Java Heat


Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller


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Mickey Rourke as Malik
Kellan Lutz as Jake Wilde
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by yarrumgiwdul 10 / 10

Oscar Material

The plot is simple, yet interesting and well developed. Kudos to the writers for taken their profession seriously and making a refreshing action flick. The dialog is riveting, full of intensity energy. At no point was I confused about where we where in the story or what was happening. Scenes were well sequenced and smoothly transitioned. The effects rivaled any big budget masterpiece like Kung Fury or Starship Troopers.

Lutz does a terrific job in his portrayal of an emotionally torn marine in search of vengeance. His acting is only rivaled by his tremendous looks. Each of his scenes keeps you exceedingly enthralled with his stage performance only to be surpassed by several tasteful scenes where he shows off his magnificent physique.

Rourke plays an excellent villain. His mysterious accent which is a mix of French, Arabic and drug overdose some times warrants random subtitles throughout the movie. His characters motivation is well rooted in the plot which makes every encounter with him that much more meaningful.

The supporting actor Bayu delivers a stellar performance of a Muslim that doesn't trust American's but after a couple wacky action scenes together quickly becomes his best friend.

The action scenes remain consistently exciting. The lack of real bullet physics, wonderfully outlandish magazine capacities and weapon reloads keeps the action top notch and none stop.

I am anxiously awaiting Java Heat 2 as this is easily one of the best action movies out there today. No doubt Conor Allyn has a long and successful directing career ahead. I highly recommend this masterpiece.

Reviewed by gavin6942 6 / 10

Pretty Good Action Flick

A Muslim detective teams with an American (Kellan Lutz) posing as a graduate student to find the man (Mickey Rourke) behind a series of deadly terrorist bombings in Indonesia.

Although this seems in some ways to be an inferior-grade "Bourne" film, it has plenty to offer: a fresh lead actor, a great villain (Rourke, as a "klepto-terrorist") and all the action you expect from such a film -- explosions, gun fights and car crashes.

My biggest issues were not really with the film itself (which I thought was pretty good), but more technical matters. The DVD/BD seems to have not had the volume synced properly (conversations are too quiet, action too loud) and the subtitles are hard to read -- both because they are small, and also because they leave the screen too quickly. I would have enjoyed the film much more if these problems were corrected.

Reviewed by Ed-Shullivan 2 / 10

My name is James...James Boring... I mean real boring

The photography is great! And that is the only positive thing that I can muster up about Java Heat. Kellan Lutz plays Jake Wilde a military man who visits Indonesia and tries to figure out who is responsible for the suicide bombers blowing up parties as well as his little brother. Jake is joined in his search by a local Indonesian detective named Lieutenant Hashim played by Ario Bayu. They reluctantly agree to join forces although neither trusts the other to capture the evil Russian villain Malik played by Mickey Rourke.

There is non stop action and if you abbreviate non stop action you get NO action which is more to the point. Automatic rifles appear in almost every third scene and both the good guys and the bad guys have to be the worst sharp shooters on the planet. The director has a tendency to raise the volume when the guns are a blazing most likely to remind his audience to pay attention to his film.

The acting is abysmal but I blame it more on the script which calls for endless gun battles that look more like a bunch of kids playing gangsters in their school playground. The background music I assume was also intended to add suspense and maybe it would have if the editor did not insist on using it whenever the automatic rifles were not flailing away.

Kellan Lutz stars in the film and instead of having his stage name as Jake Wilde I would have suggested he use the name James Boring because that is how he portrayed the action hero in Java Heat. I suggest you stay away from this film unless you want to see some good photography based on the scenery where the film was shot.

I give the film a 2 out of 10 rating.

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