|About The Transporter|
|Jason Statham as Frank Martin taking on a lot of thugs on a bus in 20th Century Fox's The Transporter - 2002|
|The Transporter opened at many movie theatres in the United States on October 11, 2002.
The movie is about the complications that ensue when a former U.S. Special Forces soldier who has become a mercenary is hired to deliver the feisty
kidnaped daughter of a lethal Chinese cook who's smuggling his fellow countrymen into France.
|The Transporter soundtrack compact disc can be ordered from amazon.com. It includes tracks by Gerald Levert, Keith Sweat, Missy Elliott, Angie Martinez, Tweet, and Knoc-TurnAl, among others.|
|The Transporter soundtrack CD|
|"The picture . . . will undoubtedly play well in European markets, where Mr. Besson is a brand name, and in Asia, where Ms. Shu is an institution, but American audiences will probably find it familiar and insufficiently cathartic. Rather than recklessly killing his assailants, Mr. Statham demurely shoots them in the thigh or knocks them out, demonstrating a moral scrupulousness not much seen in American movies since Roy Rogers retired," wrote Dave Kehr in the New York Times of October 11, 2002.|
|"Top-notch action movie about a tight-lipped driver who breaks the rules to save a damsel in distress," said the Boston Metro of October 11-13, 2002.|
|"When they told me I had to take my shirt off I though[t] they were teasing me," said Jason Stratham as quoted in the Boston Metro of October 11-13, 2002.
"I spent an extra 6 months in the gym just getting ready and they still had to twist my arm. But if the guys don't think I look too much a poser and the ladies like it, well . . . who's to complain?"
|The script is "so complex I can't tell whether it's brilliant or awful," wrote Wesley Morris in the Boston Globe of October 11, 2002. "But everyone involved has seen to it that it's a blockbuster night."|
|". . . The Transporter . . . will leave you unmoved," wrote Tom Meek in the Boston Phoenix of October 11, 2002.|
|"The Transporter - Ridiculous, and I mean that in the most complementary way possible. Lots of fun if you're in the mood. [ 6 / 10 ]," said the Grayscale blog.|