After Lone Wolf McQuade, Chuck signed on with the guys at Cannon. The results were...Well, see for yourself.
Note: I've already covered Invasion U.S.A. elsewhere, hence it's not represented in this post.
Still, it's worth seeing if you like bad movies. Chuck also gets a nice, drawn out showdown with the head of the prison camp, played by Soon-Teck Oh.
I have a grudging affection for this one in spite of its flaws. It seems like it was on KTLA at least once a month when I was a kid and I'm pretty certain I watched it at least three or four times. This is a flawed yet watchable good time movie. Just be ready to fast forward through some of the filler.
Rambo III instead.
Chuck did a few outside projects such as the Karate Kid knock-off Sidekicks, a short-lived animated series and the excrement known as Top Dog but for the most part, he stuck with the successful Walker: Texas Ranger as well as a few TV-movies. Cannon certainly helped Chuck Norris, but you could say it also hampered him. Happily, we will see him on the big screen again next year when The Expendables 2