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

I'm so sorry.

Can you help me? My tire...

Sorry. I have an appointment.

I don't like to be late.

Well, would you rather be late or dead?

- You don't want to do this.

- Step out of the car.

Whoo! Let's go, fellas!

Come on, baby! Yes!

Take it easy. The car's brand-new.

- No problem, buddy. I got this.

- Baby, let's ride. Time to go.

- Your parents know the kind of

company you're keeping?

- Shut up.

- This sh*t ain't working.

- It's coded.

- What's the code?

- I can't give you that.

We'll have to beat it out of you.

Get out the car.

Come on, man. What you got for me?

Kick your ass!

Hold on.

It just came out of the dry cleaner's.

Hands up.

Stop moving or I will shoot you.

Don't you have homework to do?

- Why don't you go and do it?

- OK. I'm sorry.


Hey! Hey!

- The game, the game, the game!

- What's the first rule when entering a man's car?

- Respect a man's car, a man respects you.

- Rule number two.

- Greet the man. Good afternoon, Frank.

- Good afternoon, Jack.

- Can we play the game?

- I should think you'd be tired after school.

- You're afraid I'm gonna win.

- You'll be too worn out to do your homework.

- It's Friday. I don't have any homework.

- In that case, the game.

- Yes!

- But first, what's the third rule of the car?


Five points. I'm white,

I'm round, but I'm not always around.

- A tennis ball?

- Tennis balls are yellow.

Four points.

Sometimes I'm half, sometimes I'm whole.

Sometimes a slice of me is all you know.

- A loaf of bread?

- No.

Three points. Sometimes I'm light,

sometimes I'm dark. Sometimes I'm both.

- I know. A light bulb.

- No.

- A pizza!

- No.

Audrey. Audrey! Stop walking away from me.

Listen, we've got to finish this conversation.

Where's he going?

OK, look at me. Last clue for all the points.

Everyone wants to walk on me,

but only a happy few ever have.

Take your time.

- Hey, bud.

- Shh! Mom, it's the game. I'm trying to think.

- Sorry. Hey, Frank. How are you today?

- Well, Mrs. Billings.

- Can I team up with Mom?

- I don't know. It's not in the rules.

Come on. What's the point in having rules

if you can't bend 'em?

- OK. Just this once.

- Yeah!

All right. Give me some clues.

It's round, but not always around. It's light

sometimes, dark sometimes, or both.

Everyone wants to walk on it,

but only a happy few ever have.

- That is a hard one.

- Tell me about it.

- The moon!

- Correct.

Good job. All right. Come on.

- See you Monday.

- Bye, Frank. Thanks.

- Keep your snacks in the kitchen.

- Bye, Mom.

He's really taken to you

in the month you've been with us.

- Likewise.

- Too bad you can't stay on when Tony's back.

It was just a favor.

I don't usually do this sort of a job.

I thought you were a professional driver.

A different kind of driving.

Well, we're all gonna miss you

when you're gone.


thank you for what you did.

For what?

For turning the car around so that

Jack wouldn't have to see us fighting.

- You really know kids, don't you?

- I know fighting.

He hasn't seen Jack in months,

and when he gets back,

all I hear is what I'm doing wrong.

You'd think that after being separated

for a year that he would...

I'm sorry. You don't have to hear this.

It's OK. For what it's worth,

I think you're doing a great job with Jack.

Thank you.

Any time I can be of help,

if there's anything you need.

That's really sweet of you, Frank.

I might have to take you up on it.

I almost forgot. I'm supposed to take Jack to

the doctor tomorrow morning for a checkup,

but I'm organizing a party for him, even

though his birthday's not until next week.

So, while I decorate and his friends arrive,

I was thinking, if you wouldn't mind...

- I'll take him.

- I feel funny cutting into your weekend.

I'm just picking up a friend at the airport

later on in the day.

- That's nice.

- What is?

The guys on security

say you're a bit of a loner. Um...

- So it's just nice to hear you have a friend.

- He's not really a friend.

He's French.

I'll call you back.

Audrey. I'd like to finish our conversation.

If anything comes up before then,

you have my cell.

- Nothing will come up, Mrs. Billings.

- Audrey.


- Yeah, hello?

- Confirmed for tomorrow. 9am.

Tomorrow, 9am. Only change -

the driver'll be taking him, not the mother.

Even better.


- Is it stable?

- Yes, it's stable.

And the antidote?

See you tomorrow.

The drug-enforcement ministers

of six Latin American countries

arrived in Miami for a summit meeting...

Yeah. Martin, Frank.

I'm waiting for an express delivery.

That's what you told me 45 minutes ago.

I don't need anything else.

Just get me the pizza.

- I'm not paying for that...

- Hi.


So, it's one medium pie, no mozzarella,

extra olives and extra anchovies,

which amounts to $11.95.

- I hope you're hungry.

- You have no idea.

I apologize for the delay, sir.

Mrs. Billings.

Audrey. Audrey.

- What are you doing?

- What does it look like I'm doing?

- Have you been drinking?

- A little.

You said if I needed anything.

- I can't.

- Why? Because of who I am?

Because of who I am.

I feel so lost. So confused.

Who isn't?

Thank you, Frank.

For the time and...

your respect.

I think it's what I needed the most.


- Am I gonna get a shot?

- I don't know.

- Jeez. We're not open yet.

- I need to see the doctor immediately.

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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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