Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that The Transporter Refueled is the fourth in the Transporter action series, and the first without star Jason Statham (Ed Skrein steps into the title role). Expect lots of shooting, with many secondary characters dying, plus frequent martial arts fighting, car chases, crashes, and explosions. There's also a somewhat gory bullet-removal scene, a shot of burnt corpses, and a woman being pistol-whipped in the face. Women are also generally objectified, constantly being shown in skimpy outfits. Sex is implied, and one man is shown sleeping in a bed with two partners. Language includes one "f--k," plus "s--t" and "a--hole." Characters drink fine liquor frequently but never get drunk. Blatant product placement includes Evian water and Audi cars.
Man shown in bed sleeping with two women. The main character kisses a woman, removing shirt (sex is implied). More kissing; women shown dancing and lounging in lingerie, bikinis, and other skimpy outfits. Flirting.
Strong, frequent fighting; not much blood or gore (aside from a somewhat gory bullet-removal scene). Guns are fired, and many secondary characters die. Burned corpses. Frequent martial arts fighting. Frequent car chases, exploding cars. Lots of peril/danger. A woman is pistol-whipped in the face.
One use of "f--k." "S--t" is also used a few times, plus "a--hole," "bitch," "whore," and "hell."
The movie frowns on prostitution, but at the same time it objectifies women. Additionally, revenge is a central theme. Characters are forced to work together; there's no natural teamwork.
Audi cars are heavily featured. Evian water is mentioned several times (the company was an investor in the movie). Apple iPhones are frequently shown and used.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Frequent social drinking by adults: whisky, vodka, champagne, beer, and wine. Drug reference.