Best Jackie Chan movies

The name Jackie Chan itself is a brand when it comes to best in action and comedy movies. He has this inhabited nature of delivering the best movies and keep the audience engaged in the first few minutes as the movie starts. Out of numerous action movie stars Jackie Chan still holds the name for the best action-comedy star around the world. The fan base that he has received over the years with his witty and picky bits of humor in action. And here are a few movies as liked by the audience: 

1. The tuxedo

The tuxedo
The tuxedo

 The Tuxedo (2002) is a specific movie that centers around a tuxedo with special abilities. In this action-comedy film, Jackie Chan plays a personal driver named Jimmy Tong who becomes a spy after he is asked by his owner after he meets with an accident to wear a high-tech tuxedo. The tuxedo grants the wearer extraordinary martial arts skills and various gadgets. With his newfound abilities, Jimmy must stop a villainous plot that threatens the world. The movie combines action, comedy, and adventure in a lighthearted and entertaining manner.

The movie revolves around the production of a genetically specialized insect which could poison a person to death. So the character of Jackie Chan is assigned to terminate the ongoing research along with the other members of the team of the spy agency. 

The main characters in the movie are:

Jackie Chan(Jimmy Tong)

Jennifer Love Hewitt(Del Blaine)

Jason Isaacs(Clark Devlin)

Peter Stormare(Dr. Simms)

2. Shanghai noon

Shanghai noon
Shanghai noon

 Shanghai Noon is a 2000 action-comedy film starring Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson. The film was directed by Tom Dey and received positive reviews for its comedic chemistry between Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson. The movie follows the story of Chon Wang (played by Jackie Chan), an Imperial Chinese guard who travels to the Wild West in search of a kidnapped princess (played by Lucy Liu). 

Along the way, Chon Wang teams up with a small-time train robber named Roy O'Bannon (played by Owen Wilson), and together they embark on a series of misadventures as they try to rescue the princess and foil a plot against the Chinese emperor. "Shanghai Noon" combines martial arts action, comedy, and western elements to create an entertaining and humorous blend of genres. The film was directed by Tom Dey and received positive reviews for its comedic chemistry between Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson.

The starring actors are:

Jackie Chan(Chon Wang)

Owen Wilson(Roy O'Bannon)

Lucy Liu(Princess)

Roger Yuan(Lo Fong)

3. Shanghai knights

Shanghai knights
Shanghai knights

Shanghai Knights is a 2003 action-comedy film and a sequel to the movie "Shanghai Noon". The film follows Chon Wang's journey to London to avenge his father's death and retrieve a stolen imperial seal. Roy, who is now working as a stage performer, joins Chon in his quest. Along the way, they encounter various comedic and action-packed situations.

In "Shanghai Knights," Chon and Roy find themselves facing off against a nefarious villain, played by Donnie Yen, who has his own plans for the stolen imperial seal. The film combines martial arts action, humor, and an adventurous storyline set in the late 19th century. The mismatched duo's comedic chemistry and Jackie Chan's impressive stunt work are highlights of the movie.

It stars Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson reprising their roles as Chon Wang and Roy O'Bannon, respectively.

Donnie Yen(Wu Chow)

Aron Taylor Johnson(Charlie Chaplin)

4. The Spy next door

The spy next door
The spy next door

 The Spy Next Door is a 2010 family action-comedy film directed by Brian Levant. The Spy Next Door combines elements of comedy and action as Bob must juggle his role as a spy with his attempts to be a good stepfather. The film features Jackie Chan's trademark martial arts stunts and physical comedy, along with a heartwarming family dynamic. The movie aims to provide entertainment for audiences of all ages with its blend of humor, adventure, and family themes.

The movie stars Jackie Chan as Bob Ho, a Chinese secret agent who retires to settle down with his girlfriend and her three children. However, when his girlfriend is called away on a trip, Bob offers to babysit her kids. As Bob tries to win the children's affection, they accidentally discover his secret past and become involved in a mission when one of Bob's former enemies resurfaces.

The main characters in the movie are:

Jackie Chan(Bob Ho)

George Lopez(Glaze)

Lucas Till(Larry)

Amber Valletta(Gillian)

5. Rush hour series

Rush hour
Rush hour

 The first installment of the movie came out back in 1998 when the character of Jackie Chan was first assigned to work in collaboration with the American FBI police to find the daughter of a Chinese diplomat.  

Rush Hour became a successful franchise, with two sequels released in 2001 and 2007. The series is known for its dynamic chemistry between Chan and Tucker, fast-paced action, and comedic elements. It has gained a significant fan following and is regarded as one of Jackie Chan's most successful Hollywood ventures.

In "Rush Hour," Lee travels to Los Angeles to assist with the investigation and clashes with Carter, who initially sees him as an outsider. However, they eventually overcome their differences and form a comedic and action-packed team. The film showcases Jackie Chan's martial arts skills and Chris Tucker's comedic timing, creating a blend of thrilling action sequences and humorous interactions.

