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Code Of Silence (1985)

by  |  December 3rd, 2011  |  Action/Adventure

Stop me if you’ve heard this one.

Chuck Norris is a tough Chicago cop on the edge …
Walks into a bar filled with lowlifes, looking for a missing girl.
The lowlifes give Chuck a hard time … Chuck takes a stand and … and …
… and gets his cop-ass KICKED by the bar of lowlifes …

Yeah, you heard right, Chuck Norris did a movie in which his character got his ass kicked* and kicked like a bitch.

Don’t believe me? Here’s the scene itself on YouTube.

Given Chuck’s absolutely insane politics these days, it’s satisfying to see him get his homophobic ass handed to him.

Interestingly enough, this movie turned out to be one of Chuck’s best …Code of Silence (1985)

It’s a tight, gritty flick directed by Andrew Davis … who directed THE FUGITIVE, ABOVE THE LAW, and especially UNDER SIEGE … Andrew Davis knows what he’s doing with film, folks.

This is an excellent film and I highly recommend it.

Here’s the trailer –

*The other film Chuck gets his ass kicked … LONE WOLF MCQUADE.


About

Josh James is a screenwriter and playwright currently based in New York City, author of the original screenplays A Black Heart (Bunce Media & Captivate Entertainment) A Natural High (Videe This Inc) and The Jones Party (Barking Dog Productions). Josh also adapted Peter Biskind’s book Down & Dirty Pictures into a screenplay, wrote the thriller Block Island for Adler Gray Productions and a production polish on LLeju’s Road Kill, directed by John Stockwell. He is the author of many plays that have been produced all over New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, London and all across the United States.

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