Rush Hour 3

Film, Action and adventure
1 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

1 out of 5 stars
The enormously bad latest entry in the odd-couple comedy-action cop franchise sees the shrill Detective James Carter (Tucker) and long-suffering Chief Inspector Lee (Chan) going up against the Triads in Paris (don’t ask). It’s lazily racist, sexist and homophobic, insultingly shoddy in its construction and even the fight scenes are dull. There are perhaps two good bits: the (presumably) tongue-in-cheek montage of melancholy after our heroes’ obligatory falling-out and the rueful realisation of a French cabbie that ‘I will never know what it is to be an American; what it is to kill for no reason.’ Oh, and marvelling at how palpably ashamed Von Sydow is of his dodgy diplomat shtick – and, one hopes, the whole thing.

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Release details

Rated:
12A
Release date:
Friday August 10 2007
Duration:
0 mins

Cast and crew

Director:
Brett Ratner
Screenwriter:
Jeff Nathanson
Cast:
Jackie Chan
Chris Tucker
Hiroyuki Sanada
Noemie Lenoir
Yvan Attal
Zhang Jingchu
Youki Kudoh
Max von Sydow
Roman Polanski