Shanghai Noon's Wild West buddies Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson are reunited for an eventful trip to 1887 London
Shanghai Noon's Wild West buddies Jackie Chan and Owen Wilson are reunited for an eventful trip to 1887 London.
There’s plenty of room for Chan’s brand of jokey action, including a hilarious spoof of Singin' in the Rain in which he wields a brolly as a weapon, while Owen has a winning line in wisecracks.
The story is full of anachronisms and historical errors - for instance, it features a young Charlie Chaplin, who wasn't even born until two years later! - but most of them are probably intentional.
The two intrepid heroes have to stop a dastardly assassination attempt on Queen Victoria, which takes in a dizzy struggle on the clock face of Big Ben, a brief brush with Jack the Ripper and more than a bit of help from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Showing at 12.05am on BBC1 Northern Ireland and Wales.
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