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The Warrior's Way


Rated R for strong bloody violence.

R In Theaters 12/3/2010 , 100min.
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Viewer score based on 317 ratings
Critic score based on 11 reviews

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August 10, 2011
Critics were way too harsh. This is a fun movie,visually exciting with a wiggy story. Clearly out of the ordinary in many ways. This movie clearly deserves better. Creative and fun!!
August 01, 2011
Great action. Very good movie.
July 23, 2011
This movie was excellant in showing the balance of ying and yang. There is the strength of the warrior and there is the calm side. iN MARTIAL ARTS NOT EVENTHING IS HARD! The laudry business was to serve, the baby was to care and protect, the garden scene was what he could take from the earth and make life ******************* the enitre life syle of a person who is in the martial arts . It is
July 01, 2011
Terrible movie, very slow and disappointing. The title is misleading, you're not sure if this suppose to be a marital arts flick, western, comedy, love story, etc. It was all over the place and boring at that! Don't even waste your money renting it, just wait till it comes on TV.
March 08, 2011
Great story,action must see/buy

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Adam Markovitz
Entertainment Weekly
There isn't a shred of subtlety in their clowning - or in any part of the movie, which clumsily shoots for operatic highs and lows. But with so many borrowed bits and pieces, the only feeling it successfully evokes is déjà vu. Full Review
Joe Leydon
A visually inspired multi-genre amalgamation, a borderline-surreal folly that suggests a martial-arts action-adventure co-directed by Sergio Leone and Federico Fellini. Full Review
Keith Uhlich
Time Out New York
Someone surely thought to call this knowingly ridiculous genre mash-up "Cowboys vs. Ninjas," though even that title wouldn't hint at all the you-gotta-be-kidding-me craziness on display. Full Review
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
One ticket buys you cowboys, samurais, gangsters, ninjas, spaghetti Westerns, Hong Kong martial artists, knife throwers and even Fellini-esque circus performers. But like kimchi pasta, some things aren't meant to mix. Full Review
Marc Savlov
Austin Chronicle
Drained of much of its presumed power by a distinct "been there, seen that" vibe. Full Review
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