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Tommy Lee Jones
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Jackie Chan and Renny Harlin had scheduled filming a fight scene for the abandoned film "Nosebleed" on the roof of the World Trade Center the morning of the 9/11 attacks. Instead rescheduling the shoot for the next day as Jackie Chan came up with new stunt and fight choreography ideas using a window washing lift. See more »
When Bennie dives for Yung's watch, the building is falling outward towards the water. The next scene shows the building falling to the left (when viewing from outside). See more »
[after feeding Connor and being asked what the food is]
Fried goat testicles.
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Film bloopers screen side by side with the credits. (no subtitles) See more »
Is this Jackie Chan at his best? Of course not, but if you like him or the particular style of movies, then you should be able to have fun with this. It's not really science to put a movie like this together, things just happen and the action sequences are decent enough put together (again don't look for excellence).
Even former Jackass and now Chan partner has a role that is fitting. He's no Owen Wilson of course or Chris Tucker for that matter. But he does his schtick and it ... sticks. The jokes may not have the impact some could have and many things are predictable, but that's the way it is. Don't overthink it (any of it), just sit back, relax and take it in
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