Transporter 2

Transporter 2

Professional driver Frank Martin is living in Miami, where he is temporarily filling in for a friend as the chauffeur for a government narcotics control policymaker and his family. The young boy in the family is targeted for kidnapping, and Frank immediately becomes involved in protecting the child and exposing the kidnappers.

After a long and hard-fought chase with Frank, the bad guys get ahold of little Jack and hold him for ransom. The parents comply with their monetary demands and soon have their son back at home, but little do they know that the boy has secretly been injected with a deadly and easily spread virus, which the terrorists hope to spread to the boy's powerful father and other politicians whom Jefferson will soon be addressing at a public event. An underworld driver, a transporter must save a young boy, his family and government officials from a deadly virus given to them by a mercenary. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Alec G (br) wrote: Light-hearted and super fun.

Tia M (ca) wrote: Awful and corny. And that's giving it compliments. Paula Patton shouldn't be acting in anything.

Robert L (de) wrote: Outstanding..corporate thriller

Pat L (au) wrote: A slow, gentle drama about a woman (well acted by Ashley Judd) with big time daddy issues. It's a well-done movie, not as saccharine as you may be expectng, and not as sad as you might fear.

Nirav S (br) wrote: Expected a lot from this movie... did not play up to my expectation but definetly a good "bad men" movie ;-)

Brooks C (es) wrote: Set in an alternate history of Japan after WWII, Japan emerges from the ashes after having been occupied by the Axis Powers. While recovering and desperately struggling to reach economic prosperity many working class citizens go into poverty and Japanese society borders on the brink of chaos. An elite military unit known as the Kerberos in response to the demonstrations and the uprising guerilla factions take refuge underground. Thus forming a group known as "The Sect". Amidst the chaos, a man named Kazuki Fuse encounters a young girl named Nanami Agawa. She blows herself up in front of Fuse during a sewer raid by Fuse's unit in an attempt to destroy The Sect. After failing to take the necessary action Fuse's officials have him go in for re-training. Fuse becomes haunted by images of Nanami and later decides to visit her grave. While there he mets her sister, Kei Amamiya and befriends her. Jin-Roh is perhaps one of the most intriguing, cinematic, poignant, and creatively plotted anime films I've ever seen. Having been written by Mamoru Oshii (Avalon, Patlabor, The Sky Crawlers) and directed by Hiroyuki Okiura (Ghost in the Shell) the overall narrative is superb. The story becomes unraveled as the relationship between Fuse and Kei grows. The story is very political and told in a very complex structure. It's creatively told through a metaphorical allusion to Rotkappchen (German version of Little Red Riding Hood). There also is no good vs. evil in Jin-Roh. Every theme that is presented in the plot is told mostly through a political perspective. The animation to Jin-Roh is very top-notch. The character models have so much feeling and life to where everyone looks like animated renditions of actual people. Every image moves realistically and everything in the images feels lifelike. I'll even go as far as to say that it's the best animation I've ever seen in an anime movie since Akira and any film from Studio Ghibli. The voice acting is also very well done. Every voice perfectly matches each character and the actors do a great job at bringing their characters to life. The music, done by Hajime Mizoguchi (Vision of Escaflowne), is sensational. The music consists mostly of orchestral tracks that are wonderfully synced with every event. Each track is perfectly played throughout the course of the film and excellently contributes to the dark atmosphere of the film's plot. Given these facts, Jin-Roh is one of those anime movies that shouldn't be looked at like any other typical anime movie. It should be looked at as a live-action foreign film that embodies an anime exterior. That's what it looks, plays, and feels like. Making this movie in live-action was the original idea of Oshii. Jin-Roh was preceded by two live-action films that were directed by Mamoru Oshii. The Red Spectacles and Stray Dog: The Kerberos Panzer Cops to put them in chronological order. I haven't seen Stray Dog, but I have seen and written a review of The Red Spectacles. I have immense respect for writer/director Mamoru Oshii. His styles that are present in many of his films have not only been acclaimed by people like James Cameron, but also set the standards for the Wachowski Brothers' classic Matrix trilogy. Love him or hate him, Oshii is one of those directors that has well earned his place in the realms of foreign director stardom. Everything about Jin-Roh not only feels lifelike, but also very cinematic. The story may be too dark and depressing for some people, but that's the way I like films such as these. This movie goes to prove why anime should be looked at as a legitimate art form.*Thanks for reading and Happy Halloween.

Kyle G (it) wrote: holy shit this movie is bad.

David A (ag) wrote: This is one of those films that a lot of people praise about. After watching it, I still don't get where all of this fandom is coming from? "Space Jam" clearly suffers from a weak script, obvious green screen in the background, and Michael Jordan's embarrassing acting performance. Okay, yes, Michael is only a basketball player but he only got this role because he was famous. I mean, hello? I rather see more Bugs Bunny and his Looney Toon pals, but sadly they were overshadowed by Jordan's scene hugging popularity and the film's short time frame. The only time I laugh is when I saw one of the episodes of The Looney Tunes show, that's how boring this film was. Another corny, cheap, cash-grabbed by Hollywood.

Jesse R (mx) wrote: This is my favorite Steven Seagal film, and who could turn down a film with Kelly LeBrock in it? Seagal plays Mason Storm who's basically a good cop who finds out that politician Vernon Trent who's played by William Sadler is a crook. Other crooked cops find out what Storm is doing and killers are hired to take out Storm, his wife, and his child. It's presumed that Storm is dead, or is he? 1988-1994 Seagal really got things going and I've always enjoyed his earlier films.

Ken S (au) wrote: I love this movie. yes, it's bad... but so bad it's wonderful. And the soundtrack is nothing short of awesome!

Adrian M (mx) wrote: This is by far the SICKEST, MOST TWISTED, GRAPHIC, film ever, and damn, is it awesome

F B (gb) wrote: Complicated and difficult for me to follow because of all the different characters but a superb film and story and seemed quite a well thought out film.

Dylan H (ca) wrote: The style and fun-gritty universe make up for horrendous storylines and exaggerated characters.

max h (es) wrote: Great fun, and the closest we will probably get to a true Indiana Jones sequel. Spielberg has some wonderfully aloof fun with the virtual world here, creating some of his greatest set pieces.

Steve B (mx) wrote: dystopian nightmare from Terry Gilliam, did my head in somewhat !

Brian C (us) wrote: You're Invited To Orville's "Coming-Out" Party...It'll Be A Scream...YOURS!!! This low-budget, b-grade zombie flick is one of the first movies directed by Bob Clark (Black Christmas, Porky's, A Christmas Story). Though it's a little slow at the beginnig, once the film gets going it's alot of fun to watch. A group of film students, led by an obnoxious ass named Alan, go to an island retreat, decide to dig up the local graves and steal a body for a mock satanic ritual all in the name of fun. But guess what? It works! And they get more than they bargained for when flesh hungry ghouls crash their little party. Inspired by Romero's "Night of the Living Dead" Bob Clark made this film as a sort of campy homage that contains a bit of dark humor. Featuring gore effects that are very effective by Alan Ormsby who also plays Alan. And while Romero's film is far superior, Clark's zombie movie does have its moments and the make-up effects do work very well. If you stick with slow paced first half of this movie, you'll be well rewarded with some good zombie carnage during the second half. Plus you'll enjoy seeing what happens to that rotten, sniveling good for nothing cowardly wierdo Alan.

David K (gb) wrote: Probably my favorite Woody Allen movie. Its points on social classes, love and infidelity is strong and clear and the acting is really good. A very strong Romantic drama