The Transporter 2 Review: A action film with a great little flick
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 simple, he delivers, no questions asked.
Frank Martin (Jason Statham) 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 2 (Nguoi Van Chuyen 2), but young Jack Billings has done just that; Frank has unexpectedly bonded with Jack, age 6, who 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.
If you wanted to see a action film (phim hanh dong my) that would mildly entertain you. This is a great little flick. Sure it’s not the best, and sure it’s not the most realistic, but it was fun overall. Now I know there are a lot of people who won’t see a movie just because the plot is really unrealistic — But if your like me, it dosn’t take much to be entertained. Just to be simply entertained, this was a good film. You get to see some cool action scenes, and while they are Hollywood style, and almost superhuman at points, they are still very much so enjoyable. The plot can keep you somewhat entertained, as well as the characters, however they arn’t the best. The action is the glue in this case.
Overall – It’s an average film. I’d say 5-6 out of 10. If you want to see an action movie with decent fighting and stunts, or have nothing better to do on a Friday night, give it a look.
If your looking for a film to keep you entertained and enrich you in a realistic plot with realistic events, pass this one.