Weekend Watch: The Transporter: Refueled, A Walk In The Woods, Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine

The Transporter: Refueled
This reboot of the franchise originally helmed by Jason Statham looks incredibly unnecessary, and more importantly, incredibly European. Ed Skrein is the new, titular Transporter, moving questionable goods for questionable people when he’s sucked into a femme fatale’s plot to get revenge against the Russian mobster who sex traffick’d her. Expect car chases.

A Walk in the Woods
Opened on Wednesday. Starring Robert Redford and Nick Nolte, the tale of a straight-laced old man and eccentric old man going for a titular walk in the woods together looks like the kind of movie that your parents who don’t watch movies would probably want to watch.

Chole and Theo
Based on the true story of what happens when a woman meets an Inuit man who travels from Alaska to New York as they team up to find a MacGuffin that will save his people. Also has Larry King as Larry King.

Steve Jobs: Man in the Machine
It’s no secret that Steve Jobs was a fucking jerk that people idolized because it means they could look at porn on their phones while in the work bathroom. This documentary probes further into the personal and private life of the visionary and makes us think if we ought to be thinking of Steve Jobs’ legacy onto the world.

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Paolo Sambrano adores television theme songs. You can follow him on Twitter @paolo. He is the creator of the card game, No Benefits and the writer/performer of the solo show Bi-Poseur.

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