YMMV / Warriors of Virtue
Big-Lipped Alligator Moment:
The singing chimpanzee lady gets about three seconds to show her stuff before an abrupt cut back to Komodo's lair.
The football game scene. The only things this leads up to are Ryan's history on the football team and Jerk Jock Brad inviting him to the location that sends him to Tao.
Crazy Awesome: Komodo is a complete and utter loon, which is the reason why he's the Ensemble Darkhorse.
Crowning Moment of Funny: Every single thing Komodo does!
Ensemble Darkhorse: Komodo's the best thing in the whole film.
Elysia is a bit of this too pretty much solely for her Memetic Mutation line.
The Warriors of Virtue themselves since, despite the title, they aren't the main characters.
Evil Is Sexy: Elysia gets a lot more attractive after her Face–Heel Turn
Believe it or not, there are fans that think Komodo is sexy, mostly because he is so over the top - nutso.
Dogon in the sequel, as played by Kevin Smith, aka Ares from .
Xena: Warrior Princess Fashion-Victim Villain "Does purple suit me?" No. It does not.
Fridge Logic: Why, exactly, did Elysia turn on the Warriors? Getting angry at Yun for killing her brother is one thing, but Komodo is going to
kill everything. Does that REALLY justify her turning her back on her people? At least in the novelization, Komodo had Elysia addicted to a substance called Zubrium. She wasn't in her right mind she betrayed him and started acting crazy.
In all the (apparent) years they've been fighting Komodo's forces, it never occurs to the Warriors to combine the power of their medallions? If just to see what happens?
Ryan's jeans are pretty baggy. Why does he wear them under his leg brace - they'd easily fit over...
Ham and Cheese/ Chewing the Scenery: Angus Macfadyen as Komodo. Take pretty much any scene he's in and enjoy watching him go nuts.
Memetic Mutation: "IT WAS A LIFE!" Shouted out by whoever is standing nearby whenever Ryan is incredulous that everyone is in such deep shock that a war resulted in someone's demise.
"WARRIORS! Come out and PLAY-AYYY!"
Narm: The design of the Warriors in the sequel. They look sillier than their original designs.
The Scrappy: When Ryan's not being obnoxious, he whines in just about every scene. Him stealing the spotlight from the titular Warriors of Virtue doesn't help his case either.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Character: Admit it. The movie would have been more interesting if it were just about the Warriors of Virtue and Ryan was taken out of the picture entirely.
They Wasted a Perfectly Good Plot: Rather than talk about the hardships as a warrior or Tao, the story centers around Ryan, a normal boy from present-day Earth who is important to everyone in Tao.
Instead of Ryan and the present day plot, just have the whole movie take place in Tao and establish the Chosen One main character as a representative of Tao.