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    Gareth Evans Says 'The Raid 3' A Few Years Away Plus 10-Minute Featurette For 'The Raid 2'

    “Enjoy the violence,” Gareth Evans recently told a Los Angeles audience prior to a screening of "The Raid 2," and it seems his fans certainly are. While the relentless "The Raid" put Evans on the map, "The Raid 2" looks to obliterate it, with a supersized, two hour plus serving of madness and mayhem...

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    Win Tickets To Los Angeles Screening Of ‘The Raid 2’ Plus Q&A With Diretor Gareth Evans

    For fans of visceral, precisely orchestrated action director Gareth Evans might be the best filmmaker to come down the pike in ages. His latest, “The Raid 2: Berandal,” a sequel to the ever-popular “The Raid,” continues where the last movie left off and pounds the viewer with 2.5 hour of intense act...

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    Sundance Review: Gareth Evans' ‘The Raid 2’ Improves On The Action In A Follow-Up That’s Both Lesser And Longer

    When “The Raid” started on the festival circuit in 2011 in Toronto, it was a bloody blast of fresh air, with incredible action sequences throughout an energetically and expressively shot film with amazing stunt work and bone-crushing fight scenes captured with fluid camerawork, long takes and a gidd...

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    Sundance Review: 'The Raid 2' Is One Of the Great Action Films Of Recent Memory

    This is a feat that raises the bar for modern action filmmaking, and while claims of its stature as greatest action film of all time might sound premature, they aren't unwarranted.

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    Watch: New Trailer For 'The Raid 2' Arrives Just In Time To Punch & Kick Before Its Sundance World Premiere

    So far, at least for The Playlist, most of the Sundance experience has centered around bracing, emotionally resonant dramas and documentaries, or the occasional comedy, with one film after another offering the cinematic meals we usually like to go for. But sometimes you gotta blow off some steam, an...

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    Director Gareth Evans Says 'The Raid 3' Starts 2 Hours Before 'The Raid 2' Ends

    Before you start commenting about how everything has a sequel these days, it should be noted that for director Gareth Evans, a trilogy for "The Raid" has been the plan for a while now. The filmmaker hasn't been shy in sharing his ambitious plans for his breakout franchise, and with "The Raid 2" gear...

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    'The Raid 2' Gets a US Release Date (RED BAND TRAILER)

    Sony Pictures Classics and Stage 6 Films will release 'The Raid 2' in the US on March 28. The film will have its World Premiere at the upcoming 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Check out the film's intense Red Band trailer.

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    Watch: The Non-stop Kinetic Action Continues in 'The Raid 2: Berandal' Trailer

    When it premiered at Toronto back in 2011, the Indonesian action flick "The Raid: Redemption" instantly gained attention for its skillfully executed and dizzyingly immersive extended sequences of choreographed mayhem.

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    Watch: First Action-Packed Trailer For 'The Raid 2' Will Kick Your Ass

    In 2011, a mostly unknown dude named Gareth Evans arrived at the Toronto International Film Festival with a movie called "The Raid." And by the time the lights came up after the first screening, everyone not only knew his name, but the buzz was deafening. The unrelenting action flick quickly became ...

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    Sorry Fans, 'The Raid' Director Gareth Evans Says He's Not Sure He Could Deliver A PG-13 Superhero Movie

    As equally exciting for comic book fans as speculating about what new turn the next Marvel movie (or three) will take, is imagining what would happen if a beloved cult director took the helm of a franchise. But those kind of filmmakers aren't always interested. "Attack the Block" helmer Joe Cornish ...

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