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    Shanghai Knights

    This sequel to the successful Shanghai Noon reunites 19th-century imperial guard Chon Wang (Jackie Chan) and train robber Roy O';Bannon (Owen Wilson). When a Chinese rebel murders Chon';s estranged father, Chon and Roy head to England seeking revenge. Chon';s sister, Lin, has the same idea, and uncovers a conspiracy to murder England';s royal family.
    Duration: 114 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2003
    IMDb: 6.2
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    Who Am I?

  • Actors of "Shanghai Knights"

  • Characters of "Shanghai Knights"

    Chon Wang. Character of Shanghai Knights
    Played by: Jackie Chan
    Roy O'Bannon. Character of Shanghai Knights
    Played by: Owen Wilson
    Charlie Chaplin. Character of Shanghai Knights
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Character of Shanghai Knights
    Played by: Tom Fisher
    Chon Lin. Character of Shanghai Knights
    Played by: Fann Wong
    Wu Chow. Character of Shanghai Knights
    Played by: Donnie Yen
    Jack the Ripper. Character of Shanghai Knights
    Played by: Oliver Cotton
    Queen Victoria. Character of Shanghai Knights
    Played by: Gemma Jones
  • Directors of "Shanghai Knights"

    David Dobkin. Director of Shanghai Knights
    David Dobkin
    Birthdate: 23 June 1969, Washington, District of Columbia, USA
  • Creators of "Shanghai Knights"

    Alfred Gough. Director of Shanghai Knights
    Alfred Gough
    Birthdate: 22 August 1967, Leonardtown, Maryland, USA
    Miles Millar. Director of Shanghai Knights
    Miles Millar
    Birthdate: 1970
  • Critic Reviews of "Shanghai Knights"

    Village Voice
    February 11, 2003

    It's a merry surfeit, lofted by calisthenic wow above the usual level for late-era Jackie and Wilson's mellow-gold delivery.

    Ebert & Roeper
    February 10, 2003

    Like an Abbott & Costello comedy, Shanghai Knights is truly dumb, sometimes inconsistent, but awfully funny.

    USA Today
    February 07, 2003

    Knights will surely find an enthusiastic following before it gets to video.

    Toronto Star
    February 07, 2003

    [A] mundane sequel.

    San Jose Mercury News
    February 07, 2003

    Grand, undemanding entertainment.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    February 07, 2003

    A desperately unfunny action comedy, mirthless not only in its effect on an audience but in its whole aura.
    May 07, 2016

    Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson bring the Far East and the old West to 19th century London as they search for Chan's sister (Fann Wong) in Shanghai Knights (2003), a high spirited but dumbed-down sequel to Shanghai Noon.

    Fat Guys at the Movies
    January 12, 2016

    There are no surprises here.

    Groucho Reviews
    May 14, 2013

    This innocent, sixties-style, big-budget comedy-romance-action-adventure romp is solid family entertainment that would make any self-respecting kid's jaw drop for a good two hours. [Blu-ray]

    Common Sense Media
    December 28, 2010

    Martial arts buddy sequel is exactly what you expect.
    January 05, 2010

    The Chan/Wilson chemistry that drove the first film and draws people back to this one hasn't lost any of its snap.

    Cinema Crazed
    April 29, 2009

    You have to wonder when these lackluster Chan and Wilson vehicles will end.

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