50 Best Action Movies Of All Time By Popularity

50 Best Action Movies Of All Time By Popularity
50 Best Action Movies Of All Time By Popularity

Best Action Movies Of All Time. Everyone loves to watch the action and fighting movies. I have shared some best action movies list in this blog, those movies all are amazing, entertaining and enjoyable. Check out the following list of 50 the best action movies of all time and if you don't watch those action movies, you must watch.

Best Action Movies Of All Time By Popularity

50. Underworld (2003)

Underworld is an action thriller movie. It tells the tale of a secret war between vampires and werewolves. Kate Beckinsale stars as Selene, a deadly professional killer on the vampire side. Scott Speedman plays Michael Corvin, a man who winds up enveloped with this severe war. This film is fairly all around done, regardless of all the blood and realistic viciousness. The vibe of the film is dull, Gothic and agonizing, which fits very well with the story. The content is fascinating, utilizing science to bring the vampire and werewolf legends into the cutting edge age. Watch this adventure and action movie.

49. RED (2010)

Bruce Willis is in his classic structure in Red movie, plays it cool as a previous agent. The troupe cast is charming at minutes and truly plays together pleasantly, however, I feel like there were simply such a large number of helpful characters/situations. Why in motion pictures like this is there always an answer, they generally knew a person who can support them? I comprehend they worked superbly integrating each character, however, it nearly appeared as though there was no situation they couldn't escape. Which, I additionally comprehend, is a part of the enjoyment in the movie, yet after such a large number of moments of clarity, it kind of turns into a prosaism. I at last enjoyed in the film yet felt like there should have been progressively stressful situations.

48. Taken (2008)

Taken, a great action thriller movie that will not disappoint you. first, the action leaves you at the edge of your seat and gives you that rush! and it just never stops, it's a huge thrill ride that leaves you eager and makes your heartbeat. A simple but good idea executed well by the director. It does more than enough to keep you entertained. It gets very intense and thrilling at times too. A film with awesome non-stop action throughout. Must watch.

47. Children of Men (2006)

Children of Men film, though surrounded by an original idea, is not so great; science fiction and visual effects are credible, nevertheless, I reckon that the entire journey is not as impressive as the action and as Clive Owen's performance. Very surprisingly Julliane Moore acts only for a few minutes, in spite of her being presented as one of the leads whereas Michael Caine is always a giant. I would eventually say that the movie is remarkable but despite its continuous turns it doesn't manage to take advantage of the nice idea and of the impressive story. A movie that is certainly ok but could definitely have done much more than it did.

46. The Book of Eli (2010)

Book of Eli had the potential to become a great action movie but the screenplay damaged the movie, especially at the ending. The use of the camera and all the scenes in the movie are very good and professional. Meanwhile, acting is truthful and Denzel Washington manages to highlight the commitment, faith, and clarity of Eli's character. However Book of Eli's scenario is not intriguing enough, the ending seems out of balance and does not fit well.

45. Transformers (2007)

Transformers is a lot of fun. Despite the negative reception the future installments of the franchise would receive, this Michael Bay effort is at least entertaining. Action scenes are plentiful and satisfying and the CGI has aged quite well for the most part. Unfortunately, the human characters are either very annoying or stock cliché. Shia LaBeouf's Sam Witwicky is always nervous, always sweating, always making excuses for himself. Megan Fox is there as the eye candy love interest and of course, we have your typical military types, comedy relief types, and government agent types. Despite the long run time, the film doesn't feel like it buckles under its own weight. Too bad the Transformers don't show up until an hour in. Transformers are great popcorn fun but the characters and Michael Bay-style humor will leave some viewers rolling their eyes. Must watch, one of the best action movies of all time.

44. Apocalypto (2006)

Simplistic storytelling and predictable plot, unrelenting action, and violence, a film that is more legend or myth than believable history but all told still compelling to watch. The reason being is the masterful film-making style of director Mel Gibson and cinematographer Dean Semler. Mel decides to give us a slice of life of Mayan culture by telling the gruesome tale of one particular family who lives a life-based in the ways of the jungle struggling to survive in the midst of being overrun by a brutal urban style tribe who's out to capture slaves and humans to sacrifice to their god to win favor. Stimulates the imagination and transports you do another time if you can stomach the brutality. See it, the best action movie.

