• 电影名称 Shanghai Knights

  • ——A Royal Kick In The Arse
  • 中文名称 上海正午2:上海骑士
  •  类型  动作 / 冒险 / 喜剧
  •  国家  美国 / 中国香港
  •  语言  英语 / 普通话
  •  时长  1 hr 54 min (114 min)
  • 上映时间 7 February 2003 (USA)
It's an odd thing, this syndrome where people seem to automatically dislikea sequel more than the original. I don't know whether its subconscious orwhat but the IMDb proves it; Almost everywhere I go, people seem to agree(at least movie lovers) that "Aliens" is even better than "Alien", yet"Aliens" ...
I saw this movie only to accompany my children, but I absolutely loved it!Had never seen a Jackie Chan movie, but now I want to see Shanghai Noontoo,so we will rent that one. There were several adult references and I don'tmean sexually, but funny references only adults would remember. Be suretostay...
This movie is actually funny and entertaining. I wasn't expecting muchbecause the past several Jackie Chan films, Rush Hour sequels and theTuxedo, have sucked. But, the duo of Chan and Wilson really worked. Thewhole Sherlock Holms gag with the author and the Charlie Chan kid were veryfunny. IT wa...
The only people who should feel insulted by this posting are the twocollege bred guys I was making fun of the other day because they wereusing points from this movie to try to win an argument.Even a history fan such as myself can enjoy the thing.To point out historical inaccuracies, I will have to r...
Well, a Lifetime Achievement Oscar may be the only category that's open tothe aging but impish martial arts virtuoso, Jackie Chan, whose latestseries-sequel, "Shanghai Knights" is...excellent, fun,entertaining.My kid got into Jackie Chan films a while back and we have a half-shelf of$5.99 videotapes...
Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson get together again in "Shanghai Knights," thesequel to "Shanghai Noon." It's difficult to say which I like better,although the two seem a little more at home in "Noon." "Knights" is a movienot to be taken seriously. The soundtrack attests to that, being mostlyBritish i...
*Minor Spoilers!*Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson reprise their characters of Wang and O'Bannon inthis second installment of the series. I hope there will be athird!Chan's slapstick fight sequences are even better here than in Shanghai Noon. They're bigger, better and there are more of them! In additio...
Went to see this film today and I still have a smile on my face. It alldepends on what you want from a movie. If you want to go and beentertainedand laugh for a few hours and see one of the best film chemistry betweentwoactors in film history, then you will enjoy this movie. This is just afeelgoo...
This sequel is actually better and funnier than the original. It also hascooler fight scenes too. It is actually a pretty good movie. I laughedreally hard in the theater. The story is about a former chinese warrior ChonWang (Jackie Chan) who after his father gets killed by a ruthless heir ofthe thro...
The implied promise of a sequel is that it will give you what you got fromthe first movie, but that promise is often broken. Shanghai Knights is anexception, giving the audience that same mix of goofy dialogue and slapstickmartial arts that made the first movie so much fun. This time the duo heads...
Fresh out after his box-office bomb The Tuxedo, Jackie Chan is back, againplaying the role of Chon Wang. In this sequel to Shanghai Noon, Wang andRoyO'Bannon (Owen Wilson) are in different parts of the country: Chon inNevada, Roy in New York. However, after Chon's father is killed by LordRathbone (A...
A funny comedy with Owen Wilson and Jackie Chan, this is the secondmovie of the story of the friends Chon Wang and Roy O'Bannon, nowstarring Wang's sister the cute Chon Lin!Mixing reality with fictionThis story we also have as characters Charles Chaplin, Jack The Ripper,the Royal Family (of England)...
To be honest with you, I hate sequels to comedies. They're almost alwaysrehashes.But every so often, a diamond in the rough comes along. Shanghai Knights isa very fitting sequel. It has energy, unlike many other films the past fewyears, it has a very "Indiana Jones" style to it. Also different fr...
* Terrible * * Below Par * * * Not Bad * * * * Good * * * * *BrilliantWARNING *MINOR SPOILERS* Now here's something that I wasn't expecting.A sequel that is better thanthe original.'Shanghai Knights' I think it is safe to say is Jackie Chansbest Hollywood movie to date.Again teaming up with Owen Wi...
[CONTAINS SPOILERS] It has been six years since the last heroic adventures ofChonWang and his laid-back pal Roy O'Bannon. Our story begins inForbiddenCity, China in 1887 at Chon Wang's old home. His father and hissister,Chow Lin, sit before the Imperial Seal, an ancient stone the familyhasguar...
If anybody says this movie is not funny they have a problem. OwenWilson has a very hard to understand comedy style. Many weakminded peoples may not understand such greatness. He is one ofthe funniest humans in the business. (note that i said"humans")Jackie Chan is the best martial artist/actor in th...
This movie was decidedly lacking. After the humorous "Shanghai Noon",Wilson and Chan team up again to lay an egg. This was awful. It cameacross as a poorly choreographed rehashing of every move Jackie Chan hasever made. I stopped it half way through to watch Law and Order for someworthwhile ente...
Absolutely awful, purely a money maker for all those involved. Actingterrible, fight scenes pathetic, comedy not funny, storyline....defiesbelief.. One of the few films I have ever walked out on. So pleased to getout from this abysmal film...
Cliched to the max, painful to the end, the credits were better than thefilm itself.It does not take much of an eye or past experience with films to predictwhat is about to happen next is this waste of Jackie Chan's abilities.The slapstick is a telegraphed, predictable mess, the fight scenes are oft...
This movie is really a piece of s**t !!!Though I went to watch this movie without any expectation, I didn't expectit was such a BAD movie. Jackie Chan was the key factor to the disaster.Hisacting was real bad ! His so-called "kung-fu" was just craps. To beprecise,he's more like a circus man (a clown...
Shanghai Knights is a hilarious movie that any Jackie or Owen fan has towatch. I enjoyed the whole movie from the start to the end. Even thoughthe plot was somewhat predictable, the moves and jokes put up by thedualsare worth the ticket price themselves.A++++++...
I have come to the conclusion: I only go to Jackie Chan movies to seespectacular stunts and cool fight scenes. This movie was like a dancemoviefor guys. The fight scenes are more than punching and kicking. The fightscenes are beautifully choreographed dances. The fight scene in Englandwith the g...
I watched this movie in Singapore, where the focus was ostensibly on theinclusion of the native Singaporean actress, Fann Wong. Watching herperformance in the movie as Jackie Chan's "baby sister" Chon Lin was atreat. She lights up the screen with her fair, luminous and graceful screenpresence, and...
Shanghai Knights (2003): Dir: David Dobkin / Cast: Jackie Chan, OwenWilson, Fann Wong, Aidan Gillen, Donnie Yen: Sequel to Shanghai Noonwith a title that suggests storybook themes in a way that Owen Wilsonattempts to impress people with bogus adventures, plus it referencesclassic films and actors. Y...
Like it's predecessor "Shanghai Knights" has a nice mix of action andhumour, and in Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson, two actors who clearlyenjoy working together, and playing these characters. Like "ShanghaiNoon" this movie bounds from one Chaplin-esque fight and gag toanother.The Great Seal of China is...
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