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Rush Hour 2 [DVD] [2001]

Release Date:12/11/2001
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Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker return in the action-comedy hit Rush Hour 2, part of New Line Cinema's "Infinifilm" DVD line. The 2.35:1 anamorphic transfer for Rush Hour 2 is as close to reference quality as one can get. Audio is presented in English Dolby Digital EX 5.1, as well as English Dolby Digital ES 6.1. Fans should have a blast with both of these tracks, as each one is spaciously full of effects and mind-blowing sounds. An English Dolby Stereo track is also included. Under the "All Access Pass" menu there is a semi-entertaining commentary with director Brett Ratner and writer Jeff Nathanson. "Making Magic out of Mire" and "Fashion of Rush Hour 2" are behind-the-scenes segments featuring interviews with the cast and crew. "Evolution of a Scene" is a look at three separate scenes and how they are constructed, and "Visual Effects Deconstruction" is a peek at how the effects operators utilize models to simulate large-scale explosions. Finally there are ten deleted scenes, three theatrical trailers, and cast and crew information. The "Beyond the Movie" menu offers seven different options. "Jackie Chan's Hong Kong Introduction" is Chan narrating a segment about New York City. "Culture Clash: West Meets East" includes interviews with some of the production crew and behind-the-scenes video of the shoot. "Language Barrier" is a small feature on the language differences between some of the cast and crew, as well as the actors. "Attaining International Stardom" finds director Brett Ratner and other cast and crew members discussing the making of the film and the joys of working together. "Kung Fu Choreography" analyzes the fight scenes and action sequences, while "Lady Luck" is a student film by director Brett Ratner. Finally, there is a "Fact Track" that can be operated as the movie plays to fill the viewer in on more history and facts about Rush Hour 2.


Interactive menus

Jackie Chan's Hong Kong introduction

"Culture Clash: East Meets West"

"Language Barrier"

"Attaining International Stardom"

Kung-fu choreography

Early Brett Ratner film, "Lady Luck"

Trivia subtitle track with direct access to additional features

Script-to-screen, original website, links

Commentary by director Brett Ratner and writer Jeff Nathanson

Deleted scenes with optional director commentary and outtakes

"Making Magic out of Mire: A Look at Brett Ratner"

"Evolution of a Scene"

Fashion of "Rush Hour 2"

Visual effects deconstruction

Theatrical and teaser trailers

Cast and crew filmographies