost watchable.

Bizarrely, and despite The Raid being an Indonesian kung-fu film, it is in fact written and directed by some Welsh bloke called Gareth Evans. Before seeing this movie, I'd always thought of the Welsh as an English secret and considered them our sort-of-simple cousins. They were basically only known for living in the hills and riding sheep in a way that can only be safe with the use of a condom. Having now seen The Raid, my opinion hasn't changed but Gareth Evans is clearly a talented man. For the full running time, his camera never stops moving, whizzing about like an bonus character on krack. The ‘kineticism’ really is up their with Sam Raimi and Edgar Wright and really does go to show that it's not the budget that dictates excitement, but the level of talent in control. If Michael Bay was even half as talented as Evans then he'd realise how shite Transformers: Dark of the Moon was and cry himself to death in a puddle of piss and shame. If we, as a species, realised how much more money was involved with that ball-poppingly dull threequel was, we'd hopefully do the same.

If I have one criticism of The Raid, it would be regarding a minor plot development in which two characters turn out to be brothers. Despite this adding a little extra tension and character development it also comes across as a little bit of a coincidence. Although in its defence, that is only a minor point and is in no way as contrived as Star Wars: The Phantom Menace. I'd always wondered who built C3-PO and so thank God it turned out to be a young Darth Vader. Without that random and unnecessary development, the saga wouldn't have held together as well and Episode one would probably be considered to be proper shite.

In the end, The Raid probably won't be everybody’s cup of tea, but that's only because some people are pussies. Yes, it's violent, but it's really not as offensive as something like the morally bankrupt Sex and the City 2. After watching The Raid all I wanted to do was tell people how brilliant it was. After Sex and the Shitty I just wanted to self-harm for a few hours until the memories went away. I guess what I'm saying is that violent films really don't make the people watching them violent. After enduring the self-indulgent escapades of Miranda, Charlotte, Samantha and Seabiscuit, they might even help to calm us down. Sure laughing at the sight of seeing someone knifed in the throat might seem anti-social but fuck it- I can assure you it was through the sheer giddy of The Raids brilliance and not because I think being stabbed is a source of humour. Not unless Piers Morgan's after any tips for a stand up routine, anyway.


Lengkapnya di : http://ademonsvoice.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/raiders-with-martial-art.html


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aryraider - 16/10/2012 05:20 PM
#6684

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shii405 - 18/10/2012 08:05 PM
#6685

Interview Niconico Iko Uwais & Pak Yayan:
http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1349942893

tu orang jepang kyknya excited banget dengerin teori2 soal silat.

ane jadi belajar teori silat juga nih... baru tahu ane, di silat menyerang harus slalu menggunakan 2 tangan utk mengantisipasi serangan balasan pada saat yg bersamaan...

si jepang bandingin ama karate, katanya gerakan karate terlalu patah2... sdgkan silat lebih mengalir... berarti silat mirip kungfu kali yah?
BungToher - 18/10/2012 08:41 PM
#6686

Quote:
Original Posted By shii405
Interview Niconico Iko Uwais & Pak Yayan:
http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1349942893

tu orang jepang kyknya excited banget dengerin teori2 soal silat.

ane jadi belajar teori silat juga nih... baru tahu ane, di silat menyerang harus slalu menggunakan 2 tangan utk mengantisipasi serangan balasan pada saat yg bersamaan...

si jepang bandingin ama karate, katanya gerakan karate terlalu patah2... sdgkan silat lebih mengalir... berarti silat mirip kungfu kali yah?



Silat emang bisa dikatain saudara jauh kungfu, gan. maksudnya secara sistemnya sama seperti kungfu yaitu tidak ada standarisasi. apapun namanya apabila mencakup bela diri maka bisa disebut silat dan kungfu/wushu bagi orang cina sana
dionhaiz - 18/10/2012 09:29 PM
#6687

Quote:
Original Posted By shii405
Interview Niconico Iko Uwais & Pak Yayan:
http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1349942893

tu orang jepang kyknya excited banget dengerin teori2 soal silat.

ane jadi belajar teori silat juga nih... baru tahu ane, di silat menyerang harus slalu menggunakan 2 tangan utk mengantisipasi serangan balasan pada saat yg bersamaan...


satu tangan biasa difungsikan untuk perlindungan kemaluan.

