Twin Dragons (Shuang long hui) (Brother vs. Brother) 1992

Twin Dragons

Critics Consensus

Despite some entertaining action, this movie has serious plot holes and bad direction.

44%

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48%

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Decades after the abduction of his newborn twin, world-famous American pianist John Ma (Jackie Chan) arrives in Hong Kong to perform and finds himself face-to-face with Boomer (Jackie Chan), the identical twin brother he has never known. When the reunited brothers switch places by mistake, John discovers that Boomer is a petty criminal with a knack for getting into trouble. Soon John gets in over his head with a group of gangsters looking for Boomer, and his brother vows to save him.

Cast & Crew

Jackie Chan
John Ma, Boomer
Philip Chan
Hotel Manager
Sylvia Chang
Twins' Mother
James Wong
Twins' Father
Lai Ying Chow
Gang Leader
Kirk Wong
Crazy Kung
Ringo Lam
Car Mechanic
Hark Tsui
Director
Ringo Lam
Director
See-Yuen Ng
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for Twin Dragons (Shuang long hui) (Brother vs. Brother)

All Critics (39) | Top Critics (8) | Fresh (17) | Rotten (22)

Audience Reviews for Twin Dragons (Shuang long hui) (Brother vs. Brother)

  • Sep 06, 2010
    This movie is hilarious and highly entertaining. Like most of Jackie Chan's movies, this is an action slapstick comedy adventure. The idea for this one is that he has a twin, so we get twice the fun. I really enjoyed this one, it's one of my favorite movies of his.
    Aj V Super Reviewer
  • Dec 11, 2007
    This movie is hilarious. i love Jackie's humor. and the fighting is funny too.
    Vincent T Super Reviewer
  • Apr 16, 2007
    Jackie Chan is ok, but this is clearly not his best work. Excellent stuntwork and a hilarious end battle in a car manufacturing plant. Unlike most of Jackie Chan's movies, yhis movie had a plot.
    Steven V Super Reviewer
  • Mar 01, 2007
    Jackie does the Corsican Brothers with lots of action and wit. The always entertaining Chan is very likable in both roles, the rough and tumble criminal, and the studious and wimpy musician. With both Hark and Lam directing, I did expect to be blown away, but despite it not being the masterpiece it should have been with 3 big names, it's still a great little film for a Sunday afternoon.
    Christopher B Super Reviewer

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