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    Shanghai Noon

    Chon Wang is a clumsy Imperial Guard to the Emperor of China. When Princess Pei Pei is kidnapped from the Forbidden City, Wang feels personally responsible and insists on joining the guards sent to rescue the Princess, who has been whisked away to the Wild West of United States. After teaming up with a train robber, the unlikely duo takes on a Chinese traitor and his corrupt boss.  
    Duration: 110 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2000
    IMDb: 6.6
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    Haze_RurouniesC #1 Movies Online user
    Great Actors, good Movie.
    2019-02-02 22:02

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    Who Am I?

  • Actors of "Shanghai Noon"

  • Characters of "Shanghai Noon"

    Chon Wang. Character of Shanghai Noon
    Played by: Jackie Chan
    Roy O'Bannon. Character of Shanghai Noon
    Played by: Owen Wilson
    Princess Pei Pei. Character of Shanghai Noon
    Played by: Lucy Liu
    Indian Wife. Character of Shanghai Noon
    Lo Fong. Character of Shanghai Noon
    Played by: Roger Yuan
    Wallace. Character of Shanghai Noon
    Played by: Walton Goggins
    Sioux Chief. Character of Shanghai Noon
    Played by: Russell Badger
    Jedediah Smith. Character of Shanghai Noon
    Played by: Rick Ash
  • Directors of "Shanghai Noon"

    Tom Dey. Director of Shanghai Noon
    Tom Dey
    Birthdate: 14 April 1965, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA
  • Creators of "Shanghai Noon"

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

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    Much of its strength comes from the central clash between Jackie's indomitable energy and Wilson's knowingly anachronistic cool, while lots of visual and verbal gags keep things whistling.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 18, 2002

    This is almost Mel Brooks territory: The frontiersmen think the Chinese are Jews, while the white settlers think it's the Sioux who are. This is equal-opportunity nuttiness, and there's a method to it.

    New York Times
    January 01, 2000

    Shanghai Noon is, in classic western tradition, a celebration of male bonding, unabashedly juvenile, boyishly risqué and disarmingly sweet.

    January 01, 2000

    For Chan, it's a step in the right direction, although he has yet to be given the opportunity to bring the full force of his charisma to bear on an English speaking audience.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    January 01, 2000

    If you see only one martial arts Western this year (and there is probably an excellent chance of that), this is the one.

    Village Voice
    January 01, 2000

    Unstintingly funny.

    Family Home Theater
    March 30, 2016

    It's a clever variation on the buddy cop picture, with Jackie Chan showing both his comic chops and his martial arts skills, and Owen Wilson doing what he does best-playing a laid-back, chick-magnet California surfer dude.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    May 19, 2013

    You can't get a whole lot less substantial than this, but well-played, friendly banter is tough to do, and the film hits its mark perfectly on that front.

    Groucho Reviews
    May 14, 2013

    Though the film nakedly seeks a wide audience through conventional plotting and characterization—and despite being (like most action movies) guy-centric—Shanghai Noon provides good, clean "family" fun. [Blu-ray]

    Common Sense Media
    December 28, 2010

    Engaging Jackie Chan movie for older teens and up.
    January 06, 2010

    As far as light, brainless summer entertainment goes, it makes the grade.

    Sacramento News & Review
    August 07, 2008

    The first half of this film is great entertainment, and then it starts to unravel, but not before Chan establishes himself as a dynamic comedian.

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