Warrior

Warrior
Warrior

Year

2011

Duration

134 minutes

Genres

Drama, Sport

Language

English

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Synopsis

Brandon (played by Joel Edgerton) is a teacher desperate to earn some extra money to keep his family afloat. Tommy (Tom Hardy) is troubled war hero back from Iraq and looking to restart his life. They are brothers from a family that has long since been torn apart. And both of them end up in the same big mixed-martial arts tournament. Although this has a debt to a lot of classic fighter movies down the years, it gains a lot from having two talented lead actors who really do look like they could survive in the ring, and Nick Nolte is excellent as their alcoholic father. Be aware, the fight scenes can be very upsetting.

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12 Classification

This film contains frequent moderate sporting violence and one use of strong bad language.

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