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    Rush Hour (Soundtrack from the Motion Picture)

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    • 1 Крис ТакерNever Touch a Black Man's Radio (Skit) 0:16
    • 2 Dru Hill & RedmanHow Deep Is Your Love 4:11
    • 3 Case & JoeFaded Pictures 3:53
    • 4 JAY-Z, Amil & Ja RuleCan I Get A... 5:12
    • 5 Jackie ChanJackie Chan Kicks Ass (Skit) 0:10
    • 6 Wu-Tang ClanAnd You Don't Stop (From The Rush Hour Soundtrack) 3:42
    • 7 Ja RuleBitch Betta Have My Money 3:29
    • 8 Крис ТакерIs This Weed... Cigaweed (Skit) 0:25
    • 9 GreniqueDisco 4:35
    • 10 Chief & Крис ТакерBlow S**t Up... FBI Wants You (Skit) 0:33
    • 11 Slick RickImpress the Kid 4:12
    • 12 Montell Jordan, Flesh-n-Bone & MonifahIf I Die Tonight 4:52
    • 13 Jon B.Glad That We Loved (From The Rush Hour Soundtrack) 4:44
    • 14 Крис ТакерI'll Be On a Big FBI Case (Skit) 0:07
    • 15 Terror SquadTerror Squadians 5:03
    • 16 Крис ТакерPlease Tell Me You Speak English... (Skit) 0:12
    • 17 Tray DeeWay Too Crazy (feat. Jayo Felony & Daz) [From The Rush Hour Soundtrack] 4:26
    • 18 Charli BaltimoreN.B.C. (feat. Noreaga & Cam'ron) [From The Rush Hour Soundtrack] 4:03
    • 19 Terry DexterYou'll Never Miss Me ('Til I'm Gone) [From The Rush Hour Soundtrack] 4:32
    • 20 KasinoNasty Girl (feat. Nite & Day) [From The Rush Hour Soundtrack] 3:44
    • 21 ImajinNo Love (From The Rush Hour Soundtrack) 4:12
    • 22 Крис Такер & Jackie ChanI'm Michael Jackson, You Tito (Skit) 0:18
    • 23 Too $hortTell The Feds (From The Rush Hour Soundtrack) 5:20
    • 24 Lalo SchifrinRush Hour Main Title Theme 1:17
    • 25 Крис ТакерTake This Badge and Shove It (Skit) 0:33


    " Two cops. One is all talk. The other is all action."
    Runtime 1 hr 38 min
    Budget $33 000 000
    Premiere: World $244 721 064 September 18, 1998
    USA $141 186 864
    Other countries $103 534 200
    Box Office – Budget $211 721 064
    Premiere: USA $141 186 864 September 18, 1998
    first weekend $33 001 803
    rollout 470 days
    Digital: World July 18, 2008
    Parental Advisory Profanity, Violence & Gore, ...
    • Profanity


    • Violence & Gore


    • Frightening & Intense Scenes


    • Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking


    Production Companies New Line CinemaRoger Birnbaum Productions


    A loyal and dedicated Hong Kong Inspector teams up with a reckless and loudmouthed L.A.P.D. detective to rescue the Chinese Consul’s kidnapped daughter, while trying to arrest a dangerous crime lord along the way.

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    Rush Hour began as a spec script written in 1995 by screenwriter Ross LaManna. The screenplay was sold by LaManna's William Morris agent Alan Gasmer to Hollywood Pictures, a division of the Walt Disney Company, with Arthur Sarkissian attached as producer. After attaching director Ratner and developing the project for more than a year with producers including Sarkissian, Jonathan Glickman and Roger Birnbaum, Disney Studios chief Joe Roth put the project into turnaround, citing concerns about the $34 million budget, and Chan's appeal to American audiences. At the time, Martin Lawrence was attached to the project. Several studios were interested in acquiring the project. New Line Cinema was confident in Ratner, having done Money Talks with him, so they made a hard commitment to a budget and start date for Rush Hour.

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    Revision. Far from perfect, but I still love it. It’s a rare case when the actors are more important than the rest of the crew, because if the cast had been different, the film wouldn’t have worked out at all. Translated to English


    Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker are a great duo in the film. They are interesting to watch. The plot is as simple as possible, but it is not boring due to good humor and characters. There were some boring moments; usually the action was a little boring. Translated to English