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Peter Berrett
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From: Victoria, Australia
Registered: Nov 2000


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Every now and then you come across a film that touches you deeply, a film that reaches inside and moves you in a special way.

If you are looking for such a film then don't see Taxi 2 because it is a fast paced comedy about a seriously fast Peugeot Taxi.

This film (a sequel to 'Taxi') is about one seriously fast White souped-up Peugeot 406 Taxi and racing around the streets of Marseille & Paris. The plot is very thin (something about a plot to ruin Japanese - French relations) but who cares? That car & cast are back and you know from the first minute there's going to be a lot of fast driving.

Luc Besson has made this film faster, more comical and more fun than the original. The film is just great start to finish and not at all to be taken seriously. Don't worry about the subtitles - you won't have time to read them anyway.

Rating 8 stars out of 10

Can't wait for Taxi 3!
http://www.taxi2.com/index_ns.htm

cheers Peter



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