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Plot: While searching for the daughter of a Japanese publishing magnate, private investigator Ryu Saeba and his assistant Kaori are caught up in the middle of a cruise liner highjacking. It's up to Ryu to save the day...but can he do it on an empty stomach? Written by Christopher E. Meadows Runtime: 105 min Release Date: 16 Jan 1993
This movie was great. I ordered this movie and wasn't sure if I was going to like it, but I did. I also thought there wasn't going to be enough martial arts scenes, but I was wrong. There is lots! Even the humor made me laugh, and Hong Kong movies don't usually make me laugh. The fight scene between Gary Daniels and Jackie Chan is incredibly funny. They transform into characters from Street Fighter 2! I was also very impressed with the ending fight between Jackie Chan and Richard Norton. It is a good length, and well choreographed. I also liked this movie because it had all sorts <more>
of types of action: Explosions, fights, good gun play, etc. I have scene over 30 Jackie Chan movies, and this is probably my favorite. I suggest you buy City Hunter!
This is Jackie Chan's best film ever made. For all of you who have seen it you will understand. Extremely funny action-comedy that stars Chan as a dimwitted man who is looking for the presidents runaway daughter. He goes on a cruise, and gets tied up with terrorists. The best Chan film. EVERYONE should see this film. Unrated: Contains mild violence , zany humor.
Jackie's Best Comedy (by TheHande)
City Hunter was a movie that managed to surprise me in a positive way at almost every turn. The film is crazy like a good old fashion cartoon. It's based on a manga which only helped to introduce interesting characters. While watching it I simply laughed my head off.The movie combines the best aspects of Jackie's physical performance and comedy with some excellent cartoonish laughs. Also the homage fight to Bruce Lee's "Game of Death" was as up-lifting as it was surprising. The Street Fighter brawl was also a definite high point.While I sustain that "Who Am I?" <more>
is Jackie's definitive master-piece and his greatest serious film, City Hunter is a cartoony experience without comparison and for me is now Jackie's ultimate comedy-film.
Sure, this film has the broadest humour you'll ever witness in a Jackie Chan film and that includes Half a Loaf of Kung Fu , but City Hunter is a good time from start to finish. There's a ton of action, loads of babes, some weirdness, and even a musical number! It's not trying to be anything more than entertaining. I read in Jackie's biography that even he's not too fond of this film, but it's a true guilty pleasure for me.In a plot stolen from an episode of Inspector Gadget and that goes for you too, Under Siege , a load of terrorists are planning on hijacking a <more>
cruise ship and robbing everybody on board. Unluckily for them, City Hunter Chan is on board, looking for the daughter of a wealthy businessman, as well as Chan's sidekick who's in love with him , her cousin, who's in love with her, a female cop and her sidekick and a card dealer playing with a deadly deck. On the bad guy's side is martial arts guy Richard Norton, b-movie martial arts dude Gary Daniels, and even Mike Abbot of 'Godfrey Ho Ninja films' fame! Also, several thousand bad guys with machine guns. Being a Jackie film, you know how this plays out, so let's get to the set pieces instead. You've got Jackie taking on two huge black guys while Bruce Lee does the same on a cinema screen, a bonkers skateboard chase, and a truly insane sequence where Chan and Daniels take on each other as characters from Street Fighter 2. Chan's showdown with Norton is pretty nifty too. Weirdness wise, you've got Jackie imagining a woman's leg is a chicken drumstick, some animation, the above Street Fighter fight and the musical number which was missing from the video version of this film . Your enjoyment of this film may be down to your tolerance from slapstick, as there's tons of it here some complete with sound effects . It's a beautiful looking film too – loads of primary colours used to good effect. We've got two small kids and apart from Gorgeous, this is the only Jackie Chan film we can show them at their age although it is a bit violent, but you haven't met my kids .
Funniest Jackie Chan film I have ever seen! (by Andrew_P)
This film is one of the funniest Jackie Chan films I have ever seen! It is full of comic action from start to finish, including a skateboard chase, quirky shopping-center mishaps, a nice tribute to Bruce Lee, and some HK pop song. The parody of the popular "Street Fighter" arcade game was particularly amusing. The whole movie is admittedly a little weird and I can't really describe it well. It has a bit of a Bollywood feel about it, but don't let that put you off. This film is in my opinion, one of the best pieces of Kung Foolery on the planet! If you do have broadband I <more>
would suggest that you check out the trailer on the IMDb database as it gives an accurate perception of the movie.
