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Here’s a low budget action movie that’s been done before but still manages to be entertaining. It’s got a pretty good cast (Zoey Deutch, Adrien Brody, Djimon Hounsou) and some action scenes that are pretty well done, and there’s actually a great story behind this movie that was the basis for a street fight in Bangkok and a very well-known video. Bonus: It’s got a great cover!

Verdict

Summary

There are a number of well-choreographed battles in the film, but no genuine stunts, and the hero is indistinguishable. What’s there to suggest here? The narrative is simple (even simpler than Ong Bak, which was as basic as it gets), so what’s there to recommend? Indonesia has very beautiful landscapes. The end of a lengthy battle. However, everyone’s style is same, and it isn’t very dynamic or hard-hitting.

Plot:

With his growing debt, a gambler puts his whole family in jeopardy, and when his creditors arrive to take the title to his family’s property as payment, the gambler’s brother fights back.

 

Review:

Thugs have been sent to a modest family in rural Indonesia to collect a debt owed by the family’s youngest son Mat Arip (Fad Anuar), and the thugs have been told not to leave until the loan has been paid in full or the title to the family’s property has been handed over. The father and mother are unwilling to give up the only item of worth to their family, resulting in a stalemate. However, the thugs re-calibrate later, and when Mat Arip finds himself in even deeper debt, the thugs kidnap him and demand payment… or the title to his family’s property. Mat Arip is lucky to have a tough brother who has spent his whole life working on the family farm, a sturdy hero called Ali (Khoharullah Majid) who isn’t interested in extortion. Ali takes his business directly to the thugs and debtors, who believe that by sending a large number of goons against him, they would be able to overpower him, but they are in for a surprise…

 

I recall watching the original Ong Bak in the theater when it first came out, and I had no clue what I was in for when I paid to see it. I remember being enthralled by the action, choreography, and off-the-wall feats, as well as Tony Jaa’s enthusiasm as an innocent hero. Despite being a low-budget production, the film was completely refreshing in virtually every aspect. Years later, anytime I watch another low-budget indigenous martial arts film, I hold it to the same high standard, aiming for the same level of pleasure, surprise, and thrill. That’s how I felt after the Raid. Buy Bust had a smidgeon of that enchantment. Furie did as well, although to a lesser extent. With its flip up and around camera work and sound effects, Silat Warriors has a lot of flare and pizazz, but if post-production methods and camera work have to work too hard to sell martial arts in a movie, something is amiss. There are a number of well-choreographed battles in the film, but no genuine stunts, and the hero is indistinguishable. What’s there to suggest here? The narrative is simple (even simpler than Ong Bak, which was as basic as it gets), so what’s there to recommend? Indonesia has very beautiful landscapes. The end of a lengthy battle. However, everyone’s style is same, and it isn’t very dynamic or hard-hitting. All of the work is done by the camera work, editing, and sound effects. It’s a shame, since I’m usually eager to applaud a domestic martial arts film, but Silat Warriors falls short in virtually every area. Areel Abu Bakar is the director of this film.

 

Silat Warriors was just published on DVD and Blu-ray by Well Go USA, and it includes several trailers.

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