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Transporter 2

Transporter 2

3.9 16
Director: Louis Leterrier

Cast: Jason Statham, Alessandro Gassman, Amber Valletta


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Driver and muscle for hire Frank Martin returns in this sequel to the 2002 box-office hit. Frank Martin (Jason Statham) is a former special-forces officer who will transport anything anywhere for a price, and his latest assignment is acting as chauffeur for Jack Billings (Hunter Clary), the young son of politician Jefferson Billings (Matthew Modine), who has garnered


Driver and muscle for hire Frank Martin returns in this sequel to the 2002 box-office hit. Frank Martin (Jason Statham) is a former special-forces officer who will transport anything anywhere for a price, and his latest assignment is acting as chauffeur for Jack Billings (Hunter Clary), the young son of politician Jefferson Billings (Matthew Modine), who has garnered no small amount of controversy for his aggressive efforts to stamp out the trade in illegal drugs. One day, Frank is to take Jack to the doctor for a checkup while his mother, Audrey (Amber Valletta), sets up a birthday party for the tyke. However, Jack's doctor is not who he appears to be -- he's actually Dimitri (Jason Flemyng), a Russian agent well versed in viruses who works with criminal kingpin Gianni (Alessandro Gassman). After a long and hard-fought chase with Frank, the bad guys get ahold of little Jack and hold him for ransom. The parents comply with their monetary demands and soon have their son back at home -- but little do they know that the boy has secretly been injected with a deadly and easily spread virus, which the terrorists hope to spread to the boy's powerful father and other politicians whom Jefferson will soon be addressing at a public event. When Frank learns what has happened to young Jack, he sets out to find the culprits -- and the antidote that will save the boy and all others who have been exposed to the virus from dying a painful death -- though his foes have stacked the deck so that it looks as if Frank has been complicit in the crime.

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Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Unlikely action film star Jason Statham, who moves rather effortlessly from heroes to heavies in choosing his screen roles, returns as mercenary transport specialist Frank Martin in this wildly improbable but entertaining sequel. This time around, Frank is acting as driver for a powerful government official (Matthew Modine) whose young son (Hunter Clary) has been targeted for kidnapping by narco-terrorists. Initially reluctant to get involved, Frank is moved by his fondness for both the boy and his mother (Amber Valletta), who begs the former soldier of fortune to rescue the lad. From that point there's barely a let-up in the action, which includes some of the wildest fight scenes and chases ever committed to celluloid. Director Louis Leterrier, who assisted Luc Besson on the original Transporter, relies on the exaggerated visual stylings of Hong Kong action specialists, choreographing extravagant martial arts fight sequences along the well-established lines of the early Jackie Chan and his heir apparent, Jet Li. The fights and chases manage to violate practically all the laws of physics, but why quibble about minor details? Once the adrenaline starts pumping you won't be concerned about such trivial matters. Simply plotted and unapologetically manic, Transporter 2 moves like a runaway train -- and once onboard, you won't be able to catch your breath till it runs out of steam.
All Movie Guide - Jeremy Wheeler
Jason Statham scores another one for the world of outrageous, high-action cinema with the five-fisted blow to action lover's temples everywhere, Transporter 2. Ramping up the absurdity, the sequel pushes the envelope a bit more than the original, but ends up ratcheting up the fun factor in the process. There's still a juicy villain and plenty of scenes with "The Transporter" fighting crowds of guys with everything in sight (the best being the fire hose scene), but this sequel isn't happy until it kicks it into ludicrous gears as feats of wacky stunts race across the screen in various degrees of implausibility. Writer/producer Luc Besson continues his streak of satisfying mid-budget fight flicks, only this time, his Euro sensibilities are applied to bright and sunny Miami. The change in setting helps the sequel escape any kind of rehash and adds to the mouth-watering mix with jet skis and close-quartered fighting on a speedboat. By the time the wild CG inches its way to the end, the viewer is either eating it up with a wooden spoon or stuck focusing on all the things they could have done other than watching this caffeinated fluff. Either way, audiences are in for a wild case of deadly serums, smooth suits, and a nasty Cuban villain with bad teeth -- and that, in a nutshell, is Transporter 2.

