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China, Hong Kong, United States · 2016
Rated PG-13 · 1h 47m
Director Renny Harlin
Starring Jackie Chan, Johnny Knoxville, Fan Bingbing, Eric Tsang
Genre Action, Comedy, Mystery, Thriller

Detective Bennie Chan of the Hong Kong Police Department has been searching for the criminal kingpin "The Matador" for ten years, motivated by the death of his friend and partner. In order to catch him, he must team up with an American gambler named Connor Watts.

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The A.V. Club by Adam Nayman

Knoxville isn’t as starry a Hollywood foil to his co-star’s iconic stoicism as either Chris Tucker or Owen Wilson, but playing a jackass is right in his wheelhouse and in one action set piece, he’s very funny as a kind of tightly bound human prop.


Variety by Dennis Harvey

Skiptrace remains lively, diverting, and essentially good-natured even when it’s cheerfully dumb, exploiting its diverse locations for every last drop of local color.


The Hollywood Reporter by Justin Lowe

Chan’s English-language dialogue occasionally comes across a bit muffled, but his body language rarely fails to connect. Knoxville thrashes about in a fairly undisciplined manner, but succeeds in providing a sizeable share of the comic relief.


Slant Magazine by Keith Watson

The film's bloated action-comedy machinery prevents any real chemistry from forming between Jackie Chan and Johnny Knoxville.

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