Shanghai Noon

Shanghai Noon

DVD - 2000
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Two cultures collide when East meets West in Shanghai Noon. Chan goes West to rescue the beautiful kidnapped Princess Pei Pei. When he meets up with laid-back outlaw cowboy dude Roy O'Bannon the best mismatch ever made in the rough and tumble Old West.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Touchstone Home Video, [2000]
ISBN: 9780788824166
0788824163
Branch Call Number: PN1997 .S5366 2000
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (110 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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Libraryman1_0
May 20, 2014

Fun mixed blending of comedy, martial arts action and the western film genres, make for a laughfest that never stops. Jackie Chan and Owen WIlson are a team that work so well together, and the action itself happens at such a fast pace, that should you blink, you'll miss it. Thoroughly enjoyable romp.

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akirakato
May 18, 2014

This is a 2000 American adventure comedy starring Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson.
Set in Nevada and other parts of the American West in the 19th century, it is a juxtaposition of
a western with a kung-fu action film with extended martial arts sequences.
The story involves two men of different personalities and ethnicities---a Chinese imperial guard
and a Western outlaw---who team up to stop a crime.
Although the storyline seems somewhat ridiculous, you should be able to laugh to death from time to time.

lasertravis Jan 04, 2014

Very good western action comedy hybrid. Funny from start to finish. The Jackie Chan action sequences actually are the low point of this film to me. The dialogue and comedic timing and chemistry between Owen Wilson and Jackie is great. If you don't think Owen Wilson is funny, you will likely not like this movie.

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bdls206
Aug 08, 2011

I liked this movie, Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson have great chemistry. I would highly recommend this movie to fans of action flicks as well as to fans of goof ball comedies.

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Teyfor8Wyoma
Jun 09, 2010

So funny, especially the drinking game scene!

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bdls206
Aug 08, 2011

Roy O'Bannon: Now I'm gonna have to get rid of my outlaw name, it just won't work anymore. My real name's Wyatt Earp.

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bdls206
Aug 08, 2011

Marshal Nathan Van Cleef: How about that? It's a Mexican standoff. Only we ain't got no Mexicans.

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bdls206
Aug 08, 2011

Roy O'Bannon: Ooooh... who's the pretty lady?
Chon Wang: That's my wife!
Roy O'Bannon: How long you been in this country?
Chon Wang: Four days.
Roy O'Bannon: Nice work.

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bdls206
Aug 08, 2011

Chon Wang: I got an idea: why don't I pretend I'm sick, and then you can attack the guard when they come in?
Roy O'Bannon: Oh, you mean the sick prisoner routine? Does that still work in China? 'Cause here it's sorta been done to death.

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black_panda_532
Apr 03, 2017

black_panda_532 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over

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bdls206
Aug 08, 2011

bdls206 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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Teyfor8Wyoma
Sep 07, 2010

Teyfor8Wyoma thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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bdls206
Aug 08, 2011

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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Teyfor8Wyoma
Sep 07, 2010

Sexual Content: Mild

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bdls206
Aug 08, 2011

Jackie Chan plays a Chinese man who travels to the Wild West to rescue a kidnapped princess. After teaming up with a train robber, the unlikely duo takes on a Chinese traitor and his corrupt boss.

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