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The Warrior's Way

5 out of 10
Average rating 5 out of 10 based on 1 rating

The Warrior's Way
Director: Sngmoo Lee
Main parts: Dong-gun Jang
Kate Bosworth
Geoffrey Rush
Danny Huston
Tony Cox
Lung Ti
Analin Rudd
Markus Hamilton
Rod Lousich
Matt Gillanders
Christina Asher
Jed Brophy
Carl Bland
Ian Harcourt
Tony Wyeth
Production year: 2010
Genre: Action
IMDB link: [LINK]
Assassin | China | Chinese Sword Movie | Martial Art | Murder | Ninjas | Revenge | Samurai | Sword Fight

Plot outlinie:
A warrior-assassin is forced to hide in a small town in the American Badlands after refusing a mission.

Similar movies:
(4.94) Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon | (4.21) The Forbidden Kingdom | (4.21) 47 Ronin | (3.66) Machete | (3.66) Tekken
Movie reviews for The Warrior's Way

2011-09-02  Niels Risgaard Hansen: 5 out of 10
This could have been a good movie - if it only had made a choice. The choice is between being either a Chinese Sword Movie (Wushu) or a silly Western Comedy. For me it is a poor mixture of both.

I my mind, Wushu-movie are something poetic - a work of art. They cannot be compared directly with e.g. an action movie, as the point is often something more than just the impressive action of the martial artists. There is a brilliance behind them, that only shines through if you know how and where to look. (I am not saying, that I am an expert though!)
This movie has a little of this magic art-like feeling about it, then the typical American Western kicks in and ruins it all. The silly circus characters are just silly and dumb slapstick comedy, an especially the character Lynne (played by Kate Bosworth) really made me nuts at several points. My guess for inspiration to this character is Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl from Toy Story 2.

It really let me down, and I therefore have to be severe in my rating of this movie, despite it having some actually good moments also.

If you are a dedicated fan of Chinese Sword Movies, this may be worth the watch, as I understand one of the characters is played by a Chinese cult classic actor.

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