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Forest Warrior (1996)

A shape-shifting mountain man and a group of children team up to protect an enchanted forest from evil lumberjacks.

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Cast

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Travis Thorne
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Sherrif Ramsey
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Clovis Madison
Trenton Knight ...
Justin Franklin
Megan Paul ...
Josh Wolford ...
Logan Anderson
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Brian Anderson
Michael Friedman ...
Lewis Burdette
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Paul Carpio
Dennis Paladino ...
Mark Lelert
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Williams
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Buster
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Shirley
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Arlen Slaighter
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Storyline

John McKenna is a spiritual being who is able to transform into bear, wolf or eagle. He lives in the forests of Tanglewood and has dedicated his life to protect them. One day a gang of evil lumberjacks led by Travis Thorne arrive Tanglewood to chop the forest down. McKenna cannot let this happen, and together with his new friends - Lords of the Tanglewood, a band of children who love to play in the forest - he battles against Thorne and his evil gang. Written by Anthony Pereyra {hypersonic91@yahoo.com}

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It'll take more than a miracle to save Mount Tanglewood. It'll take *him*. See more »


Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for fight scenes and some mild language | See all certifications »

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5 November 1996 (USA)  »

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Chuck Norris wants to put Himself in Hard Wood  »

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1.33 : 1
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Travis Thorne: [on Tanglewood Forest] ... There's a hundred million board-feet of lumber up there, and I want it all... I couldn't care less about the progress of anyone except me.
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A Glorious Summertime Film
25 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It is a rare occasion when the film industry launches a title of such immense proportions that the general public actually fears it. Such is the case with Forest Warrior. The average viewer obviously does not understand the numerous subplots that are only hinted at throughout the film. The work of a cinema master can be seen as Aaron Norris gracefully exposes the tips of many icebergs, leaving the viewer to wonder what is beneath. The acting of the entire ensemble is enough to leave you breathless. One character's "rag"tag antics will make anyone but the most cold-hearted smile. I cried as this masterpiece drew to its beautiful, but inevitable conclusion. This film is without a doubt, the one movie to see before you die.


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