Chinese Zodiac
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A globe-trotting adventurer uses high-tech gadgets to seek out priceless relics in this action-packed thrill ride starring the one and only Jackie Chan. Centuries ago, a collection of zodiac busts were the pride of China. Flash forward to today, and the bronze heads of those busts are missing. When powerful entrepreneur Lawrence (Oliver PLatt) offers a sizable reward for their recovery, the intrepid Asian Fox (Chan) races to find them, and ensure that China's history is preserved. Meanwhile, Asian Fox will rely on a stunning array of cutting-edge devises to survive his treacherous mission,… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 38%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Lackluster, slow and with only hints of the combo of kineticism, kung fu and comedy that was part of Chan's appeal in the first place, Chinese Zodiacdoesn't do justice to the actor's filmic heritage."
‑ Cary Darling, Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com
"The pic reps an uneven ride that is repeatedly stalled by grandstanding anti-colonial screeds."
‑ Maggie Lee, Variety
"May disappoint fanatics on the hunt for something new from the superstar, but it's harmless work with intermittent thrills, delivering the basics with surprising polish and speed."
‑ Brian Orndorf, Blu-ray.com
"What a pity this workout doesn't deliver a stronger kick."
‑ Andy Webster, New York Times
"Chinese Zodiac, reportedly one of Chan's swan songs for action, shows that he's still looking for ways to be creative, and finding lucrative opportunities."
‑ Fred Topel, CraveOnline
"Chinese Zodiac is incredibly frustrating at times and is mostly disappointing overall, but throws in just enough of what Jackie Chan used to be like in his prime to be somewhat satisfying."
‑ Chris Sawin, Examiner.com
"Will likely leave most ... viewers dazed, confused and eagerly watching the clock."
‑ Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times
"The bilingual story doesn't have enough intrigue to sustain itself at feature length."
‑ Todd Jorgenson, Cinemalogue.com
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