Rush Hour 3

Banking on the off-chance that audiences have so missed the comic pairing of helium-voiced motormouth Chris Tucker and action legend Jackie Chan, director Brett Ratner and screenwriter Jeff Nathanson serve up a lazy rehash of the first two installments of the RUSH HOUR franchise. It's been three years since Hong Kong's Inspector Lee (Chan) and LAPD detective...read more

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Rush Hour 3
01:07 — Mis-matched cops Lee and Carter head to France to investigate an attempted assassination of a world leader.
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Mismatched cops head to Paris to unravel a plot by Triad gangs to assassinate a Chinese diplomat in this sequel.

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Mismatched cops head to Paris to unravel a plot by Triad gangs to assassinate a Chinese diplomat in this sequel.

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  • Released: 2007
  • Rating: PG-13
  • Review: Banking on the off-chance that audiences have so missed the comic pairing of helium-voiced motormouth Chris Tucker and action legend Jackie Chan, director Brett Ratner and screenwriter Jeff Nathanson serve up a lazy rehash of the first two installments of… (more)

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