Updated big time. I'm so happy to know that he made it. If someone can do a killcount for either Warrior's Way or Brotherhood of War, I would be in your debt. I suggest the former overall though since war movies tend to be difficult to do without the use of slow motion.
I actually kind of liked the CGI blood in Ninja Assassin, where it was completely over-the-top, and I think The Warrior's Way is going to be a similar type of movie.
I felt like they rushed the entire production of Assassin. You know there's something wrong when the only good fight scene in the film is the finale and the rest is fake as hell.
I didn't care for the CGI in Warrior's Way either but it at least felt genuine for it's universe and I would be lying if I said there wasn't some fun to be had with that flick. All the actors hammed it up, the soundtrack kicked tremendous ass and I only hope that that Dong-Gun gets more work in the states.
However, please note that most of his stunts are a CGI double which is a shame given his physicality and previous work but it's still worth a watch.