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The Warriors Way (Blu-ray)

Released on 28 March 2011

Featuring: Jang Dong Gun, Kate Bosworth & Geoffrey Rush

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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The world's greatest swordsman abandons his warrior clan to start a new life in the American Badlands in The Warrior's Way, a visually dazzling modern martial arts adventure with stunningly choreographed fight sequences and gravity-defying stunts. In an original, gorgeously realised journey into a mythical past, writer and director Sngmoo Lee seamlessly marries the cinematic traditions of East and West. Korean superstar Jang Dong Gun, Kate Bosworth, Danny Huston and Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush star in this epic story of revenge and redemption.

Yang (Jang Dong Gun) must betray his clan to save his final enemy - a young baby girl. He travels from Asia to a dying gold rush town in the American West where he goes into hiding by working as a lowly laundryman. Yang attempts to put his past behind him while befriending the local eccentrics of the once-thriving town, the fiery tempered knife-thrower Lynne (Bosworth) and Ron (Rush), the town drunk with a secret past. When Lynne is threatened by a gang led by a Colonel (Danny Huston), Yang comes out of hiding to protect her and the town with his sword skills and finds himself forced to face the past he was hoping to put behind him.
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 Average rating (8 reviews)

 Cowboys & Ninjas! Whats not to like?

| | See all ambsab2's reviews (10)

Fantastic film & complete bargain at 5.99, PQ & SQ on the Blu Ray are excellent, get this if you enjoyed Kung Fu hustle, The Good the Bad & the Weird.

 Hidden Gem

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I really liked this film. A mix of samurai and western filmed 300 style.
There were a few slow moments, but there were some visually impressive action scenes that far made up for them. Not too violent, sure there is blood, but no major gore/bad language or sex.
All the cast did a great job without hamming it up too much.
highly recommended.

 Hidden gem indeed

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I agree with Hardboiledcop on his review : this movie is a hidden gem.

Aesthetically speaking, the movie is stunning, reminding of recent movies like "300" and, in its essence, it manages quite well to mix stunning sword fights... within a western movie, taking most of its codes.
Some aspects could have been better but if you're looking for a beautiful, well executed brainless action movie, you've got a winner.

 Fantastic - Far East action meets the Wild West !

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Don't be put off by the lame trailer - it does not show what a great gem of film this is. They should sack the marketing dept. This film is well worth watching...if you are a fan of samuari/martial arts film, this should be an 'instant' buy. The mix with the Wild West is a great idea and Kate Bosworth is fab. Action scenes are well done -even with the CGI touches..

 The Warriors Way

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This strange blend of Western, Action and Martial Arts genres is a cinematic oddity, which works reasonably well. The film is visually brilliant with a high quality aesthetic to both the action and effects. With the only problems coming from the one-sidedness of The Warrior's sword fights, still there is plenty of fun to be had, even if cliches are often thrown out. The cast is reasonably decent and do their job well, the standout being a deliriously insane madman villain The Colnol, played with a dedication by Danny Huston. The sets and cinematography are rendered and filmed with an odd sense of insanity and strangeness, with some set-piece battles which work rather well. Still some of the problems plague the film, like some rather heavy ideas being underdelivered in a few misguded scenes. Still this is rather an interesting project, which despite being the biggest (or runner-up) flop of 2010, has few ideas to enjoy.

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ActorsJang Dong Gun, Kate Bosworth, Geoffrey Rush & Danny Huston
DirectorSngmoo Lee
Certificate15 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 16:9 Anamorphic
Duration1 hour and 40 minutes (approx)