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Detective Chinatown 3

Detective Chinatown 3 is a movie starring Baoqiang Wang, Haoran Liu, and Satoshi Tsumabuki. A major crime occurs in Tokyo when detectives Tang Ren and Qin Feng are invited to investigate the crime by Noda Hiroshi. A battle between...

Other Titles
唐人街探案3
Running Time
2 hours 16 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Comedy, Mystery, Action
Director
Sicheng Chen
Writer
Lian Zhou, Wusi Liu, Nomy Xu, Sicheng Chen, Chun Zhang, Yining Yan
Actors
Satoshi Tsumabuki, Baoqiang Wang, Haoran Liu, Tony Jaa
Country
USA, China
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A major crime occurs in Tokyo when detectives Tang Ren and Qin Feng are invited to investigate the crime by Noda Hiroshi. A battle between the strongest detectives in Asia is about to break out with bursts of laughter.

Comments about comedy «Detective Chinatown 3» (15)

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Phillip Davidson

I was quite pleasantly surprised by this film. The story is set in the 1920's. The story is about Inspector Tam, a successful detective who is old and sick. He is also a brilliant detective, but he has no time for any woman. When the wife of a wealthy man asks him to investigate a murder, Tam accepts and finds himself in a world of intrigue and intrigue. The story is a simple story, but it is filled with a lot of subplots. The most interesting one is the story of the Chinese hotel. The story is quite great. It is not only a great detective story, but also a great film. If you like the detective genre, you should see this film.

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Amanda

Eddie Huang, who is my favourite character in the film, is a counter-culture love child who is sucked into a case involving illegal Chinese arms dealing. Sounds a little fishy, but not in a good way. In addition to the awesome music of Jay Chou, this film was made by the men behind the hilarious Kung Fu Hustle and the endlessly entertaining Kung Fu Hustle 2. The action is mostly against bad guys, but you can tell that Eddie has really put himself in the most dangerous situations. The music and choreography are awesome and the acting is just terrific. The film features a perfect mix of character and plot. The only thing that could have been better would have been if they kept the last half hour as it was, it had been really fun. This film is a must see for fans of Eddie Huang and the film Kung Fu Hustle. 7/10.

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Linda

I have always been a fan of the TV series, but my son enjoyed the movie so I decided to watch it with him and we both enjoyed it. It was just a fun movie that wasn't scary at all. I liked it because it wasn't a bad movie, it was just fun. There was action and some scary moments that I would have liked to have seen, but I was happy with it because it was a movie. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Teresa Lewis

After his failure to stop the murder of Hong Kong's Prime Minister, Chow Yun-Fat (Tony Leung) and his wife Ling (Jiang Wen) move to San Francisco and work for a man named Shum (George Chen), who in turn hires them as bodyguards. Chow and Ling are assigned to protect a San Francisco businessman (Tristan Park) and the two of them begin to become friends. Meanwhile, Shum gets caught up in an unusual game of Russian Roulette, and he is about to be shot when a man named O'Malley (Kung Fu's Liao Fan) appears and gives him a chance to shoot. Chow must then decide whether he is going to go with O'Malley and risk his life, or to return to Shum and risk his life. As you can see, I liked the film, and I wasn't disappointed. What is especially great about this movie is the cast, and I think that they were all fantastic. Tony Leung and Kung Fu's Liao Fan were particularly great, and I think that they deserved awards for their work. But one thing that was different about the movie is the direction. While the film has a lot of action, it was also very slow in some parts, and I felt that this was an improvement over the first two films. The film was also very tense and very violent, and I don't mean that in a good way. But that's part of the fun of the film. All in all, a great film. 7/10

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Howard Coleman

A few years ago, I watched a first-rate movie entitled "Out of the Silent Planet," and I was a little disappointed in its supposed shortcoming. After a couple of viewings, however, I realized that I had been sold on this film from the very beginning, and it has not failed me since. The movie's plot is simple: A murderer (Michael Madsen, in his best performance) is out for revenge on his family and coworkers, and he has the help of an experienced thief (Danielle Harris). The main character's identity is kept secret from the police for most of the movie, and he is almost as much a mystery as the killer. He is a nice mix of charisma, coolness, and sleight of hand. Madsen's performance was probably the best I've ever seen from him. His performance is great, in spite of his performance. The rest of the cast, such as his brother, have very little to do. The characters are well-written and believable, especially the henchman, who I thought was the best part of the movie. The movie also has a lot of wit and laughs, and it doesn't get too dark, which I'm also happy about. The movie is very enjoyable, and is one of the best movies I've seen in the last few years. It's funny, action-packed, and has a great story. It's also good for a Sunday afternoon with the family. Grade A+

