Critics Consensus: Guess The Warrior's Way's Tomatometer
Plus, Black Swan and I Love You Phillip Morris are Certified FreshThe Warrior's Way, starring Dong-gun Jang and Kate Bosworth. What do the critics have to say?
We'd love to give you the critical lowdown on The Warrior's Way, but unfortunately it appears that the film wasn't screened prior to release. Dong-gun Jang stars as a swordsman who flees to America after refusing a mission from his warrior clan; when his former compatriots come looking for him, he must protect his new friends from danger. Kids, take a break from playing Way of the Samurai and guess that Tomatometer! (Check out star Geoffrey Rush's Five Favorite Films.)
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Bhutto, a documentary about the slain Pakistani leader, is at 100 percent.
- Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, a twisted Finnish black comedy about an evil Santa and his elves, is at 97 percent.
- Black Swan, starring Natalie Portman in a psychological thriller about a ballet dancer dealing with intrigue on and off the stage, is Certified Fresh at 85 percent.
- Night Catches Us,an indie drama in which a young man returns to his politically upended neighborhood, is at 85 percent.
- I Love You Phillip Morris, starring Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor in the tale of a small-time con man who became an infamous white collar criminal, is Certified Fresh at 79 percent.
- All Good Things, starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst in a thriller based on one of New York's most famous missing persons cases, is at 41 percent.