The Warrior’s Way is a starting point for director Sngmoo Lee, which does contain some firm pieces, along with others that are not-so-solid.
Screen Rant’s Vic Holtreman reviews The Warrior’s Way I didn’t have much in the way of expectations heading in to see The Warrior’s Way . I figured hey, cowboys vs. ninjas, wire-fu what’s not to like as long as that’s all you’re expecting.
The Warriors Way is full of fantasy fight scenes and a straightforward story line. I have watched it more than one and always enjoyed the action and the visuals. 2 people found this helpful
The Warrior’s Way (written and directed by Sngmoo Lee) is a mixture of a Chinese fantasy, Seven Samurai, a western, an action film and a cartoon.
The Warrior’s Way was released in 2010.It is directed by first time director Sngmoo Lee.It stars Dong Gun Jang(The Promise,Dangerous Liaisons),Kate Bosworth(Superman Returns,Wonderland),Geoffrey Rush(Pirates of the Caribbean,Shakespeare in Love),Danny Huston(X Men Origins:Wolverine,Children of Men),Tony Cox(Bad Santa,Oz the Great and Powerful),and Shaw Brothers Legend Ti Lung(Avenging …
«The Warrior’s Way» does away with the notion that the east is split into nations and factions as a means for perpetuating race in a brazenly callous fashion that borders on racist. … Expand 0 …
‘The Warrior’s Way’ is one hot mess of a movie. It has the best cinematography of the year, hands down. It has ninjas, clowns and cowboys doing battle.
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Jun 30, 2011 · The Warrior’s Way might seem like a cheap knockoff/mash-up of other genre pictures, from westerns to martial arts epics. But this unusual, sometimes goofy little film actually owes more to the
Author: R.L. Shaffer
The American-educated Korean filmmaker Sngmoo Lee makes his directorial debut with THE WARRIOR’S WAY, and it’s a great deal of fun. It pairs up Korean and American stars, as well as the martial arts and Western genres (though it’s definitely better versed in the former than in the latter).
The Warrior’s Way was also shot almost entirely on green screen, which means the film takes on a very manufactured feel.
The Warrior’s Way is a pop-colored crackerjack of an action-adventure movie, mixing a classic samurai tale with the dusty Old West and baking to preposterous, yet rousing, results.