Paul’s review of Enter the Warriors Gate

Enter the Warriors Gate (12) was released on 18th November 2016 starring Uriah Shelton as Jack a bullied teenager who is obsessed with video games. When he is magically transported to China, he needs to convert his video game skills into those of a Kung Fu warrior to protect Princess Sulin (Ni Ni) from a cruel barbarian (Dave Bautista).

This is a French-Chinese co-production with most of the dialogue in English and even though the storyline is certainly not original I found the use of a younger cast along with the combination of humour, fighting and some use magic it to be a good watch. There were definite moments of tension when coming up against the barbarian and the acting was good from most of the cast. I particularly liked the way Jack dealt with his ‘real-life’ when returning from China. I would give this 3.5 out of 5.

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2 thoughts on “Paul’s review of Enter the Warriors Gate

  1. Remmy Meggs

    Okay call me a kid, but I loved this movie. It has everything a teen would want in it. Dead bodies, getting even with bullies, saving princesses, but most of all courage when you have none. I rate this 5 out of 5 and with the OLD people watching it would see how good it really is. PS I can say that since I am the ringleader of all the good guys.

  2. Steven Fritchie

    This is a good movie, but has some elements of The Forbidden Kingdom another movie dealing with a bullied kid being transported to a fantasy version of China. This had some humorous elements which I liked and it should appeal to all audiences.

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