Nomad the Warrior DVD Review - www.impulsegamer.com -

Feature 7.8
Video 8.0
Audio 8.0
Total 7.8
Distributor: Roadshow
Classification: MA15+
Reviewer:
Jeff Bloom

7.8


Nomad the Warrior

This somewhat clichéd action adventure movie is set in 18th century Kazakhstan and revolves around a "prophecy" that a child will be born to unite the three nomadic tribes of the land.

A wise man named Oraz (Jason Scott Lee) is searching for that child, however the Khan of the powerful Jungar clan doesn’t want his power to be usurped by the child of the prophecy, so he has ordered his second Sharish (Mark Dacascos) to find the child and slay him. Fortunately for the child, he is saved by Oraz but his mother is slain and so starts the tale of Nomad the Warrior.

Oraz decides to take the child to his father the Sultan who is overjoyed to discover that the child still lives and he decides to send the boy away to become a warrior and also away from the watchful eye of the Jungar clan.

As the boy becomes a man, his destiny awaits him, however his best friend who was also raised by Oraz seeks the love of the same girl that they love. Causing tensions and relationships to be challenged, this side drama/romance does not interfere with the action of the film.

The film may be clichéd at times but it's a good old fashioned action movie that contains some stunning battle scenes and is one for those who want to enjoy a good popcorn movie. Decent video and audio quality, Nomad the Warrior is definitely for those who enjoyed Gladiator.






 
 



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