Warrior

Warrior

Director: Gavin O'Connor Cast: Joel Edgerton, Tom Hardy, Jennifer Morrison

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Overview

Two estranged brothers and Mixed Martial Arts fighters confront the forces that tore their family apart as they prepare to do battle in the ring in this drama from director Gavin O'Connor (Pride and Glory). Tommy Conlon (Tom Hardy) is an ex-Marine from Pittsburgh who's never quite shaken his troubled past. Upon learning that the purse in an upcoming MMA tournament is the largest in the league's history, Tommy recruits his father, Paddy (Nick Nolte), a former coach and recovering alcoholic, to whip him into shape in time for the competition. Meanwhile, as Tommy steadily ascends the ranks by defeating one powerful opponent after another, his brother, Brendan, struggles to provide for his family with his job as a public school teacher. A former MMA fighter with a devastating punch, Brendan begins to wonder if he, too, could have a shot at winning the coveted purse. In time, Brendan and Tommy both emerge as dark horse contenders in the competition, setting the two brothers on a brutal collision course. But Tommy and Brendan's biggest battle won't be fought in the ring -- it will be fought in their hearts and minds.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/20/2011
UPC: 0031398147183
Original Release: 2011
Rating: PG-13
Source: Lions Gate
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:20:00
Sales rank: 4,972

Special Features

Closed Caption; Feature audio commentary with filmmakers and actor Joel Edgerton; -Redemption: Bringing Warrior to Life documetary; -Philosophy in Combat: Mixed martial arts strategy ; -Simple believe: A tribute to Charles "Mask" Lewis, Jr. ; -Cheap shots: Gag reel ; -Brother vs. Brother: Anatomy of the fight ; -The Diner: Deleted scenes with Tom Hardy and Nick Nolte (with optional commentary); Selected scene on-camera commentary with filmmakers and Nick Nolte

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Joel Edgerton Brendan Conlon
Tom Hardy Tommy Conlon
Jennifer Morrison Tess Conlon
Frank Grillo Frank Campana
Nick Nolte Paddy Conlon
Denzel Whitaker Stephon
Bryan Callen Himself
Kevin Dunn Principal Zito
Laura Kenley KC
Capri Thomas Emily Conlon
Maximiliano Hernandez Colt Boyd
Sam Sheridan Himself
Fernando Chien Fenroy
Jake McLaughlin Mark Bradford
Vanessa Martinez Pilar Fernandez
Tim "Skyskrape" Katz Himself
Julia Stockstad J.J. Riley's Assistant
Carlos Miranda Tito
Joshua Rosenthal Referee
Kurt Angle Koba
Nick Lehane Nash
Erik Apple Pete "Mad Dog" Grimes
Dan "Punkass" Caldwell Himself
Nate Marquardt Karl Kruller
Lexi Cowan Rosie Conlon
Noah Emmerich Dan Taylor
Roan Carneiro Marcos Santos
Daniel Stevens Francisco Barbosa
Panuvat Anthony Nanakornpanom Sun Chu
Hans Marrero Diego Santana
Yves Edwards Houston Greggs
Amir Perets Yosi
Anthony Johnson Orlando "Midnight" Le
Jimmy Cvetic Tender Trap Promoter
Jace Jeanes Mike "The Mutilator" Moore
Jake Digman Tender Trap Announcer
Richard Fike Tender Trap Referee
Andre Mason Midnight Corner Man
James Houk State Official
Aaron Kleiber Koba Entourage #1
Raymond Rowe Koba Entourage #2
Anthony Tambakis Sparta Official
Lambert R. Strayer Koba Entourage #3
Roman Vasylyshyn Koba Entourage #4
Jonathan Matthew Anik Himself
Rashad Evans Himself
Stephan Bonnar Himself
Michelle Dawn Mooney Herself
Tim Bickel A.V. Simers
Jack Fischer Platoon Sergeant
Jeff Hochendoner Marine MP #1
Armon York Marine MP #2
Adam Christian Stanley Marine #1
James Dreussi Marine #2
Kevin P. Hanley Inspector
Tammy Townsend Zito's Wife
Etta Cox Zito's Secretary
Sandy Notaro Diner Waitress
Francesca Ortenzio Concierge
Jaime Sinue Aguirre Manny
Tracy Campbell Desk Girl
Thomas McCue Taxi Cab Driver

Technical Credits
Gavin O'Connor Director,Original Story,Producer,Screenwriter
Sean Albertson Editor
Matt Cheesê Editor
James Donahue Art Director
Cliff Dorfman Original Story,Screenwriter
Lisa Ellzey Executive Producer
Josh Fagin Co-producer
John Gilroy Editor
Randi Hiller Casting
Mark Isham Score Composer
John J. Kelly Executive Producer
Don Leigh Production Designer
Mark Mangini Sound Editor
Jamie Marshall Asst. Director,Co-producer
David Mimran Executive Producer
Abigail Murray Costumes/Costume Designer
Greg O'Connor Producer
Michael Paseornek Executive Producer
Brian Ross Musical Direction/Supervision
Jordan Schur Executive Producer
Masanobu Takayanagi Cinematographer
Anthony Tambakis Co-producer,Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Warrior
1. Just Passing Through [8:35]
2. Family Time [1:56]
3. I'll Fight Him [6:13]
4. Ask Him Yourself [3:35]
5. Quiet Night [6:11]
6. A Tournament [4:11]
7. Is It True? [8:21]
8. Back in the Cage [6:40]
9. Paddy's Plea [5:38]
10. Keep Moving [6:58]
11. I'm in [5:10]
12. Sparta [2:23]
13. Dark Horse [2:09]
14. Forgiveness [6:15]
15. Real Deal [4:36]
16. You Can Do This [3:28]
17. Teaching a Lesson [8:02]
18. Here to Fight [2:55]
19. Proud of You [7:14]
20. Trouble [4:27]
21. Your Cage [7:41]
22. Brothers [1:53]
23. It's Over [5:31]
24. New Beginnings [6:28]

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Warrior 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Heard about this one a lot. The emotion and the performances were really good. Especially from the leads. Really good. One of my new favorite movies and Tom Hardy performances.
For_Those_Who_Wait More than 1 year ago
In Warrior, at first glance the plot seems very simple, and very reminescent of Rocky. However, as soon as the movie starts, you begin to realize; this movie isn't just a "fighter" movie. It's a movie about the internal fight of a family that got torn apart by a father's alcohol addiction, and two brothers (the younger of which despises both his brother and his father for what they did to the mother) who have to resolve what basically is a lifelong conflict. The actors in this movie were perfect. Tom Hardy (Tommy Conlon) didn't have more than 100 lines in the whole movie, but his presence did more acting than his mouth ever could. He's like a caged animal, just as his character is in Warrior.
copperwitch More than 1 year ago
Amazing acting by Hardy, Edgerton, and Nolte. A movie I will not soon forget.
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MarvinQ More than 1 year ago
Definitely one of the best movies i watched lately!
awin More than 1 year ago
Highly recommend! Great movie and very inspriational
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