Rush Hour 3 Reviews
- Sorry, Lee. You can't be black. There's a height requirement."
The third (and final?) installment in the 'Rush Hour' series is the worst of them all. The change of scenery just doesn't help if the makers are lacking new ideas.
It took 6 years to get Tucker to participate in the film. Tucker's just been sittin' around his mansion, enjoying all the money he's got from the series. Another 20 million and Tucker's in it again. The major reason to why 'Rush Hour 3' fails completely is the before mentioned lack of new ideas but also the fact that Tucker seems kinda uninterested to the role. His jokes are "funny" but they're all the same as in the first two films.
'Rush Hour 3' brings nothing new to the series. In my opinion, it would've been best that this film would never been made. The first two ones seemed, even though they are basically the same, kinda fresh to the buddy cop genre, but 'Rush Hour 3' is a 90 minute waste of time.
I've heard rumors of a fourth installment to the series. According to the interweb, Tucker's still agreed to make a film, based on the contract he made with the film company. Will it be another 'Rush Hour' or something else? Hoping on something else...
The unlikely cop duo, continue their unique brand of crime-fighting and high-kicking comedy. This time around, LAPD Detective James Carter and Chinese Chief Inspector Lee must travel to Paris to battl...( read more )e a wing of the Chinese organized crime family, the Triads.