Well, what can I say? I like good movies, though I wouldn't say movies are my life. I know most of my favorite movies' lines (i.e. Pride & Prejudice, V for Vendetta, The Sound of Music songs and bits of all the others) PLEASE, Do not add me unless I know you in real life or at least we have a high MCT score.
Ok, there are really nice action scenes (of course there are, it's Jackie Chan!) : I won't be the first nor the last to say that the fight on the roof was great. But, unfortunately, as it happens in all other Jackie Chan movies, the action's good and the plot is absolute paltriness.
Ok, I didn't see l'Auberge Espagnole, but I know I liked this one. When I say liked, I mean: Not mad about it, but I found it quite good. The kind of movie you enjoy the first time, but wouldn't watch again. The cast is of course, amazing (Romain Duris, Audrey Tautou, Kevin Bishop but mainly Kelly Reilly) but the movie itself... Well, there was nice character development, funny bits here and there, very very good direction, with Xavier's point of view and some of his thoughts shown inside the "real-life" and all but (it was coming, there is a but) there was too much unnecessary nudity and it sometimes gets plain boring. Overall, I wouldn't say I regret seeing it, but I definitely could have died in peace without it. I mean, it didn't deserve its place on "Must see before I die"