Rush Hour Trilogy

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Box set containing the first three movies from the 'Rush Hour' film series. In 'Rush Hour' (1998), on the eve of Britain's handover of Hong Kong, Detective Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) retrieves a valuable haul of art treasures from the villainous Sang (Ken Leung), henchman of crime boss Juntao. Two months later, Lee is called to Los Angeles when Sang kidnaps the daughter of Lee's friend, Han (Tzi Ma). The FBI, angered by Lee's involvement in what they see as their case, insist that he is partnered with their own disgraced detective, the unorthodox James Carter (Chris Tucker). Lee and Carter immediately clash, but the two men gradually develop a grudging respect for each other as they follow a series of clues to Sang's whereabouts. In 'Rush Hour 2' (2001) Detective Carter (Tucker) is on holiday visiting his friend Detective Lee (Chan) in Hong Kong. During Carter's stay a bomb goes off at the US consulate, and this means the old buddies are soon back working together, joining forces to track down the bombers. It looks like Triad gangster Ricky Tan (John Lone) is the man responsible, but he's not going to give himself up easily, so Carter and Lee get back in the saddle and give chase once again. In 'Rush Hour 3' (2007), while in Paris, Chief Inspector Lee's (Chan) latest assignment is to escort and to protect Chinese Ambassador Han (Tzi Ma) as he delivers a major address before the World Criminal Court Summit in Los Angeles. While delivering his announcement, he is shot and nearly killed. Meanwhile, former LAPD Detective James Carter (Tucker), who has recently been demoted to traffic duty, just happens to be listening to the radio when the tragedy occurs. He rushes to the scene to help, but instead interferes with Lee's pursuit of the culprit. To get his status back, Carter teams up with Lee one more time to help track down the assassins. With the trail leading to Paris, both will find themselves in unfamiliar territory.

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Rush Hour Trilogy|Hiroyuki Sanada
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Rush Hour 1-3
Region 2
Extras 2
Languages(s): English, Subtitles: English, Interactive Menu, Screen ratio 1:1.78
Extras 3
Behind the Scenes, Biographies, Bonus Footage, Bonus Tracks: RUSH HOUR: Two music videos, Cast and Filmmakers Notes, Commentary: RUSH HOUR 2: Commentary, production commentary by Brett Ratner (director) RUSH HOUR 3: Commentary by Brett Ratner (director) and Jeff Nathanson (writer), alternate ending commentary by Brett Ratner and Jeff Nathanson, Documentaries: RUSH HOUR: Short film - 'What Happened to Mason Reese?', 17 featurettes RUSH HOUR 2: 'Jackie Chan's Hong Kong Introduction', 'Culture Clash: East Meets West', 'Language Barrier', 'Attaining International Stardom', 'Kung Fu Choreography', 'Lady Luck' - a student film by Brett Ratner (director), 'Evolution of a Scene', 'Fashion of Rush Hour', 'Visual Effects Deconstruction', Easter Egg RUSH HOUR 3: 'The Making of Rush Hour 3', Visual Effects Reel, Hidden Easter egg, alternate ending, Filmographies, Image Gallery, Making of Documentary, Production Notes, Outtakes, Trailers
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Director: Brett Ratner Producer: Roger Birnbaum Producer: Jay Stern Producer: Andrew Z. Davis Producer: Arthur Sarkissian Writer: Jonathan Glickman Writer: Jeff Nathanson Music: Lalo Schifrin Actor: Hiroyuki Sanada Actor: Youki Kudoh Actor: Max von Sydow Actor: Yvan Attal Actor: Noemie Lenoir Actor: Jingchu Zhang Actor: Henry O Actor: Roman Polanski Actor: Jackie Chan Actor: Chris Tucker Actor: Tom Wilkinson Actor: Philip Baker Hall Actor: Mark Rolston Actor: John Lone Actor: Tzi Ma Actor: Alan King Actor: Rex Linn Actor: Roselyn Sanchez Actor: Leggy Leung Actor: Harris Yulin Actor: Christopher Penn Actor: Zhang Ziyi Actor: Elizabeth Pena Actor: Kenneth Tsang Actor: Robert Littman Actor: Saul Rubinek Actor: Jeremy Piven

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