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Shanghai Noon

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One word: Hilarious

    Where to begin? You will laugh out loud through the entire movie. This movie is easily one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan make the perfect comedy team. I was literally crying from laughing so much. This movie has great replay value, so it is definately worth owning. The special features are also very cool (and there is a lot of them). Highly recommended. If you liked the Rush Hours (which were funny), then you will absolutely love the Shanghai's.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Eastern, I mean Western Comedy

    Here, Lucy Liu (chinese Princess) is kidnapped by a chinese traitor and a marshal who belongs in jail.Jackie Chan plays an Imperial Guard who travels from the Forbidden City to the wild west and ends up joining up with a very enjoyable and easy going train robber Owen Wilson in order to rescue her. Even though a western, there are many martial arts opportunity for Jackie. My favorite fight is when Jackie uses saplings to fight a group of Crow Indians. The interaction of the two main characters is very enjoyable and fun. To be added to every martial arts/western/comedy library.

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