Liam Lacey, Globe and Mail: "The final nasty European is Reynard (Max von Sydow), the head of the
World Court. A week after the death of Ingmar Bergman, it’s
disconcerting to see one of the Swedish director’s favourite actors as
a generic Euro-villain in a slapstick American shoot-’em-up."
Christy Lemire, AP: "Max von Sydow co-stars as the head of the World Criminal Court, who may or may not have international harmony in mind. If Ingmar Bergman hadn’t just died, this probably would have killed him."
Sean P. Means, Salt Lake City Tribune: "(There’s no truth to the story that Von Sydow invited his old mentor Ingmar Bergman to the premiere, but Bergman took the easy way out.)"
Manohla Dargis, New York Times: There, rather depressingly, Roman Polanski shows up wearing a mustache
and a smirk to harass Mr. Chanâ€™s and Mr. Tuckerâ€™s characters, who are
globetrotting after some villains. Max von Sydow also pops up for a few
scenes, a reminder that Ingmar Bergman really is dead.
+ KUNG FOOEY (NY Post)
+ Same old formula, but where’s the Rush? (Globe and Mail)
+ Review: Third `Rush Hour’ is lazy, flat (AP)
+ Review: ‘Rush Hour 3’: We’d rather be stuck in traffic (Salt Lake Tribune)
+ Itâ€™s Tucker vs. Chan, Round 3 (NY Times)