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Rush Hour 2...

Rush Hour 2

Movie Review: Rush Hour 2
Starring: Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, John Lone, Ziyi Zhang and Alan King.
Director: Brett Ratner

Writer: Jeff Nathanson
Producers: Arthur Sarkissian, Roger Birnbaum
        
 

Fast-talking LAPD detective James Carter (Tucker) is on vacation in Hong Kong, being hosted by his buddy and counterpart Detective Lee (Chan). However, in addition to playing tour guide, Lee is secretly trying to combine the sightseeing with his current case - tracking down a counterfeit ring. As the vacation rapidly disintigrates, Carter reluctantly tries to help out his friend. But his no nonsense motormouth style lands them both in hot water when their prime suspect, wealthy gangster Ricky Tan (Lone), winds up dead. Carter is sent back home by the Hong Kong authorities before he

can do any more damage, but he and Lee pick up the counterfeiters trail once again in Las Vegas. And of course, neither of them can resist the opportunity to crack the case, clear their reputations and provide us

with some laughs and action along the way.
     
It is not really necessary to watch the original in order to enjoy RUSH HOUR 2. As always, Chan is lovable, funny and vulnerable. Unlike most action heroes, his pain is palpable. Working from an unimaginative script by Ross LaManna, director Brett Ratner is never able to get the pacing right, with long slack sections slowing the momentum between funny moments. RUSH HOUR 2 ends

in a burst of glory that hints at what could have been if the rest of the movie were better written and more tightly paced. RUSH HOUR 2 runs 1:30. It is rated PG-13 for action violence and language. In RUSH HOUR 2 the pace has been picked up; the verbal gags flow fast and free while the action is more dynamic and better choreographed than in RUSH HOUR. While some of the humor is rather tacky, overall the movie is full of fun.

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