No violence or `dirty comedy` in Jackie Chan`s film
Los Angeles: Actor Jackie Chan says he wants his movies to have "plenty of action, but not violence" and wants to stay away from dirty comedy.
The `Rush Hour` actor considers the films he directs to be like his children, and he has a very strict set of guidelines, reports a website.
"When I direct, the film is like my baby. I have to make sure there is comedy but no dirty comedy and a positive message," he said.
"I like people to believe the stunts are real - it`s not like `Spider-Man` or `Iron Man`... I only use a tiny bit of special effects.
"I want it to be believable, so where I used to do a triple kick, I now just do one. Eventually there will be no kicks. There has to be plenty of action, but not violence," he added.
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