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The Transporter DVD £1.89 @ Sendit.Com
The Transporter DVD £1.89 @ Sendit.Com

The Transporter DVD £1.89 @ Sendit.Com

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More DetailsCertificate: 15
Cast List: Francois Berleand, Luc Besson, Shu Qi, Jason Statham
Director: Cory Yuen, Pierre Morel
Special Features: Feature with Audio Commentary, Making of Featurette, Three Extended Side by Side
Region: Region 2
Aspect Ratio: Aspect Ratio 2.35:1,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
Main Language: English
Subtitle Languages: English for the hearing impaired

DescriptionBuckle up for 'a slick enjoyable ride' that delivers 'a medley of stunning fight sequences'.

Frank Martin is the best at what he does: transporting dangerous or illegal goods with no questions asked. But his latest shipment, a beautiful young woman kidnapped by international slave traders, brings deadly complications to his delivery plans. Now Frank must kick into overdrive in a nonstop, action-packed fight to save his previous cargo-and his life.
Special FeaturesFeature with Audio Commentary, Making of Featurette, Three Extended Side by Side

5 Comments

Poking forks into your eyes is more entertaining. Good price if it's your kinda movie though.

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Uridium;5876958

Poking forks into your eyes is more entertaining. Good price if it's your … Poking forks into your eyes is more entertaining. Good price if it's your kinda movie though.



Yep did not think it was great myself :-D

Loved it!

I liked it also. Not taxing to watch, and at times the plot is laughable, but a great action film all the same. Just switch your brain off and enjoy the ride.

Haven't seen the sequel yet, will wait for TV broadcast.

Dancc;5880574

I liked it also. Not taxing to watch, and at times the plot is laughable, … I liked it also. Not taxing to watch, and at times the plot is laughable, but a great action film all the same. Just switch your brain off and enjoy the ride.Haven't seen the sequel yet, will wait for TV broadcast.



It's on Film4 sometimes. 3rd one was good too.

Anyone else think that this is going to be the standard price for DVDs once blu-ray takes over?
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