The Transporter: Refueled (BLU-RAY)

There’s no denying that Jason Statham is Frank Martin, but Ed Skrein makes for a pretty decent backup. The Transporter: Refueled is EuropaCorp’s reboot of the franchise without Statham at the helm, and while it’s evident his absence has a great impact on the film, it’s not without shining moments, namely some fantastic fight sequences.


This is a review of the quality of the Blu-ray release. For the film itself, please read our theatrical review.



The Blu-ray picture quality is great. The colors are sharp and the blacks are deep. The film is presented in 2.39:1 widescreen format with 5.1 surround sound. The action scenes in particular look fantastic, especially the fight inside and outside the club. You can hear every punch against a backdrop of electronic dance music as the camera swings around the action capturing it from every angle. The story may be mediocre, but at least it looks and sounds great.



  • Frank Martin: The Reluctant Hero
  • The Coeur Brise: Les Femmes of Refueled
  • Rocketing From 0-60

The quantity of the bonus features is rather limited, but their quality is fantastic. There’s a high sharpness to them that is even better than the film itself. Two of the bonus features provide a behind-the-scenes look at the new characters of the film; Ed Skrein taking on the role of Frank Martin and the dangerous Femme Fatales. It wouldn’t be a Transporter film without insane driving sequences, either, and “Rocketing From 0-60” explores the many car stunts the production managed to pull off.


The behind-the-scene features for The Transporter: Refueled are actually more interesting than the film itself. It’s clear that Ed Skrein is both talented and passionate about the franchise, but he’s still no Jason Statham.

Matt Rodriguez
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