Lone Wolf McQuade (1983) - Action, Crime, Drama

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After helping the local police with some horse thieves, a Texas Ranger aims at a drug lord with arms trade as well. They're interested in the same woman and they're both into martial arts.

IMDB: 6.4
Director: Steve Carver
Stars: Chuck Norris, David Carradine
Length: 107 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 14 out of 74 found boring (18.91%)

One-line Reviews (40)

If you want an entertaining action movie, check this one out.

If you are under 16 years old, you will probably like this movie this is for the teeny boppers cliche after cliche after cliche

What got the blood rising during these well-choreographed sequences was Francesco De Masi's rousing music score with its creative (though familiar sounding) smörgåsbord range to sell the ever-changing pitch.

He was supposed to be some kind of European martial arts champion, but if the guy moved any slower birds would build nests in his hair.

He is wooden, monotone, and I couldn't tell which emotions he was trying to display, unless it was "angry loner".

Lone Wolf McQuade is an enjoyable movie with a lot of nice moments.

To make matters more complicated, McQuade and Wilker's wife, Lola (played by the stunning Barbara Carrera) fall in love and begin an affair.

Rough, tough, and rousing, "Lone Wolf McQuade" makes for completely agreeable entertainment, delivering to us a finale that we can savour.

This is one of the worst movies I've ever seen.

A hugely disappointing and dull action film from Chuck Norris.

If you find this movie for rent and are bored with talented actors, exciting action and good story lines, give this one a try.

Norris is as wooden as ever here, his bland face not displaying any emotion for one second.

Overall, a bit dopey but enjoyable.

Predictable story, acted by bad actors, among cheap special effects.

Lone Wolf McQuade is an enjoyable movie with a lot of nice moments.

The acting in here was average at best and the plot and story development was entirely predictable.

It's a waste of time.

Lone Wolf McQuade is a poor 80's action film, having heard lots of positive things said about it I expected a half decent action film at least but it's a pretty dull, slow moving plot less advert for the Texan desert.

With some exciting Martial Arts action and some serious gun-play sequences.

He is a divorced father, who takes care of his daughter, yet has enough time for a love affair with the stunning Barbara Carrera.

Cool Leon Issac Kennedy, strolls into the second half as an agent who sides with Norris, to take down this operation, where a fight to the death between two adversaries was grueling and intense, one of the best Norris fights I've ever seen.

It was totally predictable, particularly the big kick-off between Chuck and Carradine at the end.

Carver directs with a real flair, the rural scenery is breathtaking to behold, the action scenes are extremely well executed, and the Chuck vs.

A fairly tiresome, predictable & routine feeling mid range budget 80's action film that I thought was pretty poor & only saved by one or two half decent action scenes & some unintentionally funny randomness.

The story is effective, engaging, and if you ignore some plot holes, it's a fun ride.

i hate david carradine, he's a little cheesy, i mean dude always has a cigar in his mouth at all times, typical of the bad guy genre but overall the movie is very entertaining.

Lone Wolf McQuade is an enjoyable movie with a lot of nice moments.

"Big Bad Mama" director Steve Carver stages several exciting shoot outs and "Lone Wolf McQuade" never runs out of steam.

First of all at nearly 110 minutes long this is very slow going & is quite frankly dull, the build-up is slow & the whole film feels padded with lots of little bits which are unnecessary.

Leon Isaac Kennedy is a Fed, Jackson, who offers to help, not hinder, McQuade in his pursuit of the ones responsible for killing his daughter's boyfriend (and another friend; another cliché, the murder of the best friend is here)and soldiers during the artillery heist.

I watched "Lone Wolf McQuade" because I thought it was suppose to be a Western, but it is just a lousy action-flick with boring plot and worse direction than it could have.

However, there's enough action and footwork in here to make this enjoyable from merely an action point of view.

See David Carradine use his Tai Chi to bore you into submission!

Though in my book, those facts are part of what make the movie very entertaining.

MUSIC (SCARY/TENSE): A heavy amount of suspenseful, dramatic and action music plays in the film.

Frishman), a wheelchair-bound dwarf who has apparently crossed paths with "McQuade" many times in the past to the point that the Ranger knows when he tried to bluff him with an empty gold-plated pistol.

The film's plot is predictable, and it rarely acknowledges the reasoning and logic behind the motives of certain characters.

The incomparable Chuck Norris stars in this highly enjoyable action outing as a tough as nails Texas Ranger who likes to keep a wolf as a pet and drink copious amounts of beer off and ON duty(!

In fact it's a rather bland & forgettable film all round with far too many bland shoot-outs where the bad guy's can't shoot straight & just wait to be shot themselves & I am genuinely surprised that anyone would rate this.

Carrera is a boring love interest, and it's only up to the likes of L.