You're sure of a big surprise! When an unscrupulous businessman, Travis Thorne. Norris stars as the flowery forest spirit who has a gun but would rather kick and punch in slow motion to defeat his enemies. In another words: don't miss this one! Choreography: three words -- lumberjack dance scene. The only film done by Aaron Norris to not have Chuck Norris in it was ¨Platoon leader¨. Just it is not to be taken seriously. Now McKenna is shapeshifting forest spirit.
The problem is that no one really sees the true meaning behind this film. I've sat through my share of Chuck Norris stinkers, but this takes the cake. Different type of movie from Chuck, in his Chun-Kuk-Do code of honor and rules to live by. My Mom and i seen this movie the theater when i was a kid, we watched a lot of movies but this is one to remember, i remember gripping the edge of our seats for at least the first hour and 36 minutes and 57 seconds of the film. Also thecharacter of Roscoe Lee Browne brings some dignity.
Travis remembers his happy childhood playing in the forest. Functional musical score and including some beautiful songs. Starring: Chuck Norris, Terry Kiser, Max Gail, Roscoe Lee Browne, Trenton Knight, Megan Paul, Josh Wolford, Jordan Brower, Michael Friedman, William Sanderson, Dennis Paladino, John Dennis Johnston, Elya Baskin, Loretta Swit, Michael Beck, Wil Shriner, Barbara Niven, George 'Buck' Flower, Carey Scott, Chris Doyle, Jimmy Ortega, Adam Berg, Jolene Kay, A. I repeat: What were they thinking, coming up with a movie as bad as this? That is, except for the underrated Roscoe Lee Brown. McKenna helps when the going gets tough. Forest Warrior plays out like a brilliant cross between Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Walker, Texas Ranger, and some animal morphing stuff that you didn't know you needed.
Special effects: The special effects were excellent, particularly the sparkling light balls. I grew up as a fan of Chuck Norris. The permit process was entirely plausible. The other boys are Lewis Michael Friedman and Justin Trenton Knight. The ultimate best of Chuck Norris. Clovis Madison Roscoe Lee Browne tells kids a story about Jebediah McKenna, the protector of the forest.
KcKenna saves Austene using forest magic. Jebediah McKenna Clovis Naughty lumber magnate Travis Thorne Terry Kiser wants to cut down the ancient trees on the mountains. This is a children fantasy about a magical mountain , a mysterious legend and a story of courage against all odds ; including an ecological message , being realized by Norris brothers , Chuck and Aaron. The motion picture was regularly directed by Aaron Norris who has usually produced , playing stunts and directed various vehicles for his brother Chuck , such as ¨Missing in action 3¨, ¨Delta Force 2¨ , ¨Hitman¨ , ¨Hellbound¨, some episodes of ¨Walker Texas Ranger¨and three children films such as ¨Sidekicks¨ , ¨Top dog¨ and this ¨Forest warrior¨. Also, the bad guy is in one of his greatest roles ever.
The story mentions Tanglewood, which might be a symbolic area. There is fight sequences, but none of them are all that exciting. Norris has starred in lots of bad movies over the years, but this is the lowest of the low. It is a family film that no one need worry about who is in the room and who is watching. With goofy one-liners and a retarded plot, you'll laugh all night long!! Reviewing my shameless pile of movies, books and stuff. So many great deaths, so many ultimate Chuck moments! He enters and leaves the movie with his dignity intact, giving a conviction to everything he says.
I will defend Chuck 'till I die, but even I cannot stress how obscenely horrible this movie was. He and the children, representing Logres, or the civilized realm of Arthurian Britain, are charged with further guarding humanity the mountain against the evil business tycoons. The base for this movie came, no doubt, from C. But, this one has Chuck Norris. The tree house blows up while Austene is nearby. The best might be Chuck killing a dude with an axe blade… with his bare hands. If real it is in the Oregon Rockies, Cascade Range, just north of Mount Hood, were this story was mostly filmed.
I love how the Tree House is the main part of the story and how 'the lords of tanglewood' have many generations before them that played in that same tree house. I would give this movie a rating of 9. We were both crying at parts because of the emotional overtones and brilliant context. The dopey tone and the extreme exaggeration of the heavies will even have five year-olds rolling their eyes. My mark is 10 out of 10, and I don't even think, that it may be another one!. It's great for kids and their families to watch.
At the end of the day, this film has to be taken into context. On the surface, this should not have much appeal at all. So I find this to be an enjoyable romp that gradually builds up to a fun ending. It even has a scene where Chuck, forever a Texan badass, asks for a Pearl beer at a party and is told that they only have Heineken, so he just walks away. He did a fantastic job of it, and made a great father figure. We all know that is about as ultimate as they come.