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Special Features

Original theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jason Statham Frank Martin
Alessandro Gassman Gianni
Amber Valletta Audrey Billings
Kate Nauta Lola
Matthew Modine Jefferson Billings
Jason Flemyng Dimitri
Keith David Stappleton
Jeff Chase Vasily
Hunter Clary Jack Billings
Shannon Briggs Max
François Berléand Tarconi
Tim Ware Hoffman
Raymond Tong Rastaman
George Kapetan Dr. Sonovitch
Gregg Weiner Tipov
Gregg Davis Techie at Billings
Marty Wright Commander
Annalynne Car Jacking Girl
Reggie Pierre Car Jacker
Elie Thompson Car Jacker
Adam Faldetta Car Jacker
Michael House Car Jacker
Liv Davalos Maier TV News Announcer
Damaris Justamente Receptionist
Andy Horne Dr. Koblin
Doug MacKinnon Marshall Smith
Marc Macaulay Marshall Brown
Bill Wilson Agent at Billings House
Robert Small Government Doctor
Jim Coleman Robot Tech
Heath Kelts Security Agent
Christopher J. Campbell Security Agent
Paul Tei Tech in Van
Ernest Harden Billings Aide
Tim Powell Marshall at Robot Site
Shelah Rhoulhac Nurse
Tom Derek Marshall at Stakeout
Serafin Falcon Sniper
Max Osterweis Phone's Man
Laurence Gormezano TV News Announcer Helicopter
Gisele Gerard-Tolini Conductor

Technical Credits
Louis Leterrier Director
Birdy Nam Nam "DJ Pone-Crazy B-Little Mike-Need" Score Composer
Don Abbatiello Stunts
Keith Adams Stunts
Tom Akos Stunts
Jay Amor Stunts
C. Mitchell Amundsen Cinematographer
Ed Arenas Casting
Tru Asberry Stunts
Angelina Assereto Stunts
Alexandre Azaria Score Composer
Tom Bahr Stunts
Alexis Bahr Stunts
Kevin Ball Stunts
Tim Bell Stunts
David Belle Stunts
Rosie Bernhard Stunts
Chick Bernhardt Stunts
Luc Besson Producer,Screenwriter
M. Scott Blynder Sound Mixer
Mindy Borkson Stunts
Brad Bowman Stunts
Nick Brandon Stunts
Thong Bui Stunts
Robert Caban Special Effects
Dale Cannon Stunts
Mike Carter Stunts
Vincent Champagnac Asst. Director
Steven Chasman Executive Producer
Scott Clements Sound Mixer
Stacy Courtney Stunts
Phil Culotta Stunts
Scott Dale Stunts
Peter Damien Special Effects
John Davis Stunts
Mark de Alessandro Stunts
Georges Demetrau Special Effects Supervisor
Dennis Deveaugh Stunts
Aymeric Devoldere Sound Editor,Sound/Sound Designer
Taylor Lee Dinkel Stunts
Michael "MD" Dunston Score Composer
Alexander Edlin Stunts
Mohamed Elachi Stunts
Roberto Escobar Stunts
Kathryn Courtney Faison Stunts
Frank Ferera Stunts
Cristina Fuentefria Stunts
Ed Fuller Editor
Denise Gallo Stunts
Henry Gilbert Stunts
Tom Gilbert Stunts
Melanie Grefe Asst. Director
Lee Grimes Makeup
Dean Grimes Stunts
Luke Halpin Stunts
John Mark Harrington Production Designer
Thirl R. Haston Stunts
Alisa Hensley Stunts
Cort Hessler Stunts
Melissa Hirschenson Casting
Philip Hoelcher Stunts
Cyril Holtz Sound/Sound Designer
Francois-Joseph Hors Sound/Sound Designer
Harry King Hurst Special Effects
James Roberts Special Effects
Alan Jordan Stunts
Jacques Jouffret Camera Operator
Karin Justman Stunts
Robert Mark Kamen Screenwriter
Mike Kirton Stunts
Thomas Kittle Special Effects
Dominique Lacour Sound/Sound Designer
David Lai Associate Producer
Jerome Lateur Musical Direction/Supervision
Terry J. Leonard Stunts
Randy Leroy Stunts
Loren Levine Stunts
Sang Lin Stunts
Fang Liu Stunts
David Lomax Stunts
Jonah Loop Executive Producer
Christine Lucas-Navarro Editor
Jack Lynch Special Effects
Sam Maloof Stunts
Zack Mann Stunts
Richard Marerro Stunts
Bobby Martini Stunts
Keifus Mathews Stunts
Anthony Matos Stunts
Gary Matthews Stunts
Jonathan McGarry Asst. Director
Michael McGowan Camera Operator
Joyce Menger Producer
Terry Miller Executive Producer
Heidi Minga Stunts
Richard Minga Stunts
E.T. Miranda Stunts
Janine Mitchell Stunts
Pierre Morel Camera Operator,Cinematographer
David Moulin Stunts
Jeff Muldovan Stunts
Marty Mullin Camera Operator
Dean Mumford Stunts
Terrance Murphy Stunts
Logan Newell Stunts
Phi Long Nguiyen Stunts
Ilya Nikitenko Stunts
Sebastien Peres Stunts
Tony Perez Stunts
Richard Perry Special Effects
O.B. Petit Stunts
Kiana Politis Stunts
Bruno Ramos Stunts
Bobbie Read Costumes/Costume Designer
Carl Rice Stunts
Steven T. Ritzi Stunts
Rject Score Composer
J.C. Robaina Stunts
John Rottger Stunts
Benjamin Rowe Stunts
Ron Russell Stunts
Michael Sawyer Stunts
Michael D. Sawyer Stunts
Bill Scharpf Stunts
Kane Schirmer Stunts
Charlie Seale Stunts
Pat Selts Stunts
Luis J. Silva Stunts
Erik M. Solky Stunts
Michael Stone Cinematographer
Vincent Tabaillon Editor
Jim Teachout Stunts
Hugues Tissandier Art Director
Brian Todd Stunts
Amy Tomberlin Stunts
Raymond Tong Stunts
Tim Tonkin Special Effects
Peter Turner Stunts
Corky Turvey Stunts
Kimberly Turvey Stunts
Tom Turvey Stunts
Durk Tyndall Special Effects,Stunts
Walter Villela Stunts
Michael Waxman Asst. Director,Stunts
Alexandre Widmer Sound Editor,Sound/Sound Designer
Glenn Wilder Stunts
Peng Zhang Stunts
John Zimmerman Stunts

