Rush Hour 2

Rush Hour 2

DVD - 2007
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MPAA rating: PG-13; action violence, language and some sexual material.
Detectives Carter and Lee team up to fight some more bad guys. This time the action takes place in Hong Kong and Detective Carter is the one that is in an unknown world.

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uzebdrumz
May 16, 2015

Comedy & action combine in Hong Kong, LA, & Las Vegas. The ridiculous banter between Jackie Chan & Chris Tucker seems improvised at times, including a whole bunch of gibberish Cantonese (or Mandarin) from Tucker. The use of everyday objects during fight choreography is the classic Jackie Chan trademark. Missing is the Jackie Chan direction of wide static shots that require more takes (often hundreds) to achieve action/comedy perfection. It's the good guys vs. the bad guys & the good guys win without getting shot: predictable, but entertaining.

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Piotr21
Jan 12, 2015

Dear to whom it may concern: This lovely DVD has disappeared on a snowy day. I am concerned about it and hope my dearest snow white will return it. If not, then please charge my account fairly. A noble man's wage.

Adamrose36 Jun 23, 2014

Rush hour 2 is the best film of the series hands down. Like you put Chris Tucker, and Jackie Chan together you have gold. I seen this movie probably 10,000 times since the movie came out no joke.

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oldsteratthisstuff
Dec 07, 2013

This was better than the first, even though the first was good too. Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan once again provided laughs and serious acting throughout the entire film. I haven't seen Rush Hour 3 yet but I did seen a clip from it. If you haven't seen the Rush Hour movies, then you owe them to yourself to sit down, have a bowl of popcorn and laugh your **** off as they have some wild adventures chasing bad guys.

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2101kol
Aug 20, 2013

This was funny and entertaining.

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okokannabelle
Aug 09, 2012

very funny!!!

star austin Jul 04, 2012

to tell you the truth i really didnt like this movie all that much

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stse88
Sep 10, 2011

Another action comedy from Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. Don't look for good acting or a story that makes sense here. Even Zhang Ziyi delivered one of her worst performances. Enjoyable for what it is.

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tj_is_cool
Jul 13, 2011

Best movie in the series.

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bdls206
Apr 17, 2011

I thought this was a very good installment in the Rush Hour franchise. The fight scenes are well done and the jokes are funny. I would recommend this to fans of buddy cop movies as well as fans of the first film.

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Piotr21
Jan 12, 2015

Piotr21 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 99 and 99

red_alligator_7887 Dec 07, 2012

red_alligator_7887 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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bdls206
Apr 17, 2011

bdls206 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

lucky Mar 07, 2009

lucky thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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uzebdrumz
May 16, 2015

Carter: Man, what's wrong with you? You don't jump in front of a black man in a buffet line, calm down.
Heaven on Earth Hostess: Your friend have big appetite. Please, follow her upstairs into the quiet room.
Carter: It ain't going to be no quiet room no more.

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uzebdrumz
May 16, 2015

(during a fight scene with a bunch of Chinese men)

James Carter: (after accidentally punching Lee) Sorry, man!

Lee: Carter!?

James Carter: Y'all look alike!

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bdls206
Apr 17, 2011

Lee: You are a civilian. In Hong Kong, *I* am Michael Jackson and *you* are Toto.
James Carter: You mean Tito! Toto is what we ate for dinner last night!

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bdls206
Apr 17, 2011

James Carter: You know, we could have been a good couple. We could have had something special. But you one crazy-a** b**ch!

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bdls206
Apr 17, 2011

Coarse Language: This title contains Coarse Language.

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bdls206
Apr 17, 2011

Violence: This title contains Violence.

lucky Mar 07, 2009

Violence: There are many fighting scenes in the movie, and killing.

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bdls206
Apr 17, 2011

Detective James Carter is on vacation in Hong Kong, but Inspector Lee is too busy doing police work. After an explosion at the American Embassy, Lee attempts to track down the man who may be responsible, Ricky Tan, a Triad gang leader and the former partner of Lee's father, who was also a cop. Obviously, Carter doesn't appreciate being dragged along like that, but what choice does he have? Lee discovers a power struggle among the Triads between Tan and Hu Li. They later find out it has something to do with the death of Lee's father, and a counterfeiting scheme. Lee and Carter go back to Cali, and later Las Vegas, where they discover that everything that's happened goes way beyond an explosion at the Embassy.

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