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Headshot 2016 123movies

Headshot 2016 123movies

They should have killed him.Sep. 24, 2016117 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Uwais plays a young man who washes ashore, an amnesiac with a serious head injury whose past comes back to haunt him shortly after being nursed back to health by a young doctor. Violence ensues. Sweet, sweet violence.
Plot: A young man washes ashore, his memory gone – but his past comes back to haunt him after he is nursed back to health and his killing ability is needed when he takes on a powerful drug lord.
Smart Tags: #indonesia #hand_to_hand_combat #knife_fight #martial_arts #gangster #extreme_violence


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Ratings:

Headshot 2016 123movies 1 Headshot 2016 123movies 26.3/10 Votes: 13,250
Headshot 2016 123movies 3 Headshot 2016 123movies 2N/A
Headshot 2016 123movies 5 Headshot 2016 123movies 261/100
Headshot 2016 123movies 7 Headshot 2016 123movies 26.4 Votes: 293 Popularity: 18.301

Reviews:

**No matter what, the bad past always hunts you down!**

Like everybody, I was anticipating ‘The Raid 3’, instead I got this one. Iko Uwais is not just a rising star, he is making Indonesian films internationally recognised. But seems as fast he’s rising, as fast he’s sinking. The reason is heavily relied on martial arts. In real life, he himself an artist too. But taking into the account like from Tony Jaa, and Hong Kong, Chinese film industries. That’s a one generation thing. To keep the industry on the float in the long term, it takes good stories and performances, alongside good production.

‘The Raid’ duology was good, but not lucky anymore. Basically, this is the same pattern with different characters and situations compared to those two titles. The stunt fans might enjoy it, but what terribly lacked in this film was the a good story. The majority of the film goers, including film critics believe in that. Hence it did not deliver as expected. By the way, this is a generation of CGI film like ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’. Yet some kids from the 90s still love to see a pure martial art films.

It is an action packed film. A gangster theme. The day when a notorious gangster leader named Lee escapes the prison, a young man was found unconscious on the beach, then he was treated by an aspiring young doctor. Lee finds out about this amnesiac man and sends his finest men to retrieve him. But nothing goes as planned. The confrontation between them slowly restores his lost memory. Defeating all the fighters, he’s set for the final standoff against Lee which will bring an end to the narration.

> ❝You saved me before. I need you to save me one more time.❞

The production was good, though the performances were ordinary. Because all the focus were the action sequences. At least I expected decent dialogues. It was a weird romance platform, a sub-genre. Romance can blossom anywhere, anytime, but weakly developed to believe it the least. Not the best martial art film too. There were some twists in the narration, but none were surprising enough. The film would have achieved a better result if it had done well in the stunt parts. I’m sure there will be some people who would like it or liked it. I usually like martial art films, but not this one, not my cup of tea.

Sometimes the opening does not matter if the rest of the tale recovers well. Very clichéd initiation, but it did not get better. Especially the conclusion was a big let down. The entire film was leaned on Iko’s role. Also the character Lee was too much hyped. In between them, the rest of the cast was discarded. Overall, I don’t think they have missed an opportunity in here, because I felt nothing were designed so well to be a decent film at any level. From familiarity to the predictability, the storytelling never had the upper hand to get better. Some people think it is worth watching at least once, but according to me not. All I would say is it’s your call.

_4.5/10_

Review By: Reno Rating: 5 Date: 2018-02-04
Not a bad movie, but coming straight off of _The Raid_ and _The Night Comes For Us_ did make _Headshot_ a little disappointing. Iko Uwais movies are still a safe bet in my book though.

_Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._

Review By: Gimly Rating: 6 Date: 2019-02-19
Gory, Thrilling, Funny and Full of Twists and Turns
“The door swings both ways my friend.” This is not something a maximum security prison guard likes to hear when facing a dangerous psychopath and skilled fighter who appears, with the help of insiders, to be on the verge of a break out attempt. The prison guard, as may be expected, is not long for this world. The man he faced, Lee, escapes from the prison over piles of injured and dead. By force of will and fist, Lee re-assumes command of a fearsome gang and drug distributing territory, but he is searching for someone that he desperately needs. The man he is looking for was admitted to the hospital with severe head trauma and amnesia. In the hospital, a burning bus, shadowy warehouse and the remains of a shattered police station, we begin to understand the stories of the two opposing characters. A doctor, Ailin, gets caught in the middle.

