Is a lot of fun, and I enjoyed it in all its ludicrous devices, and idiocy...
Armed with a myriad of gravity (and logic) defying set pieces...
| Original Score: 2.5/4
"Transporter 2" is cheap, shiny, indefensible junk, a Hot Wheels hot rod encased in a glossy plastic blister pack. But come on -- you know you want it.
Besides a fun script and never-a-dull-moment directing, Jason Statham really deserves praise for his screen presence. Expect mindless action and have a great time.
| Original Score: 3/5
Better than the original.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
There is absolutely nothing subtle about "Transporter 2." But if you like your action movies to be ACTION movies, this one is fast-paced, unapologetic escapism.
| Original Score: B
Undemanding punters are guaranteed 90 minutes of dopey, derivative and gloriously disposable entertainment.
Much like a James Bond movie, only more playful and entertaining than that series has managed in many years, Transporter 2 isn't a continuation of the last one, it's another action enterprise unto itself.
| Original Score: 3/5
It's not a bad sequel, but the original was, well, original. There are some overplayed elements, but the action is snappy and the danger is credible.
The car chases are fierce, the fight sequences are appropriately staged and shot, and Statham's allure as the title character is undeniable.
the hand-to-hand combat scenes are the best of the year
Fast-paced sequel featuring British B-movie action guy Jason Statham delivers what it promises, and not too much more.
Transporter 2 softens the formula a bit, but still delivers the kind of vivid, pounding action that B-movie fans crave.
Transporter 2 bursts with outrageous driving stunts, sublimely absurd fight scenes, and a sense of humor that ties it together.
The original Transporter was a surprise hit in 2002, and this second installment will not disappoint.
| Original Score: 7.5/10
A vehicle for Statham to drive fast cars and beat the hell out of people, TRANSPORTER 2 provides a much-needed fix for action fans stuck in the late summer doldrums.
If you actually go into this picture attempting to find any common sense in its plotline, you might want to have your head examined afterwards...
| Original Score: 6/10