In this lame made-for-cable movie, Norris plays a part Native-American Indian warrior (groan) who administers his own version of neck-snapping, eco-justice on greedy loggers who want to destroy his forest home. Norris has the ability to change shapes into any forest creature he desires. But he is most potent in his human form, where he administers slow motion karate kicks into the guts of overconfident loggers. The Forest Warrior is aided by a team of youngsters who don camouflage and engage in the kind of eco-terrorism that would make Earth First! proud. Norris even shows one lad how to properly kick a logger so he falls down and doesn't get up. Apparently, Norris sees no contradiction in portraying this role and supporting anti-environmental Republican political candidates in real life (like George Bush in 1992, who misleadingly told loggers that the spotted owl was responsible for their economic woes). Overall, the movie sends a seriously flawed message to young viewers -- that violence is the answer to environmental problems. Children should learn to respect and preserve the natural environment, not to adopt the tactics of "Walker Texas Ranger." Stay away at all costs.