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THE WARRIOR'S WAY

 
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At Theaters: 12/3/2010 On Video: 6/28/2011
Rated: R Length: 1 hr. 40 min.
Internet: Web Site Movie ID: 569913
Studio: Rogue Pictures
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Jang raises a baby girl of his clan's enemies. To keep the baby girl he flees and takes refuge in the American West.

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Action Fantasy Western - This action film is a cross between a martial arts film and a western with a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor thrown in. The young adult male action crowd is the target audience. The film is much too violent for children.

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Cast and Crew Heading
Jang Dong-Gun THE PROMISE
Kate Bosworth 21, SUPERMAN RETURNS, BEYOND THE SEA
Geoffrey Rush THE KING'S SPEECH
Danny Huston EDGE OF DARKNESS, X-MEN ORIGINS WOLVERINE
Tony Cox WHO'S YOUR CADDY, DATE MOVIE, BAD SANTA
Ti Lung THE LEGEND OF DRUNKEN MASTER
Wri/Dir: Sngmoo Lee American Feature Film Debut
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About The Production
Casting The Warrior's Way
A Samurai Swordsman In The American West
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PROFANITY: 3 S-words, 4 GD's, very few others.
SEX/NUDITY: Fleeting non-sexual nudity.
VIOLENCE: Bloody shootings, slicings, stabbings.
DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Frequent alcohol.
ACTION: Swordfights, gunfights, chases.
COMEDY: Wisecracks, banter, baby humor.
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Based on an Exit Polling of 46 Moviegoers

Ages Age Group
How
Many
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
*
Would
Recommend
Movie To Friends
13-19Teens (M)
12
High
75%
13-19Teens (F)
3
About 50/50
67%
20-29Yg Adults (M)
9
Very High
89%
20-29Yg Adults (F)
1
Very High
100%
30+Adults (M)
8
Fairly Low
63%
30+Adults (F)
13
Fairly High
92%
*Possible Ratings: Very High, High, Fairly High, About 50/50, Fairly Low, Low, Very Low.

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OPINION OVERVIEW
The following is the original "What's Worth Watching" write-up for this movie.

Moviegoer Opinions:

Based on a theater exit polling of 46 moviegoers:
TEENS:About half the males loved "The Warrior's Way," but most of the remaining half were somewhat to very disappointed. That's not good for a movie obviously targeted at young males. Fortunately, most twentysomething males loved this movie so that improves your probability of enjoying "The Warrior's Way." Two of the three females enjoyed it and one didn't.
TWENTYSOMETHINGS:The males almost all loved it. The one female also loved it.
ADULTS:About a third of the males enjoyed it but none loved this movie. That's not good. Another third rated it average and the last third didn't care for it. These are poor reviews. Females actually enjoyed "The Warrior's Way" more than the males, but not by a lot. Half enjoyed it very much with most of them loving it. Half of the remaining half rated it average and the rest rated it below average.

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D ETAILED S TORYLINE
After a lifetime of training in martial arts and swordsmanship, Yang (Jang Dong Gun) has eliminated all but one of his clan's enemies—an infant whose smile instantly melts his heart. Unwilling to kill her and unable protect her from his own deadly tribe, Yang takes the baby girl and flees, planning to seek refuge with an old friend living in Lode, a frontier town in the American West.

He arrives to find that his friend has died and the once-thriving Gold Rush town is in shambles, inhabited only by a few dozen eccentrics including Lynne (Kate Bosworth), a beautiful, spirited knife thrower-in-training, and Ron, a worn-out drunk (Geoffrey Rush). In order to make a safe home for the child far from the reach of his murderous clansman, Yang decides to stay on as the town's new laundryman, sealing his sword for good.

Yang unexpectedly finds a kindred spirit in Lynne. Orphaned by a horrifying act of brutality, Lynne has spent ten years plotting revenge against her attacker, the Colonel (Danny Huston). While teaching Yang to run the laundry and look after the baby, she discovers his talent for swordplay and begs him to tutor her in martial arts.

In the midst of Lode's annual Christmas celebration, the Colonel and his renegade gang return and threaten to destroy the town. Knowing that Lynne will do everything in her power to exact revenge on the Colonel, Yang reluctantly unsheathes his sword, fully aware that the ring of its blade will immediately reveal his location to his own murderous pack. He leads a fierce and ingenious force of townspeople armed only with improvised weapons and a unique set of skills in an all-out battle. But, as he feared, the sound of his sword brings the ruthless attackers into the fray, leading Yang, Lynne, April and the town folk to their ultimate destinies.

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