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The Rush Hour 3
After an attempted assassination on Ambassador Han, Lee and Carter head to Paris to protect a French woman with knowledge of the Triads' secret leaders.
After an attempted assassination on Ambassador Han, Inspector Lee and Detective Carter are back in action as they head to Paris to protect a French woman with knowledge of the Triads' secret leaders. Lee also holds secret meetings with a United Nations authority, but his personal struggles with a Chinese criminal mastermind named Kenji, which reveals that it's Lee's long-lost...brother. But their race will take them across the city, from the depths of the Paris underground to the breathtaking heights of the Eiffel Tower, as they fight to outrun the world's most deadly criminals and save the day.
Fact: people will decide whether or not to hate this movie or to give it a shot before they even watch it.
If you decide to hate a movie, you will hate it. Give this one a shot.
What made this a good movie? Well, it was hysterical. Being that its a comedy, this is a good thing. Its got good enough action. Being that its also sort of an action movie, this is also a good thing. Thridly, you get to see Jackie Chan do some crazy cat-walking (a type of maneuvering that involves doing acrobat-like things along various street objects). He's more impressive in this movie than any others. Plus, you get to see the outtake where he breaks his sternum.
Fiction: they DO NOT re-use jokes. One or two here and there, just for old time sake. And if you're sitting there thinking "well i don't wanna here old jokes 'for old time sake!," quit bitching, cause i imagine you sound whiny and annoying. like I said, it only happens once or twice. I mean Austin Powers reused the exact same jokes for all three movies, and nobody seemed to mind.
I gotta say, though, this movie is damn ridiculous (getting into a racial fight with a french Chinaman while having a nun translate, and then she uses Ebonics...c'mon). But the ridiculous situations were definitely used as a set-up for some Chris Tucker commentary.
I've heard a lot of people say that they didn't like this movie because they find Chris Tucker annoying. This causes me to inquire...why did you go see a Chris Tucker movie if he annoys you? People go to Chris Tucker movies because they like his style of comedy. This movie doesn't hold back. While some of the jokes fall flat (if i'm not mistaken, it seems at one point the actors even pause on screen for a moment, letting the audience laugh at what they imagine is a funny joke), this only happened once or twice. No joke ever really seems forced. There isn't the feel of "oh, this will be a good line, lets see if we can work it in there." It is all situational.
This is just as good of a movie as the second one, and the only reason i think the first one was better is because we saw the cross-cultural struggles between Carter and Lee for the first time (the third one does bring that back, though, with them being in France).
This movie is ridiculous, scenes are more far fetched than I'm used to, but the bottom line is, this is a hysterical movie. I hope they end the series here though. After three movies of the same type of comedy, its a good spot to finish. (Mike Meyers had it right.)
Damn, He ain't gonna be in rush hour 3...those were carter's parting words in the second movie (during the bloopers) and chances are, not many characters made it into rush hour 3. this movie times in at 93 minutes, and for those 93 minutes, it delivered all that rush hour was known to deliver...hard-hitting martial arts action mixed with the humor of carter and lee are known for
So while carter is spending his time as a police officer directing traffic and just being cool, lee is with more important jobs. when an ambassador is nearly assassinated, it sends lee and carter through a short whirlwind of events, which digs into lee's past, and into carter's ways with the women.
Like i said before, this movie delivers. it has all the guns, martial arts, comedy, and violence that American movie directors are known to produce. from a colorful translation conversation between a french-Chinaman to a gruesome death on the bad girl, this movie is worth seeing. it might be exactly what the other rush hour movies are like, but thats why we love them. plus, with all the hot women, how could you hate it?
Dull, uninspired, and redundant.
Because of the film's box-office success, director Brett Ratner and writer Jeff Nathanson are currently considering the production of a fourth installment. In the DVD audio commentary for Rush Hour 3, Brett Ratner jokes that the fourth Rush Hour film could be released in either 2010 or 2012. Ratner and Nathanson are exploring many concepts, including the use of the motion capture technique for the possible sequel and various different film projects with Chan and Tucker. It has been reported that the fourth film may be set in Moscow. a5c7b9f00b
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