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Full Credits

CAST
Det. Carter – SEAN COMBS
Det. Lee – BYUNG HUN LEE
Choi – BRIAN TEE
Chief – RICHARD TYSON
Ambassador’s Daughter – AMY SONG
Pedestrian – FRANKIE QUINONES
Stunt Coordinator – HO SUNG PAK
Doctors – DAVE ROSS, JAKE WEISMAN, ALLEN S. WILLIAMS, JOHN KLYMSHUN
Gangsters – PETER LEE, TJ KIM, PATRICK KIM
Criminals – SEAN DACANAY, DOMINIC D’ASTICE
CREW
Executive Producers – Betsy Koch, Sarah Snedeker, Jason Carden, Won Lee
Producers – Charles Pak, Chris S. Lee, Ho-Sung Kim
Director/Writer – Pat Bishop
Writer – Nick Wiger
Producer – Sean Dacanay
1st AD – Sean Dacanay
2nd AD – John Klymshyn
Director of Photography – Scotty G. Field
Camera Operator – Matt Diamond
1st AC (A cam) – Mike Ross
1st AC (B cam) – Paul Goodin
2nd AC – Alex Valencia
Gaffer – Adam Bial
BB Electric – James Jeffrey
Electrician - David Kitchner
Key Grip – Charles Gibson
BB Grip – Kasra Shokravi
Grip – Colin Brazie
Swing – Dom D’Astice
H&MU Artist – Jen Osborne
Hair Stylist (BH) – Yuna Min
Make Up (BH) – Michelle Kim
Hair Stylist (SC) – Curtis Smith
Make Up (SC) – Lucia Rodriguez
Wardrobe Stylist – Jordy Scheinberg
Wardrobe Stylist (SC) – Derek Roche
Wardrobe Assistant – Kassey Rich
Production Coordinator - Libby de Leon
Production Designer – Candy Lopez
Art Director – John Flores
Sound Mixer – Shannon Deane for BoTown Sound
PA – David Stetson
PA – Josh Stoebner
PA – Hank Cheatham
PA – TJ Kim
VFX/Graphic Design – Shawn James
Special Thanks:
Sean Dulake, Peter Lee, Christina Chou, Anthony Hypolite

Stats & Data

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April 26, 2015
Published

Transcript


> (Male Voice): We have the ambassador's daughter.
You must give us $50 million dollars or she dies.
Sean Combs: $50 million dollars. That's Beyonce kidnapping money.
(Male Narrator): Detective Carter played by his own rules.

> Tired of chasing your ass.

> You're reckless Carter. The Korean ambassador is demanding that I get
you a partner to help rescue his daughter.

> I ain't gettin' no damn partner.
(the sound of a gong cymbal is heard)

> I've been meaning to get rid of that gong.
(Male Narrator): Detective Lee is a master from the East.
And they gotta team up in Rush Hour 4.

> Oh, one more thing, you gotta switch faces.

> You mean like in Face Off?
(Male Narrator): Face Off 2.
Choi has profiled everyone of our detectives.
Your anonymity is compromised.
Byung-Hun Lee: Speak it in English please.

> Man, you don't even speak English.

> You won't recognize either one of your faces in a second.

> How does taking our faces off help if he knows both of our faces...

> Wait, do we take the faces off or the faces on?

> Well we take the faces off, and then put them on the other face.

> I'm you.

> And I'm you.

> This voice modulator will break his English, and fix yours.

> I don't think it's wor...Oh, now it's working very good.
(Male Narrator): Sean Combs is Detective Carter, who's actually Detective Lee whose played by
Byung-Hun Lee, but he's actually Detective Carter.

> Never touch a black man's radio.

> W-wait wait, I'm black. You're Asian.

> You've been black for 10 minutes.
(Male Narrator): This mismatched duo has to overcome their differences.

> (speaks a foreign language)

> My face.
(Male Narrator): And walk a mile in each others faces.

> I thought you were one of them. I guess Asians all do look alike.

> Oh wait, I don't need to get offended.

> I'm going to listen to Mariah Carey.

> Don't touch it.

> I love Mariah Carey. Hey watch out.

> Asian drivers. Typical.

> He's not Asian, he's black.

> Detective Carter-Lee, I've been expecting you.

> Oh, you think you have, but what you've got is entirely different.

> We took our faces off.

> What?

> We took our faces off.

> We switched faces.

> But I already know both of your faces. So how does this changing--

> Look we had the same question as you.

> Just give us the girl Choi.

> Choi? (he laughs)
If you only knew the truth.

> Hey boys.

> Man, I'm so confused.
(Male Narrator): 2 sequels, 1 movie.
It's not that confusing.

> Do you understand the words that are coming out of your mouth?

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