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The only possible surprise in The Tuxedo would be an extended demonstration of what was once Chan's trademark, the daffily choreographed kineticism forbidden of late by either his own age or the scruples of story editors.
For the first time in Chan's glorious career, credits for various fx-oriented skills far outnumber those for stunts and fight choreography, always in the past the beating, thumping heart of every Chan movie.
There's so much show-offy cutting and so much trickery with film speed and camera work in this movie when it comes to Chan's stunts that you can't really be sure Jackie is actually executing the maneuvers you see.