An adventurer, Passepartout, ends up accompanying time-obsessed English gentleman, Phileas Fogg, on a daring mission to journey around the world. Fogg has wagered with members of his London club that he can traverse the world in 80 days. Along the way, they encounter many interesting 19th Century figures and have many exciting and suspenseful situations in their voyage around the world.Written by
A guy falls out of train, and Jackie Chan looks to his left while saying "Sorry". This gives impression that the train is moving right. But as the camera pans out, the train is shown moving towards his left. See more »
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Kanun - Önder Kiran
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Not worth seeing
The thing about the original "Around the World in 80 Days that made it so enjoyable was the fact that you could spot tons famous actors in cameos. But this this bleak remake has little to recommend apart from Jackie Chan's amazing martial arts moves. Arnold Schwarzannegar (how the hell do you spell it?) plays a prince in Turkey and is just plain embarassing, and I like him as an actor. John Cleese appears for little more time in this film than he did in the first Harry Potter film, and Macy Gray also makes a bizarre cameo appearance as a sleeping French woman. She must have wanted more after "Spider man". Steve Coogan is no David Niven, and he just doesn't have enough charm to keep this film going. But Cecile DeParis is the worst of all. The only good thing in this film apart from Jackie Chan is Rob Schneider as a tramp. You might like it but I think it's pretty mediocre. 6/10
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