The Transporter Review

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by Phil Hinton Jun 1, 2003 at 12:00 AM

    The Transporter Review
    Frank Martin (Jason Stratham-Snatch) is an ex-SAS soldier who has retired to france, and supplements his life style working as a Transporter. He lives by three rules; 1. No changes to the deal, 2. No Names and 3. Don't look at the package. But when Frank breaks his own rules and looks at the package for a group of gangsters smuggling people from Hong Kong, he ends up in a lot of trouble.
    Looking at the production staff, and in particular the writer and producer Luc Besson, you just know you are in for a rollercoaster ride of a movie, and that's what we get from the stunning car chase at the beginning the action just gets more intense as we progress through the movie. The acting on the other hand is best described as wooden, but don't let that put you off. Some of the fight scenes are very stylish and cheesy yet it's all good fun right up to the credits at the end. A real Saturday night Pop corn action thriller and recommended.

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