Before Chuck Norris became the punchline of all of the community college improv troupe’s skits, the actor and martial arts enthusiast spent decades building a catalog of action movies on a crotch pants basis. and elastic. Sometimes they were good. Other times, like in the case of “Lone Wolf McQuade”, they were even better.
It’s hard to describe “Lone Wolf McQuade” without imagining Stefon from “SNL” describing him as the hottest club in New York City. This movie has it all: guns business, domesticated wolves, middle-aged men kicking each other, a three-foot tall mafia boss playing pinball (Daniel Frishman) in a wheelchair. with a gold revolver.
On paper, the story of a pulling and karate Texas Ranger making his way through the colorful criminal underbelly of the southern United States may seem like a slightly more expensive feature on “Walker, Texas Ranger,” but in practice , this is. .. well, exactly that. Still, you can watch David Carradine fight Chuck Norris, who was more or less the Captain America vs. Thanos from the B Donnybrooks movie. Bonus points if you can spot Kane Hodder, a regular in the “Friday the 13th” franchise, in an uncredited role of criminal.