43. Terminator Salvation (2009)

Terminator Salvation is a movie that will wow your eyes and ears. It will be a standard for exhibiting the most recent very good quality home theater frameworks for quite a while. Don't, in any case, go to this film to invigorate the creative mind. The plot has numerous gaps fixed with scarcely there plot gadgets. I'm helped to remember the film Thank You For Smoking when the character Jeff Mengall discussed Hollywood plot gaps getting loaded up with lines like Express gratitude toward God we designed the, you know, whatever gadget. In past Terminator films, you could generally expect that sending anything back in time took a great deal of vitality and assets - that is the reason you could acknowledge that there was just a single Terminator rather than 2+ cooperating. In this film, we are made to accept that battling Skynet resembles out-moving a crowd of furious elephants with laser shafts on their heads. Good action movie.

42. Rambo (2008)

Rambo 4 is the fourth portion of Rambo arrangement and true to form has heaps of activity. Sylvester Stallone is as common at his best. There isn't a lot of help from the help cast however that won't disillusion you. The acting of Sylvester Stallone is extraordinary. The screenplay is great, the area is great. You can be frustrated by the storyline as the story was normal and has the same old thing to offer. Background music supports the scenes. Overall an awesome action movie. My favorite action movie.

41. The Fifth Element (1997)

The Fifth Element is another good example of the filmmaking talents of Luc Besson. Luc Besson, an inventive virtuoso and the chief of exemplary movies, for example, The Big Blue, Nikita and Leon has come back to the class that began his filmmaking vocation, science fiction. In The Fifth Element, Luc Besson understands his long-lasting aspiration to make a film dependent on a story he thought of while still at school, Zaltman Boleros. Composing and coordinating the film, he handily blends humor in with activity and astounding special visualizations that put The Fifth Element in its very own class. Shocking exhibitions are advanced by Milla Jovovich, Bruce Willis, Ian Holm, Chris Tucker, and Gary Oldman, who comes back to work with Luc Besson in the wake of playing Norman Stansfield in Leon. The Fifth Element gives us how well satire, activity, and sentiment can be assembled. Ignored at the Academy Awards, Luc Besson won the Cesar for Best Director at Cannes in 1998 for The Fifth Element. Just, an excellent movie.

40. Kick-Ass (2010)

Kick-Ass is a fun superhero movie. What's more, to some degree exceptional, with regards to state about superhero movies. This film begins with the basic speculation: imagine a scenario in which I become a superhero. Furthermore, Kick-Ass offers a response to that with silly and cool activities. Saint from YouTube age would be this way. I didn't attempt to discover any exercise in this film. I simply needed to watch something that could make me feel better and glad, and I settled on a correct decision. Additionally, what I like about this film is that every one of the scenes and figures is portrayed phenomenally. Particularly audio cues and soundtracks are magnificent! The famous piece of Kick-Ass goes to Hit-Girl, I think. She is the best character in this motion picture, or perhaps the best female hero.

39. First Blood (1982)

First Blood movie was a classic. A pretty good action movie and a film that truly gave you what Vietnam officers experienced when they returned from the war. Stallone plays John Rambo impeccably and he is physically great for the job too. He demonstrates toward the end alone that he can act and show feeling as well as anyone. The first occasion when I saw this I was exceptionally passionate toward the end in light of the fact that Stallone truly gives you a sample of what the fighters needed to experience when they returned home. The activity is exemplary, The acting is classic, Rambo is the best classic action movie.

38. Sucker Punch (2011)

Sucker punch is full of great pictures. Everything is just so in vibes with all the clichées you could know about the screenplay of American action movies, but because it is well made, it just made me laugh all along with the movie. The content is somewhat ungainly: in the fundamental rules, anything you hope to happen occurs. To finish up, suppose that once you realize what sort of film you're managing, it turns into a genuine delight following the scene and snickering about them. Zack Snyder joined his acing in picture making with a quick-paced story to transform an action movie into a kind of comedy that pleased me at last.

