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J Revolusi

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J Revolusi
Cinema poster
Country MAL.jpg Malaysia
Directed by Zulkarnain Azhar
Release Date March 2, 2017
Language Malay
Studio Grand Brilliance
Infinitus Productions
Distributor Primeworks Distribution (Malaysia)
DLUX Entertainment (Singapore)
Main Cast
Character Actor
Officer Jay "Judo" Zulkarnain Zul Ariffin
Special Agent Diane "Dee" Zulkarnain Nur Fazura
Officer Afida "Eddie" Izara Aishah Hisham
Officer Jiman Iedil Putra
Andra Farid Kamil

J Revolusi or J Revolutions is a 2017 Malaysian action film. Directed by Zulkarnain Azhar, the film stars Zul Ariffin as Jay "Judo" Zulkarnain, an assault leader for Malaysian cop's elite and deadly special ops unit known as the UTK (Unit Tindakhas). They are assigned to saved Kuala Lumpur from the P.F.O mercenaries, who are responsible for the terrorist acts in the city. However, a mercenary has framed Jay for the murder of one of his squad members, and has also captured his eldest sister Diane, who is a Special Branch agent. To save her sister, Jay must race against time to unravel the secret and reason as to why this mercenary is trying to destroy him. The 2017 spy-action flick is a collaboration film between Grand Brilliance and Infinitus Productions, a company owned by Hong Kong megastar, Andy Lau.

The following weapons were used in the film J Revolusi:


Beretta 92FS

Officer Jay "Judo" Zulkarnain (Zul Ariffin) is seen using the Beretta 92FS during the final shootout. The P.F.O mercenaries are also seen with this during the battle against UTK.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm.
Jay fires his Beretta 92FS during the gunfight with Andra.
The Beretta 92FS is seen on the table.
Close up of Jay's Beretta 92FS.
Jay and Andra point their Beretta 92FS before using hand-to-hand combat.
P.F.O mercenary fires his Beretta 92FS at the UTK operatives.

EKOL Dicle

The EKOL Dicle is used by Andra (Farid Kamil) during the gunfight with Jay.

EKOL Dicle - 9mm P.A. blanks
Andra (Farid Kamil) fires his Dicle during the shootout with Jay.
A close up of the Andra's Dicle when he shoots at Jay.

Glock 17

The primary sidearm of the Royal Malaysia Police's Unit Tindakhas (UTK) officers in the film is the Glock 17 pistol. One of the P.F.O mercenaries carries one during the final shootout.

Glock 17 3rd Generation - 9x19mm.
Officer Jiman (Iedil Putra) carries a Glock 17 to recapture Jay in the National Zoo.
Officer Jiman holds his Glock 17 after Jay manages to escape.
The Glock 17 in the hand of the dead P.F.O.

Glock 19

What appears to be a Glock 19 is carried by Malaysian police officer and P.F.O mercenaries. Jay and "Eddie" (Izara Aishah) are seen using it several times. Vigilante Agent Diane (Nur Fazura) uses it before she sacrifices herself.

Glock 19 (3rd Generation) - 9x19mm
Officer Jay picks up the Glock 19 from the dead cop and fires at the P.F.O mobile squads.
Jay again fires the Glock 19 before he is attacked by a police patrolman.
Officer "Eddie" points her Glock 19 at Jay for prevent him to escape.
Officer Jay holds the Glock 19 after he snatches it from Officer "Eddie".
Vigilante Agent Diane holds a Glock 19 in the final shootout.
Vigilante Agent Diane removes her Glock 19 magazine before she lets UTK officers kill her.

Kimber Custom TLE II

The standard Kimber Custom TLE II is used by of P.F.O mercenaries while their hideout is under attack. Agent Diane is also seen using a standard TLE II. In this film, the TLE II actually is an airsoft replicas.

Kimber Custom TLE II - .45 ACP
Special Agent Diane aims her Kimber Custom TLE II at a Russian P.F.O leader to rescue her fellow agent. This is a continuity error, as she was previously armed with P226R which she had taken from one P.F.O mercenary.
The P.F.O mercenary fires a TLE II at two scientists when they try to escape. Note the muzzle flash from this gun is CGI-enhanced.
The same mercenary holds a TLE II after being shot by UTK forces.

