Jason Statham returns as former Special Forces mercenary Frank Martin who has relocated to Paris to continue his business of delivering packages without questions. Only this time someone else is making up the rules as Frank faces a race against time to safely deliver his latest consignment. From the Riviera to the Baltic Sea, via Stuttgart and Budapest, the explosions are bigger, the stunts are better and the cars are faster than ever before!
As good as a sequel as I would expect
- Transporter 3 review by AA
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Well done sequel. All the stuff you watch Statham for and some nice little extra twists and turns. His friend the policeman is a character that has grown well in the series and adds much to the interest of the story.
Exactly What It Says On The Tin
- Transporter 3 review by Jawbreaker
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You rated this film: 3
Jason Statham returns in the latest Transporter adventure which pulls no punches. Everything that has made him a bona fide action star is utilised. There is a script but really it only exists to ensure the action meets the calibre of the Transporter series. You have the unbelievable fighting sequences where very little can stop the hero; crazed car chases and inventive stunts. Other franchises may have bigger bangs, set pieces, toys, notable actors and lavish budgets to spend, but Megaton displays creativity, as Jason endures everything from being underwater to having to pedal for his life. This is B-movie action at its very best, and while you’ll find little interest in the plot itself, the desire to see what happens next is strong. It just shows what a little thought and invention can produce. Much better than Death Race!