37. True Lies (1994)

True Lies movie is one of the few movies in the league of those like Kill Bill and Aliens which you can see over and over again without ever getting bored. James Cameron substantiates himself by and by as the best chief and author ever. Although Arnie and Bill Paxton get so many mentions, Art Malik's performance gets a little mention and his performance as always is excellent. In the villainous role, no one can beat him. The "Low Battery" scene will have you on the floor every time you see it and is perhaps the most memorable movie scene of all time. This movie is completely insane and completely rocks. It is difficult to perceive how anybody might disdain anything about this film? It is also one of the few which has a very satisfying ending.

36. Predator (1987)

Predator is an awesome old Arnold Schwarzenegger's action movie. If you haven't seen it yet, you definitely got to do it. The action was pretty good for that time's action movie. The plot is pretty simple, but what's original about this film is Predator - probably one of the most unique fictional creatures. It looked like a very dangerous creature and there were some heart-stopping moments when it was attacking US soldiers and it looked like that they are totally helpless in those situations. There also was some original deaths, lots of blood and explosions. It's a very original action and science fiction movie and it's a must-see for everyone.

35. Star Trek (2009)

I am reviewing this as a stand-alone film because I have never seen any of the original Star Trek movies or series so I can't exactly comment on those what I thought of this film was that it wasn't bad I mean it was quite slow at times and not too much action but the acting was quite good by the entire cast now I don't know too much about their characters but the performances were good and it wasn't poorly made or anything like that the special effects were great this wasn't hard to understand the story was pretty straightforward I know a lot of people who are fans of the original series, Next Generation and the films didn't enjoy it and they have their reasons but as a stand-alone, it's quite enjoyable I think of it as that because like I said this is my first Star Trek film I will definitely watch Into Darkness soon as well I hear that's the best one.

34. V for Vendetta (2005)

Much has been said about the genius behind the script and ideas of V For Vendetta. They are all true and speak to the power of cinema when done with intelligence and purpose. I would like to note the amazing action, entertainment, realism and most of all the acting as well. When one compares the acting in V with films like Star Wars The Force Awakens or The Last Jedi or any of the silly Marvel films it becomes so evident that there are actors and there are actors in this world. A film can be replete with special effects yet the actors could be deeply stirring. The elite hates this film. The working class, the citizen, the human will love it.

33. Bad Boys (1995)

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence form the 'Bad Boys' cop duo that has to trade places with one another in order to protect a key witness. Bad Boys is crammed full of action from start to finish, it has a slick script and plenty of laughs. As action comedies go, I can only think of the Lethal weapon films that top this one, and that's a high standard live up to. The chemistry between Smith and Lawrence is strong and the rest of the cast are all good. Overall Bad Boys is a movie that everyone should enjoy, it's adrenaline-fuelled fast-paced action throughout.

32. Point Break (1991)

Die Hard may be the best action movie ever, yet "Point Break" isn't excessively a long way behind.   Johnny Utah who is collaborated with a veteran bureaucratic operator Angelo played by Gary Busey to split. Angelo has a hypothesis that the bank robbers are surfers, and Johnny goes covert as a surfer to bust the bank robbers. Along the way, he meets thrill seeker Bohdi played by Patrick Swayze. Well, I am not going to give any more away. This film has probably the most astonishing activity scenes ever. It is highly entertaining and very quotable. Reeves is assuming a job he was destined to play(next to Ted in Bill and Ted) and Swayze has a great deal of fun in his job. The movie is also very quotable and has a great soundtrack.

31. Aliens (1986)

I love this movie, and this is a totally different kind of movie than the Alien. James Cameron's Aliens is a great movie in general, except one character screw the whole film up, NEWT, the little girl. Her screams make me nuts from the moment it starts, and she screams always. I don't think screaming is a good expression of scaring film like this and scream make the film like a cheap c-grade scary movie, and this is a contrast to the Alien silent-horror which makes the first film classic. On the other hand, all the other elements in the film are great. The story is great, Actors/Actress are great, the design is great, music is also great. If you could ignore these stupid screaming (which I couldn't), you will enjoy and love this classic horror science fiction movie.

30. Oldboy (2003)

In an age of American movie where our biggest blockbusters are based on films already successful overseas, this is one film that needs to be seen by more American moviegoers. This is the cinema that got me hooked on Asian revenge movies. Oldboy (Oldeuboi) is an original film that shows what happens when a man's freedom is taken away and he doesn't know why, or by whom. He is suddenly thrust back into society where he must track down the person that took away his freedom. Along the way come multiple plot twists and surprises that you just don't see coming. It's a shame so many American moviegoers refuse to see foreign movies because this movie is genius. Who knows, perhaps some time or another the movie will get changed for crowds here in the U.S. and the main character will be played by Mel Gibson or Bruce Willis. If you want to stay true to the Asian vision, I even think Jackie Chan could be a candidate.