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Eugene

I watched this movie with my sister when we were little. It was the same exact thing she was always saying "My favourite movies are bad movies" and "bad movies suck". Now that I am a woman, I think this is one of the only movies she would ever agree to watch, because it was just SO BAD!

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Jack Ramirez

This is a comedy of errors. My review will be in small print, but there are a few lines in the movie where I will put in my entire review. Without ruining it, I will be brief. Many people that have commented on the movie seem to be dissatisfied that the Joker was killed off. After all, how can you keep a serious character alive if he is killed off? Sure, there are many attempts to kill him off, but by the end of the movie, they all fail. Let's get into it. The movie follows Bruce Wayne's life after the events of The Dark Knight Rises. He still works for the Daily Globe, but he has to work his way through more criminals and cops in order to get the photos for the Daily Globe. The two of them get arrested by a Japanese gangster, who will soon face his own personal showdown with Batman. The movie's main weakness is the fact that it doesn't focus on Batman enough. The movie seems like Batman is a huge character in the movie, yet he is only seen in the first half of the movie, and that is all he does. The movie relies too heavily on the relationship between Bruce and Bruce. While Bruce is the main character, we only see him in the movie for about a half hour at a time, which just isn't enough. After the incident with his old friend and girlfriend, he has to start rebuilding his life, and while this is going on, Bruce is completely a different person. His first major obstacle is getting the photograph that he needs. But that is just the beginning. The movie doesn't focus on Bruce very much. The movie does focus on the relationship between Bruce and the other characters, but it is only for a few minutes. Bruce goes from a very strong and handsome detective to a lanky, weak, clumsy cop in the span of a few hours. One of the good things about this movie is that it is fun, and that is what I was looking for. This is the first Robin movie I have ever seen, and I was very impressed. I don't usually like Robin movies, but this was pretty good. There are a few things about the movie that I don't like, but I will get into the good and bad parts of this movie later. The story is that Bruce has to go after his father's killer. This is a little strange to be honest, because Bruce does not seem like he wants to kill anyone, but it seems like he is killing himself out of fear of it. But it is a good part of the movie because Batman just seems to be fighting crime, and this is something that many comic books do. This movie had some good things about it. It had a good story, great fight scenes, and it was fun to watch. There was a scene where Batman shoots a big crowd of criminals and Bruce gives an awesome speech about how Batman is not someone you want to mess with, and that is when it gets pretty good. The movie also has a pretty good ending, which I won't spoil, but it was pretty cool. This was a fun movie, and I think many people will be satisfied with it. I was not satisfied with the ending, but I think it was okay. This was a fun movie and I enjoyed it.

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Russell

I saw this movie at the director's screening. Everyone around me was laughing, and the audience was booing the way everyone expected. It was a good movie. Not the best but not the worst either. The dialog was so funny, and the characters were so lovable. The plot was weak, but still enjoyable. The plot was a bit silly, but also very hilarious. They could have made this movie more witty, but the actors really played the characters. The ending was bad, but still it was the best. I don't have much to say about the plot. This was a good movie. It was a good remake to the original movie. Not the best, but not the worst either. And I really loved it. It had the best cast and the best plot. And the best was made for me.

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Joseph M.

3 minutes of falling down, a bunch of friends in a flying car and a few seconds of a fight in a football stadium are all that's really here. At least the action scenes are not bad, and the scenery is all pretty, except the airport where they escape is kinda boring. The main story is about the two main characters, played by Jason Patric and Lou Diamond Philips, as they struggle to be the best cop in Chinatown, and become friends, and also trying to stop a villain, played by the really funny George Takei, who really doesn't do anything interesting in this movie. What he does is really random and boring. At the end of the movie I felt like something was missing, like a good ending, but what there is is good enough, but it doesn't give anything new or different to the series. But for the most part this is a fun movie to watch and to laugh at.

