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Skiptrace (film)

Skiptrace (film) - (English) TYPE4

, produced by, starring and based on a story by Jackie Chan .The film co-stars Chinese actress Fan Bingbingand American actor Johnny Knoxville .It was scheduled for release in China on December 24, 2015 but was rescheduled to July 22, 2016, then opened a day earlier.

Hong Kong detective Bennie Chan ( Jackie Chan ) has been tracking notorious crime boss "Matador" – whom he believes to be businessman Victor Wong ( Winston Chao ) – for over a decade after the death of Bennie's partner Yung ( Eric Tsang ). When Yung's daughter Samantha ( Fan Bingbing ) gets into trouble with Wong's crime syndicate, Bennie must track down an American conman, Connor Watts ( Johnny Knoxville ), who gambles his way through Chinese casinos after being banned in America and he witness the murder of a woman named Esther Yee in Wong's Macau casino. However, before Bennie can find him, Connor is kidnapped by a Russian kingpin to answer for leaving his daughter pregnant.

After intercepting several Russians, Bennie rescues Connor. Bennie races against the clock to bring Connor back from Russia to Hong Kong but after Connor steals Bennie's passport and burns it, the unlikely pair is forced to travel on foot and embark on a perilous adventure from the steppes of Mongolia to the windswept dunes of the Gobi Desert . While on journey, Connor reveals that he has a phone that Esther gave to him before she dies on his side. With the phone is encrypted with a thumbprint access, Bennie learns that the person who capable to unlock this phone reveals to be the "Matador."

Connor sees Victor Wong on the news and recognizes him as the Esther's murderer. Bennie learns that Samantha is already taken by Wong's right-hand man, Willie, and his men, threatening to kill her if Bennie refuses to bring the phone back to Hong Kong. Connor parts ways with Bennie, giving him evidence that could possibly lead to Victor Wong's arrest. Reaching Hong Kong, unfortunately the plan doesn't go well when the phone denies access of Victor's thumbprint, meaning that Victor is not Matador at all, and Bennie is arrested but he later escapes with Connor's help and follows a clue to the whereabouts of Samantha.

Bennie's co-worker Leslie tells that their police captain, Tang, is now working with Wong. Bennie and Connor sneak at the shipyard where Matador's criminal organization is located. Bennie witnesses Wong is being killed by unseen man. The two then got caught by the men. There, Bennie discovers that "Matador" is the supposedly expired Yung all along. After Yung confronting Bennie about faking his death, he goes to find Samantha being locked out in a room. Upon she sees her dad, Samantha becomes frustrated when he learns that he faked his death in order to work as the criminal organization. When a boat hits the cargo ship, the compartment starts to flood; at the same time, Yung locks Samantha out just as the water enters the room. The fight ensues with the Chinese when the Russian gangsters show up. With the police surrounding them, Bennie and Yung work together to save Samantha from drowning inside a sinking ship, with Yung committing suicide by drowning himself from overwhelming guilt and shame asking for their forgiveness. The authorities then arrest Tang and Willie.

Connor goes back to Russia in order to see his baby of the kingpin's daughter. Later, Connor and Samantha surprises Bennie back at his farm, surprising him with Alpacas .

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