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Transporter 2 [UMD Mini for PSP]

4.0 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews

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  • Format: UMD for PSP
  • Language: English, French, Spanish, Italian
  • Subtitles: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Boulevard Entertaiment
  • DVD Release Date: 7 Dec. 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (101 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00136CDL4
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,011 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Transporter 2 knows what its audience wants and--like its title character--it delivers. This is a movie that has not only a fight choreographer but also a car stunt choreographer; a movie in which a female assassin wears nothing but a bra and panties because, presumably, additional clothing would be too cumbersome; a movie in which crashing through a concrete wall in order to leap over a four-lane street will not even rumple the hood of the hero's car; a movie in which a drunken supermodel, after her advances are chastely and gently rebuffed by the hero, says "Thanks for the respect--that's what I needed most"; a movie, in short, for those who liked the first Transporter but found it too subdued and character-driven.

Jason Statham (The Italian Job remake) reprises his role as Frank Martin, a perhaps overly diligent chauffer who will break bones if his duty is impeded. The sheer glee with which Transporter 2 casts aside logic, probability, and the laws of physics is infectious. If the sequence in which Frank flips his car upside-down in order to detach the bomb attached to his undercarriage doesn't reduce you to intoxicated giggles, well...you're watching the wrong movie. Transporter 2 is utterly shameless, unstoppably ridiculous, and completely enjoyable. Also featuring Amber Valetta (Hitch), Jason Flemyng (Snatch), and Matthew Modine. --Bret Fetzer --This text refers to the DVD edition.

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Format: DVD
I enjoyed the original Transporter - good clean fun, action and, importantly, it didn't take itself too seriously. Transporter 2 carries along the entertainment.

Yes, the car stunts are way over the top - not a scratch on the car after being shot at, blown up, thrown through the air etc etc - but our man Frank is just so cool and composed - he even has a vacuum packed change of shirt, suit and tie in the boot!

What is exceptional are the fight scenes. Brilliantly choreographed, innovative, fresh and very enjoyable - he takes a bunch of baddies with a fire hose in one scene! No over long Matrix style never ending punch ups here - slick, fast and original set pieces with a touch of humour. Excellent.

This is a very good Friday night popcorn movie that will carry you along at a pace and with a smile. Would have given it 5 stars but for the slight 'no way' element of some car stunts - but that's me being a little harsh.

Rent. Enjoy. Bring on Transporter 3 I say!
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Format: Blu-ray
With its "Bourne" meets "To Catch A Thief" storyline, set pieces, pretty girl in tow and the `Stat' doing what he does best (and with A-Lister style) - there can't be too many action film fans out there who didn't eat up the "Transporter" series of films (even if the sequels weren't quite as good as the 5-star first).

But if you live in the UK and go for the individual titles on BLU RAY (particularly the first two) - be aware that both "Transporter 1 and 2" on 'US' 20th Century Fox BLU RAYS are REGION A LOCKED - so they won't play on our machines unless they're chipped for 'all regions' (which few are).

Stick with the UK issues instead. Or cheaper still - pick up the 3-movie bundle on BLU RAY and you'll have enough Cars and Kung Fu to get you to the next oil change...
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Format: DVD
ok so this kind of action is not exactly the stuff that inspired alber einstein but its good brainless action - perfect for a lads night in with some beer and addled brain cells. As in the first - good choreography and well directed fight scenes, absolutely no plot that makes any sense whatsover, and of course a really sexy looking car but good entertainment nonetheless.
the only drawbacks are the following:
who on the director/screenplay was off his loony medication when they decided to fit in the scene with the audi jumping 30 ft in the air, doing a perfectly timed somersault next to a crane which is used to remove a bomb on the underside of his car - im not one for realism much but thats pushing it.
secondly - mr statham - you love your body, we get that but do you really have to have an excuse to rip your shirt off and cover your body in oil in EVERY movie you do........come on man, at least vary it a little........try strawberry jam for instance.
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Format: Blu-ray
I am really enjoying my three film set of Transporter films!
This second one is more action packed than the first. This time Frank Martin (Statham) is in LA working as a chauffer for a month as a favour to a friend. An evil baddie wants to kidnap the cute young son of the couple Frank is working for. He is assisted by Lola who wears a lot of mascara and not much else, but she does carry two machine guns. Frank is thought to be in on the kidnap initially. He has to rescue the kid as a matter of honour.
The plot is ingenious and keeps you interested with the develpoment of the story. Of course there is loads of action and stunts which make you gasp with incredulity. But that's the point isn't it?
As a sequel this is as enjoyable as the first if not more so.
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Having enjoyed the first and third films in this franchise I thought I'd give the second one a go and I'm glad I did. It's a good action filled romp and everything you'd expect from something starring Jason Statham. Obviously there are a few scenes which are a tad far fetched but it doesn't ruin the movie. If you want a couple of hours of something that you don't have to think too hard about then give it a go, you'll probably enjoy it more than you think.
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Format: DVD
This is a really good car and guns actioner. The japanese-style fight scenes are both unbelievably fantastic, if a bit cringworthy in places. The car chaces are good, except for the scene where he lauches in a 360 degree mid air roll to dislodge a bomb under his nice Audi, is just ludicrous. Although saying that, the same sort of stunt has been done before(very well i might add) in The man with the golden gun. Not to mention the scene where he drives his car off a multi-storey car park, into another one, then spinning it 6 times through that car park, and finishing dead stright against the edge of the un finished car park. Jason Statham does a slightly better job as Frank Martin, compared to the Frank in the first Transporter. Good film none the less.
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By S J Buck TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 5 Dec. 2008
Format: DVD
I've seen the first film a couple of times and thought that whilst it was OK and Jason Statham can just about act it was nothing special. I really wanted to hate this, but came away liking it quite a lot. The filmmakers knew what they wanted here. Its brainless entertainment with tongue firmly in cheek, and they know it....

In fact I enjoyed it more than the first film. The villianess in bra and panties, endless ridiculous car chases, fight sequences that have to be seen to be believed. Its all done with style, panache and a "don't care if this is not real" attitude that other films , that take themselves too seriously (i.e. Mission Impossible 3) could learn from.

So if you let it wash over you, you will have a entertaining hour and 3/4. Don't think about it just enjoy!
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