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Don’t listen to them. This movie is great.
I think the thing throwing people off here is the title. The original Chinese title is “Looking for Jackie Chan” which does describe the plot of the movie. That being said, there is only a little bit of Jackie Chan in this movie. But come on, a movie can be plenty good with other people.
This is just the story of a really dorky kid looking for his idol. It’s fun, has just a touch of fantasy and a lot of silliness. Sure, it has some quaint morality themes in it, but none of those stop this from being a fun family movie, the kind of thing that was so much fun to watch when I was a kid. Watch it, enjoy it, and stop being such a pretentious person just because it doesn’t have that much Chan in it.
Where’s the Jackie? Where’s the story?
An extended service announcement: kids, be nice to granny, honor your family, and study. That’s it, albeit sprinkled with tidbits of Jackie Fu. There’s no more depth or character development than a moderately swank ad; in fact, I’ve seen ads that do a much better job. Every character is a foil, including our protagonist who’s rebellious and wants to learn Kung Fu so he can kick the butts of those who kicked his. We never get a clue as to why he’s rebellious, why he doesn’t want to study, etc.; he’s a mono-dimensional punk and we don’t care. He has encounters with some promising characters—a girl and her master in a monastery, an impressive woman cop—but none of these relationships go anywhere and are dropped in service of moving the main character along his track to encounter Jackie Chan who, as has been mentioned, we see very little of. Then the service announcement (I refuse to call this a “movie”) moves inexorably on to complete the message and our protagonist-foil, who’s blatantly in service to this ad’s message, asks granny about her granny. Lesson learned and now he’s a wonderful kid. Yippee. How I managed to finish watching this advert I’m hard pressed to say. I think it was a morbid curiosity to see if it was going to finish as badly as it seemed it surely would.
Original Language zh
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min), 1 hr 28 min (88 min) (China)
Genre Action, Comedy, Family
Director Gangliang Fang, Ping Jiang
Writer Xuan Hua, Jiamin Wu
Actors Yishan Zhang, Jackie Chan, Qixing Aisin-Gioro
Awards 1 win & 3 nominations
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