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Chop-socky remake of Jules Verne classic.
Jackie Chan takes a serious role as undercover cop in true Hong Kong kidnap drama.
A young tearaway is sent to learn kung-fu from his strict, mysterious and heavy-drinking uncle.
Over the course of one single day, we track the sun from the highest mountains to the remotest islands to exotic jungles.
A gem from Jackie Chan’s fast-punching back catalogue.
An American teenager's love of kung fu leads him on the path to adventure in a mythic China.
Quality period kung fu with some modern day masters.
After moving a to China, a bullied boy discovers a new approach to life as he learns kung fu.
Po the pudgy panda becomes an unlikely hero in this kids' adventure.
Po discovers his real dad and fights the great yak from the spirit world to save the world
A Chinese archeology professor teams up with an Indian professor to search for lost Magadha treasure.
A battle royal in the city of teenage ninjas with special powers and a fine line in witty dialogue in the plastic world of Lego.
Jackie Chan in a resurrection magic kung fu adventure.
A maverick Hong Kong cop takes on a dangerous gang.
A police officer, his daughter and a group of strangers are taken hostage by a nightclub owner, but all is not what it seems.
Swashbuckling martial arts.
A railway worker in China in the Forties leads a group of men against the Japanese to obtain food for the poor.
Culture-clash crime and chop-socky romp.
Jackie Chan kicks his way through Paris in martial arts sequel.
Sequel to Shanghai Noon, in which Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson go to London.
Imperial guard from The Forbidden City, Peking, has comic adventures in wild, wild West.
Jackie Chan fights Manhattan bad guys in a magic dinner suit that gives him special powers.
Messy martial arts/vampire/ comedy/popstar concoction.
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