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NEW Chan/valletta/cyrus/lopez - Spy Next Door (Blu-ray)

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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002ZG99MC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #73,393 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER on July 20 2010
Format: Blu-ray
Gillian (Amber Valletta) has next a new potential love of her life; it is her next-door neighbor, the sedate pen salesman Bob Ho (Jackie Chan). However, their relationship is doomed as Gillian's children hold a low opinion of Bob. Gillian wants her kids to be safe and happy. What about Bob? He may not be as sedate as Gillian supposes but he intends to for her kids to like him. His opportunity comes when he gets to babysit. However, it looks like his old job may complicate things.

With few exceptions, I am not a Jackie Chan fan. This movie is definitely one of the exceptions. It has over the top acting and stunts. The story is formula and predictable but this people can act and the dialog is hokey to match. You will want to kibitz.

I have only seen the Blu-ray version. Be sure to look at the few DVD extras.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Being a huge fan of Jackie Chan I enjoyed this movie, however there are many better Jackie Chan films to choose from. I much preferred Shanghai Knights, Shanghai Noon, Rush Hour 1,2,3 and many of Jackie's older films over this.
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Format: DVD
I know that Disney did not make this movie, but it sure
has that look. And Disney making a jackie chan movie
would be a bad idea. Wait a minute, they did, "Around
The World In 80 Days". I have to admit i liked it because
J.C. was in it and it was a fun movie, BUT it is not
what a J.C. movie is, just like this one.

Now, i am a huge J.C. fan and have been before i even
seen one of his movies. How you may ask?
Well, i am a martial artist (now disabled for Many years)
and have always read M.A. magazines. Some of those mags
had stories on Jackie and his movies. And from those
stories i thought this guy was incredible. Then a new
video store opened up and they had "Jackie Chan's
Police Force"(aka. Police Story). I rented it 3 times
then bought it from them.

The Spy Next Door is a fun family movie with action,
but not what i concider a true J.C. movie.

If you want a true Jackie Chan movie, Watch any of these.
Police Force 1 & 2 (aka Police Story)
Operation Condor 1 & 2
Project A 1 & 2

Too name a few.
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By Ardell on July 6 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I ordered "the spy next door" and another movie "Grown ups" but I haven't received either yet. The mail strike had started when I was to receive but the strike has been over for a while now and still no movies. I am very disappointed as this is the first time this has happened to me and I order lots of movies.
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71 of 79 people found the following review helpful
Perspective for conscientious parents: Jan. 17 2010
By Avid reader - Published on
Format: DVD
This movie was pretty funny, the kids were cute, and the overarching themes of telling the truth and protecting your loved ones are great points of discussion with children. For those that love Jackie Chan movies, you might be a little disappointed that there is not as much action in this movie and some of the stunts are obviously on wires. But it is a movie for kids/families, so the level and excitement of the stunts seemed appropriate to me. A few things I would want to be aware of as a parent before watching the movie with my child: 1)the female villain often shows a lot of cleavage 2)The 13 year old daughter seems to get away with being very disrespectful to the mom (though it is kind of explained a little later in the movie) 3)there is a little profanity 4)a college age young man hits on the 13 year old daughter (though Jackie doesn't let him get away with it) 5)the young boy in the movie boasts about watching pornography on pay-per view 6)he is also obsessed with getting older girls to show interest in him and receives some tips from Jackie on how to accomplish it.
24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
Harmless fun! Feb. 4 2010
By Michael Noga - Published on
Format: DVD
If you're looking for a decent, fun little movie you can watch with your family in a relatively painless fashion then you've come to the right place.

For some reason many action stars have supplemented their income by appearing in movies with kids. Maybe they are trying to widen their appeal from the hardcore action audience to the family friendly scene. Maybe they're getting too old to keep up with the pace of a full-on action movie. I don't know why they do it, but it's almost becoming mandatory for these guys to take on a kid or three as a side-kick and attempt to blend action and family fare.

And these attempts almost always stink.

This one is better. It's still "action-light" but I think it works because of the star, Jackie Chan. His character seems like a genuinely nice guy who wants to get along with the mandatory bratty kids. Chan's light presence matches up with the tone of the movie and makes it seem ....hmm...not as weird and patently unbelievable and maybe even patronizing as other movies of this kind.

Basically Jackie plays Bob Ho, a Chinese secret agent on loan to the CIA. He retires so he can marry Gillian, a divorced single mom who is looking for someone reliable. Her kids don't really cotton to Bob though, so she decides to put her relationship with Bob on hold until they're ok with her marrying Bob. Bob is saddened but resolves to win the kids and his girl friend over.

Then, luckily, hijinx ensue. One of Gillian's kids downloads some top secret stuff off Bob's computer and before you can say Boris and Natasha some evil Russians are in hot pursuit. After a variety of PG style mishaps Bob captures the bad guys and wins the day, the girl friend and the family. And like I said, it works because Jackie Chan doesn't seem shoe-horned into the role.

The action is lighter than most Chan movies but it is inventive and fun. The kids act a little more like real kids than Hollywood Central Casting pods. The youngest kid in particular seems like real 4 year old, goofy and light hearted. When she delivered the line" I don't wanna be a princess, I wanna be a cyboooorg!" I cracked up. I actually laughed more than a few times, which surprised me. As long as you realize going in that this is just very light family entertainment I think you'll be pleased
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Puts a Jackie Chan Smlle On May 23 2010
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Good natured Spy vs. Kids action flick is a low-cal twinkie even by family film standards. The critics liked to play rough with it; and if you feel snooty about it, better stay away. Cute is its stock in trade and there are no disappointments if expectations remain logical: PG Jackie Chan suburban domestic comedy with mild action. Wacky Russian mobsters and their dominatrix-babe leader wear leathers and generally show bad taste as the foil in the spy plot, which follows Jackie home to his family to be.
Good for kids or adults like me who need a balance from the heavy stuff.
Blu-ray makes the grade for sight and sound.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Jackie Chan's best June 13 2011
By Jon Mcgarrett - Published on
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This is one is Jackie Chan's best movie's that he has done, fun, ietertaning, full of action and a great all a round movie.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great Movie! April 13 2014
By wwefan1981 - Published on
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
We all Know that Jackie Chan is The Man!! Yes he may have not done as much Fighting in this but it is still a great movie to watch if you are a fan of Jackie Chan!! This is a good family movie too watch!

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