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Châu Belle Dinh,
Damien and Leito return to District 13 on a mission to bring peace to the troubled sector that is controlled by five different gang bosses, before the city's secret services take drastic measures to solve the problem.
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The Japanese ambassaor is visiting Marseilles to view the city police's anti-gang tactics. During the visit, however, he is kidnapped by a group working for the Japanese yakuza. Young officer Emilien is determined to rescue the ambassador and officer Petra (his girlfriend), who was also kidnapped, and restore the honor of his department. Once again, speed demon taxi-driver Daniel (from the first Taxi movie) is called upon to save the day with his high-speed driving skills. Written by
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When Petra and Yuli run up to fight the three Ninjas, Petra is wearing white panties, not so during the fight. See more »
[Émilien has the escaping ninjas cornered in a dead end]
Ha-ha-ha-ha, oh yes, Marseille is complicated. Full of small streets. And you'll see that the cells aren't big either.
[points his gun at them]
Line up, face down, hands on your back, I'm warning you, I'm the shooting champion of the department, stop doing the Mario! You speak French?
[ninjas suddenly form a circle leaning towards each other with their hands on each other's shoulder]
Watch out! Warned you! Me do police ...
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Luc Besson successfully follows up his ridiculously popular French action film 'Taxi Taxi' (1998). Taxi 2 delivers exactly what it promises - extensive action and basic, but intricately setup humour. Although intellectually lacking, this stimulating film it is easily the most entertaining movies I've even seen.
Although I didn't speak French, I was able to readily follow along with the plot. A Japanese ambassador visiting France becomes a hostage of a large gang currently running circles around the helpless French police. Samy Neci plays Daniel, a speed demon and extraordinarily talented taxi driver. When his disregard for safety land him in an awkward position with the police, he grudgingly agrees to help them rein in the terrorists.
Quentin Tarantino style, 'Ronin'-esque action and the unmistakable addition of 'French' humour make this movie a unique viewing. Surprisingly well shot and edited, Taxi 2 is a pleasure to view. The perception of a film's quality often lies in the basis of the audience's expectations. Taxi 2 was vastly entertaining, stylistic, adrenaline filled and well worth the effort to track down and view - that is if your expectations are fitting the films strengths.
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