Jackie Chan: My Stunts (1999)

Jackie Chan: My Stunts (1999)





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Jackie Chan has become known for doing the dangerous stunts his characters perform in the films. This documentary, hosted by the actor, shows how some of those stunts were rehearsed and what happens when some of the stunts go wrong.
Action & Adventure , Documentary , Television
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The Jackie Chan Group


Critic Reviews for Jackie Chan: My Stunts

All Critics (2)

Awesome documentary. Jackie reveals all. A joy to watch him work, especially when he gets mad.

August 14, 2003

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July 27, 2005

Audience Reviews for Jackie Chan: My Stunts

Cold Mountain - It's a well made film with good acting and cinematography. It's not my type of movie, but since it was nominated for a bunch of Academy Awards and did nearly $100M at the box office, I wanted to see it. It's a love story set during the Civil War. Jude Law plays a Confederate deserter who must travel through a long distance to return to his love (played by Nicole Kidman) while being persued by Confederate soldiers. Because he's Jude Law, he has to push away advances from various hotties (including Natalie Portman) during his journey. What's interesting and great is the way the love story is told so convincingly despite Jude Law's character being is a man of few words. Renee Zellweger's character also brought some fun to the straight-forward love story. Red Trousers - Robin Shou's documentary about Hong Kong stuntmen is kinda interesting - although a lot of the stuff seem like something I've already seen or heard from other documentaries on Hong Kong films. The film within the documentary is also really, really bad; the fight choreography is not bad tho. I'm glad it's only used to illustrate the stunts. Still, it kinda feels like the documentary is an after-thought - as if he realized how incredibly bad his film was during shooting so he just kept the behind the scene stuff, added some interviews with a couple high profile stuntmen (Sammo, the Leung family), and turned it into a documentary. Jackie Chan: My Stunts - Since I reviewed Red Trousers, I might as well review this documentary on the stuntwork on Jackie's films as a comparison. I saw this several years ago. It's simply the best documentary ever made about Hong Kong stuntwork and fight choreography. It's as if you have Jackie Chan, the man responsible for changing the way Hong Kong action films were made, unveiling the magic behind his films. Oh wait, that is Jackie Chan! He not only shows you how some of the stunts in his films were done, but he also shows you how it was edited and where the camera was placed. With Jackie, you get it from different perspectives - as stuntman, director, and editor. As far as documentaries go, this is one of the greats. It's too bad Documentaries weren't that popular then, because this would have scored really well with critics - even though the appeal may not be too wide.

Senh Duong
Senh Duong

[u]Jackie Chan: My Stunts[/u] A documentary detailing why Jackie Chan is Buster Keaton with a black belt, and why Chinese stuntmen are out of their motherflipping minds. Recommended if you can get through the Bad English (I sure can). [u]The Color of Money[/u] A good Scorsese flick with a very frustrating ending. Was it really necessary to leave you hanging like that at the end. Nevertheless, a fine performance from permanent cool dude Paul Newman.

Frank C.
Frank C.

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