Enter The Warriors Gate


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 41%
IMDb Rating 5.4 10 3118


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Ron Smoorenburg as Black Knight
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1hr 48 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by facesofine 7 / 10

Fun and Humorous

Sorry to see so many negative reviews, but I enjoyed it very much. At first, it seemed to be a knock-off of Forbidden Kingdom, but it isn't. The only similarity is that the hero is being transported back in time. But story and plot are so different. This one is light-hearted, humorous, and, most of all, fun. At least, this one is more believable (within its fantasy premise). If you're looking for a serious take, it's not for you. But if you appreciate movies like Shaolin Soccer, you may enjoy this one.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 7 / 10

You're the Black Knight

Jack Bronson (Uriah Shelton) is very good at video games, not so good when bullied (Dakota Daulby). His character is the Black Knight. His single mom (Sienna Guillory) has serious financial woes. Jack helps out by working for Mr. Chang, who gifts Jack with an ancient chest, or basket. Through a series of circumstances, Jack finds himself in magical ancient China needing to save the princess (Ni Ni) from Arun the Cruel and Terrible (Dave Bautista). He is aided by a fighter (Mark Chao) and a wizard (Francis Chun-Yu Ng).

The film is designed for the tween crowd. It has funny moments while it moves like a video game. Side kick Brutus (Zha Ka) provides humor.

Guide: No F-words, sex, or nudity. Urination scene. Language like "the shitz" my LOL moment

Reviewed by A_Different_Drummer 7 / 10

Best viewed as Forbidden Kingdom -- Lite

The word on the street was that this was a riff on one of my all-time favorite films, Forbidden Kingdom 2008, so I could not resist checking it out.

(Word to the wise, if you have not already seen FK, and you like MMA and/or Wushu and/or Fantasy and/or Adventure, check it out. FK has humble beginnings, features two of the greatest cinematic martial artists of all time - Jackie Chan and Jet Li -- a killer script, great scenery, and solid performances. Some reviewers, including this one, think it is one of the best of its kind ever done.)

Let's start with what Warriors Gate was intended to be, and work from that.

The production team clearly thought they would "improve" on FK by adding more "teen humor." Presumably they also felt this would more than compensate for the film's considerably lighter "feel" and the awkward void formed by not having ANY famous film martial artists at all.

Also, Forbidden Kingdom had a certain edge of malice and unpredictability in the script which, oddly, only increased its impact and its fan base. This film lacks those features as well and, on its best day in its best suit, comes across more as "Forbidden Kingdom Lite," or perhaps even a Disney knockoff of the original.

Which is not to say it is not worth a watch. A lot of effort was put into the humor aspect (as explained above) and this does keep things moving along.

(For example -- if you are film buff, you will remember fondly the famous tag line from Airplane 1980 - "Don't call me Shirley" which became a sort of iconic inside joke for years afterwards. This script contains a number of attempts to mimic that sort of dialog, my favorite being -- "KILL HIM! -- slashing noise -- "NO, NOT HIM. HIM.")

Bottom Line: One hour and 45 minutes of reasonable entertainment. However, it suffers from the "curse" common to all knock-offs. Unless you see the original, you will never know what you are missing.

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