Transporter 2

Synopsis: Frank Martin is the best in the business. The ex-Special Forces operative hires himself out as a mercenary "transporter" who moves goods--human or otherwise. Very simple, he delivers, no questions asked. Frank has relocated from the French Mediterranean to Miami, Florida, where as a favor to a friend, Frank is driving for the wealthy Billings family. There's very little that can surprise The Transporter, but young Jack Billings has done just that; Frank has unexpectedly bonded with Jack, age 6, who he drives to and from school. But when Jack is kidnapped, Frank must use his battle-tested combat skills to retrieve the boy and thwart the kidnappers' master plan to release a virus that will kill anyone with whom it comes in contact.
87 min

Right. Dr. Koblin, if you'll come out here,

please. We have an issue.

You'll have to state the medical problem.

Actually, my problem's not medical.

It's psychological.

Yes, Laura. What seems to be the problem?


I hate shots.

Number one, there's no guarantee

you're getting a shot.

There's no sense getting worked up

over something that might not happen.

- Give me the news.

- Doctor said I'm cured.

- Frank, it hurts a lot.

- I'd never let anyone hurt you a lot.

- Promise?

- You know my fourth rule?

Never make a promise

you can't keep. Come on.

Close the door.

Come on.

- May I help you?

- Jack Billings to see Dr. Koblin.

He's out sick today. He'll be seeing Dr. Tyberg.

- I like Dr. Koblin.

- Don't worry. Dr. Tyberg's very nice.

Just take him into room 3.

- Where's Laura?

- Who?

- You're standing at her desk.

- That Laura. She's out sick too.

There's a lot of flu going around.

Now, come on. Doctor's got a busy day.

Come on. It'll be over before you know it.

Hey, hey!

I'm Dr. Tyberg.

Can't I wait for my doctor?

Your doctor was called away

on an emergency.

- The nurse said he had the flu.

- That was the emergency.

He came down with flu, very quickly.

So, the sooner we start, the sooner we finish.

Come. I show you something very cool.

I'm sorry. Doctor-patient privacy in room.

You can wait in reception area,

or glass of water, or...

Hey, trust me. I am doctor.

Please. It's phone.

- Yeah?

- All, all. Frank? I am here.

- You're early.

- Yeah, we had fantastic tailwinds.

Put two hours on my vacation, just like that.

From now on, it's the only way I'm flying.

Tailwinds or nothing.

Glad you made it.

Hello. Sorry, Dr. Dunietz is not in today.

Call back Monday.

I'm a little tied up. You mind taking a cab?

You have the address, yes?

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Luc Besson

Luc Besson is a French film director, screenwriter, and producer. He directed or produced the films Subway, The Big Blue, and Nikita. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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