Rumble in the Bronx
Crime • R • 1995 • 1 hr 44 min
I liked this, a little corny but pretty good
Good fast paced Jackie Chan flick, though I doubt if it really was the Bronx
Classic Jackie Chan doing amazing stunts. Fast paced with some fun action.
Do much fun. Cute story and amazing fight scenes. Jackie Chan is a total treasure.
This opened my world into Chan. As always, the action kicks ass. Not the greatest of Jackie’s movies, but still chock full of epic stunts!
Jackie Chan can rumble anywhere he wants!
An underrated comedy Kung-Fu movie. Jackie Chan gives it his all, does his own stunts, and breaks his leg, postponing filming!
Love Jackie Chan. Always makes good action packed movies
One of Jackie’s best works. Fantastic choreography and fun settings!
Title should tip you off that with Jackie Chan, this is going to have humor. The usual martial arts f/x. Jackie plays a grocery store clerk
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