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Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies

Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies

The old west meets the far east.May. 26, 2000110 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A 19th century Western. Chon Wang is a clumsy Imperial Guard to the Emperor of China. When Princess Pei Pei is kidnapped from the Forbidden City, Wang feels personally responsible and insists on joining the guards sent to rescue the Princess, who has been whisked away to the United States. In Nevada and hot on the trail of the kidnappers, Wang is separated from the group and soon finds himself an unlikely partner with Roy O’Bannon, a small time robber with delusions of grandeur. Together, the two forge onto one misadventure after another.
Plot: Chon Wang, a clumsy imperial guard trails Princess Pei Pei when she is kidnapped from the Forbidden City and transported to America. Wang follows her captors to Nevada, where he teams up with an unlikely partner, outcast outlaw Roy O’Bannon, and tries to spring the princess from her imprisonment.
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Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies 1Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies 26.6/10 Votes: 123,502
Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies 3Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies 279%
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Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies 7Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies 26.4 Votes: 1942 Popularity: 25.416

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Jackie and Owen have great chemistry and make a great duo
Jackie Chan does it again; this time with “Shanghai Noon.” Unlike his previous films, Jackie has finally found a sidekick that works well alongside him and is able to play off of his physical stunts.

“Shanghai Noon” is unlike any other Jackie Chan movie I have seen. It is his best since “Rush Hour” and is among one of the best all-action movies that I’ve seen with an actual plot behind it.

After watching previous Jackie Chan movies such as “Rush Hour” and “Rumble In The Bronx, I was expecting to be dazzled with his comedic talent as well as action filled sequences. I was pleasantly surprised to learn it had every one of the components and requirements that I require for a good movie.

Owen Wilson was comedic treat to this film as he added spark to an already great movie. Other than the cliché plot, “Shanghai Noon” brings a lot of excellent comedy, dialogue, action, thrills and even a little romance. I was expecting Owen Wilson to be similar to Chris Tucker, but in “Shanghai Noon” Wilson proved himself to be much better than other Jackie Chan sidekicks I’ve seen him teamed with.

I was glad I rented this movie so I would be able to recommend it to everyone.

Review By: michaelsibley416 Rating: Date: 2004-09-06
“John Wayne…, that’s a terrible cowboy name!”
As a fan of movie Westerns, I got the biggest kick every time a reference was made or an homage paid to characters and films that had gone before. Most obvious of course is the title knock off of genre favorite “High Noon”, and it just keeps building from there. Chon Wang/John Wayne was a hoot, along with the very obvious naming of the bad guy sheriff after high profile character actor Lee Van Cleef. Then there’s the bit where Jackie Chan’s horse does the gimmick with the blanket, something I’d seen done before by no less notable equine stars as Roy Rogers’ Trigger and Tonto’s Scout in pictures going back to the early 1950’s. Above all, I couldn’t help noticing in scene after scene how much Owen Wilson looked like Redford’s Sundance Kid, so much so that I could almost picture him as Paul Newman’s sidekick in that 1969 film, except Wilson couldn’t even come close as an actor. Which is OK if you’re going for the over the top kind of comedy that this one does, but then you have to be prepared for mixed results.

By that I’m thinking about scenes like the drunken hot tub splish splash that would have been alright if done just once, but got to be tedious after just the second time. There were just too many moments like that one that seemed to interfere with the flow of the story. Brandon Merrill had the thankless task of Chon Wang’s Indian wife, who seemed to pop up from time to time to let us know she was around, but without any real connection to the story. So she came through with a save near the end of the picture, but why do the flip flop for Roy O’Bannon (Wilson) as Chon Wang pairs off with the Princess (Lucy Liu)? Not very realistic or believable, especially on the part of the women. I would expect a Chinese princess to have more class than that, and an Indian maiden would certainly have had more discipline.

But let’s face it, you go into a Jackie Chan film for the martial arts choreography and innovative fight scenes, so on that score, this one delivers. Hard to imagine how you could incorporate trees and moose antlers into a fight routine, but Jackie does it with style. I’d like to know if you could expend all that energy beating up on six Crow warriors and still remain standing, but I think we all know that answer – it’s a movie.

Say, I noticed something that made me curious relative to a street sign in Carson City in the latter part of the picture. You could only make out a portion of the message that stated ‘Bulldog Drummond’s …’. So I did a quick google to learn that Bulldog Drummond’s first literary appearance occurred in a 1920 novel. That would have been quite the feat to predict his existence approximately forty years into the future from the story’s setting in 1881. Somehow I don’t think Chong Wang and O’Bannon needed the help of a fictional British detective.

Review By: classicsoncall Rating: 7 Date: 2008-11-13

Other Information:

Original Title Shanghai Noon
Release Date 2000-05-26
Release Year 2000

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 50 min (110 min)
Budget 55000000
Revenue 56932305
Status Released
Rated PG-13
Genre Action, Adventure, Comedy
Director Tom Dey
Writer Miles Millar, Alfred Gough
Actors Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson, Lucy Liu
Country United States, Hong Kong
Awards 1 win & 7 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.39 : 1, 2.35 : 1
Camera Panavision Panaflex Millennium, Panavision Primo, C- and E-Series Lenses, Panavision Panaflex Platinum, Panavision Primo, C- and E-Series Lenses
Laboratory Technicolor, Hollywood (CA), USA (prints)
Film Length 3,021 m (Sweden), 3,100 m (Spain)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision 500T 5279)
Cinematographic Process Panavision (anamorphic)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Eastman)

Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies
Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies
Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies
Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies
Shanghai Noon 2000 123movies
Original title Shanghai Noon
TMDb Rating 6.4 1,942 votes

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