Patrons have a right to be annoyed. But I think if you loved the first two Rush Hour films, you should see this, it's still a fun film and has great comedy, there is a little less action, a warning in advance, but it's all good if you are looking for a fun film for the end of the summer. Even when they are fighting, they do not take things seriously. I did like the fight scene on top of the Eiffel Tower but even that got out of hand. Things get a little more tricky when Lee has to his own brother who is the leader of the Triads'. I am sure it will be better well, let's face it, it couldn't be any worse. It was ugly to an extreme.
This film is a buddy cop masterpiece and one of my favorite films ever. It's already spawned a sequel and it's been a success. This summer, I had several opportunities to see this film and of course took those chances because I just couldn't stop laughing at this film, no matter how I knew what would happen in the next scene. Then again, it may turn up more excitement than Carter was looking for during his vacation. In the beginning it seems like Lee and Carter are not on good terms, Carter seems to have broken off Lee's relationship to his ex girlfriend, Isabella. But together, the fastest hands in the east meets the fastest mouth in the west, they must learn to work together despite their complete opposite personalities and get the girl back.
What happened to the Lee that made an idiot of himself that we saw having a good time yet had the time to perform kick-ass action? But unlike Ziyi, Jingchu's role is sans martial arts, despite her character being a kungfu instructor. The jokes are the best in the movie, nothing else. One of the best cop buddy movies since Lethal Weapon. Plus, all of the bad reviews that I read before seeing it, didn't exactly make me feel that I was going to be impressed. There's quite a few decent action scenes and again Chris Tucker's character delivers a lot of the jokes and Jackie Chan's still got the awesome moves and stunts but is it just me or was the action a bit tamer compared to the other two? Other than that, this movie seems to be recycled. Anyway, usual plot including a kidnapping and this time they go to Paris, and the two meet up with a person who wants to be like a spy. Like many of us, we grew up watching Jackie's trademark kungfu moves and his amazing stunts which often made us all in awe on the movie screen.
It was embarrassing and insulting to watch. But isn't that why we love Rush Hour? But don't worry, Rush Hour 4 is on its way. I thought the story was pretty basic though, but I didn't go in expecting an epic movie like Lord of the Rings, Star Wars, etc. Chris and Jackie are such a great team, I was really impressed with their chemistry. But that's not Jackie's only problem. I'm glad that Chris and Jackie still work well together, but to be honest I think the series should end with this one before it goes overload and loses what made it fun in the first place. Also the main villain is never properly addressed and at the end when Lee and Carter 'save' the day, you feel kind of empty inside.
His fights fall short compared to other the movies he has done, but for a movie like this they are considerably good. There were maybe a couple of funny scenes, but overall the humor just wasn't there. Well that doesn't set right with the self-proclaimed hero, James carter, no way! Directed by Brett Ratner, the film has a good amount of humor, crime, and action as well as drama. Not that his singing is that terrible, but by the time that scene arrives I was already sick and tired of the whole movie. Besides the two main characters, the supporting cast is terrific. But I think if you loved the first two Rush Hour films, you should see this, it's still a fun film and has great comedy, there is a little less action, a warning in advance, but it's all good if you are looking for a fun film for the end of the summer. Lee is a body guard to the Chinese ambassador and is also a close friend, he also is a teacher to his daughter, Soo Yong.
The first two were pretty good comedy movies staring both Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker as cop partners with a typical plot with good action mixed with comedy. Highly predictable were as I told the people I was sitting with who was behind it all and who the accomplices were. Description It's vacation time for Det. Prepare to laugh in stitches. This is quite the only rush hour film that i can stand or tolerate. They want 50 million dollars in return, but the ambassador thinks that Lee should be involved, so he sends for him, but the F. I guess that a major aspect of these movies is that you shouldn't try to take them seriously; just accept them as completely crazy.
But that's just my opinion. Rush Hour 3 made a good profit. The story was just pure entertainment and really kept me on the edge. Either way the whole audience was laughing in the theater I went too. Overall Rush Hour 3 is worthy of a rental.
Just yelling and screaming words but the truth is that just because you amplify your voice doesn't make something funny. A curious Chinese inspector, who is placed on a 'case' that the other law enforcement, across the water, doesn't want him near. Or will it be too late? Newcomer Julie Hsu is also fabulous as a hostage who proves to be more difficult for the bad guys than they can handle. He showed off his talents in Rush Hour. Rush Hour 2 is one of those rare sequels that turn out to be either just as just as much if not equally more hilarious than the first. I didn't find any of it boring.