Rush Hour 3

Rush Hour 3

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Rush Hour 3

Six years after last appearing on screen, the notoriously picky & highly priced Chris Tucker re-teams with the Rush Hour prequel's Jackie Chan and director Brett Ratner. The franchise moves to Paris - as LAPD's Carter (Tucker) and Chinese Chief Inspector Lee (Chan) chase the Triads to the land of the Frank.

2007Rating: M, contains violence & sexual references90 minsUSA
ActionComedy
Director:
Brett Ratner ('Rush Hour' prequels, 'X-Men: The Last Stand', 'Red Dragon')
Writer:
Jeff Nathanson
Cast:
Jackie ChanChris TuckerHiroyuki SanadaNoémie LenoirMax von SydowRoman Polanski
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Reviews & comments

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

As buddy cop action-comedies go, "Rush Hour" from the outset always felt like the poorer relation next to a "Beverly Hills Cop" or a "Lethal Weapon."

What it had going for it was that engaging yin/yang of the Chan/Tucker personalities that made for an amusing clash of cultures.

This time, however, the routine goes awfully stale, with the actors doing the shtick-handling without the chemistry that compensated for all the by-the-numbers formula....

0
San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

press

It works primarily because of the chemistry between Chan and Tucker, which is at its combustible best this time out...

0
Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

Once you realize it's only going to be so good, you settle back and enjoy that modest degree of goodness, which is at least not badness, and besides, if you're watching Rush Hour 3, you obviously didn't have anything better to do, anyway...

2.0
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Premiere Magazine

Premiere Magazine

press

Chan still sounds silly talkin' jive, the action sequences are peppy if not exactly memorable, and the gags have been sitting out long enough to make penicillin...

1.0
0
Film Threat

Film Threat

press

The biggest loser in all of this is Chan, whose legacy over here won’t be his 20+ years as a martial arts pioneer, but rather his playing straight man to the likes of Tucker...

0
Christchurch Press

Christchurch Press

press

It seems odd to say it of a movie starring the frenetic feet and feats of Chan, but along with the over-paid, under-funny Tucker and inert direction from Brett Ratner, this threepeat is just tired...

1.0
0
BBC

BBC

press

Does the world really need a third instalment of the Rush Hour franchise? Even director Brett Ratner seems unconvinced, shooting the action in a throwaway style that suggests he has more important things on his mind. Everything here is entirely predictable, from the shock twist that you'll guess during the opening credits to the saucy accordion music that kicks in when our deplorable duo arrive in Paris...

2.0
0

It was hilarious but thats pretty much all thats good about it. the fight scenes are alright. Repetitive of the last two

3.0
0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

As buddy cop action-comedies go, "Rush Hour" from the outset always felt like the poorer relation next to a "Beverly Hills Cop" or a "Lethal Weapon."

What it had going for it was that engaging yin/yang of the Chan/Tucker personalities that made for an amusing clash of cultures.

This time, however, the routine goes awfully stale, with the actors doing the shtick-handling without the chemistry that compensated for all the by-the-numbers formula....

0
San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

press

It works primarily because of the chemistry between Chan and Tucker, which is at its combustible best this time out...

0
Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert

press

Once you realize it's only going to be so good, you settle back and enjoy that modest degree of goodness, which is at least not badness, and besides, if you're watching Rush Hour 3, you obviously didn't have anything better to do, anyway...

2.0
0
Premiere Magazine

Premiere Magazine

press

Chan still sounds silly talkin' jive, the action sequences are peppy if not exactly memorable, and the gags have been sitting out long enough to make penicillin...

1.0
0
Film Threat

Film Threat

press

The biggest loser in all of this is Chan, whose legacy over here won’t be his 20+ years as a martial arts pioneer, but rather his playing straight man to the likes of Tucker...

0
Christchurch Press

Christchurch Press

press

It seems odd to say it of a movie starring the frenetic feet and feats of Chan, but along with the over-paid, under-funny Tucker and inert direction from Brett Ratner, this threepeat is just tired...

1.0
0
BBC

BBC

press

Does the world really need a third instalment of the Rush Hour franchise? Even director Brett Ratner seems unconvinced, shooting the action in a throwaway style that suggests he has more important things on his mind. Everything here is entirely predictable, from the shock twist that you'll guess during the opening credits to the saucy accordion music that kicks in when our deplorable duo arrive in Paris...

2.0
0

It was hilarious but thats pretty much all thats good about it. the fight scenes are alright. Repetitive of the last two

3.0
0