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    Rush Hour

    Detective James Carter FBI, a big-mouthed work-alone Los Angeles cop and they both soon realize that they can';t stand each other.    
    Duration: 97 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1998
    IMDb: 7
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    shialabuff Anonymous
    did anyone else see 2 people in the corner of the picture at 43:21?
    2018-02-19 15:02

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  • Actors of "Rush Hour"

  • Characters of "Rush Hour"

    Sang. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Ken Leung
    Lee. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Jackie Chan
    Thomas. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Tom Wilkinson
    Consul Han. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Tzi Ma
    First Caucasian. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Robert Littman
    Soo Yung. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Julia Hsu
    Carter. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Chris Tucker
    Clive. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Chris Penn
    Consul Secretary. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Yang Lin
    Soo Yung's Bodyguard. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Roger Fan
    Soo Yung's Driver. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: George Cheung
    Exposition Official. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Lucy Lin
    Agent Dan Whitney. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Rex Linn
    Agent Warren Russ. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Mark Rolston
    Johnson. Character of Rush Hour
    Captain William Diel. Character of Rush Hour
    Kid at Theatre. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Jason Davis
    Stucky. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: John Hawkes
    Taxi Driver. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Gene LeBell
    Cigaweed Man. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Wayne King
    Pool Player. Character of Rush Hour
    Pool Hall Doorman. Character of Rush Hour
    Luke. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Clifton Powell
    Market Clerk. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Matthew Barry
    FBI Gate Guard #1. Character of Rush Hour
    Another Agent. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Kevin Lowe
    FBI Agent at Building. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Billy Devlin
    Bomb Practice Sergeant. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Tommy Bush
    Bobby. Character of Rush Hour
    Chin. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Albert Wong
    Foo Chow Waitress. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Lydia Look
    Japanese Tourist. Character of Rush Hour
    Juntao's Man. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Ken Lo
    Socialite. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Frances Fong
    Convention Center Agent. Character of Rush Hour
    Played by: Robert Kotecki
  • Directors of "Rush Hour"

    Brett Ratner. Director of Rush Hour
    Brett Ratner
    Birthdate: 28 March 1969, Miami Beach, Florida, USA
  • Creators of "Rush Hour"

    Ross LaManna. Director of Rush Hour
    Ross LaManna
    Jim Kouf. Director of Rush Hour
    Jim Kouf
    Birthdate: 24 July 1951, Hollywood, California, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Rush Hour"

    Chicago Reader
    October 14, 2008

    The contrast between Tucker's motormouth and Chan's man of few words should be funnier, but the plot -- which is cliched without quite becoming self-reflexive -- and the uneven pace dampen most of their moments.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    Much of the best dialogue, you suspect, was improvised by Tucker and Chan, who seem truly taken with each other and make a delightful, ordinary-extraordinary pair.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 18, 2002

    Rush Hour is a righteous title for an action comedy, and that's only the beginning.

    Los Angeles Times
    February 14, 2001

    Rush Hour effectively teams Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker in a formulaic but funny action comedy that should please fans of both stars.

    Salon.com
    January 01, 2000

    Hollywood calculation can't match the primitive eager-to-please quality that made those Hong Kong films refreshing; they were appealing because they were so free of irony.

    Arizona Republic
    January 01, 2000

    What a lousy movie!

    7M Pictures
    January 05, 2014

    a big heap of fun

    Groucho Reviews
    December 29, 2010

    Chan...can make something out of nothing, while Ratner's chief skills seem to be talking himself into the director's chair and hiring the right people. [Blu-ray]

    IGN DVD
    December 15, 2010

    A lightweight, but highly enjoyable buddy cop movie elevated by its two lead stars.

    Common Sense Media
    October 19, 2010

    Buddy cop fun amidst explosions, bad guys, and language.

    TheMovieReport.com
    April 03, 2009

    The action and stunt scenes are not on a par with those in Chan's HK efforts.

    Empire Magazine
    October 18, 2008

    By the book buddy-buddy movie. This is a weakly scripted parade of set-pieces which aren't as exciting as regular Jackie Chan films.

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