Jackie Chan fans will eat up 'The Medallion'
The Medallion, like most other movies I've reviewed lately, could be best summed up as, "like the others, but more." This latest film from the Jackie Chan martial arts machine can almost be taken as the definitive Americanized Chan movie, in that it will probably be a favorite among Chan fans, though there is little to bait the average movie goer into theaters.
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The idea of this article is a good one, however it has the feel of ending in mid-thought.
A Martial Artist in Search of a Talisman
A very polite review of the Medallion.
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Traces of a Dragon: Jackie Chan and His Lost Family
This fascinating, if sometimes frustrating, documentary is an absolute must for fans of Jackie Chan, who has a tragic, and weirdly Dickensian family past.
We Want Answers: Jackie Chan
The comical kung fu master throws down about his wussiest costar, his bruising opera school days, and the last time he took on six Triad gangsters and walked away.
Kickin' and grinnin'
Fearless but fun, charismatic Jackie Chan is back on the big screen
Jackie Chan fights Sars impact in Hong Kong campaign
Jackie Chan and a £1.5m advertising campaign are the weapons that the Hong Kong Tourism Board is hoping will defeat the slump in UK tourism to the region after the Sars crisis.
A summer cluttered with disappointing fantasy-action exercises goes out with an apt whimper in the form of the latest Jackie Chan vehicle, "The Medallion."
Chan Kicks his Career up a Notch
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Jackie Chan talks about his frustration with trying to do movies he wants to do. After years of repression he is now ready to take charge and do things his way.