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Rumble In The Bronx (DVD)


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  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: New Line
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 0780619331
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #32,712 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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Chan/Mui/Yip/Tung/Akerstream/C ~ Rumble In The Bronx

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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By A Customer on June 25 2003
Format: DVD
No Jackie Chan movie has ever deserved an R-rating, and RUMBLE IN THE BRONX is no exception. But something not good that it does deserve is a slap on the wrist for being filmed entirely in Vancouver (what New York golf course has mountains?) and the n trying to pass it off as the Bronx neighborhood of NYC.
Still, that's not the point of RUMBLE. What it is about is action, comedy, and martial arts swirled into a neat concontion that goes great when seasoned with stunts, with just a sprinkle a story, an low in brains and running-time. On those terms, RUMBLE IN THE BRONX works.
IT involes a dude named Keung (Jackie Chan), who is in New York for his uncles wedding. His Unlce's sold his grocery store to a new owner. Keung upsets a motorcycle gang when he beats up some os the members when they attempt to sholplift, and thus begins the plot, which then shifts to some mafia guys stealing some diamonds and Keung caught in the crossfire.
RUMBLE has all the karate action you'd expect from Jackie Chan, and while it may be slim on story, it's still full of everything that his many fans demand. This was a great way to introduce him to the U.S.
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And teaches them a thing or two about being nice. I've been a Jackie Chan admirer since I first saw "The Cannonball Run" way back in 1981, but this was the first Chan movie I saw on the big screen. It's not moviemaking as fine art, it's moviemaking as fine fun.

An action comedy, "Rumble in the Bronx" features Jackie in the big city, New York (actually Vancouver, with mountains visible in the background in several scenes). It's a strangely clean and orderly version of the Big Apple, but no matter. Pretty soon, Our Man Chan fights a motorcycle gang, protects a store, helps a girl and her wheelchair-bound little brother, and pilots a hovercraft in a surprisingly uplifting ending.

Fresh and colorful, "Rumble" won't please the arthouse crowd, and probably doesn't even rank with Jackie's top flicks; I'll leave that for the hardcore Jackie fans to decide. But Jackie's joy in his work is contagious, and here, he's at his good-hearted best. Not only does he poke fun at himself in several scenes, but he also can't even stay mad at the kids who battered him senseless with bottles in an alley. Although the disk features a full-screen version, make sure you watch the widescreen DVD so you can enjoy all the delightful and creative fight choreography, including an amazing sequence where Jackie kicks butt with pinball machines. Also starring Bill Tung, who always seems to play "Uncle Bill" in Jackie's movies.
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This movie is one of the most intertaining dvd I have. It is one of the dvd's I watch the most. You know why becouse it is not boring like other wanna be movies. It has everything to make a movie intertaining and fun to watch. I used to have the vhs version but it wore out for being watched to much. Probally becouse I lend it out to much. Now that I got the dvd i do not think it will wear out like the vhs.
This movie is so cool becouse the storie line for it is very good. It starts off when Jackie Chan arrives to New York city for his uncles wedding. He goes to his wedding and helps out in the store as he planned but other things happened that he did not plan. He ends up getting into problems with these local gang, just for protecting his uncles store. And many other things happen that you can find out by renting or buying this dvd. Like getting into problems with these wanna be FBI dudes. And other crazy stuff you do not see in any other movie! Thats why I recommend you should go out and buy or rent this dvd. If I were you I would preffer buying it becouse you are going to wnat to see it again and again!
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This is it. This is the film that introduced Jackie Chan to the masses in America, forever putting him on the map of action heroes. The film is basically a 90 tour-de-force highlight of Chan's exciting and often times hilarious, high-octane, in-your-face kung fu antics featuring Chan's trademarked ultra-choreographed but jaw-dropping and awe-inspiring just plain AWESOME action sequences (including the trademarked end-of-film outtakes).
THE MOVIE
The Story: Jackie's character travels to New York to attend his uncle's wedding and help at his supermarket. He unwittingly gets into a war with the neighborhood motorcycle/street gang, which in turn becomes unwittingly involved in a high-stakes diamond heist operation.
Notable Scenes:
1. The initial supermarket fight scene.
2. The motorcycle gang's pursuit of Jackie in a parking structure.
3. The hovercraft scene.
THE DVD FEATURES:
Somewhat limited in the special features section, the DVD nonetheless includes a nice short bio on Chan himself including a complete filmography (up to the point that the DVD was published anyway...) as well as the original movie theater trailer for Rumble In the Bronx.
THE VERDICT:
Overall, this is another great outing from Jackie and whether you purchase, rent or borrow, this is a recommended film for all action movie/martial arts film/Jackie Chan fans.
Highly Recommended
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I will not say that I didn't enjoy this movie quite a bit; that's why I own it after seeing it only a few times. The thing is, is that after seeing this movie a few times in the first week of owning it, I started to notice some serious downfalls in this movie.
First, I can start off by pointing out that this movie has almost the exact same soundtrack as Police Story's 1,2 & 4 (Police Story 4 is AKA First Strike), and Mr. Nice Guy. While I enjoy composer J. Peter Robinson's music very much, enough can be enough. I also noticed that the end of the movie was a bit abrupt, with no big end finale fight scene. While I did hear that Jackie breaking his ankle on the jump was why a final fight scene which was planned for the movie did not appear, and while I won't blame anyone for that, but it is still a letdown.
Soon I looked closer at the action. I soon began to realize that the battle in the store, the first battle in the movie, is actually the most convincing of them all. While the battle in Tony's base was quite spectacullarly planned and executed, the hits themselves just didn't seem real until Jackie picked up the ski, saving both himself and the scene. Not to mention, while all the actors are decently convincing, almost all are generally rather weak; all except Jackie, who did a rather solid performance here.
It should also be made aware that the non-action scenes are quite important to the movie. Whenever I have a rough day, I sometimes turn on Dragons Forever, or Operation Condor, and pretend that I am Jackie and the people responsible for my long day are the people he beats up, as I skip from action scene to action scene. This movie somehow doesn't allow you to.
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