mr.jawsbiteme (8 out of 10 ) I thought the script was good. I didn't read all of it because I have just rented the movie and I didn't want to spoil anything. But it was fun to read.
Dravin (9 out of 10 ) What can I say? It gets better and better with every part. I don't like the way they treat Chinese people in this movie, but I can understand how Americans feel about them. I did like the way Jet Li acted in this movie. It's like he made his debute in Hollywood. But the ending was the best of them all. Like a big happy family. Credits goes also to Joe Pesci, everytime he appears on the screen I had to laugh.
Dmitry (10 out of 10 ) Okay, pals, here's some Russian vision. The movie itself is awesome. Concerning the previos peoples' words - I am not certain that americans treat asians with lack of respect or any dislike. Personally I met plenty of americans working side by side with asians without any hint to racial dislikes. As for the admiration and adoration by Joe Pesci, - every time he appers I flinch. He overacts it. Gibson and Glover are great - and that's it. Though, there is some impresions of Gibson's delusion of grandeur, to use the medicine parlance. Glover is great.
Karl (10 out of 10 ) This Movie I knew before I went to see it that I was going to like. This is my second favorite Lethal Weapon. I like Lethal Weapon 2 better, but it does not say that this sequel is less entertaining. All 4 of the Lethal Weapon Movies are good in their own ways. Lethal Weapon 4 stands out because of its original format. That format being that this time Riggs is going to be a father, and Murtaugh a grandfather. Also, the addition of Chris Rock to the Lethal team providing comedy, oops, I mean more comedy to the Movie, and helping Riggs, and Murtaugh go after new backguys. This Movie is a definite improvement over Lethal Weapon 3, which is my lease favorite of the foursome. Oh let's not forget Jet Li as the Asian Crime Lord. His Martian Arts Skills are a Lethal Weapon, and a thrill to watch.