Shanghai Noon (2000) Full Movie

Shanghai Noon
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Shanghai Noon (2000) : Chon Wang, a clumsy imperial guard trails Princess Pei Pei when she is kidnapped from the Forbidden City and transported to America. Wang follows her captors to Nevada, where he teams up with an unlikely partner, outcast outlaw Roy O'Bannon, and tries to spring the princess from her imprisonment.

Title Shanghai Noon (2000)
Release Date May 26, 2000
Genres , , ,
Production Company Roger Birnbaum Productions, Spyglass Entertainment, Touchstone Pictures
Production Countries Hong Kong, United States of America
Casts Jackie Chan, Owen Wilson, Lucy Liu, Xander Berkeley, Roger Yuan, Yu Rong-Guang, Walton Goggins, Jason Connery, Adrien Dorval, Stacy Grant, Kate Luyben
Plot Keywords princess, sioux, travel, rescue, native american, chinese, cowboy, duringcreditsstinger, 19th century
Chon Wang
Chon Wang
Jackie Chan
Roy O'Bannon
Roy O'Bannon
Owen Wilson
Princess Pei Pei
Princess Pei Pei
Lucy Liu
Nathan Van Cleef
Nathan Van Cleef
Xander Berkeley
Lo Fong
Lo Fong
Roger Yuan
Imperial Guard
Imperial Guard
Yu Rong-Guang
Wallace
Wallace
Walton Goggins
Andrews
Andrews
Jason Connery
Blue
Blue
Adrien Dorval
Hooker in Distress
Hooker in Distress
Stacy Grant
Fifi
Fifi
Kate Luyben
Royal Interpreter
Royal Interpreter
Henry O
Little Feather
Little Feather
Simon Baker
Saddle Rock Sheriff
Saddle Rock Sheriff
Alan C. Peterson
Saddle Rock Deputy
Saddle Rock Deputy
Rad Daly
Dream Sequence Hooker
Dream Sequence Hooker
Eliza Norbury
Indian Wife
Indian Wife
Brandon Merrill
Imperial Guard
Imperial Guard
Eric Chen
Imperial Guard
Imperial Guard
Ya Hi Cui
Vasquez
Vasquez
Rafael Báez
Sioux Chief
Sioux Chief
Russell Badger
Margie
Margie
Jody Thompson
Dream Sequence Hooker
Dream Sequence Hooker
Kendall Saunders
Train Passenger
Train Passenger
Christy Greene

Reviews

  • Wuchak

    _**Entertaining action/comedy Western**_ Released in 2000, "Shanghai Noon" features Jackie Chan as Chon Wang (the Chinese spelling of John Wayne) who teams up with good bad-guy Roy O'Bannon (Owen Wilson). They're pursuing the Empress of China or a load of gold -- whatever -- and have many misadventures. It didn't dawn on me until the end that the title "Shanghai Noon" is a comical take on "High Noon" (aduh). Anyway, this is a good flick to watch if you're in the mood for an Indiana Jones-type movie, like 1999's "The Mummy." It's not as good as "Raiders of the Lost Ark", but it's better than its sequels. Chan and Wilson have great chemistry and the humor is amusing, like the Wyatt Earp line at the end. Of course, with Jackie Chan the action is great as well, but it goes a bit overboard towards the end, which is typical of Hollywood, as well as overlong. The film runs 110 minutes and was shot in Alberta, Canada, and the Forbidden City, Beijing. GRADE: B