Rush Hour (film Series)
The Rush Hour film series is a series of Hong Kong-American martial arts/action-comedy films starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, directed by Brett Ratner, and distributed by New Line Cinema. The main plot centers around a pair of police detectives: a Hong Kong Police Force police inspector and an American LAPD detective (portrayed by Chan and Tucker) who go on a series of misadventures often involving corrupt crime figures. All three films received commercial success and incorporate elements of martial arts, and the buddy cop sub-genre.
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... Year Title Chart positions Certifications 1998 RushHour Released July 14,1998 Label 550 Music/Columbia/Epic 2 ... US Platinum 2001 RushHour 2 Released July 31,2001 Label Hollywood/Epic/Sony 11 ... US Gold ...
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