Shanghai Noon Movie
It happens that the beautiful Princess Pei Pei (Liu) is abducted from the Forbidden City and taken to America by villainous white men. The Emperor of China sends three of his most reliable, bravest and skilful guards to pay a ransom and retrieve his daughter he loves with all his soul. Chon Wang (Jackie Chan), an athletically built yet gawky imperial guard, is not among one of the three. He, however, insists on accompanying the guards and travels to the West to rescue Pei Pei he has affection for. On arrival in Nevada, the train the Imperial Guards are on is attacked by Roy O'Bannon (Owen Wilson) and his well-armed gang. Both Roy and Chon happen to be separated from their groups and reluctantly become companions to find the Princess. Along the way, the unlikely duo plunges into a string of various mishaps and curious incidents.
- The Classic Western Gets A Kick In The Pants.
The first kung-fu western ever
- The old west meets the far east
User Reviews of Shanghai Noon
- IMDB Rating:
- IMDB Votes:
- Action, Adventure, Comedy, Western
China, Martial arts, Murder, Safecracker, Gun, Train, Twist in the end, Mirror, Nevada, Honor
- $56,937,502 (57.4%)
- + Foreign:
- $42,336,965 (42.6%)
- = Worldwide:
- $15,607,034 (2,711 theaters, $5,756 average) % of Total Gross: 27.4%
- 2,751 theaters