An ex-elite commando, Frank Martin, has retired to Miami and become a driver for a wealthy family with a young boy, but when the kid is kidnapped, Martin defies the FBI to get the boy back safely and thwart the kidnappers.
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Fresh: Armed with a myriad of gravity (and logic) defying set pieces...
- David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Fresh: Is a lot of fun, and I enjoyed it in all its ludicrous devices, and idiocy...
- Felix Vasquez Jr., Cinema Crazed, Thursday, June 24, 2010
I must applaud Kate Nauta for her role as Lola, the film's main antagonist. Remember the female cyborg from TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES? Or the Catwoman from BATMAN RETURNS? Nauta's character is similar to those characters in too many ways: her appearance is slick, creepy, and demented. Even better, this was her first role in film. Sadly, Nauta's performance cannot hold up for an entire 90 minutes, even if that really is not long at all. Though strong, she has already begun using the same tricks again by the time the 70-minute mark hits. With Statham's thin act and the dreadfully superficial plot, it's easy to get bored with a film such as TRANSPORTER 2. Full Review: http://wp.me/p1Urcx-yB
- spielberg00, Tuesday, December 20, 2011
These type of movies, sum up everything that is a guilty pleasure in films for me. Cheesy Martial Arts, where our here is rarely hurt, predictability and a handsome lead star, all the main reasons I tend to avoid certain films, but hey, this is easy watching entertainment, which does exactly as it says on the tin.
- 76Majikat, Tuesday, November 23, 2010