The Transporter


Action / Crime / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 53%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 74%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 259270


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Jason Statham as Frank Martin
Qi Shu as Lai
Matt Schulze as Wall Street
Ric Young as Mr. Kwai
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550.24 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
P/S 8 / 56
1.20 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 32 min
P/S 8 / 69

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by selmanalkan 1 / 10

Stupid plot...

Jason is easily, in a blink of an eye, subdued by a bad guy in the middle of the movie. He is so powerful and more skilled than Jason that there is no meaning in watching the rest of the film while Jason fights and beats dozens of bad guys. The movie is not convincing while Statham beats nearly all the bad guy while he is not capable of resisting even a second that bad guy who easily subdues him....I waited for a second confrontation between them but no. The movie ends with without this last battle between them. So l would prefer to see that other guy who kicks the Statham's ass in the movie...

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 6 / 10

Brisk and slick French action thriller

A sleek and efficient action thriller from the guys who brought you KISS OF THE DRAGON. Although not equalling the heights of that particular movie, this is nevertheless a fully enjoyable tale of big bad guys, slimy bad guys, a lone action hero and a pretty tag-along Chinese girl (Shu Qi, who manages to be annoying, but not too much). The setting, once again, is France, so expect lots of breakneck car chases through the streets of Nice, some stunning locations, and lots of outrageous staged action sequences which will have you shaking your head in amazement – in a good way. Jason Statham is, it has to be said, no Jet Li, but instead he brings a kind of hardman toughness to his performance as the skinheaded hero, who strips off his shirt to battle the bad guys time and time again. I like Statham, and I hope to see him in more action movies to come. Out of the cast members, only Francois Berleand really shines as the friendly French cop.

The plot is nonsensical and full of holes, the script inconsequential. Even the bad guys are less bad than before, with the exception of Matt Schulze as the annoyingly 'yuppie' style smuggler and Ric Young as the stretched-face Chinese villain of the piece. However, the action comes thick and fast, from shoot-outs to hang-glider action and axe-fights to the death. Although this film does shy away from showing violent death, the martial arts battles are fast and furious, especially the oil slick tumble and the fight in the bus. Action fans should stick around for the truck-chase finale, which is exceptional stuff and includes one of the funniest deaths for a villain I've ever seen. Well-shot and slickly edited, my only problem is with the out of place music, rap and stuff like that, which I'm not a fan of, and which is pretty intrusive early on. Luckily it fades out come the thrill-ride of a finish.

Reviewed by austinkunkle 10 / 10

Jason Statham for his first action movie and with amazing and professional like acting

Nothing will ever change my opinion about Jason Statham and his movies. The Transporter is quite possibly the best Jason Statham movie ever. Especially when it's his first movie ever. I just can't help the fact that his first movie would be,in my opinion,the number one action movie ever. I'm just glad that I saw this movie,because it's just the best. Jason Statham in this movie is where he just does a simple delivery job with his own rules. And if any of his rules were to get broken,well,there will be consequences that would need to be payed.Then for his recent delivery,he delivers a girl that he didn't even know about,and that's not even what got Jason to start fighting.NO,what started him fighting is something more personal that would contain spoilers for those who haven't seen it. But for any Jason fighting movie is a movie I will immediately love right away. But this one will always be in my first place

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