Rumble in the Bronx

1995

Action / Comedy

0
IMDb Rating 6.7

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Reviewed by ma-cortes 6/10

Amusing and entertaining Chan film in which he demonstrates hissensational skills as a great action man . It deals with a young mannamed Keong (Jackie Chan) visiting and helping his uncle in New YorkCity finds himself forced to fight a street gang and the mob with hismartial art abilities . His uncle has a local Chinese supermarket,which he owns and is in the process of selling to Elaine (Anita Mui).Later on , Keong befriends a neighbor kid and his sister (Francois Yip)and beats up some neighborhood thugs .<br><br>Hong Kong/US/Canada action comedy full of over-the-top struggles ,excitement , thrills , ingenious stunts , slapstick , lots of brawlsbut with abundant humor and tongue-in-cheek . This fun movie is plentyof intrigue , unstopped action , and overwhelming stunt-work withbreathtaking ending images including a hovercraft . Jackie Chan is topnotch as one army man fighting a group of heinous villains and asalways he makes his own stunts like is well showed at the final credits. Awesome , incredible stunts and brief comic touches , as usual ; thepicture is better constructed than Chan&#x27;s predecessors films . Thelighting-paced storyline slows down at times , but frantic actionsequences make up for it . Spotlights movie include spectacular fights, including bounds and leaps , impressive and interminable struggles ,an impressive final struggle between Jackie Chan and enemies . Thewarehouse fight scene took twenty days to film, with Chan having toteach the local stunt players to fight &#x22;Hong Kong style&#x22;. In additionother fine action sequences in overwhelming and extraordinary style .The script called for a leap from the top of a parking lot to a fireescape on the floor below on the building across the street , as is hiscustom, director Stanley Tong attempted the stunt before asking anyactors to do so. He tried it with the help of a cable harness, butquickly decided it would be safer without the harness. The landingpoint was not visible from the point where the jump began, so tape wasplaced on the take-off point as a guide ,the jump was completedperfectly by &#x27;Chan, Jackie&#x27; on the first attempt, doing his own stuntsas is his custom . The jump was captured by four cameras. <br><br>This is an acceptable action movie distinguished by nicelycinematography of the spectacular sequences , and contains agreeablesense of humor as well as previous entries . Jackie Chan usually formscouple to notorious actresses as Maggie Chung and Michelle Yeoh . Inthis outing Jackie teams up to gorgeous Francoise Yip (who broke herleg while filming the scene where she rides a motorbike across the topsof parked cars , she insisted on returning to the set after her leg wasplastered at hospital) and prestigious Chinese actress Anita Mui , afine action star in their own right but sadly she early died by cancer. Both of them starred together several films such as &#xA8;Mr Canton andLady Rose&#xA8; and &#xA8;Legend of the drunken master&#xA8; . Filming in Vancouver,Canada on October 6th, 1994, Chan broke his right ankle whileattempting the scene where he jumps onto the hovercraft. Despite theinjury, he was present at the premiere of &#xA8;The legend of the drunkenfighter&#xA8; at the Vancouver International Film Festival that night. Laterin the production, Tong sprained his ankle, completing the film oncrutches . Two stunt women also broke their legs during the filming ofthe motorcycle chase. <br><br>The picture achieved big success in China , USA and all around theworld . However , Jackie Chan&#x27;s failed at Box-office in his Americandebut ,&#xA8;Battle creek brawl&#xA8; . Chan is a hard-working actor and directorthroughout his long and varied career . Chan usually pays overt homageto two of his greatest influences as Charles Chaplin and Harold Lloyd .He went on playing &#xA8;Cannoball&#xA8; , &#xA8;The protector&#xA8; and &#x22;Rumble in theBronx&#x22;, until getting all American success with &#xA8;Shangai Knights&#xA8; ,&#xA8;The tuxedo&#xA8; , &#xA8;Around the world in 80 days&#xA8; and &#xA8;Rush hour&#xA8; trilogy ,and the recent &#xA8;Karate kid&#xA8;. Of course , his biggest hits were &#xA8;ThePolice story&#xA8; series that won the Golden Horse Award, a Chinese versionof the Oscar , the first was titled &#xA8;Police story (1985)&#xA8; directed bythe same Chan , it was a perfect action film for enthusiastic of thegenre ; the following was &#xA8;Police story 2 (1988)&#xA8; also pretty violentand with abundant humor touches . It&#x27;s followed by &#xA8;Supercop&#xA8; or&#xA8;Police story 3&#xA8; and finally , &#xA8;Police story IV : Crime story&#xA8; . Thepicture is well produced by the great Asian producer Raymond Chow andGolden Harvest production and compellingly directed by Stanley Tong andhelped by Jackie Chan . Rating : Acceptable and passable , the picturehas its sensational moments here and there , but also with abundanthumor touches mostly provided by its agile star , the super Jackiestunningly accompanied by Anita Mui and Francois Yip . It&#x27;s a perfectaction film for enthusiasts of the genre and especially for Jackie fans.