The main characters in the movie are (1st part):

Jackie Chan(Lee)

Chris Tucker(Carter)

Elizabeth Peña(Johnson)

Tom Wilkinson(Thomas Griffin)

(2nd part):

Jackie Chan(Lee)

Chris Tucker(Carter)

Roselyn Sánchez(Isabella Molina)

John Lone(Ricky Tan)

(3rd part):

Jackie Chan(Lee)

Chris Tucker(Carter)

Hiroyuki Sanada(Kenji)

Tzi Ma(Ambassador)

6. The accidental spy

The accidental spy
The accidental spy

 The Accidental Spy is a 2001 action-comedy film directed by Teddy Chan. The movie follows the story of Buck Yuen, a sales assistant in a sporting goods store who leads a simple and ordinary life. However, he discovers that he is the long-lost son of a wealthy businessman and becomes embroiled in a dangerous international espionage plot.

As Buck tries to uncover the truth about his past and his connection to his father, he finds himself thrust into the world of spies, secret agents, and dangerous criminals. With his resourcefulness and Jackie Chan's trademark martial arts skills, Buck becomes an accidental spy and fights to protect himself and those he cares about.

The main characters in the movie are:

Jackie Chan(Buck Yen)

Scott Adkins(Lee)

Eric Tsang(Many Liu)

Vivian Hsu(Yong)

7. Snake in the eagle's shadow

Snake in the eagle's shadow
Snake in the eagle's shadow

 Snake in the Eagle's Shadow is a 1978 martial arts film directed by Yuen Woo-ping. The film follows the story of a young orphan named Chien Fu (played by Jackie Chan), who works as a menial servant in a martial arts school. Chien Fu is constantly bullied by the school's students and teachers until he encounters an old beggar named Pai Cheng-Tien, played by Simon Yuen.

Pai Cheng-Tien is a master of a rare style of kung fu called Snake Fist. He takes Chien Fu under his wing, teaching him the secrets of the Snake Fist style and helping him develop his martial arts skills. With his newfound abilities, Chien Fu gains the confidence to stand up to his oppressors and eventually finds himself entangled in a conflict with an evil martial arts master, played by Hwang Jang-lee.

The main characters are:

Jackie Chan(Chien Fu)

Yuen Siu-Tien(Pai Chang-tien)

Hwang Jang-lee(Sheng Kuan)

Roy Horan(Missionary)

8. Drunken master

Drunken master
Drunken master

 Drunken Master is a 1978 martial arts film directed by Yuen Woo-ping. The movie follows the story of Wong Fei-hung, a legendary Chinese folk hero and martial artist. In the film, Wong Fei-hung is a mischievous and undisciplined young man who is constantly getting into trouble. To teach him discipline and proper martial arts techniques, Wong Fei-hung's father sends him to train under Beggar So, a master of the Drunken Boxing style. Beggar So, played by Yuen Siu-tien, is a skilled and eccentric martial artist who specializes in an unorthodox fighting style that mimics the movements of a drunkard.

Under Beggar So's tutelage, Wong Fei-hung learns the art of Drunken Boxing and transforms from a reckless troublemaker into a formidable martial artist. As his skills improve, Wong Fei-hung finds himself embroiled in a conflict with a ruthless assassin and his gang.

The main characters are:

Jackie Chan(Wong Fei Hung)

Yuen Siu-tien(Su Hua  Chi)

Hwang Jang-lee(Thunderfoot)

Linda Lin(Fei-hung's aunt)

9. Twin dragons

Twin dragons
Twin dragons

 Twin Dragons is a 1992 action-comedy film directed by Ringo Lam and Hark Tsui. The story revolves around a case of mistaken identity when Ma Yau, a famous conductor, is kidnapped by a criminal organization. In an attempt to rescue him, Die Hard is mistaken for his twin brother and finds himself caught up in a dangerous plot. The brothers must work together to overcome their differences and take down the criminals.

The movie stars Jackie Chan in a dual role as twin brothers, Ma Yau and Die Hard. Ma Yau is a renowned classical musician, while Die Hard is a street-smart mechanic.

The main characters are:

Jackie Chan(Ma Yau)

Tsui Hark(Car mechanic)

Maggie Cheung(Barbara)

Ringo Lam(Car mechanic)

10. Skiptrace


 Skiptrace is a 2016 action-comedy film directed by Renny Harlin. The movie stars Jackie Chan as Bennie Chan, a Hong Kong detective who teams up with a fast-talking American gambler named Connor Watts, played by Johnny Knoxville. Together, they embark on an adventure to track down a notorious crime boss.

In "Skiptrace," Bennie's goddaughter gets into trouble with a criminal organization led by the ruthless boss known as "The Matador." Determined to bring him to justice, Bennie reluctantly partners with Connor, who has information that could help them locate The Matador. Their journey takes them from Hong Kong to Macau, Russia, and beyond, as they encounter various challenges and engage in comedic and action-packed encounters.

The main characters are:

Jackie Chan(Benny Black)

Johnny Knoxville(Connor Watts)

Fan Bingbing(Bai)

Eve Torres(Dasha)

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