Rumble in the Bronx
Starring: Jackie Chan, Anita Mui, Francoise Yip, Bill Tung, Marc Akerstream
Directed by: Stanley Tong
Produced by: New Line Cinema, Golden Harvest, Maple Ridge Films
Distributed by: Buena Vista, Roadshow
|A- A- A-|
|Review by Xibo
||Date seen: March 1, 1996|
|Viewing Location: Secaucus
|Summary: One of Jackie's better films.|
|Jackie Chan stars in this kung fu movie set in the Bronx. The storyline
is lame and unbelievable, but the martial arts action more than makes up
for it. I simply haven't seen martial arts done this well in a long, long
time. Another negative for the film is that some parts are dubbed. But
making up for that is a very unique chase scene involving a hovercraft.
Overall, the movie is great fun and I recommend it. |
|B B B|
|Review by Finrod
||Date seen: 0, 2000|
|Viewing Location: dvd
|Summary: Good introduction to Jackie Chan|
|This is a good introduction to Jackie Chan for those who haven't seen him before, and one of his better movies back before he got involved making movies for American movie studios. It translates better to American audiences than most of his dubbed movies do.
"I should put quotes here."