- 19 Jul 16
For fans of Jackie Chan classics, his newest movie Skiptrace will provide all of his usual thrills, plus a bit of humour mixed in with plenty of fighting.
Jackie Chan is known for taking on humorous roles that involve a lot of ass kicking, and his latest movie, Skiptrace, falls in line with some of his greatest past hits.
The movie also stars Johnny Knoxville, who plays the lovable bad boy always getting Chan into trouble. His character is reminiscent of Owen Wilson's Roy O'Bannon from the 2000 hit Shanghai Noon.
Check out the trailer and the film's synopsis below:
"When Bennie’s goddaughter Samantha (Bingbing Fan) gets into trouble with Wong’s crime syndicate, Bennie must track down the man whose actions got her there: the fast-talking American gambler Connor Watts (Johnny Knoxville).
Bennie soon discovers, however, that in bringing Connor back to Hong Kong he’s ensuring more than his goddaughter’s fate; Connor also possesses knowledge about Victor Wong that, if exposed, could finally bring the corrupt businessman to justice. As Bennie races against the clock to return with Connor to Hong Kong, the unlikely pair embarks on an entertaining and perilous adventure that spans from the mountains of Mongolia to the dunes of the Gobi desert."