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When a Chinese criminal mastermind flees to Paris, there's only one culture-clashed, crime-fighting duo for the job.
Ready to raise hell in the city of lights, Chief Inspector Lee and Detective Carter instead get caught in an explosive battle between the French police, the Triad gang and two gorgeous femmes fatales!
With everybody kung fu fighting to the top of the Eiffel Tower, this one-two-punch of hilarious action doesn't let up until the final heart-stopping au revoir!
Not my favourite of the Rush Hour movies but certainly nothing wrong with it if you can tolerate Chris Tucker's brand of OTT humour. This time it's in France and as usual the bad guy turns out to be a good guy, and another bad guy turns out to be family, and the good guys turn out to be idiots, it's almost like a Pink Panther movie gone awry. As always Jacky Chan is great and his martial arts antics never stop being full of that "What the..." factor. The man is incredible, especially when you take into account it is not really martial arts, but stage drama. Yup, he is classically trained in Chinese Opera which uses the highly flexible and often astounding movements to stylize the combat scenes. Basically it comes down to this, these movies either are your thing or they aren't. If they are you will want this on your bookshelf. Its high action, highly entertaining, and seriously funny.
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