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The Night Comes for Us
2018 2h 1m R
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Ito, a gangland enforcer, is caught amidst a treacherous and violent insurrection within his Triad crime family upon his return home from a stint abroad.
Screenplay Infinite Films
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Cast of The Night Comes for Us
Asha Kenyeri Bermudez
'White Boy' Bobby
Alma the 5th Lotus
Hannah Al Rashid
Elena the 3rd Lotus
Ronny P. Tjandra
The Night Comes for Us Reviews
An utterly thrilling ride from the first second to the last, The Night Comes For Us is one of the best action movies of recent years.
Common Sense Media
Gratuitous violence and gore in chaotic martial arts movie.
It uses a thin plot touching on the classic Hong Kong action themes of brotherhood and loyalty as an excuse to string together a series of gonzo action set-pieces so ingeniously bloody that one could conceivably classify the film as horror.
The Young Folks
May the Devil Take You feels like a retread of other, better movies, just with more cringe-worthy gore. But if it's a retread, it's a successful one, leaving a nasty taste in the back of the mouth and a gaping pit in the bottom of the stomach.
Here's hoping that someone of Tjahjanto's visceral talent eventually finds a way to stop the bleeding.
The Night Comes for Us is the movie for those who thought The Raid was too tame.
A no-holds-barred bloodbath that hits the ground running and barely lets you catch your breath before throwing you into the next sequence of out-of-control violence.
The Last Thing I See
"The Night Comes for Us" is nothing short of the best action movie of the year, the best action movie in years to be honest. An epic crime saga, a mean-spirited banger, and a story of betrayal and redemption.
NME (New Musical Express)
Tjahajanto upped his game with this, his second banzai action movie, and although the choreography still didn't quite rival the mastery of Gareth Evans or Isaac Florentine, one thing's for certain: he set the visceral brutality bar at an all new high
Asian Movie Pulse
Timo Tjahjanto directs a movie that is dominated by two elements, which actually complement each other: action and violence.
...an assault on the senses...NIGHT essentially never bores us and always gets to the chorus.
Shticks are good. More movies should have them.
The Night Comes for Us is almost arch horror when it isn't hewing to the narrow principles of the martial arts movie. And there is so much blood.
Truly, writer/director Timo Tjahjanto has crafted an action film for the ages, giving the Indonesia-produced Raid franchise a legitimate run for its money.
If we're never going to see a third installment of The Raid, The Night Comes For Us is truly the best possible sequel scenario we can hope for, with Tjahjanto firmly cementing himself as the future of action cinema with his efforts here.
The Film Stage
Akin to The Raid 2 in particular, Tjahjanto blends emotion and scale with close-quarter savagery to craft an experience both exhilarating and exhausting.
A splattery cartoon that should please action fans who like things extreme.
Timo Tjahjanto masters fist-of-fury filmmaking not only by dragging audiences into a mega-fun knockout most pit but experimenting with body-cam angles and honoring continuity.
Film School Rejects
Huh. Turns out you don't need Gareth Evans to make THE RAID 3.
To call the film an orgy of violence would be hugely overstating how much sex actually happens at an orgy.
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