Little slow at times, some great martial arts action. East meets West fantasy. Enjoyable.
almost 6 years
May induce eye-rolling, but the battle sequences are still worth watching.
over 6 years
This movie has around 20 minutes worth watching.
Predictable plot, but the setting and actors still pull you in right away.
The Warrior's Way is a 2010 fantasy action film starring South Korean actor Jang Dong-gun, Kate Bosworth, Geoffrey Rush, Danny Huston, and Tony Cox. The film was written and directed by Sngmoo Lee, and it was produced by Barrie Osborne, who also produced Lord of the Rings.
The film was released on December 3, 2010.
In the 19th century, a warrior named Yang (Jang Dong Gun) is ordered to kill the last member of an enemy clan—a baby. He refuses the mission and flees with the child to a dilapidated town in the American West. Despite his attempts, his enemies close in on him and he must fight to protect the child and his newfound comrades: Ron (Geoffrey Rush), the town drunk, and Lynne (Kate Bosworth), both of whom have a tragic past.
In 19th century Asia, Yang is a warrior and member of the Sad Flutes clan, the cruelest assassins in the world. His personal goal to become the greatest swordsman in the entire world is accomplished when he kills the former greatest swordsman and leader of...