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The Warrior's Way [Blu-ray]

4.3 out of 5 stars 144 customer reviews

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Academy Award® Winner Geoffrey Rush, Kate Bosworth, Danny Huston and International sensation Jang Dong Gun star in this boldly original film that blends intense martial arts action with a dazzling visual style. After a lifetime of training in swordsmanship and hand-to-hand combat, the world’s most dangerous fighter (Jang) flees his homeland to start a new life in the American West. But soon the hunter becomes the hunted, and now the legendary warrior must wage a fierce, all-out battle against a renegade gang of outlaws and a pack of murderous assassins from his own past.

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  • Actors: Dong-Gun Jang, Kate Bosworth
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS 5.1), French (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.40:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: June 28, 2011
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004XFZ47C
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,304 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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"The Warrior's Way" is a fun, light hearted action flick with a very stylized sense of art. Some people complain about "bad special effects" but given its relatively low budget and the fact that it was going for a very stylized and anime-esque approach to the world I would say the effects are spot on.

The plot is a bit silly and some of the acting does get a bit wooden but overall the cast puts on a good show. Despite being a bit silly at times the plot stays just serious enough to keep the viewer's attenion in between the over the top action sequences.

The climax of the movie in particlar has to be one of the more entertaining action scenes I've seen in a long time.

If you are looking for a deep romantic film or a gripping drama you may want to skip "The Warrior's Way" But if you're looking for a fun light hearted action flick with over the top action and a very "graphic novel" style of art and special effects I would definately recommend checking out "The Warrior's Way".
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A man is raised to be the strongest warrior in the history of world- ever. He is a member of the Sad Flutes clan, which gets its name from the sound of a throat being cut. He has killed all the members of a rival clan, except one, an infant girl. He cares for her and in doing so becomes the enemy of his clan, who try to kill him (and her.) Our warrior flees to American and ends up in a surreal looking town, located in the desert, occupied by circus people. They adopt him as one of their own. He is befriended by a black midget who reminded me a little of Captain Spaulding. A redheaded girl helps our warrior and becomes his student.

After the movie establishes some characters and ties up some plot points, the town is attacked by a band of outlaws. Our warrior who has given up his life of killing, once again must kill. Oh yea, about this time his clan shows up as we end up in a three way fight.

We have seen these movies a dozen times before. This one boasts some colorful characters that could have been better developed. The CG background with the magnificent colors was great. The acting and script was about what we expect for ninja westerns. No sex or nudity. There is killing and blood, a few dismembered body parts, not much in the way of gore. A good flick for those who enjoyed Kill Bill.
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This movie is awesome. I love the style. The feel. The artistry. I loved the action, but wished that there was a lot more, especially at the beginning of the movie... some of the fighting was too short... but, not that I didn't like them. The acting was decent, but not bad. It was good. The movie has a very different feel to it than what I think some people were expecting. It seems kind of cheesy at first, but when you understand it more (or at least from my experience) you come to realize that its not cheesy after-all. The story was really interesting. The whole Ninja plot is not the most interesting plot-line in the story - the ninjas are after him to kill him for his betrayal.

Anyways... It was a great movie... lots of fun. But I will say that it is simply a sit down and enjoy movie with some popcorn and a snack.

I only have a few complaints though, two in fact.First, the effects in general were really good, but... what I had a problem with was some of the proportions... for instance. When the drunken man was up in the farris wheel sniping the bad guys... when you get an angle from the top looking down... it gives you the perspective that the farris wheel is really high (because many of the large tents and objects on the ground seem really small and far away from the top of the farris wheel) - this bugs me because in other scenes, you are given the perspective that the farris wheel is no more than a 200 feet tall. This really bugged me!!!

The second thing was, if you go back and watch the trailer for the movie, you will notice that there are a few short clips where the hero is in this room with dark wooden floors, it looks like he's slicing his sword through the flooring or something, and another clip in the same setting two ninjas pop out of the ground.
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Writer /Director Sngmoo Lee has created a brilliant homage to the films of Sergio Leone, Run Run Shaw, and Director Buichi Sato's 'LONE WOLF AND CUB/BABY CART' series with this excellent rouser 'THE WARRIOR'S WAY' , never copying the story lines but creating a scenic nostalgia for them. Narrated mystically by British actor Geoffrey Rush, it tells the story of the greatest warrior in the world who massacres a rival warrior clan but spares a female baby, the lone survivor,which sparks the ire of his father causing the warrior to set sail for the old west to start a new life. Coming upon a deserted, wasted village, he decides to take refuge and becomes entwined in the populace there. The film then resembles Director Burt Kennedy's western 'WELCOME TO HARD TIMES'-1970 as the outlaws responsible for the decimation of the town return yearly to wreck havoc once again. Since the warrior lives there, samurai warriors including his father are on a big time revenge spree and the outlaws are caught by surprise. Besides Rush, feisty Kate Bosworth and great villainy by the brilliant Danny Huston impress with their in-your-face emoting and the warrior is played by Martial Arts pop star Jang Dong Gun performing some sensational moves and sword work. The film was shot in New Zealand by Woo Yong Kim but it seems that the special visual digital effects were created by an international ensemble from New Zealand, California, Korea, and India giving the circus populace in the village a Fellini-esque visual feel. Maestro Ennio Morricone is also given a homage by composer Javier Navarrete in a sweeping score with operatic undercurrents. The film is released by 20th Century Fox's Rogue Movie series in a nice 2.35 digital 5.1 transfer and has deleted scenes and a behind the scenes montage as sole extras. So if your looking for a unique blend of genre filmmaking, look no further and click the add to cart button for a film which emerges as a cult classic ready to explode.
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