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The Tuxedo
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The Tuxedo 2002

From Amazon: Jackie Chan looks spiffy in The Tuxedo, but the movie needs a tailor. No Jackie Chan movie could be a total misfire, however, and he's charmingly self-effacing here as a hapless chauffeur who inadvertently replaces his injured super-agent boss (Jason Issacs) and foils a madman (Ritchie Coster) who plans to infect the world's water supply (!) and reap a fortune selling pure bottled water. Jackie's a bumbling superhero after donning his boss's high-tech, Inspector Gadget-like tuxedo (it even has a "Mambo" setting), and curvaceous co-agent Jennifer Love Hewitt coaches him in crime fighting while closing in on the bad guys....

Directed By:
No image existsKevin Donovan
Jackie ChanJackie Chan
Jennifer Love HewittJennifer Love Hewitt
No image existsJason Isaacs
No image existsDebi Mazar
No image existsRitchie Coster
No image existsRitchie Coster
No image existsPeter Stormar

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The Tuxedo Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/6/2007)

This one was made strictly for the teens. They like Jackie Chan and Jennifer Love Hewitt and what better way to get them to the movies than put them both in a film billed as a comedy.

Instead of comedy, we get slapstick. Well, that is comedy, but the lowest form. Chan is wasted as his acrobatics are directed by wires and...

(complete The Tuxedo review by Movie Addict)

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