Rush Hour 2

Other mistake: When Carter and Lee walk through the Crenshaw 'restaurant', the Chinese woman who yells at them speaks very, very bad Chinese - the first half is incomprehensible and the last half is mostly mispronounced.

Other mistake: When Carter and Lee go into the nightclub and talk to the hostess, watch closely, you'll see Lee walk into Carter's shoulder momentarily and then pull his head back quickly, before walking off.

Other mistake: When Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan are fighting in the massage parlour, Chris Tucker is able to fight and do all sorts of moves with only a towel wrapped around his waist that magically never falls off. (00:18:30 - 00:20:20)

Visible crew/equipment: When Carter is fighting Zhang Ziyi, she thrusts a sword into his coat. For a split second, there is a shot where a man is crouched down behind the statue on which Carter is against, looking up at Carter and Zhang Ziyi. (01:13:45)

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Carter: Now gimme a hundred-thousand in chips, and a diet pepsi and some hot wings!

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Trivia: During the scene where Zhang Zhiyi gets knocked out and Chris Tucker calls her, "a crazy a$$ b&%*h", that take was taken around 20 times due to the fact that Tucker was very conservative in trying to make up something to insult Zhang Zhiyi but not too bad. The director finally pulled Tucker aside and convinced him that he HAD to say something very insulting because of Zhang's character. And that's how the last take and the final cut for the insult was done.

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Answer: "Give me money or I won't drive. Pay me, pay me, pay me" and "now you're speaking my language."

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