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  • Opened December 3, 2010 | Runtime:1 hr. 40 min.
  • R
    Strong bloody violence
  • The Warrior's Way, a visually-stunning modern martial arts western starring Korean actor Dong-gun Jang who plays an Asian warrior assassin forced to hide in a small town in the American Badlands. Rounding out the ensemble cast are Kate Bosworth (Superman Returns), Oscar®-winner Geoffrey Rush (Shine), Danny Huston (The Kingdom), and Tony Cox (The Hustle).The fantasy action film was written and directed by newcomer Sngmoo Lee, and is being produced by Barrie M. Osborne (Lord of the Rings), Jooick Lee (Seven Swords) and Michael Peyser (Hackers).
  • Cast: Jang Dong-gun, Kate Bosworth, Danny Huston, Geoffrey Rush, Tony Cox
  • Director: Sngmoo Lee
  • Genres: Martial ArtsHybrid WesternAction
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    review by . December 05, 2010
    posted in Movie Hype
    3 ½ Stars: A Homage to Japanese Jidai Geki films, Spaghetti Westerns and Asian Wuxia!
    Korean and Chinese Wuxia films. Japanese Jidai Geki films. Spaghetti Westerns. Kimchi Westerns. Sukiyaki Westerns. Do you like those oddball genres? How do you feel about the genre-busting popcorn films that pay tribute to those movies such as Kim Ji-Woon’s “The Good The Bad The Weird” and Takashi Miike’s “Sukiyaki Western Django”? If you do like those type of hybrids, then you may be right at home with director Sngmoo Lee’s “The Warrior’s Way”. …
    review by . September 25, 2011
    posted in Movie Hype
    *1/2 out of ****     "The Warrior's Way" is a silly, cheap, dumb CGI laden actioner that tries to mix the genres of Western and Samurai variety; as a few before it have. As much as I love drunk cowboys and keen badass Asians fighting alongside each-other from time-to-time, you still need to work around the clichés and create a unique, fun ride if you want to impress this movie-goer; or anyone else who's genuinely intelligent, for the matter. This film was made without wit, and …
    review by . December 04, 2010
    posted in Movie Hype
    “The Warrior’s Way” combines the brutal violence of a martial arts saga, the nostalgic lure of an old west drama, and the visual appeal of a living comic book. And yet, in trying to be all those things, it ends up being none of them; what was supposed to be an edgy East-meets-West fusion is in fact an unexplainable, unpleasant mishmash of genres that really don’t belong together. It’s an oddity, an otherworldly import that never aims to be funny but somehow can get …
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