Rush Hour (1998)

Fighting to Preserve

At the Chinese exhibition, Lee (Jackie Chan) tries to protect priceless works of art while fighting off his opponents.

Directed by Brett Ratner.

Released in 1998 by Warner Bros..

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  • character-type: Foreigner
  • character-type: Detective
  • character-type: Bad Guy
  • action: Beat
  • action: Fight
  • action: Battle
  • action: Attack
  • editors-choice: Fight Scenes
  • primary-genre: Thrillers
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Crime Action
  • secondary-genre: Martial Arts
  • secondary-genre: Action & Adventure
  • secondary-genre: Action Thrillers
  • secondary-genre: Action Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Crime Thrillers
  • secondary-genre: Blockbusters
  • mood: Goofy
  • mood: Exciting
  • mood: Violent
  • mood: Suspenseful
  • mood: Funny
  • mood: Campy
  • prop: Gun
  • prop: Vase
  • prop: Bomb
  • setting: Lobby
  • setting: Los Angeles
  • theme: Balance
  • theme: Violence
  • theme: Determination
  • theme: Aggression
  • actor: Jackie Chan
  • actor: Elizabeth Peña
  • director: Brett Ratner
  • producer: James M. Freitag
  • producer: Arthur M. Sarkissian
  • producer: Art Schaeffer
  • producer: Leon Dudevoir
  • producer: Jonathan Glickman
  • producer: Wayne Morris
  • producer: Jay Stern
  • producer: Roger Birnbaum
  • cinematographer: Adam Greenberg
  • composer: Lalo Schifrin
  • editor: Mark Helfrich
  • costume-designer: Sharen Davis
  • production-designer: Robb Wilson King
  • role-name: Lee
  • role-name: Johnson
  • screenwriter: Jim Kouf
  • screenwriter: Ross LaManna
  • year: 1998
  • studio: Warner Bros.