The Medallion

Theatrical Release: August 22, 2003
The Medallion
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Synopsis

Jackie Chan, known for doing his own stunts, is back again with more martial-arts sleight of hand in this supernatural action comedy. A medallion with special, great powers is given to a small boy, but it also attracts the attention of some evil men. In an attempt to get the medallion, they kidnap the boy. Inspector Eddie Yang (Chan) and his cohorts (Lee Evans and Claire Forlani) recover the boy, only to have him kidnapped again. After Eddie is killed trying to save the child, the boy brings Eddie back to life with the aid of the medallion. Eddie does not realize at first what has happened to him but soon discovers that he has supernatural powers including immortality. Not long after Eddie gets his powers, the evil Snakehead (Julian Sands) gets his hands on the medallion and also receives the power from the medallion, leading to an inevitable fight between the two immortals.

Dove Review

In addition to the violence, the film contains some crude humor and bad language, which prevent it from receiving the Dove Seal.

Content Description

Info

Company: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Writer: Bey Logan
Director: Gordon Chan
Producer: Tim Kwok and Candy Leung
Genre: Action
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: PG-13
Starring: Jackie Chan, Claire Forlani, Lee Evans Julian Sands and Alexander Bao
Reviewer: Movie Morality Ministries - Alan Boyer