Rush Hour

Rush Hour
Rush Hour

Year

1998

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

East meets West in this culture-clash action comedy. Martial-arts star Jackie Chan plays Hong Kong detective Inspector Lee. When the young daughter of an old friend is kidnapped, Lee is asked to come to America to find her, against the advice of the FBI. Unhappy at having their wishes ignored, the FBI assign loudmouth Los Angeles cop James Carter to keep Lee away from the real investigation. The two have nothing in common - except a desire to find the girl and solve the case. Can the martial-arts expert and the fast-talker put their differences aside and work together?

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This film has several uses of moderate bad language.

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