I enjoyed the first two Rush Hour movies, so I was looking forward to the third. Long story short, it was by far the worst of the three. It is a pretty good example of how Hollywood knows it can cash in with a brand name despite a lackluster effort. Chris Tucker was great, Jackie Chan was non-existent, like he didnt even want to be there. There were a few good laughs, a great sword fighting scene at the end but the film seemed too crude to give any kind of recommendation. If a film relies too heavily on crudeness for laughs, you know it is scraping the bottom of the barrel for content. Save your money. I know I am ripping on a lot of movies recently, just saying what I think. The blog is open for any comments if anyone else agrees or disagrees with me on movies as well as other posts. Feel free to make a comment. 🙂