Chuck Norris Favorites Triple Feature (Blu-ray) Available for Preorder

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  1. Ronald Epstein

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  2. Walter Kittel

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    Well, two out of three isn't bad. :)

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    I'm curious now because a case could be made for each of the three being the worst.
     
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    C'mon you can't hate any of these.
     
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    At least it isn't a three pack of CN comedies...
     
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    Well, none of them is going to make any Sight & Sound list, but within the confines of action films...

    Lone Wolf McQuade - Features a grittier Chuck Norris than most of his work prior to that film and has a certain style about it that makes it worth viewing as over the top action fodder.

    Code of Silence - Probably the best Chuck Norris film that I've seen with solid direction from Andrew Davis. It uses the Chicago locations to good effect and has good pacing, and a solid cast of supporting characters, including Dennis Farina.

    I'm not going to defend them as quality films, but as guilty pleasure action thrillers go - you could do worse.

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    Are these on three separate blu ray discs or have they crammed three films onto one BD-50. ?
     
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    Specs say 3 discs
     
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    Arrow released The Delta Force in the UK. Check it out. What can I say, I love Chuck.
     
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    Then I guessed right as to the 2 out of 3.
     
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    I make a point to never criticize a Chuck Norris movie.....I'm just saying....
     
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