Driver (10 out of 10 ) Best movie for a long time! I wish I could write anything near as good as the script to WARRIOR. Superb and sublime all the way.
Matt (9 out of 10 ) Really underrated film- and writing! I was amazed at how well written this was. I don't even like UFC, but this is one of my favorites.
Person (10 out of 10 ) Warrior was an amazing movie! Awesome, emotional, dramatic, touching, and action-filled. The acting was 10/10 as well as the storyline. I thought this was an absolutely incredible film.
HC (10 out of 10 ) Amazing movie! Best I've watched in a long time. Brilliantly written and acted last scene is the perfect emotional ending.
AngelFromAshes (10 out of 10 ) I absolutely love the movie! Might even be my favorite! And that's coming from someone that, while appreciates boxing movies (Rocky/Creed/Southpaw/etc), considers them far from their go-to. While the boxing and action shown at Sparta is done incredibly well, I admire it far more for the character arcs, perhaps I find each one relatable on a personal level. The once-alcoholic and abusive father seeking redemption but having a hard time finding any despite how much effort he puts in. Little else in my experience can match the desire one can have to want to right their wrongs with those they love, but just because you need it, doesn't mean you'll receive it, and sometimes you've just got to find a way to live with that; to move on without forgiveness. The man who despite working as hard as he can, not just in terms of working 2 jobs to provide for his family but keeping a positive attitude and going above and beyond to make others happy, can't seem to get a break. The man that shows how real and how possible it is to do everything right and still come up short. Sometimes life brings you to your knees, and it's up to you to find the strength to get back up time and time again. Not everyone can, but he does. Or the man that's been 'burned' and betrayed by everyone. His father; alcoholic and abusive, his big brother; bailed when he needed him most, his mother; died in his arms, his country; bombed and killed his entire unit, his 'brothers'. Every time he's opened the door to the opportunity of reaching out, of showing any emotion, he's been hurt. All he knows now are his walls, his pain, and his rage. We've all been hurt and gotten angry, and put up our own walls. I think he goes to show though, that no matter how tough it gets or how reasonable it sounds to build walls and close yourself off, the only way to heal is to either keep open, or reopen, yourself to showing emotion, your true colors, and to have hope. To reach out again despite your anxiety begging and screaming at you not to. I know. I learned the hard way too. Not as hard as Tommy did, but still. And to think all this within a boxing movie hardly anyone knows the name of. What a shame. What an underrated and sadly unknown movie. Glad I found it. 10/10.