Quote:

si jepang bandingin ama karate, katanya gerakan karate terlalu patah2... sdgkan silat lebih mengalir... berarti silat mirip kungfu kali yah?


mungkin karena perbedaan prinsip. Kesan gw sih karate menumpukan pada 1 serangan mematikan /decisive strike yg akan mengakhiri duel..

sementara Silat dan Kung Fu beranggapan, 1 pukulan tidaklah cukup untuk menyudahi duel, kecuali lawan ternyata ayam sayur paten D

bagi yg pernah mengalami perkelahian selama masa2 sekolah dulu, pasti paham, adrenaline yg memuncak menjadikan toleransi akan rasa sakit meningkat drastis, melebihi level biasanya.
sakitnya baru terasa beberapa lama stlh pertarungan usai..

jadi wajar diperlukan tenaga lebih dlm 1 pukulan (kasus karate) atau beberapa pukulan (kasus silat & kungfu)
muisska - 18/10/2012 09:53 PM
#6688

film perang semua ituu
live-joga - 18/10/2012 11:25 PM
#6689

The Raid Emang Legend nih


mudah-mudahan berandal bisa sukses juga
AngelGetMad - 19/10/2012 12:35 AM
#6690
hoolllaaa....
sekian lama jadi SR, akhirnya muncul ke permukaan lagi ilovekaskus

Jadi sepi lagi nih, dah pada hijrah ke trit brandal apa yak? bingungs

nyusul ke TKP aja dah _________ ngacir:
BungToher - 19/10/2012 01:40 PM
#6691

ayooo habisin ni part 2-nya senggaknya ampe berandal tiba
medyudhapradja - 19/10/2012 02:33 PM
#6692

Agan2 disini hayo kasih ucapan selamat utk Kang Yayan Mad Dog yang ulang tahun hari ini *salah satu tokoh paling fenomenal sepanjang sejarah perfilman Indonesia* cendolb
clurit - 19/10/2012 03:13 PM
#6693

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Original Posted By medyudhapradja
Agan2 disini hayo kasih ucapan selamat utk Kang Yayan Mad Dog yang ulang tahun hari ini *salah satu tokoh paling fenomenal sepanjang sejarah perfilman Indonesia* cendolb


kang yayan levelnya dah bukan indonesia lagi, karakternya udah jadi icon di film action level dunia D
afzhan24 - 19/10/2012 05:05 PM
#6694

selamat hari burung akang yayan alias mad dog
semoga jadi legenda perfilman indonesia
eijin_kiver - 19/10/2012 05:11 PM
#6695
[Special Feature] ‘Dredd 3-D’ vs. ‘The Raid: Redemption’
Serbuan Maut a.k.a The Raid (2012) | Director: Gareth Evans | Iko Uwais, Yayan Ruhian - Part 2

When Lionsgate released their trailer for Dredd 3-D way back in July, we all basically thought the same thing: “Hey, this looks an awful lot like The Raid.”

It’s no wonder why. Just like The Raid, Dredd’s trailer sells a film in which an outmatched badass must take on an entire building of villains, battling level by level to the top floor where he must kill a drug kingpin who waits among cool, mini-boss henchmen.

You can cry foul all you want, but sometimes these things aren’t so simple. According to Wikipedia, Dredd started filming in Novemember 2010, while The Raid began its shoot four months later in March 2011. So there appear to be no shenanigans here to curse. We instead have something a bit more complicated. Two movies, completely independent of each other, both utilizing the completely awesome conceit of containing their action film within dangerous high-rises.

But that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun comparing the two, if only to highlight what an embarrassment of riches we action fans have been enjoying recently. Head inside for the death match!

THE BUILDING:

Dredd’s building is way taller than the relatively diminutive domicile featured in The Raid. Both buildings house innocent poor people as well as badasses, though Dredd’s appears to have a much higher poor innocent to badass ratio. As a result, The Raid’s tenement feels immensely more dangerous to walk around. That’s illustrated in each films’ respective number of action sequences. Dredd has a handful, while The Raid is pretty much all action from beginning to end.
Raid-1, Dredd-0

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THE SHUTDOWN:

In both films, our heroes cannot leave due to a building lockdown demanded from the main bad guy. In Dredd this basically amounts to a bunch of metal blast shields covering all exits. In The Raid, all exits are covered by snipers.

