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Ex-Special Forces operative Frank Martin, aka "The Transporter" now retired in Miami, makes a living driving for a wealthy family, including their sons with whom he has unexpectedly bonded. But when the boy is abducted, Martin must use all his skills to bring him to safety and discover the kidnapper's master plan.
PROFANITY: 3 F-words, 7 S-words, a few others. SEX/NUDITY: Fleeting non-sexual nudity; some verbal sexual references. VIOLENCE: Many martial arts fights; shootings. DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Alcohol and tobacco. ACTION: Martial arts fights, shootouts, chases, explosions. COMEDY: Some tongue-in-cheek wisecracks and comic situations.
OPINION OVERVIEW The following is the original "What's Worth
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We collected 116 moviegoer opinions. The most important thing is that approximately three-quarters of all moviegoers enjoyed "Transporter 2" very much, rating it "Very Good" or higher. Unfortunately, there are quite a few who only rated it "Good" to "Fair," which is fairly low.
Since there are a large percentage of very high opinions ("Fantastic" and "Excellent") I would suggest that you see "Transporter 2." You stand a very good chance of thinking this is a great movie (as I did), or at the very least thinking that it's an OK/average movie, which isn't too bad.
Frank Martin is the best in the business. The ex-Special Forces operative hires himself out as a mercenary "transporter" who moves goods - human or otherwise. Very simply, he delivers…no questions asked. Frank has relocated from the French Mediterranean to Miami, Florida, where as a favor to a friend, Frank is driving for the wealthy Billings family. There's very little that can surprise The Transporter, but young Jack Billings has done just that; Frank has unexpectedly bonded with Jack, age 6, whom he drives to and from school. But when Jack is kidnapped, Frank must use his battle-tested combat skills to retrieve the boy and thwart the kidnappers' master plan to release a virus that will kill anyone with whom it comes in contact.