Martial arts expert and outspoken proponent of condom usage Jackie Chan is at it again, raring and ready to kick some enemy buttock even as he ages into his mid-sixties. The actor has kept up a steady stream of feature work (only some of which requires him to play chauffeur to a real live lion) and is currently preparing to re-mount his his kids’ cartoon series The Jackie Chan Adventures, but ever the work-horse, Chan’s just announced another new project. And what’s more, his next mission will pair him with a partner all too familiar to Eastern and Western audiences alike.
I am a big fan of the first two Rush Hour movies (I know there was a third, but I hated it). I also liked Face/Off with John Travolta and Nicolas Cage. I figured we would never see a sequel to either film until now. The folks at Funny or Die decided to combine the two franchises into one film, "Rush Hour IV: Face/Off 2".