" 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."
Los Angeles, Aug 18 - 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 contactmusic.com.

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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