Director Steven Spielberg attempts to turn his camera's focus back on World War II, teaming for the first time with Tom Hanks to tell a story of courage in Saving Private Ryan. D-Day - on June 6, 1944 - when Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy was one of the turning points of the war against Nazi Germany. Captain John Miller believes that getting himself and his men past the gauntlet is the greatest challenge he has faced. But Miller is ordered to take his squad behind enemy lines on a dangerous mission to find and retrieve one man: Private James Ryan (Matt Damon). The youngest of four brothers, Ryan is the last survivor, the other three having all been killed in action within days of one another. It is now showing at Ocean, New York, Majestic, Golden Gateway, GV Mongkok, GV Hollywood, UA Pacific Place, UA Times Square and Broadway Cinematheque. Detective Inspector Lee (Jackie Chan) meets the FBI detective James Carter (Tucker) for a kidnap investigation in Rush Hour. Inspector Lee is a tough, dedicated Hong Kong cop whose modest demeanour gives no hint that he is also a martial arts genius. His favourite pupil is the Chinese consul's 11-year-old daughter. His assignment is to go to the US and rescue the girl after she is kidnapped by the criminal mastermind who killed Lee's partner. Produced by Roger Birnbaum, Arthur Sarikissian and Jonathan Glickman, Rush Hour also stars Tom Wilkinson, Tzi Ma, and Mark Rolston. The film comes to Hong Kong on October 15.