Shanghai Knights
Shanghai Knights (2003)

East and West team up to take on bad guys in the British Empire in this sequel to the action comedy hit Shanghai Noon. Chon Wang (Jackie Chan), once an Imperial Guard in China, is now the Sheriff of Carson City, NV, while his onetime… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: February 7, 2003
DVD Release Date: July 15, 2003
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Critic Score: 66% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: A silly, anachronistic mess, but the pairing of Chan and Wilson makes the movie fun.

Ed Park
Village Voice

It's a merry surfeit, lofted by calisthenic wow above the usual level for late-era Jackie and Wilson's mellow-gold delivery.

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Peter Howell
Toronto Star

[A] mundane sequel.

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Sean Axmaker

Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson bring the Far East and the old West to 19th century London as they search for Chan's sister (Fann Wong) in Shanghai Knights (2003), a high spirited but dumbed-down sequel to Shanghai Noon.

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Richard Roeper
Ebert & Roeper

Like an Abbott & Costello comedy, Shanghai Knights is truly dumb, sometimes inconsistent, but awfully funny.

Glenn Lovell
San Jose Mercury News

Grand, undemanding entertainment.

Kevin Carr
Fat Guys at the Movies

There are no surprises here.

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Claudia Puig
USA Today

Knights will surely find an enthusiastic following before it gets to video.

Mick LaSalle
San Francisco Chronicle

A desperately unfunny action comedy, mirthless not only in its effect on an audience but in its whole aura.

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Peter Canavese
Groucho Reviews

This innocent, sixties-style, big-budget comedy-romance-action-adventure romp is solid family entertainment that would make any self-respecting kid's jaw drop for a good two hours. [Blu-ray]

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Flixster Audience Score: 54% Flixster User Reviews
JY Skacto
David Dobkin goes British with <i>Shanghai Knights</i>.<p>105 minutes of adventure, action, and comedy sums up this picture. On top of that,… More
Albert Kim
Same thing as "Shanghai Noon" except lacking considerable charm and comedic value.
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Martin Sahlin
This is not funny...And I don't think I've ever heard Jackie Chan speak this bad bullshit (pun indended)
Alex roy
A tad disappointing but still good considering that Shanghai Noon was a lot of fun with great gags and action, this one is good but lacks the effectiveness of… More
danny d
in plotting a much larger scale, the film loses some of the charm of the first. it is still very entertaining and has some laugh out loud hilarious moments. a… More