Shanghai Noon

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Shanghai Noon
Shanghai Noon
  • PG-13
  • 1h 50m
  • 2000
Certified Fresh79%
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Two cultures collide when East meets West in SHANGHAI NOON, a wildly hilarious, stunt-filled action-adventure comedy starring the death-defying action hero Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson, and Lucy Liu. Chan plays Chinese Imperial Guard Chon Wang (say it out loud) who hightails it to the wild and woolly West to rescue the beautiful kidnapped Princess Pei Pei (Liu). When he meets up with the laid-back outlaw cowboy dude Roy O'Bannon (Wilson) -- the best mismatch ever made in the rough and tumble Old West -- the two face jail, brawls, bordellos, and the vilest villains this side of the Great Wall! Spectacular stunts, outrageous irreverence, and epic vistas reign as East meets West in a battle for honor, royalty, and a fortune in gold! It's a real kick!
© 2000 Spyglass Entertainment Group, LP.

Rotten Tomatoes® Score

TOMATOMETER®
Certified Fresh79%
Critics Consensus: Although the plot is really nothing to brag about, Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson work well together. The cinematography looks great, and Jackie delivers a hilarious performance. This is an old-fashioned crowd-pleaser.
Reviews
Time Out
Derek Adams
Fresh

Much of its strength comes from the central clash between Jackie's indomitable energy and Wilson's...

June 21, 2017
Globe and Mail
Rotten

June 17, 2017
Denver Rocky Mountain News
Robert Denerstein
Fresh

June 16, 2017
Orlando Sentinel
Jay Boyar
Rotten

Shanghai Noon isn't the worst film of the year. But, for me, it may be the most disappointing.

June 16, 2017
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Common Sense Media

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Common Sense Says
Engaging Jackie Chan movie for older teens and up.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that this movie has some bad language, potty humor, scenes in a brothel, and drinking and drug use (portrayed humorously, including a prolonged drinking game and a drunken horse). The racism of the era is touched on. Chong is thrown out of a bar and he is very hurt when he overhears Roy agree with an anti-Chinese comment. The prostitutes are portrayed stereotypically, but the leading women in the movie are brave, smart, capable, and loyal.

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Action, Comedy
  • Release Date:March 3, 2000
  • Languages:English, Spanish
  • Captions:English, Spanish
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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