“Warrior” debuts Friday

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With different debts to pay, two brothers reunite with heavy blows.

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With different debts to pay, two brothers reunite with heavy blows. 

“Warrior” shows audiences a raw caption of interfamily dynamics when an absentee father (Nick Nolte) rekindles the coiled relationship he had with his two sons.

The movie revives acting at its best as well as organic plotlines in movies that aren’t as present in today’s films. In a rare twist, the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighting in this Lionsgate film sets both brothers to battle it out to fight for a heavy price. As the movie goes underway, it became more and more teeth rattling as the boxer brothers ravaged their way to victory, only to see that Pandora’s box waited for them in the further end of the ring.

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