The Transporter 2

Trivia: The scene where the drunkard sees the car go above him and thinks it's just his imagination is a homage to the Bond movies "The Spy Who Loved Me", in which a character has the same reaction when the car drives out of the water, and "For Your Eyes Only", in which that same character has the same reaction when Bond skis overhead.

Trivia: Was originally shot with an intended R-rating, though the studio subsequently demanded the film be edited down for a PG-13. Thankfully, the film only needed to be trimmed by a few seconds to remove excess blood and profanity.

TedStixon

Continuity mistake: The Audi car is missing its W12 logo in the grill in one shot. In different scenes with the Audi, there are two different number plates at the front (at least where the number plate were supposed to be: one with two "holes" at the lower end, and one without. Obvious that there were 2 different cars used.

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Frank Martin: You really think killing all these politicians is gonna make things easier for them?
Gianni Chellini: That's not my problem. I was hired to do a job. I did the job, like you. Just... my pay is better. My hair and my suit, too.

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Question: Why was Frank evading the police after managing to escape the bad guys? Couldn't Audrey tell them that he was on their side?

Answer: The police will just get in the way and slow things down too much. Frank can operate outside of the law and get more done and get it done quicker. Plus, they can't just take Audrey's word for it.

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