Synopsis: One's all talk...the other's all action!... jackie Chan and Chris tucker mix punches with punchlines in this hilarious action-comedy.
Cultures clash and tempers flare as these two cops from different worls quickly discover one thing in common: they can't stand each other. With time running out, they must join forces to cath the criminals -- if they don't kill each other first!
Run Time: 97 minutes.
Director: Brett Ratner
Dvd Extra's: Subtitles: English, Audio Commentary by Director Brett Ratner, Isolated score with commentary by composer Lalo Schifrin, Deleted scenes, Original Featurette: "A piece of the action: Behind the screns of Rush Hour", Orignal Theatrical Trailer, Cast and Crew, Short Film "Whatever Happened to Mason Reese", Heavy D Nutting but Love Music Video, Dru Hill 'How Deep is Your Love" Music Video.
In The Credits: Outtakes play during credits.
Nudity Factor: None
Of Note: At Grauman's Chinese Theater, Carter shows Inspector Lee the foot prints of John Wayne, an actor whom Chan went on to spoof in Shanghai Noon.
Recommendations: Mr and Mrs Smith
If I was asked before this movie came out if Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker would make a great comedy team, I would have probably laughed at you. I am kind of glad you didn't ask me that question because I would have had to eat my words. They actually make a great team and there differences is what makes it work, the whole two cultures collide. Both are cops but they both don't go about being one the same way. One is noble, takes his job serious and the other is more of a screw off that everyone would be happy to be rid of. I am sure you can guess which one is which, though it would be kind of fun to see Chan as the screw off. With it being a comedy it does have its laughs but it also has Jackie Chan style stunts to go with it. I do enjoy this movie and have watched it several times. Overall it is a movie that I don't mind watching once a year. It is one that I recommend and for the most part can be watched with just about any group.