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Transporter 2
1. Main Titles
2. You Don't Want to Do This
3. The Game
4. Master Plan
5. Unexpected Delivery
6. Plan A
7. Plan B
8. Frank's Way
9. Background Check
10. 95 Million Ransom
11. The Tip
12. Identity
13. A Taste of His Own Medicine
14. Reunited
15. A Deadly Virus
16. Antidote
17. Plan in Effect
18. Gianni's Army
19. The Only Cure
20. Before Colombia
21. Plane Crash
22. Preserving the Cure
23. The Billings Family
24. Au Revoir/End Titles


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Transporter 2 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
SleepDreamWrite 3 months ago
Well not as good as the first. There was a bit over the top and it seemed like a different movie at times. Still kind of fun movie? I think.
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I really liked the first Transporter and was kind of disappointed with the plot line in this one. The action sequences were good, but the movie still lacked as a whole. Wouldn't purchase it, but it's not a bad rental.
Dunn1inc More than 1 year ago
I just hate how they tried to duplicate the cover. another knockout performance by Statham. Amber was pretty raw in this film too. love the SFX and the action. saw T3 & thank was phat too. great action flick!
Guest More than 1 year ago
1 quatzillion % of a movie This is my favorite movie ever. The first one they don't have any good cars in the first Transporter besides, there is a code number for this car in Transporter 2. It is a faster car than the car that Frank Martin use in Transporter 1. The code number for the car is "19". The car's name is "Audi A8 W-12
Guest More than 1 year ago
Outlandish action, unrealistic action, but this movie is still a thrill ride. Go watch it!
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