Friday, September 16, 2011

Warrior 2011 review - trailer

Posted by Muarif 10:34 AM, under , | No comments

If the "warrior" was a boxing movie, I'd say these three things: solid drama. Great performance. Classic.

But the film is a mixture of martial arts, and more beast than the sub-type. So my comments are three: the solid drama. Great performance. Ouch. If you have not seen in mixed martial arts or MMA, you will understand the "ouch". There is nothing more painful in the emergence of organized sports today, if you count the presidential election.

"Warrior" by Gavin O'Connor ("Miracle"), directed, and said a lot of his story of rival brothers, sand, sweat and even if not very accurate.

Joel Edgerton plays Brendan, a professor of physics and help veterans of the "cage" for his family, Tom Hardy, Tommy, and younger brother with mental retardation, stubborn, and Nick Nolte in pop music, Paddy, EX - Tommy drunk and moves and goals, as they are, with the son you success. They have none of it. They have each other when a pair of nursing grudges them again to deny the family and the lives of poor Tommy with his dead mother.

Three actors are first-class job of looking at the pain and bitterness. The Edgerton and Australian English, when the tone of the American Sir Hardy, Hardy and animal thuggishness winery explodes on the screen. The film has a top speed of the cycle, and when we get to Atlantic City for the children of high-level tournament in MMA, as it won the other competitors in the minds of thick muscles to $ 5,000,000.

Movie fans know what to expect in boxing, and dramatic, tropical look, ducks, and the pace of their very own tissues. We are less familiar with the MMA, crushing rhythms, faster healing, hard, and arrows and fight fighter unexpected strike, kick, grab, grind, seal and flip throw, crush, suppress, and a place of progress with each other. Fans talk about security (eg, games to end the "media"), but stupid, visceral - a type of violence is no doubt that the film is raw meat, but it seems that concerned parents, and ill-equipped PG - 13.

Trailer :
Director: Gavin O'Connor
Writers: Gavin O'Connor (screenplay), Anthony Tambakis (screenplay), and 3 more credits
Stars: Tom Hardy, Nick Nolte and Joel Edgerton
Movie Release : 9 September 2011 (USA)


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