- Directors: Brett Ratner
- Producers: Robert Birnbaum, Andrew Z Davis, Jonathan Glickman, Athur M Sarkissian, Jay Stern
- Writers: Jeff Nathanson, Ross LaManna
- Genres: Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
- Actors: Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, Hiroyuki Sanada, Youki Kudoh, Yvan Attal, Noemie Lenoir, Roman Polanski, Zhang Jingchu, Tzi Ma, Dana Ivey, Henry Oo, Max Von Sydow
During discussions in the World Criminal Court, as the Ambassador addresses the importance of fighting the Triad organization, he announces that he may know the whereabouts of Shy Shen. Suddenly, Han takes a bullet in the shoulder, disrupting the conference. Lee pursues the assassin and corners him, discovering that the assassin is his brother Kenji (Hiroyuki Sanada). When Lee hesitates to shoot Kenji, Carter, having heard of Han’s incident on the police radio, shows up driving towards the two and accidentally nearly runs Lee over, allowing Kenji to escape.
In the hospital, Lee learns that Han will make a full recovery. Han’s daughter, Soo-Yung (Zhang Jingchu), now grown up, arrives and makes Lee and Carter promise to capture the one behind the shooting. She then informs Lee and Carter that her father gave her an envelope which contains important information regarding the Triad, and that the envelope is in her locker at the martial arts studio where she works. Lee and Carter make their way to the martial arts studio, but find out that a gang of armed men have already arrived and emptied it. Lee and Carter are told by the Master of the studio that Soo-Yung and Han are in danger, and rush back to the hospital.
As Carter and Lee send Soo-Yung down the elevator, more Triads arrive. In order to escape, Lee and Carter grab and untie a large French flag hanging over the side of the tower and use it as a makeshift parachute and float to safety. Unfortunately, they are confronted by Reynard, who is holding GeneviÃ¨ve hostage and threatening to kill her and frame Lee and Carter for her murder. However, George, having followed Lee and Carter, shoots Reynard and declares “Case Closed.” The police arrive, with the commissioner from earlier gloating and trying to get undeserved credit. After giving the commissioner a team punch to the face, Lee and Carter leave the scene dancing to Edwin Starr’s “War”.