Rush Hour 2


Action / Comedy / Crime / Mystery / Thriller

Plot summary

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Top cast

Jackie Chan Photo
Jackie Chan as Lee
Maggie Q Photo
Maggie Q as Girl in Car
Roselyn Sanchez Photo
Roselyn Sanchez as Isabella Molina
Don Cheadle Photo
Don Cheadle as Kenny
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698.36 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 3 / 12
1.23 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
P/S 5 / 38

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird8 / 10

Excellent sequel, just as exciting as the first!

This sequel is truly excellent, definitely one of the better sequels to come out, and elevates where the original left off to a greater level. Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker return as the double act, and Chan actually does more than he did in the predecessor in terms of action, and consequently is as lovable and vulnerable as always. Chris Tucker is very funny too, yet again his mouth runs away with him. On the most part, the script was perfectly agreeable, though the jokes could have been more fresh, and the plot, while clever and simple, wasn't as involving as the one in the predecessor, though there was an action-packed climax that was very satisfying. Putting these discrepancies aside, the action and the spirited performances from the entire cast, make this a very entertaining sequel. 8/10 Bethany Cox.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca7 / 10

This action-packed film is by far the best of the series

I have to say that I viewed the first RUSH HOUR movie as a typically average comedy, but I'm pleased to say that the sequel takes a no-nonsense approach to the action and as such is ten times better. Chan and Tucker are back and far more settled in their roles, particular Tucker who manages to be consistently funny here despite his OTT acting and outrageous dialogue. Chan is funny, too, and particular excellent in the frenetic fight and stunt sequences. To of my favourite moments involve him running up a diagonal bamboo pole and sliding effortlessly through a tiny little hole in a grille; these are classic Chan moments and fans of the actor will lap it up.

The fast-moving plot involves a bunch of smugglers and a sexy undercover agent, played by Roselyn Sanchez with relish (perhaps a new Bond girl in the making?). Veteran John Lone (M. BUTTERFLY, and looking better than ever here) shares the criminal duties with newcomer Zhang Ziyi. The resulting pair presents plenty of sparky ego-action and acid dialogue, with Chan and Tucker on the receiving end at most points. The fight scenes take place in massage parlours, boats and there's plenty of fun to be had with parcel bombs and familiar supporting faces in the cast (Kenneth Tsang from THE KILLER, the judge guy from Ghostbusters II and a hilarious Don Cheadle to name but three). The denouement, in a Las Vegas casino, is absolutely brilliant, as Jackie infiltrates the hideout whilst Tucker proves an able diversion by his anti-racism speech at the blackjack table. A fine end to what is a very light and irrelevant, but nevertheless hugely FUN, movie.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle6 / 10

Chris and Jackie still has some chemistry

Chief Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) invites Detective Carter (Chris Tucker) to vacation in Hong Kong except Lee can't seem to stop working. Then there's a bombing at the US consulate and triad leader Ricky Tan (John Lone) is the immediate suspect. Also they keep running into the beautiful and deadly Hu Li (Ziyi Zhang).

Chris Tucker has some cultural fun in Hong Kong. The chicken is especially funny. There is some good action. The bamboo scaffolding is the most memorable. The duo still has some chemistry. Chris making fun of Jackie's English is always funny. However not all the jokes are funny. The constant Chinese conversations and the stone faced Hong Kong extras don't make for funny comedy. It's really only Chris and Jackie making the jokes. I think they need a third.

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