Okay, you already know it’s going to at least be worth a watch. And Skiptrace is.
But wait, there’s more. You got Jackass’ own Johnny Knoxville in it too? This pretty much guarantees someone’s going to get hurt for no reason.
Yeah, I forgot about this movie too. But I finally got around to watching it.
Jackie Chan plays a cop (surprise) who’s always after this crime boss called “The Matador” and his partner and best friend is killed.
Knoxville plays a conman who witnesses a murder in a Hong Kong casino and ends up being shipped off to Russia by the mob. Yeah, there’s a lot going on here and it’s not really completely thought out. But we do have WWE’s own Eve Torres with a bad Russian accent.
From there, we find Jackie coming to Johnny’s rescue and the embark on a road trip from Russia to Hong Kong. All the while being chased by both the Russians and the Hong Kong… crime whatever. They learn more and more from one another and find a little common ground.
There’s a twist. It’s actually pretty okay.
But obvious ADR problems and numerous plot holes keep this from being great. Which is a shame because Jackie and Knoxville make a great team. I hope they make another movie together. Hell, I’ll take a sequel to this even.
5/10. This movie could be a lot more fun if the Russians weren’t always randomly showing up. They didn’t even give a valid reason for randomly running into them. But you can also never go wrong with watching Jackie awkwardly fight people.
A fun, buddy movie like they used to make but with the Jackie Chan flair. An enjoyable movie with some fun action and laughs. Clean enough for kids with Jackie Chan sort of violence rather than blood and guts.