Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker return as Inspectors Lee and Carter. This time the Chinese ambassador has been shot by the worst criminal organization in the world, the Triad, during a council. When the ambassador’s daughter gets kidnapped, the story leads the cops to Paris, where they work to destroy the Triads for good.
Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Chris Tucker, Jackie Chan, Hiroyuki Sanada, Youki Kudoh, Max von Sydow, Yvan Attal, NoÃƒÂ©mie Lenoir, Jingchu Zhang, Tzi Ma, Roman Polanski, Henry O, Michael Chow
Lay and I saw this last night at AMC Westshore. I was hopingÃ‚Â that seeingÃ‚Â it at Westshore might mitigate the noise problem I expected from a bunch ofÃ‚Â kids that might see it atÃ‚Â Veterans. Unfortunately, the movie was spoiled for us by a lady sitting about three seats over. Her kid kicked the back of the seatÃ‚Â in front of him though out the movie, despite the seat occupant giving themÃ‚Â “the look.” But the worst was the lady herself carrying on a conversation with theÃ‚Â movie during the entire show. Several couples in the moved. Why theater managers don’t do a better job of checking on noise, I’ll never understand.Ã‚Â
The first two were pretty good comedy movies staring both Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker as cop partners with a typical plot with good action mixed with comedy. This one follows the same structure. If you liked the first two, you will most likely enjoy this one. There are, as expected, lots of action scenes and again Chris Tucker’s character delivers a lot of the jokes and Jackie Chan’s still got the awesome moves, but I thought this one was a bit more tame.
It was the usual plot that started with an attempted murder, the bad guy disguised as the good guy, and a kidnapping. It was good and I’m glad the series is still working but perhaps the series should end here. It’s hard to tell, but usually 3 movies is enough and the first one started like 10 years ago so its a rather large gap. The movie delivered a few laughs, some action scenes, and for what it was I thought it stayed true to its pedigree.