The Tuxedo Movie Review 2002

Information and Film Reviews for The Tuxedo the Movie

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After an unusual opening non sequiter, movie pits kickmaster Chan against the evil Banning (Coster) out to dehydrate the world via a deadly ingredient in the water supply. Mild mannered taxi driver Jimmy (Chan) takes a job chauffeuring Clark Devlin (Isaacs), a wealthy spy with a secret weapon: the title's near-magical tuxedo that turns the wearer into a martial arts fighting machine. After Devlin's injured, Jimmy dons the supersuit and joins agent Del (Hewitt) in the fight against Banning. Chan is his usual amiable, entertaining self even against this extremely silly backdrop of a movie. Highlight is Chan's stint as a stand-in for soul man James Brown.

Distribution

DreamWorks SKG, 1000 Flower St., Glendale, CA 91201, Phone: (818)695-5000, Fax: (818)695-7775, URL: http://www.dreamworks.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 98 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Action-Comedy, Spies & Espionage
Screenplay
Michael J. Wilson, Michael Leeson
Cast
Jackie Chan, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jason Isaacs, Debi Mazar, Ritchie Coster, Peter Stormare, Romany Malco, Mia Cottet
Cinematography
Stephen Windon
Director
Kevin Donovan
Music
John Debney, Christophe Beck
Other
Glen Gauthier, Billy Gottlieb, Craig P. Herring, Nigel Churcher, Erica Edell Phillips, Paul Denham Austerberry, Monte Fay Hallis
Producer
Adam Schroeder, John H. Williams, Vanguard Films, Parkes/McDonald, Dreamworks Pictures

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