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Shirley

I don't know why the rest of you are so negative about this movie. I saw it last night and I thought it was very funny. The acting was great. I think that Steve Buscemi was outstanding and I thought that the jokes were mostly the same but I have to say that the plot was more unpredictable and the characters were all likable. I was really entertained by this movie and I can't wait to buy it. Go see it, I'm going to buy it, the only bad thing about this movie is that it's not on DVD but you can rent it.

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Janet

Director Liao Ying-Chun had promised a lot with this film and some (maybe too much) hope at the end. I think it did a good job at doing that. I think the filmmakers could have done better with some of the jokes, some of the characters. Their mannerisms are all different but they still look like the same person. The cast is fantastic but none of them really stood out as the film's major source of comedic value. Li Mu Bai's character is well written but her and Bruce Lee's character development is really underdeveloped. The supporting characters are all pretty solid but they're also underused. My biggest problem with this film was that the film's name was so poorly named. The first film had a name that is familiar but the second one is a very confusing and unrelated movie. I have no idea why the makers chose the title of this film because they should have called it "How to break into the Chinese martial arts." I think the creators needed to know the story and what they were trying to accomplish more than I did. Overall, this film is a worthy addition to the Kung Fu movie genre. I can't say I've seen many movies of the genre and I recommend this one to anyone who is looking for an interesting and funny entry into the genre. 7/10

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Hannah Wong

There is no easy way to describe this movie. It's not supposed to be a movie, or a good one, it's just a movie. And you're gonna love it, if you've got an open mind and a brain. Of course, if you are a die hard Dan Aykroyd fan you might get a bit bored at the end, but that is due to the number of movies he's done. Anyway, the movie has lots of good laughs and many witty dialogues, which are delivered with good humor. What I liked most was the perfect cast. The performances from Ken Takakura, Eric Roberts and Sonny Chiba are very well executed, and the young star of the show is Mike Vogel. He really knows how to play villains, and his acting in the movie is very convincing. I believe his acting skills won't get any better. I would recommend to watch this movie, you will get a good laugh, and you'll see some cool action. The special effects are very well executed, and I'm not talking about the fake-looking villains, I mean the real Chinese hand cannons! One final remark: the plot of the movie is very confusing and it will take you a while to know what is going on. So if you're a beginner to martial arts movies, I suggest you to stay at home and watch this one.

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Angela Washington

Archie Universe is dead. Action Super Hero movies are dead. It doesn't have the magic of Jumanji or Captain America, and I have to ask myself, why was the movie called Chinatown? Maybe it's because it's not the only reason I saw this movie, but that doesn't change my opinion about the film. The film really has everything going for it. A great cast, a great action scene and the best looking superhero film I've ever seen. To me, it's the best comic book movie to date. When you have a great cast, a great action scene and a great looking hero, why not go for it? Batman Begins, Iron Man and Spider-man are great action films, but what is the difference between Batman Begins and Iron Man? In a world where superheroes, crime bosses, Superhero movies and comic book heroes are all dead, we have the Chinatown. It is time to see Chinatown. It is your chance to see the best superhero film in the modern age. 7.5/10

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Louis Guzman

I like Sammo Hung. His sense of humour is great. He does good in this movie. The story is fairly good, but some scenes seem to have been cut to get more action. This is also because they don't have any more action scenes in the movie. But it is good to see more Sammo in this movie. For the first time in his career, Sammo finally gets a fight scene, he's great. And the last fight scene with Jackie and Samson was good. The story is not too bad, but I would say it could have been a little better. But it is still good. My vote is 7/10.

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Wayne Duncan

I really enjoyed Chinatown. I think the acting was great and the storyline kept you interested. I think if I would have known that this would be a sequel I would have been pretty disappointed. But I guess that's because I wasn't expecting much. Still it was an enjoyable movie and I was able to say that despite some negative reviews I found this movie fun. One thing I did find a little off was the direction of the movie. There was some very well done cinematography and the action sequences were great. But there were moments where I just thought it was too much from director J.J. Abrahms and that seemed a little unnecessary. So I can't really complain. The movie is actually a great sequel and I do recommend it.