29. Live Free or Die Hard (2007)

Live Free or Die Hard has received quite good praise from most critics and fans were excited yet worried how the new film would be. Since it has been over twelve years since the previous installment, and now given a new PG-13 rating. Well into the film and much like the previous Die Hard films logic isn't exactly a part of the game, but sheer adrenaline-packed excitement sure is. John McClane is faced with many outrageous challenges and like before he doesn't back down. Die Hard 4 is different but also quite satisfying for an action film. Recommend for those fans of the series. Live Free or Die Hard remains a very entertaining action film.

28. Starship Troopers (1997)

Starship Troopers is the quintessential cult movie. science fiction movies come and go however Starship Troopers has held its own and is viewed in high regard by both mainstream viewers as well as critics alike. It is based in the future and reminds me of Robocop and Total Recall. While this was not a success when it came out it became a cult movie and then surely everyone got on the bandwagon. Great entertainment and a pitch-black sense of humor sprinkled throughout generously.

27. Top Gun (1986)

Top Gun is a good action movie with a decent storyline and a good cast. It was my first time seeing the movie, I since it's so well known I expected it to be a lot better, Tom Cruise did deliver a great performance, however, but this movie is so cheesy, there's constant singing to feel-good songs and a cliché love story to it as well. I don't really like Val Kilmer as an actor, mainly because he was the worst Batman ever, but he delivered a pretty solid performance as Iceman. Students of a Us Fighting school compete against each other to be the best in their class, while one of the students, Maverick (Tom Cruise), dates the teacher, Charlie (Kelly McGillis).

26. Braveheart (1995)

This must be one of the best films I have ever observed. The fight scenes are extraordinary, the plot is both intriguing and interesting, there are comedy and romance. This is a film that any individual can acknowledge at some level. Genuine, the authentic substance may have been mutilated, however despite the fact that this cinema is intended for stimulation. It's anything but a history exercise got on record. The acting is absolutely superb, Braveheart movie is an awesome action movie.

25. Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)

Kill Bill: Vol. 1 is a unique action film. I've never seen anything quite like it. First off, the cast really blew me away, each and every actor did a great job with their respective roles. Uma Thurman is a terrific actress and she was definitely the right choice to play the lead character. Thurman commands this role and you are transfixed by her in every scene she's in. It's not just the action sequences that she is great in, she's just perfect for the role all around. And it wasn't just her that I loved, I also liked Vivica A. Fox, Lucy Lui, and Daryl Hannah. The writing is well done, I especially enjoyed Thurman's dialogue, the well-written dialogue and the impressive way that she delivers that dialogue all comes together to make something great. I think most moviegoers will enjoy this acclaimed movie. Good job Quentin Tarantino.

24. 300 (2006)

I like this movie the animation work and the movie plot. I like 300 movie because shows how the people at that time fight and how important the war for them and what customs they had, for me it was very amazing how 300 men survived an army like the Persian army, the Persian army was very dangerous they had the best archers, the Persian army had many attack strategies they fired an arrow cloud and left only injured and a few men without injures. But the Spartans where very smart and they made a big shield with their own shields and it really helped a lot. Only a few men died and they used strategy and the Spartan train to win the battle.

23. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

There are few movies I can watch over and over again, but Raiders of the Lost Ark is one of them. This movie has it all action, comedy, romance, and suspense. Harrison Ford is at his best as Dr. Jones, one of the most exciting archeologists ever. From the start to the end you are hooked to this film. I love the opening when he as to dodge traps as he tries to get this treasure, I love it when he is running through the streets trying to save the girl, I just love every bit of it. Spielberg said he needed a b type film like he recollected from his childhood, yet this far outperforms any b film and any a film the extent that I am concerned.

