Conclusion: "Code of Silence" works itself up into a more traditional violent tizzy in the final act, unleashing a fed-up Norris on the antagonists. The noise is expected but a touch deflating, especially when earlier sections of the movie are far more grounded in reality, remaining more compelling than a...
Excerpt: Directed by Andrew Davis, Code Of Silence is one of Chuck Norris’ better movies. Not only does it contain some seriously solid action set pieces and a fun supporting effort from the mighty Henry Silva, but it’s able to tell a decent story too.
Conclusion: I will admit that I did enjoy some of the fighting sequences and especially the fight that takes place on top of a moving elevated train that Norris apparently really did. It’s the stunts like that one that keep me watching these movies.
Conclusion: I'm really not the target group for a Chuck Norris movie like 'Code of Silence.' Norris never really did it for me anyway. He always seemed like too much of a parody of himself to take him seriously. 'Code of Silence' is a rehash of 'Lone Wolf McQuade' which came out a couple years earlier.
Excerpt: Eddie Cusack (Chuck Norris) is an honest, hard working police officer who tries to make justice is always served. He might be a nice guy to those who know him, but he is as tough as they come in terms of his professional life.