SIG-Sauer P226

The SIG-Sauer P226R is the preferred sidearm of Andra (Farid Kamil), the leader of P.F.O mercenaries. It is also carried by Special Agent Diane "Dee" Zulkarnain (Nur Fazura) in the film's opening sequence and in Andra's mansion when she turned to the P.F.O and betrayed her little brother, Jay. "Eddie" is seen using one to confront Jay.

SIG-Sauer P226R - 9x19mm, updated P226 with accessory rails, now the standard production version for the P226 (IMFDB still refers to this model as the "P226R" to distinguish between newer and older models).
Andra holds his P226R as he holds Diane as his hostage.
Special Agent Diane aims her P226R at Russian P.F.O while UTK breach the mercenaries' hideout in the prologue.
Vigilante Diane points her P226R at Jay.
Close up of Diane's P226R as she points it at Jay.
Close up of the P226R on the desk before "Eddie" picks it up.
Officer "Eddie" points her P226R at Jay.

SIG-Sauer Pro SP2022

The SIG-Sauer Pro SP2022, which is the standard sidearm of the Malaysian police unit, is carried by one of UTK officer during the final battle.

SIG Pro SP 2022 - 9x19mm
UTK officer draws his SIG-Sauer Pro SP2022, ready to confront the P.F.O mercenaries.
UTK officers hold their SIG-Sauer Pro SP2022 and cover with tactical shields when the P.F.O open fire at them.

Walther P99AS (Anti Stress)

The Walther P99AS is the standard sidearm of Malaysian police and is used during the P.F.O ambush of the patrolmen.

Walther P99AS (Anti Stress) - 9x19mm
Malaysian police patrolman carries his P99 to recapture Jay after the ambush.
The P99 in the hand of the dead cop.

Zoraki 925

The Zoraki 925 is used by one of P.F.O mercenary during shootout with UTK operatives.

Zoraki 925 - 9x19mm
American P.F.O mercenary fires his Zoraki 925 at the UTK operatives during the shootout.

Submachine Guns


The EKOL ASI Uzi submachine gun is used by the P.F.O motorcycle squad during shootout.

EKOL ASI Uzi - 9mm P.A.K. blanks
The P.F.O motorcycle squad fires the EKOL ASI Uzi at Jay and the KL police patrolmen before fleeing.
A closer shot of P.F.O's Uzi.
The P.F.O motorcycle squad fires his Uzi at the police car to kill both Jay and the officers.
Close up of P.F.O's Uzi with casing ejected.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2

The Heckler & Koch MP5A2 is the standard-issue submachine guns for Malaysian police. It can be seen in the TV3 channel news during the police roadblocks.

Heckler & Koch MP5A2 with "tropical" wide handguard - 9x19mm
Some of the Malaysian police officers guarding the police roadblock can also be seen with MP5A2 in TV3 channel news.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

The second standard-issue submachine guns for the Malaysian police are Heckler & Koch MP5A3 submachine guns, which are always seen with "tropical" wide handguard and SEF-style lower receiver. These weapons are typically used in policemen's domestic routine patrols.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 - 9x19mm
The Malaysian police patrolman returns fire with the MP5A3 at the escaping P.F.O motorcycle squads.
The Malaysian police patrolman stops firing his MP5A3 when he sees Jay shoot the P.F.Os before he continued firing at him.
Officer engages Jay with his MP5A3.

Heckler & Koch UMP45

The Heckler & Koch UMP45 fitted with Aimpoint CompM4 and suppresor is seen in the hand of one of the P.F.O mercenaries during the prologue.

Heckler & Koch UMP45 - .45 ACP
The P.F.O mercenary on guards with a UMP45 fitted with Aimpoint CompM4 and suppresor while spotted by a UTK night vision sniper scope.
The P.F.O mercenary with his UMP45 before being gunned down by UTK sniper.

Rifles / Carbines

Ferfrans SCW

The Ferfrans SCW is one of the primary weapons carried by UTK in the film. The SCWs are fitted with M4-style stock, 30-rounds STANAG magazines, Aimpoint Micro-T sight with magnifier, RIS handguard, and foregrip.