This gory, raw and darkly humorous film contains some amazing scenes and lines, especially in the first half. The main characters, both good and evil, repeatedly defy the odds as well as expectations. There are a lot of broken bones and buckets of blood are spilled. I like how the fighters make mistakes in judgment, such as impulsively swinging a machete at someone and not realizing there is an iron beam blocking your arm. These mistakes accord with human nature. Too often in films, action films in particular, the characters and scenes seem devoid of such substance, black and white and no gray in between. In another example of this, Lee chides Ailin; “You should have stabbed me here (points to artery), I thought you were a doctor.”

Headshot also includes thrilling music, romances between beautiful people, and unexpected twists and turns. I love the frequent nods to Herman Melville. Even the main character of Headshot is tagged with the nickname of Ishmael, the narrator of Moby Dick. Headshot’s theme echoes a theme of Moby Dick; what it means to be strong. The last half of the film is tamer and blander than the first, yet it is still thrilling. Seen at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.

Review By: Raven-1969 Rating: 8 Date: 2016-10-15
Gory, Thrilling, Funny and Full of Twists and Turns
“The door swings both ways my friend.” This is not something a maximum security prison guard likes to hear when facing a dangerous psychopath and skilled fighter who appears, with the help of insiders, to be on the verge of a break out attempt. The prison guard, as may be expected, is not long for this world. The man he faced, Lee, escapes from the prison over piles of injured and dead. By force of will and fist, Lee re-assumes command of a fearsome gang and drug distributing territory, but he is searching for someone that he desperately needs. The man he is looking for was admitted to the hospital with severe head trauma and amnesia. In the hospital, a burning bus, shadowy warehouse and the remains of a shattered police station, we begin to understand the stories of the two opposing characters. A doctor, Ailin, gets caught in the middle.

This gory, raw and darkly humorous film contains some amazing scenes and lines, especially in the first half. The main characters, both good and evil, repeatedly defy the odds as well as expectations. There are a lot of broken bones and buckets of blood are spilled. I like how the fighters make mistakes in judgment, such as impulsively swinging a machete at someone and not realizing there is an iron beam blocking your arm. These mistakes accord with human nature. Too often in films, action films in particular, the characters and scenes seem devoid of such substance, black and white and no gray in between. In another example of this, Lee chides Ailin; “You should have stabbed me here (points to artery), I thought you were a doctor.”

Headshot also includes thrilling music, romances between beautiful people, and unexpected twists and turns. I love the frequent nods to Herman Melville. Even the main character of Headshot is tagged with the nickname of Ishmael, the narrator of Moby Dick. Headshot’s theme echoes a theme of Moby Dick; what it means to be strong. The last half of the film is tamer and blander than the first, yet it is still thrilling. Seen at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.

Review By: Raven-1969 Rating: 8 Date: 2016-10-15

Other Information:

Original Title Headshot
Release Date 2016-09-24
Release Year 2016

Original Language id
Runtime 1 hr 58 min (118 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated Not Rated
Genre Action, Drama, Thriller
Director Kimo Stamboel, Timo Tjahjanto
Writer Timo Tjahjanto
Actors Iko Uwais, Chelsea Islan, Sunny Pang, Very Tri Yulisman
Country Indonesia
Awards 2 wins & 3 nominations.
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic
Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm

Headshot 2016 123movies
Headshot 2016 123movies
Headshot 2016 123movies
Headshot 2016 123movies
Headshot 2016 123movies
Headshot 2016 123movies
Headshot 2016 123movies
Headshot 2016 123movies
Headshot 2016 123movies
Original title Headshot
TMDb Rating 6.4 293 votes

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