Rush Hour

Rush Hour (1998)

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Other mistake: At the end where there is the big shootout, Mr. Lee climbs up the building on the inside and at the bottom one of the good guys gets shot. He falls to the ground and after about 2 seconds lying there dead he moves his arm.

Continuity mistake: Jackie is handcuffed to the steering wheel with handcuffs made by Smith and Wesson. In the next scene he wears handcuffs made by Peerless.

Continuity mistake: When Carter tries to shoot Sang's getaway car after he and Lee fall through the roof, one can notice they used three different takes for the shooting scene (look at Lee during the three 'takes'). (00:46:08)

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Continuity mistake: When Lee and Carter are chasing Sang onto the broken bridge in the run down building, Sang trips and drops the detonator, which then falls towards the edge of the bridge. When Lee falls in the same place a few seconds later, he picks up the detonator which is now in the middle of the bridge. (00:45:40)

Continuity mistake: At one point when Lee and Carter are dancing, Carter's hands are both up. Shot changes and his left hand is now down- there wasn't any time for him to move it.

Driver: Is there a problem, officer?
Sang: No problem. Just rush hour.

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Trivia: "Rush Hour" is credited for being the inspiration behind the popular (and polarizing) website "Rotten Tomatoes" in 1998. Creator Senh Duong was a massive Jackie Chan fan and began to collect the reviews critics published about his films. And he wanted to create an online space where the reviews could be compiled, especially as Jackie Chan's first major Hollywood film - "Rush Hour" - was coming out. Eventually, Duong and his associates began to compile reviews for other films not starring Chan, and the idea snowballed from there.

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Question: Why exactly does Carter hide from Lee behind the street post, when they are going to tell the FBI to pull their men out of the building, that the kidnapper is supposedly in?

Answer: Because he doesn't believe that Lee is right. He thinks that he's just going to annoy the FBI and so he doesn't want to be seen to be involved.

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