Frank Martin: It was just a favor. I don't usually do this sort of a job.
Audrey Billings: I thought you were a professional driver?
Frank Martin: A different kind of driver.
Just like the first, but with the added help of crazy, over-the-top action scenes that throw any kind of standard out the window. The action gets to points that are so ridiculous, if you have problems with it, you might as well not have come to see a sequel to The Transporter.
Jason Statham returns as the Transporter to act very cool once again in the midst of a ludicrous plot to get a lot of money through the use of not only a virus but the antidote as well, but the movie is extremely well paced, with almost no dead time, a lot of fun and just as good if not better than the first.
The complete guy movie attitude that every character has is also a big plus. So many little things that mix the ideas of this being a slick modern day action flick, with the big muscle flicks of the 80s.
Frank Martin: I'm afraid that your flight's been canceled.
Gianni: I'm afraid that *you* have been canceled!
You then get the added bonus of Matthew Modine of all people in a supporting role, a wannabe pop singer playing the evil chick, Statham's pal Jason Flemyng as an evil sidekick, and a fight in a tail spinning jet plane.
Stupid, silly fun.
[about to fight carjackers]
Frank Martin: Hold on. Just came out of the dry cleaners.
[he removes his jacket and fights the carjackers]