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In the criminal underworld of France, Frank Martin (Ed Skrein) is known as The Transporter; the best driver and mercenary money can buy. Frank will deliver anything for a price. He abides by 3 simple rules: no names, no questions and no renegotiations...that is until he meets a mysterious and lethal femme fatale Anna (Loan Chabanol), leader of a group of deadly assailants. Stopping at nothing to take down a group of ruthless Russian human traffickers, Anna knows Frank is the best man for the job and holds his father (Ray Stevenson) for ransom to ensure his cooperation. Now Frank and his father are forced to team up with Anna to bring these villains to justice. The Transporter Legacy is a relentless, high octane ride that takes the Transporter franchise to explosive new heights.
Frank Martin: The Reluctant Hero
The Coeur Brisé: Les Femmes of Refueled
Rocketing From 0-60 --Lionsgate
- MPAA rating : PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
- Product Dimensions : 0.7 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches; 5.92 Ounces
- Audio Description: : English
- Director : Camille Delamarre
- Media Format : DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, AC-3, Widescreen
- Run time : 1 hour and 36 minutes
- Release date : August 22, 2017
- Actors : Ed Skrein, Loan Chabanol, Gabriella Wright, Ray Stevenson, Anatole Taubman
- Subtitles: : Spanish
- Producers : Luc Besson, Mark Gao
- Studio : Lionsgate
- ASIN : B074HBCMKR
- Country of Origin : USA
- Number of discs : 1
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Choreography is little compared to the others. They are using the modern style of "more camera shots = more movement" instead of actually focusing of the unique (and sometimes hilarious) fighting from the original 3.
I gave it 2 stars for the chase scenes (only thing that makes this worth it honestly). But the fighting, story, and new actor don't do the character justice.
They could have easily made him be someone the Jason Statham character trained to carry on his job. But no, they tried to completely recast the character as someone else and hope he can do it justice.
Big 'ol nope from me!
Well, idiot, if you don't exchange names, how the hell would you recognize even if she told you, why would you even ask??. Then he takes important calls in the middle of dinner with no vetting whatsoever, his Dad is supposed to be a hot shot CIA operative with decades of experience on the field, yet a dumb chick get him in the trunk of her car with a housewife cheap trick. The transporter is supposed to be a super fighter yet, when they are done with the job one of the chicks just points the gun at him at close range and he is helpless, then she puts it "away" for Christ sake behind her skirt to pat him down and he stays helpless like a little girl. That's just the tip of the iceberg I am trying to forget all of it. But basically a few talent-less grade preschoolers got together and put together bad acting, expensive car crashes, HD with slow motions shots, a bad story and shook it all together to see if a movie would come out, nothing but vomit came out so that is why we never saw the lead actor ever again. The sad part about this that, at some studio, somewhere, a few 'executives' got together and signed off on this thing, looked at each other and agreed with each other and gave the money to do it. I would not give these worthless idiots a job as a dishwasher in a restaurant.
This series is the creation of Luc Besson who produced this version and helped to write it as well. Director Camille Delamarre also directed Brick Mansions which you may have seen.
OK, Skrein is not up to the standard in the complex fight scenes that Jason Statham has established. We can't do much about that. Not many actors can pull those kinds of scenes off successfully. And every cop car seems to jump and flip around in the air for no good reason while the transporter makes his escape.
But aside from that, the movie holds together well. The bad guys are Russians who hold women in the bondage of prostitution so we don't like them very much. There is a lot of action, chances, fights, shootings, complex poisonings, cool stunts, girls taking off some of their clothes, and all-around plenty to keep our eyes busy. It is fun to watch.
"Transporter Refueled" has a surprising PG-13 rating rather than an R rating. This is because there are no naked people and the language is clean for gangsters. It runs for one hour and 36 minutes.
Fun and well executed but does not match the Statham versions.
Really one of the biggest turn offs for me was not the script or the actors, but rather the beginning of movie felt more overtly like one long Audi commercial (may there be no doubt who helped fund the movie). Just set the wrong tone for the movie and for that I rate this a 2 star.
Guess i can't see how whispering makes anyone tougher than anyone else.
In all my 70 years I've never known anyone who talks like that.
20 minutes in and I'm done with this one.