Some eighty years ago, in the mountains of Taiwan, two races clashed in defense of their faiths. One believed in rainbows, the other believed in the sun. Neither side realized that they both believed in the same sky.
Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes
You can see why Woo, the noted Hong Kong action director, would want to produce it: It fits right in with his "heroic bloodshed" cinematic legacy.G. Allen Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle, 04.26.2012
An ambitious, blood-soaked retelling of an uprising by Taiwanese natives against Japanese occupiers.Bruce Demara, Toronto Star, 04.26.2012
At times, Warriors sacrifices dramatic nuance for scale, but even its most rousing passages are tempered by a sense of loss.Adam Nayman, Globe and Mail, 04.26.2012
As the war drags on, "Warriors of the Rainbow" outstays its welcome. I've never seen more severed heads in a film and cared less.Stephen Holden, New York Times, 04.26.2012