In his autobiography, I am Jackie Chan: My life in Action, Jackie Chan talked about the initial difficulty of filming a movie in Vancouver that is set in New York. The production team initially had to put up fake graffiti during the day and take it all down during the evening, while simultaneously making sure that no mountains made it into the background. However, Chan decided that it was best that the production team focus on the action only without worrying too much about scenery. Viewers have noted mountains in the background, which are not present in the NYC landscape, as well as the NYC helicopter which displays a Canadian civil registration (C-GZPM - A Bell JetRanger).
Hong faan kui
|Runtime||1 hr 44 min|
|Budget||$7 500 000|
|Premiere: World||January 21, 1995|
|Box Office – Budget||$24 892 047|
|Premiere: USA||$32 392 047 February 23, 1996|
|Digital: World||February 1, 2014|
|Parental Advisory||Frightening & Intense Scenes, Profanity, Violence & Gore, ...|
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Hong fan qu (Hong Kong)
Rumble in the Bronx (United Kingdom)
DescriptionA young man visiting and helping his uncle in New York City finds himself forced to fight a street gang and the mob with his martial art skills.
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