Struck with amnesia, Jackie Chan is a special forces agent named Jackie that is adopted by an African bush tribe. As he seeks his identity, he finds that a lot of people want him dead.
This film was sold directly to cable. Still, there’s some great slapstick comedy and awesome action sequences, including one alongside a skyscraper.
The Russian Mafia is up to no good again, posing as KGB agents intent on stealing a nuclear missile. Of course, this causes the CIA to call on Jackie Chan to stop them.
You’ll be sure to enjoy some of the amazing fight scenes in this sequel to Supercop, including a battle in a shark tank.
Work causes a single mother to move from America to China with her young son. There her boy is bullied by kung fu students, which leads to him learning the art from a master (Jackie Chan) in order to defend himself.
Miracles is a gangster film set in the 1930’s. Chan rescues a dying crime boss, eventually taking over for him when he passes. Believing his good fortune is due to a woman that he’s been buying roses from, he attempts to pay her back by helping her to trick her own daughter into believing that she's a wealthy socialite.
The fight scenes are solid and entertaining. However, it’s the heart in this one that sets it apart.
Jackie Chan plays a police investigator in Hong Kong named Wing that leads his team into a trap that gets everyone but him killed. He then turns to drinking until a younger officer named Fung helps him to turn things around.
That’s when Chan (Wing) seeks revenge on the five people that killed his team.
Jackie Chan wants his kidnapped girlfriend back and all he needs to do is find the old pieces of an ancient suit of armor to pay her ransom. Of course, there are all types of bad guys trying to stop him from doing just that.
The customary humor and action we're all used to in Chan films make this one to watch.
Jackie Chan plays a coast guard officer named Dragon Ma in 19th-century Hong Kong, whose ship is being terrorized by pirates. Of course, that’s only part of the story as law enforcement officials are also in cahoots with his enemies, leaving Chan in a position where he has to take them on.
As is always the case in Chan films, both his comedic and stunningly athletic side come out.