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|This DVD 2-Pack includes the high-flying Martial Arts movies, THE MEDALLION and THE ART OF ACTION.|
THE MEDALLION: Action superstar Jackie Chan (Rush Hour 2, Shanghai Knights) combines his high-flying style with state-of-the-art special effects as he unleashes the power of The Medallion, the film Roger Ebert gives a big "Thumbs up!" Chan plays Hong Kong detective Eddie Yang, who works with the beautiful Interpol agent Nicole (Claire Forlani from Meet Joe Black and The Rock) and the bumbling agent Watson (Lee Evans of Mouse Hunt) to try to rescue a boy from the clutches of the villainous Snakehead (Warlock's Julian Sands). But when a fatal accident ends his life, Eddie is brought back to this world with the help of The Medallion and is supercharged! Now empowered with superhuman strength, Eddie sets out to thwart Snakehead's plan for world domination. Filmed on location in Hong Kong, Thailand, and Ireland. Jackie Chan has got the power--and kicks The Medallion into high gear!
THE ART OF ACTION: Go Behind-the-Scenes of a Worldwide Phenomenon! The Best Moments from The Greatest Martial Arts Movies Of All Time! Take a trip through martial arts history, from its beginnings in bloody rebellion to the high-flying action movies of today. Join host Samuel L. Jackson for the most action-packed moments from over 100 movies, including rarely-seen vintage films and modern-day favorites! Highlights From These Hit Movies: Charlie's Angels, Rush Hour 2, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon...and dozens more! Interviews And Footage Of Your Favorite Stars And Directors: Ang Lee, Sammo Hung, John Woo and many others!
"[Medallion] The best of Jackie Chan's American movies... Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle
Editor's NoteThis DVD 2-Pack combines Jackie Chan's 2003 action title, THE MEDALLION, with ART OF ACTION, a 2002 documentary, hosted by Samuel L. Jackson, which examines the world of martial arts films. See individual titles for details.
|Keith Clarke - [Art] Director|
|Gordan Chan - [Medallion] Director|