I thought this movie is simply extraordinary from the beginning... (by fantasy-drizzt)
I consider this film different compared with other Jackie's films, but as good as his best films. The beginning scene with those cartoon like bubbles and some deliberate over-acting etc was already so funny. The movie has really great action, beautiful female stars, breath-taking scenes, especially in the upper sections of the ship; on the ropes and lots of humor especially the street fighter-game scene . I just think this film has a really special atmosphere all along and very entertaining to watch. Good martial artists along with Jackie perform in this film. I can recommend this film <more>
to all good action fans. One thing though was I didn't consider too funny were those two male Chinese comedians ? in the film...
I think this was the first "true" Jackie Chan movie I've seen...I was blown away by the stunts and fighting, but wow, this is ridiculous! I love it!!!! It's very bizarre, and really colorful. More or less, it's "Under Siege," but with Wong Jing's typical "anything goes" goofiness! A lot of people I know hate this, but I absolute adore this live-action cartoon...I guess you just have to be of a certain type to enjoy it...and oh yeh, it has the finest selection of great-looking women I've ever seen in one film!
Chan the Man (by gurghi-2)
This movie is, so far, not available in the U.S., except on imported laserdisc which isn't subtitled, unfortunately . A few years ago I had the great pleasure to see, as part of a week-long run of Jackie's films at a local revival house, a subtitled print.Some movies feel like they're funneled straight into your bloodstream, and this was one of them- everything about it was/is electric. Not your typical Jackie; there are some great stunts and, of course, some terrific fighting, but the movie is distinguished by a formidable cast and outrageous gimmickry. A year later I rented the <more>
laserdisc, watched it sans dialogue- still quite enjoyable. Of note: a fight on the cruise-ship theatre, one which mimics the Lee/Kareem scene in "Game of Death" that's playing on the theatre's screen... Jackie becoming the 'Street Fighter' characters in rapid succession don't ask, it must be seen to be believed ... the Gambit-like card dealer... a couple of twins who could best be described as the Asian answer to Kid N'Play.Refreshing also are the villains, stereotypically white one-and- all. Nice change of pace after so many movies with Asian baddies.
totally bonkers and all the best for it (by Quinoa1984)
This is silly. This is ludicrous. This is like 80's-style Troma comedy here. Very stupid, a lot of juvenile sex jokes and oggling at breasts which, at one point, turn into hamburgers for the starving Jackie Chan character, Ryu Saeba, the 'City Hunter' , and it finally reveals its plot about or more than halfway into the movie as a intentionally? lame die-hard ripoff only this time on a cruise ship and a casino where wacky musical numbers and James Bond-esque card games ensue.Yes, it's all of these things. Plus it's a Jackie Chan movie, a classic- style Chan flick. Which <more>
means all put together, it's a tall glass of guilty pleasure shake with a side of HOLY CRAP JACKIE CHAN CAN DO THAT?! The movie knows exactly what it is from the start as Ryo explains how he is taking care of a little girl that was left to him by a dying friend already its silly as the dying man speaks normal one second, dying next , and then the girl grows up. Yeah, she's a character, but that's not the sorta story here. Loose as possible, and a lot of twists happen so that it gets to that cruise ship: Ryo is hired by a guy to bring his daughter back home. She sneaks on the ship, Ryo follows, and wackiness ensues with a bunch of terrorists many of them in red jumpsuits not unlike the Foot from Ninja Turtles , and the main bad guy is not even a take on the Die Hard villain but rather the Die Hard II villain, complete with solo work-out in a bedroom. Holy biceps and pectoral muscles Batman!This whole thing with City Hunter, down to its name which does get a theme song and ala Black Dynamite, is a live action cartoon. But if you're in the mood for it, if you just wanna wind down with something that does not take itself seriously for a nano-second, this is where you can go. Oh, and while the Jackie Chan action isn't there completely from start to finish, when it finally gets into it in say the last twenty, twenty-five minutes, it's approximately what you'd hope for: daring, high-flying, magical really. What could this guy NOT do for his art?