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10.01.07 20 Comments

Jackie Chan wrote an unflattering entry on his blog about the Rush Hour franchise:

“When we finished filming, I felt very disappointed because it was a movie I didn’t appreciate and I did not like the action scenes involved. I felt the style of action was too Americanized and I didn’t understand the American humor,”
Chan said “Rush Hour 3” was no different from the first two installments for him.
“Nothing particularly exciting stood out that made this movie special for me … I spent four months making this film and I still don’t fully understand the humor,” he said, adding the comedic scenes may be lost on Asian audiences.

Oh Jackie, you didn’t miss the comedic scenes because your eyes are slanty, you missed them because they aren’t there.  Poor guy; he’s just standing around all confused while Chris Tucker squeals for ten minutes and Brett Ratner goes, “Don’t worry, bro, screechy black dudes are hilarious in America.  You’re doing great, now just sing Beach Boys.  Perfect.  That’s a wrap, I’m a go grab a pizza.” [via Yahoo Movies]

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