The Transporter Refueled

The Transporter Refueled

While it’s not a perfect sequel, The Transporter Refueled is a good enough film to keep the franchise in play – thanks in part to some charismatic performances.

It’s been 7 years since we’ve been given the pleasure of watching a new installment in The Transporter series. Yet here we are, with a new lead actor, a new package, and a new vehicle – all waiting to be taken out for a spin. Most franchises would be crushed under the weight of such changes, and losing Jason Statham would definitely seem like a big loss to the franchise that helped make him a star. Thankfully, The Transporter Refueled is entertaining enough that it should keep the franchise going for a little longer, all thanks to the relationship between Frank Martin and his dad. 

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A Walk In The Woods


Buoyed by the presence of Redford and Nolte, A Walk In The Woods flounders for long periods but still is quaint, breezy and inoffensive… as well as entirely forgettable.

You’d have to be quite a cynic to really hate A Walk In The Woods. Even at its most mundane and tepid, you can’t help but be caught in some form of nostalgic appreciation because you’re watching Robert Redford and Nick Nolte share the screen together.  Unfortunately, despite the two acting titans managing to eke out heart and humanity from their characters in a subtle and unique fashion, Redford and Nolte aren’t able to stop this adaptation from being wholly unremarkable and, ultimately, forgettable.

Which is a shame, because A Walk In The Woods actually breezes out of the blocks in a forthright, funny, and even s...

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War Room


The movie equivalent of repeatedly being punched by a Bible, War Room is so brazen with its Evangelical agenda and curbed by its lackluster cinematic approach that nonbelievers will find it laughable.

Once you’d finished laughing at We Are Your Friends’ pitiful box office return from this weekend, you might have noticed that in second place — behind Straight Outta Compton’s third Sunday in a row at the summit of the chart — was War Room.

Now, there’s a good chance that you don’t know too much about War Room, or about the talents of Alex Kendrick and Stephen Kendrick, the writing, producing and directing team behind the film...

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