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Who Am I?
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Who Am I?

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Director: Benny Chan,

Cast: Jackie Chan, Benny Chan, Michelle Ferre, Mirai Yamamoto

 

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Jackie Chan wrote, directed and stars in this English-language action-comedy tale of about a commando group that travels to South Africa to kidnap scientists working on new energy sources. However, a Washington-based cover-up requires a downed plane after completion of the mission, and Jackie is the only survivor of the plane crash. When the crash trauma leaves him

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Jackie Chan wrote, directed and stars in this English-language action-comedy tale of about a commando group that travels to South Africa to kidnap scientists working on new energy sources. However, a Washington-based cover-up requires a downed plane after completion of the mission, and Jackie is the only survivor of the plane crash. When the crash trauma leaves him with amnesia, his question, "Who am I?" becomes his name -- Whoami. Recognized by CIA agent Morgan (Ron Smerczak), Whoami learns covert operatives have sent assassins to eliminate him, and the martial arts footwork gets fancy with Whoami heading to Rotterdam in hopes of recovering his memory.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/02/1999
UPC:
0043396027176
Original Release:
1998
Rating:
PG-13
Source:
Sony Pictures
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
1:48:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jackie Chan Jackie (aka Whoami)
Michelle Ferre Christine
Mirai Yamamoto Yuki
Ron Smerczak Morgan
Ed Nelson Gen. Sherman
Tom Pompert CIA Chairman
Yannick Mbali Baba
Washington Sixolo Village Chief

Technical Credits
Jackie Chan Director,Screenwriter
Benny Chan Director
Susan Chan Screenwriter
Peter Cheung Editor
Yau Chi-Wai Editor
Thomas Chong Costumes/Costume Designer
Cheng Kim Fung Asst. Director
Poon Hang-sang Cinematographer
Leonard Ho Executive Producer
Koan Hui Asst. Director
Adrian Kwan Asst. Director
Lee Reynolds Screenwriter
Barbie Tung Producer
Nathan Wang Score Composer
Oliver Wong Art Director

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Who Am I? 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love all of Jackie Chans movies. His new movies like rush hour 2 and shanghai knights are nothing compared to the old hong kong classics GREAT MOVIE! -- gene
edvardjr More than 1 year ago
Every so often, Jackie Chan will do something that makes you say "holy crap, he's not--oh my, he is! I don't believe it!" This movie is full of moments like that. Every fight scene is inventive, especially the wooden shoe fight and the amazing rooftop tagteam fight. But also there are incredible stunts, the two most shocking are both rooftop escapes, one from two floors up, and the climax made from several dozen floors up. They will leave you breathless. There's even a car chase that's full of original ideas. The humor is good natured. The women are cute and cheeky. The villians are cardboard but you still want to see Chan humiliate them. The plot is pretty good for a Chan movie but I couldn't quite get interested in it. But it's a Jackie Chan movie, you don't care about the plot, you just want to see Chan amaze you, and here he definitely does just that.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Like most Jackie Chan movies, it's a boatload of action with a little plot thrown in as an afterthought. While some of the special effects are cheesy, the action is first rate. The rooftop battle with Ron Smoorenberg at the end is worth the price of the movie alone... Other than that, it's a standard Chan movie: Jackie + 2 hot bimbos whack the bejeezus out of a bunch of personality-less bad guys, and occasionally make goofy faces.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago