It's not so much a movie as a stunt-reel, and it's hard not to be impressed despite the Swiss-Cheese (or is it German?) holes in the plot.
The fact the film is set in Europe is clear from the start, and the English-only presentation is somewhat disconcerting at first (then again, it worked for the English language version of Das Boot).
Viewers must keep two things in mind:
1. Don't be bothered by details, logic, possibility, or plotlines. There are so many loose ends they must have knit sweaters for the entire cast and crew.
2. It isn't intended as Award-winning fare.
The stunts are spectacular in several cases, although - again - they don't really make sense...like driving through the opaque upper-story windows of a parking garage without a clue as to what is beyond. The brick wall of the building next door? A nice, flat, perfectly situated parking area? The stunt coordinator knew, and that's all that is important. The shot of the series of cars making the tightly-squeezed jump is impressive.
Overlooking the countless plot questions and actions, even some of the stunts are over-the-top, but that doesn't necessarily mean they can't be enjoyed for what they are.
The actors are attractive, the action is consistant, the car-chases are top-flight. For a ninety-minute or so escape - it's as good as any other car-chase film.