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Forbidden Warrior (2005)

The warrior is really forbidden.

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Seki
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Doran
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Locust
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Ajis-Aka
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Muraji, The Warlord
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Ujis-Aka
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Reza
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Miyamoto
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Yang Sze
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The warrior is really forbidden.

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In The Soul Of A Woman Beats The Heart Of A Hero.


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Rated PG-13 for violence | See all certifications »
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1 November 2005 (USA)  »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The character played by Al Leong called Yang Sze is also the real name of martial arts superstar Bolo Yeung. See more »

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Entertaining and enjoyable
12 January 2009 | by See all my reviews

I am shocked to read how many other people dis-liked this movie, but perhaps that is only because all the people who enjoyed it weren't as driven to comment. This movie was great as a film for humor and action - as well as exactly the story telling you would expect. No this isn't a blockbuster film, and I wouldn't expect that out of a film I never heard of until I went to the rental store. Forbidden Warrior is a story about a strong woman and it includes the elements of fighting, magic, love, etc. If you aren't into fantasy story-telling, particularly styles like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (but remember Forbidden Warrior is written in English, not a 'foreign' film (if you happen to be American)). It is a bit campy or cheesy if you're looking at it seriously, but if you enjoy good-hearted characters, a strong woman story-line, fantasy and magic, and a movie made by people who seem to have had fun making it (having watched the behind-the-scenes). In conclusion, if you pick up the film to sit down and enjoy a bit of entertainment as a film is meant to be, you'll like it. If you are looking to critique and can't handle watching movies that haven't won an Oscar, then don't pick it up. This film is great for a certain category of audience, if you're not sure that's you, please take into consideration the other comments about this movie - as it is understandable if this isn't your 'cup-of-tea', but it is mine.


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