Rush Hour 3 (2007)
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  • I can onlu hope that they don't decide to do like the Die hard franchise or the Lethal Weapon franchise and make a fouth movie

    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      Rush Hour 3, directed by Brett Ratner is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for sequences of action violence, sexual content, nudity and language. The original release date was August 10, 2007 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Action/Comedy/Crime/Thriller and stars Chris Tucker as Detective James Carter and

      Jackie Chan as Cheif Inspector Lee.

      The third installation of the Rush Hours saga where James and Lee team up once again to take on the bad guys who tried to assassinate Ambassador Han.

      Oh my goodess…why oh why. It seems that they didn’t learn lesson from the second time around. After seeing that they didn’t do such ...

      • a great job at Rush Hour 2, why did they feel the need to create a Rush Hour 3? Oh, I cna answer that…it’s just not complete without making it a trilogy.

        Everybody wants to make a trilogy to compete with the big boys of the movie industry.

        Not to seem to bashful, this movie does have some

        high points. It is rather entertaining, even though you get the feel like your still watching the first movie over and over again. There is no originality, no flare, no fireworks…nothing new.

        I can onlu hope that they don’t decide to do like the Die hard franchise or the Lethal Weapon franchise and make a fouth movie.

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