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Ezequiel Castellanos 4 years ago
no thanks :(
Sasha 4 years ago
More enjoyable than the first.
Anders Klingsheim over 5 years ago
Always nice to see Chan. Far from good as Rush hour
Justin L. Clemons over 5 years ago
I wonder if Jackie Chan did his own stunts in this movie? I enjoyed this.
Kakra almost 7 years ago
Robyn Wilde 13 days ago
Don Lathrop 7 months ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Hiram Soto 2 years ago
Anastasia 3 years ago
Dan 3 years ago
Daniel Duval 3 years ago
Deanna Colt 3 years ago
Lisa Witberg over 3 years ago
Eduardo Gez over 3 years ago
Nicola Grosu over 3 years ago
Josh Persky over 3 years ago
Kieran Lyne 4 years ago
Shanghai Knights is a 2003 action-comedy film. It is the sequel to Shanghai Noon. It was directed by David Dobkin and written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar. The film opens in the Forbidden City in 1887, where Chon Lin (Fann Wong) is drinking tea with her father, the Keeper of the Imperial Seal of China. She tells him her brother, Chon Wang (Jackie Chan), is doing well as a sheriff in Carson City, Nevada, United States, but her father replies that her brother is dead to him. At that moment, Lord Nelson Rathbone (Aidan Gillen), leads a band of Boxers into the city, who attack the Keeper. Rathbone stabs him and leaves with the seal. As he lies dying, he gives Lin a puzzle box and a letter to Chon Wang. Back in the Wild West, Chon Wang is doing well as sheriff, having captured an impressive array of fugitives. His deputy is relaxing with a book called "Roy O'Bannon Vs. The Mummy", a highly fictionalized account of the events of the first film that now portrays Wang's "Shanghai Kid" as...
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