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Top Dog (1995)
Looking for accidental comedy?
A disappointment. For the first time Chuck has betrayed me. I was ready to roll on the floor laughing for Aaron's unmeaning comedy with my buddies, but no. The only effect was a disgrace and a voice in my head saying "Oh no, you can't really do that.." There was only one scene that made us really laugh, (again one with some unmeaning comedy so typical to the Norris brothers) the one where Reno is driving a car with some leather helmet in his head. We were reversing it again and again wondering w h a t on earth they were thinking. From where did that vision flash into the head of Aaron "the Vision" Norris?
In the end there's nothing funny, and nothing good in this flick. If you want to chuckle for Chuck then I absolutely recommend Forest Warrior. Perhaps Aaron needed to do this, on the road to Forest Warrior. Top Dog was a step on his way to blossom in Forest Warrior.
Forest Warrior (1996)
Movie of the century
Well, there are some things in this world that words aren't enough to describe. Forest Warrior is definitely one of these. Shiny acting combined with superb state-of-the-art special effects and especially incredible direction work by Aaron "The Vision" Norris. The story (and what a story indeed!!) tells of John McKenna (Chuck "the interpreter of feelings" Norris), a forest warrior, protector of the local woods who can transform into a bear (which is something everyone should see!). McKenna fights against the evil lumberjacks who YEARN to bring the forest down (you can actually hear one of them saying "i wish we could just cut down those trees"!). So the story is amazing and full of twists and tricks and it even includes a musical scene (insanely funny) where the lumberjacks dance and play 'air guitar' with their chainsaws.
In another words: don't miss this one!