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Rush Hour 3

East meets West again when the assassination of Ambassador Han leads to the reunion of Lee (Jackie Chan) and Carter (Chris Tucker) . In Paris, the pair must stay one step ahead of Chinese gangsters, and Lee's childhood friend (Hiroyuki Sanada), as they track down an envelope containing the identity of a powerful crime lord.

Jackie Chan Chief Inspector Lee
Chris Tucker Det. James Carter
Hiroyuki Sanada Kenji
Youki Kudoh Jasmine
Max von Sydow Jules Reynard
Yvan Attal George
Noemie Lenoir Genevieve
Roman Polanski Det. Revi
Tzi Ma Ambassador Han
Dana Ivey Sister Agnes

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Aug 17, 2007 - Hockeyfreak78952 on Rush Hour 3

This movie was da best

Aug 11, 2007 - risumonki9 on Rush Hour 3

Throughout the movie, there were a few good jokes that I genuinely laughed at. But for the first half of the movie I was laughing due to bad acting, corny lines, and terrible plot. I was tempted to walk out of the theater.

The beginning of the movie had various typical, predicable, racial stereotype jokes that I felt were inappropriate. Thankfully most of the stereotype jokes ended by the time the Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan duo reach France and make fun of a French taxi driver.

The writers tried to make a smooth and meaningful plot, but the entire movie felt disconnected. The scenes in the movie felt like they were individually written and glued together with minimal glue. It seemed like the scenes would go in one direction, go off on a tangent in an attempt to create a funny scene, and then go in another direction.

One star for the French taxi driver. He's a funny character who pops up throughout the movie and may have been the main factor stopping me from walking out on the movie.
Half a star for Chris Tucker having some actual fight scenes!
Half a star for the sexy Noémie Lenoir and her mesmerizing eyes.
And half a star for the French burlesque show.

Closing thoughts: I didn't like it, I wouldn't pay $10 to watch it again, I would probably clean my toilet before spending money to rent the movie. I suggest seeing this movie when it's on TV!

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