Packed with high-octane car chases and high-flying martial arts, Transporter 2 returns Jason Statham to his role as ex-Special Forces operative Frank Martin. Now a driver for a wealthy family, Frank is suddenly called upon to use his combat skills to save the family’s young boy from a kidnapper.
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"Transporter 2" is cheap, shiny, indefensible junk, a Hot Wheels hot rod encased in a glossy plastic blister pack. But come on -- you know you want it.
There is absolutely nothing subtle about "Transporter 2." But if you like your action movies to be ACTION movies, this one is fast-paced, unapologetic escapism.
Much like a James Bond movie, only more playful and entertaining than that series has managed in many years, Transporter 2 isn't a continuation of the last one, it's another action enterprise unto itself.
Dismiss notions of plausibility or character development, as these criteria don't apply to the worth of a car-chase, martial-arts-driven extravaganza that follows the successful recipe established in The Transporter (2002).
Transporter 2 is franchise hackwork, easily dismissed but adequately enjoyable.
If you can get past the impossibilities -- and we know it's a lot to ask -- Transporter 2 is a fun time at the movies.
Transporter 2 is, like the original, loaded with action fun.