Transporter 3

Once again Frank Martin put his driving gloves on in part 3 on the now trilogy of Transporter, but this time not only to save the pretty girls life but also his own. Part 3 of the movie series is inclined by the world’s problem with hazardous wastes that big companies drop in 3rd world countries due to the fact that they can bribe anyone, but they face a problem this time when a stubborn politician refuses them and doesn’t let them to drop the waste in his country. Being cornered the big companies hire special people for the job, Johnson played by Robert Knepper, to abduct the daughter of the politician to black mail his into signing the agreement to dump the waste in his country. Thus the girl needs to be transported from 1 location to another and the help of Frank Martin is recruited by force and both he and the girl are linked to the car with a mechanism that doesn’t allow them to be in more than 30 yards of the car or they will blow up. Things get very interesting when both the politician and Johnson send out their people to recover Frank and as all the other parts that is only the beginning since you can expect a packed action and full of special effects and stunts movie that you are accustomed with the series.

Starring: Jason Statham, Robert Knepper, Francois Berleand, Natalya Rudakova, Jeroen Krabbe, Alex Kobold, David Atrakchi, Yann Sundberg, Eriq Ebouaney, David Kammenos, Silvio Simac

Rated: PG-13 for sequences of intense action and violence, some sexual content and drug material
Runtime: 1 hr 40 mins
Genre: Action/Adventure
Theatrical Release: Nov 26, 2008 Wide
Box Office: $31,316,973

Director: Olivier Megaton
Screenwriter: Luc Besson, Robert Mark Kamen
Producer: Luc Besson, Steven Chasman
Composer: Alexandre Azaria
Studio: Lions Gate Films

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