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I am unclear how Warrior earned the PG-13 rating. In my opinion Warrior should have earned the ‘R’ - Restricted rating. Why? The parade of bad language spewing out like a clogged sewer pipe, the blood, violence, and more. Warrior is an adult only movie. Another reason Warrior is an adult only movie is the complexity of the characters. They are deep with a lot of different motivations.

Warrior revolves around two brothers. Both of them were damaged by their father’s alcoholism, and their mother leaving him. One of the brothers stayed with the dad, and the other one left with the mother. The father has since found Christ, and is in a program staying sober. In fact he reaches the one thousand day milestone staying sober.

Both brothers enter a sixteen man single elimination MMA tournament. The winner takes all. What does the winner take? Five million dollars. One brother is an ex-MMA fighter turned physics teacher. It looked like high school age to me. The other brother is an ex-Marine. Both of the brothers have deeper problems and issues. With their own life situations, decisions they have made, their father, and each other. I don’t want to spoil any of the plot any more than that.

One thing about Warrior is there is no clear cut Rocky character. There are multiple characters with different motivations and problems. It is easy to feel for different characters. It is also easy to disagree with things they say and do. I know on my mothers side of the family there were some people like some of the characters in Warrior. They would say mean, nasty, and rude things to someone else trying to get their life back in order. So I know it happens in the real world.

Warrior contains a lot of bad language and violence. The violence I can understand, the bad language does not fit though.
- Paul


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 20%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 30%

System: DVD
Publisher: Lionsgate
Developer: Mimran Schur Pictures

Rating: ‘PG-13’ - Parents Strongly Cautioned {Sequences of Intense Martial Arts Fighting, Some Language, and Thematic Material}

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