The Transporter Refueled

Synopsis: Frank Martin is living a less perilous lifestyle, or so he thinks, transporting classified packages for questionable people. Things get complicated when femme fatale Anna and her three accomplices orchestrate a bank heist and the kidnapping of Frank's father. It's all part of a grand plan to take down the human trafficker who victimized her years earlier. Now a pawn in her vengeful scheme, the former special-operations mercenary must use his covert skills to play Anna's dangerous game.
Production: Relativity Europacorp Distribution
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min


Yo, boy, you can't park there.

- We're doing business here.

- So are we.

Move it!

You, come.

Tell everyone you know from now on

the prostitution on French Riviera

belongs to me.

Who are you?


Go now.

Anna, smile.


Good girl.

- You wanna work for me?

- Sure.

Good, sweetie.

Come on, girls. Get to work.

Try to enjoy it, Anna.

- Anna?

- Yes.

It's me. It's done.

We're all ready for tonight.

- Everything's set up.

- Good.

- Anna?

- Yes.

Are you sure you want to do this?

We can still cancel everything,

you know?

I can't stop until

I get all the way out.

Okay. We'll do as we planned.

I love you.

I love you, too.

Technology moves so fast, doesn't it?

I mean, as soon as you think

they can't come up with something,

they come up with something else.

It'll be able to drive itself soon.

Makes you wonder if guys

like me will be out of it.

But people always need

guys like me, right?

Hand over the keys, boy!

But the keys won't do you any good.

See, this car only starts

with the driver's unique fingerprints

when I grip the wheel.

Shut up!

You're smart and sharp.

I'm gonna cut you up.

Gimme the keys and blow.

Excuse me.


Now, here's how we're going to do this.

Put your hands on that wheel, and drive.

That's not a very good plan.

Get in the car!

You're gonna make me late.

And I hate being late.

I told you that wasn't a good plan.

You're late.

I'm 38 seconds late.

There's several degrees of early

and only one degree of late.

And that's too late.

- So?

- So what?

So how'd it go?

I thought you didn't ask questions.

I don't ask questions when

I'm on a job, but this is a favor.

Went okay.

So how much did you get?


That sounds like you

did better than okay.

791 euros.

That's my pension from here on.

791 euros a month.


Happy retirement, Dad.

Thirty-odd years of making good money

and not a moment to spend it.

Now I've got all the time in the world

and not enough money to spend.

If you ask me, the system's broken.

Pt de canard.

Good enough for you?

I'll tell you once I taste it.

Maybe you should think about getting

a car of your own, you know.

I have my own car.

Then maybe you should

think about using it.

I enjoy our quality time together.

You do realize I sit

in traffic for a living.

Is that what you do?

I came here to be closer to you.

And England wasn't close enough?

Your mother's buried there.

The island is like a cemetery to me now.

Easy on the drama, Dad, please.

Just promise me you won't

stick me in the ground. Hmm?

Your mother was a good

Catholic and everything,

but when it comes my time to go,

just throw me on the fire

and feed me to the fish.

You gonna get that, Junior?

I don't use the phone while I'm driving.

It's a hard world to get a break in

All the good things have been taken

But girl there are ways

to make certain things pay

Hi, Gina, it's me.

We're all waiting for you.

Please call me.

She's gonna come. Don't worry.

Can you believe these girls?

This is how they show

their appreciation.

By being late for an appointment.

You don't listen to me.

It's rude. What if I was a client?

She wouldn't be late then.

But to meet me, the man

who puts the money in her pockets

and pays her medical bills, she's late.

I'm sure that's her.

It better be.

- Hi, baby.

- Sorry, sorry.

Everyone was worried.

Yeah, traffic in this town's a nightmare

and my cell phone died.

Well, when I see Karasov tonight,

I will tell him to get you a driver.

Now, that we are all here,

let's get this party going.

My sentiments exactly.


Okay. Okay.

Who is she?

I don't know. She was independent.

She died of a hero OD.

- You got the necklace?

- Yes. Do your thing.


- Qiao, ready?

- Ready.

All for one, one for all.

Let's go.

So, what's your plan?

My plan for what?

For the future, Dad.

You must have a plan.

You always have a plan.

Well, I was gonna keep it

as a surprise, but since you asked,

I've been thinking about buying that.

That's a nice fishing boat for a guy

with a worker's pension.

I've been saving for it.

Yeah, I think you miss to travel.

I mean, you've been in some

pretty wild places in your time.

Germany in the '80s,

Colombia in the '90s,

Middle East since then.

Evian is a global brand, and I'm...

Top sales rep.


Yeah, I know. Yeah.

Thirty-odd years working as a rep

for a water company,

and you always seem to find yourself

in the most dangerous places,

the most defining moments.

Fall of the Berlin Wall,

collapse of the Medellin cartel,

- and the Taliban...

- Hmm.

...don't forget the Taliban.

I bet they like Evian in Fallujah.

Well, they don't really care

for sparkling water.

They do prefer the flat.

Okay, Dad.

Junior, I don't think you have

one ounce of wiggle room

to moralize to me about

how I earn my living.

- And what you mean by that?

- Oh, nothing.

I'm sure all your clients are movie

stars, captains of industry, dignitaries.

I don't ask, they don't tell.

That should tell you something.

Oh, look, um, Miss Unknown

is calling again.

And what would make you think

that "Unknown" is a Miss?

I'm just guessing.


Is this the Transporter?

That depends who this is.

Hopefully, your next employer.

I don't do business over the phone.

Tomorrow then. 2:00 p.m.

at the bar at the Majestic hotel.

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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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