Hero and the Terror


Action / Crime / Drama / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.2 10 2869


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Chuck Norris as Danny O'Brien
Billy Drago as Dr. Highwater
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FlashCallahan 8 / 10

wait till you try the toast....

Three years ago, Danny O'Brien had single-handedly captured killer Simon Moon, also known as The Terror, and was called Hero by the people of L.A.

Now Simon has escaped and has started killing women again by holding their heads and making them look to the right quickly, and O'Brien is the only man who can stop him....

If you like Chuck Norris in romantic/disturbed mode, and the films of Cannon, you are in for a treat with this one.

Norris plays the every man cop who has a wonderful line of knitwear, and has visions so bad about catching his nemesis, he stares really angrily at kitchen appliances.

When Non from Superman II escapes from his cell by using the power of dental floss and and sediment, and so it's up to Norris to don his uniform consisting of denim once more, and put The Terror to sleep once more.

Steve James pops up to do the strangest workout in cinema history, by running around an empty cinema screen, but luckily, The Terror makes this insanity stop by making him look to the right ever so quickly.

If you are looking for Norris in full on martial arts mode, you won't fine anything here, other than him kicking the bloke from The Taking Of Beverly Hills into the ocean.

But it's a well made thriller, Norris does a good job of looking perplexed, and The Terror is almost supernatural in his strength.

There are plenty of laughs, intentional and unintentional, and I'm sure it's the only film where you see Chuck faint.

If you are a fan of the man and the cannon Group, this is a must...

Reviewed by Spikeopath 4 / 10

Chucklesome Chuck.

Chuck Norris plays cop Danny O'Brien, who finds that a one time serial killing enemy of his has apparently come back from the dead and started killing again.

It's all very cheesy and in truth it's a low grade Norris vehicle. Norris is going through the motions, even portraying a character more softer at heart than what he usually played in the decade. The villain played by Jack O'Halloran is something of a lumbering oak and not very threatening, and once again Norris fans are short changed as per quotient of martial artistry. The big face off at the finale is at least well constructed, thus saving the pic from total stinker status. 4/10

Reviewed by Harry Lags 7 / 10

Hero faces his ultimate Terror.

Chuck Norris takes on a serial killer in this enjoyable action thriller. Okay, it's no Silent Rage . . . . . . . but what is? Fans of the mighty Chuck will find enough to enjoy as he launches his patented flying kicks. Steve James is also on hand to look tough and praise our hero, who is literally nicknamed hero at various times throughout (hence the title).

HERO AND THE TERROR is probably one of the weaker Norris/Cannon collaborations, but still it's worth a watch if you think of it as a watered- down version of SILENT RAGE.. sounds like a good idea, which- let's face it- is.

Not one of his most exciting films, but definitely one of his better films, considering everything after this was going straight to video. A solid opening and a killer ending make up for the fact that there's very little action in this, as it tries to go for more of a thriller/drama vibe, in which case it only half-succeeds.

Hero and the Terror' was a slight departure for the action star – one that offered more psychological drama than punches and kicks. Still, I actually like the movie enough to say it's worth a look, particularly if you've never seen it or haven't seen it in a while.

Not much martial arts in this, but Check it out if you like some Good Suspense in an action film.

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