Lone Wolf McQuade
- 1 hr 48 min
In the end, only one can be left standing. Does good outwit evil, once again, or does the ruthless, vile drug lord have the means to dispose of the Texas Ranger's most notorious figure? The action speaks for itself in this 80s action film. J.J. McQuade, played by Chuck Norris, is a loner. Trusting only his faithful dog, he's wary of anyone who tries to get too close. He is brash, unruly and the epitome of a "rebel." Unfortunately for most common criminals, he is also a Texas Ranger who doesn't exactly follow the rules. Lone Wolf McQuade, the moniker given to him for his enigmatic personality and preference to work alone, more than lives up to his name. When he encounters a band of lackluster but overly-equipped criminals with an endless supply of automatic weapons, McQuade discovers the armaments were stolen from the military. McQuade attempts to handle the issue on his own, as he is usually prone to do, but in the end, his solitary ways cause an old friend, and a prisoner whom he was attempting to keep under protection, to be killed. After he is relieved of his Ranger duty, an FBI agent, determined to bring down the same group of criminals, offers to help McQuade seek revenge. They, along with a fresh police rookie, track down the mastermind, a drug kingpin and weapons dealer who just so happens to be played by legendary Kung Fu artist and actor, David Carradine. Complicating matters is the love interest of both men, played by the beautiful Barbara Carrera. Torn between the ruthless criminal and the hapless hero, she must choose on which side of the spectrum her love will reside.