I personally found the snipers more threatening. Not only that, but there’s a part in Dredd where he actually gets out of the building and chooses to reenter, so the whole lockdown thing is clearly less important than in The Raid. For that reason alone, The Raid wins this one.
Raid-2, Dredd-0

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THE CITY:

Finally, Dredd gets a little love. While I enjoy The Raid, its action is so simple and compact that we learn very little about the surrounding area other than it’s dangerous and corrupt. Dredd, however, takes place in an overpopulated future city with all kinds of interesting stuff going on. Just the one moment in which we visually see how overwhelmed the Judges are with crime does wonders for delivering a fun and new cinematic setting. They don’t do as much with it as they could, but that’s the price paid for the simple plot set-up, which is worth it in my book.
Raid-2, Dredd-1

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ACTION:

This one seems more obvious than it actually is. While The Raid’s all out kung-fu assault gets everyone excited in all the right ways, Dredd’s slow-motion face shooting should not go overlooked. Even when Dredd goes hand to hand, we get that incredibly icky throat smash kill. Add Dredd’s super cool futuristic guns with their wide array of voice-activated ammunition, and you have a surprisingly strong showing from this masked underdog. Unfortunately, it’s just not enough to overcome The Raid’s truly amazing scenes of physical combat, snipers, and refrigerator bombs.
Raid-3, Dredd-1

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SIDEKICK:

When Dredd was just a mere trailer, its use of a female rookie sidekick raised a lot of red flags. Now that we’ve all seen it, however, Potential Judge Anderson ends up helping rather than hindering Dredd’s awesomeness. She’s a psychic who can totally hold her own both mentally and physically against The Wire’s Avon Barksdale. Furthermore, she and Dredd never have a boring, forced love story.

The Raid, in its infinite wisdom, had a pesky sidekick but shoves him out of the way as soon as possible, leaving Rama free to roam the halls like the lone wolf we wanted. Still, I’m kind of more impressed with Dredd’s successful use of a pesky sidekick rather than The Raid’s dismissal of the trope.
Raid-3, Dredd-2

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VILLAIN:

Dredd goes up against a narratively hyped and visually interesting Ma-Ma (played by Game of Thrones’ chilly Lena Headey). The Raid’s Rama has to deal with drug kingpin Tama Riyadi, a character we learn very little about. This one’s kind of a draw overall. Ma-Ma looks cooler, has a better backstory, and gets the better demise. But Tama seems far more raw and dangerous. Plus, he sounds really cool when he speaks.
Raid-3, Dredd-2

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VILLAIN KILLS OTHER VILLAINS SCENE:

So if that’s a draw, lets get more specific. Both films show us how bad their villains are by offering scenes in which they deal with internal conflicts (i.e. offing henchmen). In Dredd, Ma-Ma skins three guys alive and hits them with slow-mo just before dropping them 200 stories to their death. Pretty brutal.

The Raid’s Rama, on the other hand, just shoots his guys in the head. When he runs out of bullets on the last guy, he beats his head in with a hammer. Less showy, but equally effective.

Here’s the important difference: While Ma-Ma wins for sheer inventiveness, the slow-mo bit was not her idea. Furthermore, she does not dish out the punishment herself. Rama on the other hand, does his killing with his own hands. Therefore, he wins.
Raid-4, Dredd-2

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MINI-BOSS:

Ma-Ma has one traditional henchman, but Judge Dredd throws him over a balcony without much trouble. That would put her out of the contest, but she then calls up four dirty Judges to kill Dredd. They don’t succeed, but it’s a pretty cool move.

Unfortunately, The Raid has Mad Dog. No film is probably ever going to out-do Mad Dog as far as badass mini-bosses go. That little guy is just too insane.
Raid-5, Dredd-2

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Poor Dredd. In all honesty, it’s just not fair to put even the best action films up against The Raid. Dredd suffers but only by comparison. Action movies as pure and visceral as The Raid don’t come everyday. Dredd can reach some impressive cinematic highs and still be the inferior film. For my money, 98% of the film’s I have ever seen are inferior when it comes to The Raid.

At the end of the day, some concepts just make especially exciting films. Dredd and The Raid happen to share one of them. I wouldn’t mind a new version of the “Awesome badass fights an entire building of bad guys” sub genre once every year, regardless of how derivative of this or that film they may end up. I didn’t like The Hunger Games much, but I’m always ready for more films where kids have to hunt and kill each other. After all, how many movies do we have where a dude in a mask chops up teenagers? It’s a concept, and there are films enough to share.

