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Mr. Nice Guy ( Yat goh hiu yan ) (1998) Movie Information

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Mr. Nice Guy ( Yat goh hiu yan ) (1998)
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Overall Rank:

7500

Avg. Rating:

2.53/4

# of Ratings:

18

Genres:

Action, Comedy

Rating:

PG-13

Language:

Mandarin

Theater Date:

03/20/1998

Director:

Sammo Hung Kam-Bo

Actors:

Jackie Chan
Richard Norton
Miki Lee
Karen McLymont
Gabrielle Fitzpatrick
Vince Poletto

 

 

 

 

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Yet another solid Jackie Chan movie. More great fights and stunts.

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Mr. Nice Guy review

A fun action comedy which touches on crime, friendship and loyalty. TV chef Jackie (Jackie Chan) aids Television journalist Diana (Gabrielle Fitzpatrick) in escaping the henchmen of a mob boss. She has an important tape that is accidentally switched with Jackie's tape. The film suffers due to bad acting, unbelievable antagonist with little character development and a better soundtrack. Highlights would be the humor, overkill in Pepsi's product placement, too choreographed car crashes and awesome stunts of Jackie Chan. In this opinion, it should be one of his best and was highly enjoyable. The big budget was evident with car crashes and crunches (which you would find in the near conclusion) and elegant set-pieces. One would never look at construction equipment as a simple tool after...

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