At a time when Jackie Chan is reigning the action scene in Hollywood, a movie
like this is an embarassment, not only to him, but to his fans as well. Shoddy
production qualities, atrocious dubbing and a bad theater. What more do you
need to put you off? I guess the absence of Jackie Chan for the most part. He
has less footage in this movie than the other clowns that form the rest of the
Jackie plays an overenthusistic cop, who gets more than his share of firings
for his misadventures. That gives him a chance to be funny. I can't quite suss
out the rest of the characters. There are some five guys and a girl who work
as housekeepers in a plush house. This lot likes to pull a lot of gags, among
themselves and on the others. Then we have the bad guy, who actually owns the
house. His main job is to circulate fake currency.
The six housekeepers unwittingly get involved with the bad guys when they land
upon a briefcase containing some of the fake currency. Thereafter, it is a lot
of action, minus Jackie Chan for the most part.
Some of the gags are funny and the action is not that bad, but the confusion
regarding the plot is overwhelming. It is not that it is complicated. Far from
it, there is hardly anything to justify some of the happenings. Hey, I think
I am into a different territory where all this isn't to be discussed. So, lets
just forget it - the movie that is.