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PG-13 for sequences of violence and action, sexual material, some language, a drug reference and thematic elements
Ed Skrein, Loan Chabanal, Gabriella Wright, Anatole Taubman, Radivoje Bukvic, Tatiana Pajkovic
Camille Delamarre
Bill Collage, Adam Cooper
Relativity EuropaCorp
The Transporter Refueled
101 Minutes | No Passes
STARTS Friday, September 4
Tue 9/1
Wed 9/2
Thu 9/3
Fri 9/4 4:15 | 6:45 | 9:00
Sat 9/5 1:45 | 4:15 | 6:45 | 9:00
Sun 9/6 1:45 | 4:15 | 6:45 | 9:00
Mon 9/7 6:45 | 9:00

The producers of Lucy and the Taken trilogy bring you the next adrenaline-fueled installment of The Transporter series, starring newcomer Ed Skrein as Frank Martin, the most highly-skilled transporter money can buy. The stakes are greater and technology better, but the same three simple rules apply: never change the deal, no names and never open the package. When Frank is hired by cunning femme fatale, Anna, and her three stunning sidekicks, he quickly discovers he’s been played. Anna and her cohorts have kidnapped his father Ray Stevenson) in order to coerce Frank into helping them take down a ruthless group of Russian human traffickers. Fueled by revenge, he will break all his rules and stop at nothing to rescue his father in this action-packed thrill ride across the French Riviera.

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