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Transporter 3

Jason Statham is back as Frank Martin, a man who transports dangerous goods --provided the price is right. In this third film of the franchises, the deliveryman finds himself in trouble when he decides not to take a job. Forced into a do or die situation, Frank must wield weapons and do some fancy driving if he hopes to survive. Get the movie review and more. »


Overall: D+
Violence: D
Sexual Content: C-
Language: D
Drugs/Alcohol: D+
Run Time: 108
Theater Release: 26 Nov 2008
Video Release: 10 Mar 2009
MPAA Rating: PG-13
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Why Is Transporter 3 Rated PG-13?

Wearing only a skimpy party dress, Valentina is a morose fare who combines illegal party drugs with swigs of vodka to deal with her situation. Coming off a high, she persuades Frank to undress and engage in sexual activity. Brief homosexual and sexually-oriented comments are made. Implied sex follows a scene of passionate kissing. The fumes from a barrel of toxic waste burn men’s faces and bodies. Terrorists kidnap a hostage and attempt to blackmail government officials. A car crashes through the wall of a home leaving the passengers injured. Several characters later die in the explosion of an emergency vehicle. Numerous scenes of intense hand-to-hand combat (often with weapons or mechanic’s tools) are seen. Characters are frequently beaten, shot at, blown up or threatened. Characters are outfitted with explosive devices. Cars are driven recklessly. One speeds off a cliff and explodes with passengers inside. Repeated uses of a strong expletive and a crude hand gesture are used along with profanities and infrequent terms of Christian Deity. Infrequent depictions of alcohol and cigarette use are seen.

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