If you haven’t seen Dredd yet, what are you waiting for? It’s an awesome, gory, action, science fiction film, the kind most people complain about missing lately. Karl Urban totally brings the hammer down on the role and the film manages to sidestep most of the stupid business that derails its ilk. Check it out and support R-rated sci-fi films while you still can.

sumber:http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3195021/special-feature-dredd-3-d-vs-the-raid-redemption/
LP_guy - 19/10/2012 07:27 PM
#6696

jadi penasaran,
abis liat the raid trus nyambung dredd bisa mirip banget gitu, terus kalo the raid versi remake mau dibikin gimana lagi? hammer:
poker.lover - 19/10/2012 07:56 PM
#6697
serbuuuuuuu gannn.............
apakah anda pemain poker handal...???
silahkan anda kunjungin website untuk bermain poker...
hanya dengan RP. 25.000 saja anda sudah bisa bermain dan proses penarikan dana nya juga mudah dan cepat gan....
ayo.. join sekarang....!!!

Spoiler for "do not open"
"TKP"
Riviera - 20/10/2012 02:37 AM
#6698

Quote:
Original Posted By aryraider
Spoiler for video
[vimeo]51413131[/vimeo]


Wah sayang, nggak ada blooper yang waktu stunt-nya jatuh terus ke bawah. Padahal pengen liat. hammers

Quote:
Original Posted By shii405
Interview Niconico Iko Uwais & Pak Yayan:
http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/1349942893

tu orang jepang kyknya excited banget dengerin teori2 soal silat.

ane jadi belajar teori silat juga nih... baru tahu ane, di silat menyerang harus slalu menggunakan 2 tangan utk mengantisipasi serangan balasan pada saat yg bersamaan...

si jepang bandingin ama karate, katanya gerakan karate terlalu patah2... sdgkan silat lebih mengalir... berarti silat mirip kungfu kali yah?


Silat tu beladiri yang lahir dari pertarungan hidup mati. Saat tarung hidup-mati, semua cara boleh. Makanya gerakan silat banyak yang "kotor".

Penggunaan dua tangan adalah sebagai bentuk kesiapan dan kewaspadaan. Seperti yang Iko bilang, tangan yang terangkat lebih baik/lebih siap daripada tangan yang terjulur ke bawah. Selain itu bisa juga untuk memecah konsentrasi lawan jika digerak-gerakkan.. Yaaah.. prinsipnya miriplah saat penjaga gawang mengadapi penalti. CMIIW. Yb



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Baca komen2 di bloody-disgusting.com.. Eh, masih ada aja yang kayak gini :

[quote=LiamZH]
I would have to say I prefer Dredd. It’s a tough call because I was more pumped about The Raid as I grew up and went to middle & high school in Indonesia. To be honest though, The Raid is the best produced/filmed flick ever to come out from Indo, because majority of their films are either cheesy horror films involving ghosts with shitty actors (majority of who come from wealthy families & get paid a fuck load) or romantic comedies. The Raid has terrible acting, slow reactions to countless punches/kicks and I find it hard to believe that in modern times like today there is a building in Jakarta with a drug kingpin gangster with his henchman living downstairs and despite the government and police notoriously known for corruption to this day – he would probably of been lynched by the innocent poor civilians without cops asking any questions. But yes, it’s just a movie I know. Dredd’s casting was fantastic, Thirlby is pretty as ever, great quirks from Urban and the music score was much more energetic and thrilling and emotional that Mike Shinoda’s score in The Raid.

http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3195021/special-feature-dredd-3-d-vs-the-raid-redemption/
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cd cd cd

Kapan sadarnya???....


Spoiler for what I think

Nggak masalah jika nggak suka The Raid, mo nyembah Dredd juga silahkan... tapi jangan "promosi" negatif tentang Indo gitu dong. Pake protes keakuratan film lagi. Emangnya The Raid film dokumenter?.. Harusnya dia ngaca dulu, Dredd pujaannya itu malah jauh lebih nggak "masuk akal". Sejak kapan di Amerika ada kota namanya Mega City One?, mana ada gedung macam gitu di Amerika?, dll. capedes

Bukannya mengunakan kesempatan saat orang luar mulai melirik Indonesia untuk mempromosikan hal-hal baik, malah nggak malu ngumbar aib sendiri... hadeeehhh




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