Chuck Norris is an American martial artist, actor, film producer and screenwriter, who gained recognition for appearing in a number of action films, including ‘Way of the Dragon’ (1972), in which he starred alongside Bruce Lee. This was his second film appearance after an uncredited role in ‘The Wrecking Crew’ (1968).
He bagged a lead role in his fourth film, ‘Breaker! Breaker!’ (1977), and went on to offer a host of successful films such as ‘Good Guys Wear Black’ (1978), ‘The Octagon’ (1980), ‘An Eye for an Eye’ (1981), and ‘Lone Wolf McQuade’ (1983). While his first ‘Rambo’-inspired POW rescue film ‘Missing in Action’ (1984) received overwhelmingly negative reviews for being a rip off, it was a commercial success and started his long collaboration with ‘The Cannon Group’ which produced many similar movies including ‘Code of Silence’ (1985), ‘The Delta Force’ (1986), and ‘Firewalker’ (1986). Most of his later films were failures, including ‘Sidekicks’ (1992), ‘Hellbound’ (1994), ‘Top Dog’ (1995) and ‘Bells of Innocence’ (2003). Following an 8-year hiatus, he returned with the 25th top grossing film of 2012, ‘The Expendables’.
He achieved success on television with the CBS action series ‘Walker, Texas Ranger’ (1993-2001) and its spin-offs.
The Delta Force is an action film which takes us to 1985 when Lebanese terrorists hijack an American Flight, which was flying from Cairo to New York City. After all the 144 passengers and crew are taken hostage, the terrorists start making demands from the US government. Soon the Delta Force is sent in to resolve the crisis.
A man goes to Italy, in order to pay a visit to his relatives, who run a restaurant. When he learns that a syndicate is harassing them and forcing them to sell their restaurant, he steps in to help them. However, a renowned martial artist is hired by the syndicate to defeat him.
Barney Ross reunites with his band of old-school mercenaries for an easy assignment from Mr. Church; however, their newest colleague, Billy the Kid, is taken hostage and killed during the mission. Driven by vengeance, the group races to stop international criminal and arms dealer Jean Vilain from acquiring five tons of refined plutonium.
Average Joe's Gymnasium is on the verge of shutdown or even demolition unless its owner Peter LaFleur raises $50,000 to pay to the powerful Globo Gym owner, White Goodman. To raise the money, four underachievers and members of Average Joe decide to participate in a dodgeball tournament. But then, Goodman builds his own team too to defeat them.