Three years later in the sequel, Tucker and Chan had found their groove, even if the movie did not have as many good laughs and great stunt work. Now, though, it is an awkward Greatest Hits Reunion Show, and neither one of them seem up to the task
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.
I love Rush Hour!!! Jackie Chan was one of my favorite actors to watch while growing up. Jackie and Chris Tucker make for a unique, odd pair in this movie. Lots of laughs and great fighting.\nMy friends and I would quote those movie all the time!!
I thought I was going to get two separate DVDs. Instead, I got one (1) DVD with two movies back-to-back. The first side was good; when I flipped the DVD over to see the second movie, it didn't give me the choice of using subtitles, which I ALWAYS use. Because of this, we were unwilling to watch the movie. Waste of my money.