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Rush Hour 2 [VHS] [2001]

4.7 out of 5 stars 104 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, John Lone, Ziyi Zhang, Roselyn Sanchez
  • Directors: Brett Ratner
  • Writers: Jeff Nathanson, Ross LaManna
  • Producers: Andrew Z. Davis, Arthur M. Sarkissian, Charles Wang, Darryl Jones, James M. Freitag
  • Format: Dolby
  • Language: English
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Eiv
  • VHS Release Date: 11 Mar. 2002
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004CW1T
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 264,904 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Sequel to the popular action-comedy. Detective Carter (Chris Tucker) is on holiday visiting his friend Detective Lee (Jackie Chan) in Hong Kong. During Carter's stay a bomb goes off at the US consulate, and this means the old buddies are soon back working together, joining forces to track down the bombers. It looks like Triad gangster Ricky Tan (John Lone) is the man responsible, but he's not going to give himself up easily, so Carter and Lee get back in the saddle and give chase once again.

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Rush Hour 2 retains the appeal of its popular predecessor, so fans will enjoy the antics of the returning stars, Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan. The action--and there's plenty of it--starts in Hong Kong, where Detective Lee (Chan) and his LA counterpart Detective Carter (Tucker) are attempting a vacation, only to get assigned to sleuth a counterfeiting scheme involving a Triad kingpin (John Lone), his lethal henchwoman (Zhang Ziyi, from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon) and an American billionaire (Alan King). Director Brett Ratner simply lets his stars strut their stuff, so it hardly matters that the plot is disposable, or that his direction is so bland he may well have directed the film from a phone in a Jacuzzi.

At its best, Rush Hour 2 compares favourably to Chan's glossiest Hong Kong hits, and when the action moves to Las Vegas (where Don Cheadle makes an unbilled cameo), the film goes into high-pitched hyper-drive, riding an easy wave of ambitious stunt-work and broad, derivative humour. However, echoes of Beverly Hills Cop are easy to see and stale ideas (including a comedic highlight for Jeremy Piven as a gay clothier) are made even more aggravating by dialogue that's almost Neanderthal in its embrace of retro-racial stereotypes. Of course, that's what makes Rush Hour 2 a palatable dish of mainstream comedy: it insults and comforts the viewer at the same time, and while some may find Tucker's relentless hamming unbearable, those who enjoyed Rush Hour are sure to appreciate another dose of Chan-Tucker lunacy. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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I just watched this out of boredom. This film is ridiculously funny. Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan gave me some laugh out loud moments, the fight scenes are fast frantic and funny. This will make you laugh so much it will hurt. Brilliantly acted and made my evening
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Wow went to see this film when it was on at the pictures. i liked the first film even though the reviews werent great. Once again the critics didnt rate this film that only made me more eager to see it. When the action gets going its non stop and if that doesnt get you hooked than the fact you will have trouble turning the dvd off through your tears of laughter will. The stunts of jackie chan are awesome and the gags match.
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I did not really enjoy the first Rush Hour, it was entertaining but not a film that I could watch too many times.
Rush Hour 2 is a completly different kettle of fish, it's excellent. It's almost the perfect comedey/action movie.
Both Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan are excellent as a comedy duo and both did their bit in the action/fighting scenes (obviously Jackie Chan's stunts and skills stood out)
I brought this after my friend recommended it, it did not dissapoint me and it won't dissapoint you. If you loved the first one you will love this, if you like action movies you will love this.........whatever your preferences you will love this.
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Those of you who have seen and enjoyed Rush hour will not be dissappointed by the sequel. The combination of Jackie Chan's unbelievable action with Chris Tucker's humour make yet again another hit. It is definitely worth watching and adding to any movie buffs collection. Fantastic!!!
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Once again on the screen duo deliver a really good action/comedy movie.

The beginning of the movie is quite slow but as the movie picks up pace it becomes more funnier and has more thrills. The story line is a bit flawed and sometimes can be confusing, but none the less, I did enjoy watching it and the addition of lots of added bonuses will surely please a lot of Rush Hour fans!
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James Carter comes to Hong Kong for a holiday with Inspector Lee. However at the same time a bomber is striking key American targets. Carter and Lee get drawn into an investigation into a counterfeiting ring run by Ricky Tan and his new partner Hu Li. Before long their up to their necks in trouble again.

The story doesn't matter because basically it's this - Carter talks funny to somebody while Lee is distracted, it then all kicks off and Lee does lots of fancy moves, it then moves to a different location and the pattern repeats again. Essentially that's it - but it doesn't matter, it worked the first time and it works again here. The story is better than the first film's, although the twists don't work as well as they think they do.

The main improvement since the first movie is that there's more fighting action. In RH Jackie Chan's fighting was toned down to make room for Tucker's comedy. In RH2 Chan is allowed to have much more action and the addition of Zhang Ziyi ups the ante all the more. Tucker still gets to do his big-mouthed comedy and have plenty of banter between him and Chan, be sexual with girls and fight. It's not breaking new ground but it's quite fun.

Chan and Tucker are very good, mainly because they're having fun and comfortable with each other. Lone adds class and menace as Ricky Tan and Sanchez adds spice as the beautiful Isabella. The best addition is Zhang Ziyi - she doesn't have any character but she can certainly move! The cast also has very funny cameos from Don Cheadle and Jeremy Piven - adding laughs and class.

The only problem with the film is that it is so very formulaic and is just a simple crowd pleaser.
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If you like it when Jackie grabs you by the seam of your pants and pulls till you die laughting, then this is the film for you. Once again accomapanied perfectly by Chris Tucker, the two of them work brilliently together to bring non-stop laughter. For once the sequal has out shone the first. Its the best jakie Chan film to date.I recomend this film to everyone.
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My favourite Jackie Chan movie, along with Chris Tucker who work so well together. I enjoyed the original Rush Hour, but Rush Hour 2 is by far the best. I could watch this film over, and over, and over again and never get bored. I just love the simple plot the film has, along with funny moments, martial arts and amazing stunts.
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