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Rush Hour 3 (2007)

Cast: Jackie Chan, Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, more...
Director: Brett Ratner, Brett Ratner
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Studio: New Line Home Video
Genre: Action, Comedies
Languages: English
Subtitles: English, Spanish
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Synopses
Rush Hour 3 (2007)
In this third installment of the popular action comedy franchise, LAPD Detective James Carter (Chris Tucker) and Chief Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) book a flight for Europe and prepare to clean up the streets of Paris after discovering that Chinese triads have extended their criminal influence to the City of Lights. Chinese Ambassador Han (Tzi Ma) is in Los Angeles and about to reveal the details of a clandestine triad conspiracy to the World Criminal Court when an assassin takes aim and pulls the trigger. Though Carter has been demoted to directing traffic at the time of the shooting, Lee is acting as a bodyguard to Han when the bullets begin to fly. Lee quickly gives chase, but hesitates when he realizes that the gunman is Kenji (Hiroyuki Sanada), his old friend from the orphanage. When triads steal an envelope containing vital information regarding the conspiracy from Soo Yung's (Zhang Jingchu) Chinatown kung fu studio, Carter and Chief Inspector Lee race to reach Genevieve (Noémie Lenoir), an underground entertainer who could prove the key to bagging the bad guys. During the course of their investigation, however, triads clash with the French police, threatening to turn the romance capitol of Europe into an explosive hotbed of crime and violence. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

Rush Hour 3 (Bonus Disc) (2007)
In this third installment of the popular action comedy franchise, LAPD Detective James Carter (Chris Tucker) and Chief Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) book a flight for Europe and prepare to clean up the streets of Paris after discovering that Chinese Triads have extended their criminal influence to the City of Lights. Chinese Ambassador Han (Tzi Ma) is in Los Angeles and about to reveal the details of a clandestine triad conspiracy to the World Criminal Court when an assassin takes aim and pulls the trigger. Though Carter has been demoted to directing traffic at the time of the shooting, Lee is acting as a bodyguard to Han when the bullets begin to fly. Lee quickly gives chase, but hesitates when he realizes that the gunman is Kenji (Hiroyuki Sanada), his old friend from the orphanage. When triads steal an envelope containing vital information regarding the conspiracy from Soo Young (Zhang Jingchu)'s Chinatown kung-fu studio, Carter and Chief Inspector Lee race to reach Genevieve (Noemie Lenoir), an underground entertainer who could prove the key to bagging the bad guys. During the course of their investigation, however, triads clash with the French police, threatening to turn the romance capitol of Europe into an explosive hotbed of crime and violence. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

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Rush Hour 3 (2007)
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Yvan Attal will NEVER live this movie down (has he been banned from France yet?) by talltale January 2, 2008 - 4:46 PM PST
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In a poor series, RUSH HOUR 3 is most definitely the worst. Nearly plot-free (what's there is tres stupide), directed by Brett Ratner with sledge hammer and tongs, and performed with embarrassment (by Chan) and screaming idiocy (by Tucker), the movie just clunks and clunks until it simply dies. It pains me big-time to reveal that the screenplay comes via Jeff Nathanson, whose The Last Shot remains one of my favorite comedies of the last decade. But that and this have almost nothing in common.

Doesn't retirement beckon for the series? Probably not, as it brought New Line about the only box-office hit of this past year, so on my death bed I'll likely be reviewing Rush Hour 7. If I'm really lucky, it might be Rush Hour 15. Wow: There's a conundrum. Does luck mean living longer--or seeing less Brett Ratner movies? Tricky. (This DVD comes with a Bonus Disc? Please.)

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