And for just a few for instances...
Mere bullets igniting oil on salt water. A glass windshield miraculously reappearing on a semi tractor trailer just after a driver drives the rig sans windshield without a hint of wind blowing his perfectly coiffed hair, despite three seperate tangles with our hero, both of whom seem to always be fighting with someone, but never have the slightest appearance of a bruise. A single-engine airplane seen careening at near street level is seen mere seconds later cruising at an altitude of no less than 10,000 feet...thats 3,333 metres for those of you in Europe who assited in the making of this film (and I use that word lightly)...all of this just before the Transporter jumps out of the plane...and of course...parachutes down on top of the semi tractor trailer, the film maker in this case going so far as to have the shot appear that our hero is actually catching up to the trailer from behind...what's the speed limit there in Europe?
And then there's the plot. I would be able to discuss it, but regrettably, this movie was born without one, which is much like you or I being born without a head...which come to think of it, rather well describes the way this movie stumbles from ridiculous fight scene after fight scene, all studded with the most polite bad guys a movie ever saw. Each bad guy seems always to wait his turn to attack our hero, and then once wounded, dutifully looks away in horror and pretty much just lays there on the floor as ordered.Read more ›