The Warrior's Way Synopsis
A master swordsman protecting an infant seeks sanctuary in an American frontier town.
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Movie Reviews

not what it seems

By critic4masses
This is yet another triumph in the world of marketing and those marketing morons who attempt to mislead the masses on what a movie actually is but can we really blame these hap hazard movie marketeers...

The amazing Warrior's Way

By leeloodallas
I loved this movie. I'm surprised by all the bad reviews. The movie is surprisingly funny, visually stunning, and has amazing fight scenes. Sure, the plot is simple, (it isn't inception), but the...

Promising start gets sand-bagged

By RandytheMovieFan
This movie has a thrilling and stylish start in the East, then quickly goes south when it hits the old West. Kate Bosworth is terribly miscast, the middle hour is a bore, and the pursuit by the...

really good !!!

By Jun2915
Nice movie with Korean super star!!!...


By justerin5
It was slow and bad. What was the point?! Thumbs down! Don't waste your money!!...

finally an unexpectadly excellent movie

By linatoday
great visual effects. interesting humor. love story. hopeful but sad ending. jung don gun is a handsome guy. hope to see more of him. this is a movie worth going to see....

The Warrior's Way

By DollieVie
Some kinda awesome. Blew my mind....

Great CGI with Artistic Cinematography and a Glimpsed of Musashi Myamoto.

This movie is the forging of Kill Bill, Unforgiven, and David Carradin (Kung-Fu) together in an artistic cinematography combined with computer graphics. The main character, Yang (played by Jang...

Totally worth it

By AshleyF_13
Saw this movie last Friday, and i've gotta say it was the best 8$ i've spent in quite a while. The action and fight sequences were very well done, and the over all story was one i really enjoyed. The...


By cjthespy
All I could say about this movie was wow....

More Info

Rated R | For Strong bloody violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Cartoonishly violent fusion of martial arts and Westerns.
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