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Reviewed by thesar-2 8/10

I&#x27;d guess you&#x27;d have to call &#x27;Rumble in the Bronx&#x27; an extreme exampleof a guilty pleasure. Though back in the 1990s, it was not my firstintroduction to Jackie Chan (the inferior &#x27;Supercop&#x27; was) it was theone that got me hooked on his work. All the way through this viewing &#x96;the first in many years, the word &#x22;silly&#x22; kept popping up in my mind.It&#x27;s dialogue, acting, stereotypes and shoddy cop work was sohilariously bad, I could only think this had to be written by someonewho&#x27;s only contact with the U.S.A. involves watching old 1970s cophour-long dramas. And while some scenes were actually funny (SEE: thewrench threat) some were downright unintentionally funny (SEE: thetoddler-toss and the entire closing on the golf course.) Leaving allthat negative behind, it was an extreme joy watching Chan perform hisown stunts in many, many inventive ways while simultaneously creating avery human and good-hearted character. The stunts were simply amazingand if one were to watch today for the first time, they need to know:he did them all himself, without a green screens, cables, etc. Asarrogant as Chan is &#x96; I&#x27;ve read his biography, it&#x27;s dripping witharrogance, he does have great gifts in originality, showmanship, pridein his work and making sure he never uses traditional Americantrickery/stunts. (This changes later in his work, when he was forcedand got older, but this work and ones around it were all pure Chan.)Synopsis: Good-natured nephew Chan visits NYC and gets thrown inextraordinary circumstances: fighting both gangs and mob bosses whilehelping 2 women, his Uncle and a handicapped child. All that&#x27;sirrelevant; what matters is once the action starts, it never lets up.And with an open-mind, what a fun rumble you&#x27;ll have.<br><br>Side Note: Wow.. not only was it painful for all the actors to get hurtduring production (not to mention the roughly 16 dozen vehicles) it wasalso gut wrenching to watch the closing credits that showed mostly theunintentional crashes, broken bones, etc. You really have to hand it tothe devotion of the crew, cast and Chan. Definitely Chan. My commentsabout his arrogance does not mean I don&#x27;t admire the man, especiallyhis extremely poor and underprivileged beginnings to the entertainer hebecame. He&#x27;s one of the very few actors/action stars that no matter howincredibly silly his movies look to me &#x96; it has to be a culture thing,it&#x27;s always a rush to see how long his fight scenes last, how inventivehe becomes and simply how exciting they are.

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Reviewed by ed_two_o_nine 7/10

Well here we go once again with the undisputed king of action comedy.The one and only Jackie Chan. While this is nowhere near Chan&#39;s bestmovie we can be grateful for the fact that this is the film thatfinally gave Chan his much deserved break in the USA. This is the storyon Chan&#39;s character Keung who comes to the Bronx for his uncle&#39;swedding and ends up caught up in a series of events that involve bikergangs, and diamond robbers. But really none of this matters this isjust an excuse for Jackie to show of his amazing action skills (in thefight scenes which he also choreographed), and this he does to hisusual amazing standards. There seems to be more edits in the fightscenes that is normal for Jackie but I suspect this might be down toone of two things. One making the film more palatable for a westernaudience. Or two that Jackie broke his ankle in the filming of thismovie. Still tell me the last time you saw a western movie star leapfrom a roof on to the fire escape of the next building!!! Truly amazingstuff. On the down side the western characters and acting are verywooden but hey just enjoy Chan and hopefully then go seek out his HongKong movies.

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