Ferfrans SCW with 20-rounds Magpul PMAG - 5.56x45mm NATO
Ferfrans SOAR[P] SCW (Malaysian UTK Version) - 5.56x45mm NATO
UTK operative taking aim with his SCWs during investigations the bomb threats.
Close up of the SCW during the film introduction.
Officer Jay "Judo" Zulkarnain (Zul Ariffin) carries a SCW, and can be seen using it.
UTK tactical teams with SCWs advance towards the P.F.Os.

Heckler & Koch HK416

The P.F.O mercenary is seen using a Heckler & Koch HK416 during the final shootout.

Heckler & Koch HK416 with 10.4 inch barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO. The weapon here is one of the earliest production models, featuring the standard M4 6-position "LE"-style stock.
The P.F.O mercenary firing his 10.4 inch HK416 at the UTK operatives before he is killed.
The mercenary with his Desert-colored HK416 fitted with Trijicon ACOG, suppressor and vertical grip gets shot by UTK, hitting the ACOG.
Heckler & Koch HK416 with 14.5 inch barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO. This is the current production version of the HK416 D14.5RS; note different stock, sight configuration, and pistol grip compared to the older models above.
The mercenary carries 14.5 inch HK416 fitted with Magpul PMAG and vertical grip after being shot by UTK sniper.

Remington ACR

One of P.F.O mercenaries is seen using Remington ACR during the final shootout. It is fitted with a Sightmark Sure Shot reflex sight.

Remington ACR with 14.5" barrel, 5-sided handguard, and fixed stock - 5.56x45mm NATO
The P.F.O mercenary holds his Remington ACR fitted with a Sightmark Sure Shot reflex sight to fight against UTK operatives in the final shootout.
The P.F.O mercenary firing his Remington ACR at the UTK operatives before he gets killed.

Sniper Rifles

Accuracy International AX338

An Accuracy International AX338 counter-sniper rifle is seen used by the UTK sniper operative during the first assault on the dredger and investigate the bomb threats in the parking lot. These weapons is fitted with suppressor. This rifle is the new standard issue counter-sniper rifle for UTK sniper team.

Accuracy International AX338 with Harris bipod - .338 Lapua Magnum
UTK operatives taking aim suppressed AX338 to covering his fellow squad members to investigate the bomb threat.
The UTK sniper aiming his AX338 sniper rifle.
The sniper chambers the first round.


In a behind the scenes DVD featurette, UTK sniper aims his AX338 sniper rifle as used in the film.

Bushmaster Precision Rifle

The 7.62mm Bushmaster Precision Rifle is a standard sniper rifle for Royal Malaysia Police use. An UTK sniper in final battle can be seen using one.

Bushmaster Precision Rifle for RMP - 7.62x51mm NATO.
UTK sniper shoots down the P.F.O mercenaries with his Bushmaster sniper rifle during the final shootout.
UTK sniper fires his Bushmaster sniper rifle with casing ejected out to the left side.
A closer shot of UTK's Bushmaster sniper rifle.


M67 hand grenade

The M67 Hand Grenade is used by one of the P.F.O mercenaries in the film. However, the M67 is not usable in this scene.

M67 Grenade.
A P.F.O mercenary carries the M67 hand grenade along with the M26 on his vest before he gets shot.
Close up of the dead P.F.O's M67 hand grenade on his vest before Russian P.F.O picks up an M26 hand grenade.

M26 grenade

The M26 hand grenade is used by P.F.O mercenaries together with M67 grenade. When the UTK captures the P.F.O's hideout, the Russian leader picks up the M26 from his dead man to prevented the UTK from capture him.

M26 grenade
Russian P.F.O picks up an M26 hand grenade on the dead P.F.O's vest.
Russian P.F.O ready to pull the pin of M26 hand grenade to avoid UTK capturing him.
The M26 hand grenade dropped near the pairs of fuel drums before exploding.

M18 Smoke Grenade

The M18 smoke grenade are seen thrown out by the Andra's right-hand man during the escape.

M18 smoke grenade
An M18 hurled out to cover Andra's man's escape via smoke cover.

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