22. Sin City (2005)

There are very few successful adaptations of comic books and Sin City is for sure a success. The graphic elements portrayed in the movie are wonderful and something very different. The story is laid out very well showing different situations. Bruce Willis is good in his role but I wished he had got more screen time. Jessica Alba and Rosario Dawson, the ladies looked beautiful in the movie and played well their respective minuscule roles. Benicio Del Toro was the surprise package of the movie as he played the corrupt police cop to perfection. But the scene-stealer has to be none other than Mickey Rourke who is magnificent in his screen presence.

21. Casino Royale (2006)

This new product may be a good action film, but it is far from being a James Bond movie. You will miss all the gadgets and sophistication of the classic films and in exchange, you will get muscle and the agility of Daniel Craig. The beautiful women and fast cars are there, but the main character could easily be Jason Bourne. There is a clear intention to renew the series, but they are sacrificing the main characteristics of the classic James Bond character to do so. We all know the terrible story about the first film called "Casino Royale" with Peter Sellers, with that in mind this is a masterpiece. By now the production seems to be doing good in the box office, let's just hope they correct their way in the next film.

20. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

Filmed in Spain by Italian filmmaker, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly is the best Western movie ever made. With Hollywood actors but fittingly, not made in Hollywood, it was despised by the mainstream at the time, but also recognized for its genius and is the most famous part of the most famous Western trilogy. Building on a rich Italian storytelling and movie-making tradition, with an unforgettable score, this movie has justly taken the place it now holds. If you have not seen it yet, do it. Equally subversive and authentic, this is just one masterpiece nobody should miss.

19. The Town (2010)

Four companions Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck), James Coughlin (Jeremy Renner), Albert Magloan (Slaine) and Desmond Elden (Owen Burke) are burglars working the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston. In their most recent activity, they take the bank chief Claire Keesey (Rebecca Hall) prisoner and afterward let her go. Doug counterfeit dates Claire to ensure she can't ID them. He's additionally engaging in sexual relations with James' sedated out sister Krista Coughlin (Blake Lively). In the interim they are being examined by the FBI drove by Agent Adam Frawley (Jon Hamm). This is a crime thriller movie. Ben Affleck realizes these characters well. What's more, acting with the extreme Jeremy Renner makes Affleck better. The main on-screen character who watches strange is Blake Lively. She can't dispose of that Cali feel and her complement sounds horrendous. However, it's the characters and the on-screen characters that are so captivating.

18. Troy (2004)

I like Brad Pitt enormously. He is an actor with brains and wit, not to mention face, pectorals and all the rest. Since I saw him in "Thelma and Louise" thought has been bothering me, who does he remind me of? "Troy" did it for me. He is the new Brigitte Bardot. The differences are obvious of course. He is so beautiful that he is at his most effective when he plays against it. Kalifornia, 12 Monkeys, Fight Club, Snatch - His self expostulating humor makes him human, practically open. Luckily Troy will before long be overlooked. Just still photos with Pitt, semi stripped in beguiling run positions will adorn the dividers of armies of salivating fans. Peculiar, Das Boot is one of the extraordinary movies of the second piece of the twentieth century. Watch this movie, one of the best adventure and action movies of all time.

17. Wonder Woman (2017)

Wonder woman, Seriously this film makes me question myself, What did I like in Marvel movies?. This film has everything. It has a comedy. The jokes fit in the plot. The action scenes are way better than in the other DC movies. Especially the scenes where the Wonder woman Theme plays in the background. Those scenes gave me goosebumps. The visual effects are stunning which makes it a crime to watch this film in 2D. After watching this film we can expect some more good movies from DC. Acting by Gal Gadot is awesome. If you have watched other movies in DC like Suicide squad and are in an opinion that there will be no more good movies from DC, this film will change that opinion entirely. Amazing action and adventure movie.

16. Heat (1995)

Heat is a classic movie and is elevated above the standard cops and robbers movie by a few elements. Firstly it has possibly the two greatest actors of all time Robert De Niro and Al Pacino. Secondly, it is written and directed by the greatest filmmaker of all time Michael Mann. Thirdly it has a who's who of supporting actors. Thief, Manhunter, and Heat are three films to be treasured.

15. Scarface (1983)

This is one of the best gangster movies. If the cinema has a flaw, it's that it comes at you like a raging bull. It doesn't so much connect with the watcher as attacking him. ''Scarface'' is as ravenous and unflinching a creation as Tony Montana himself. Nothing remains to the watcher's creative mind. Moroder's languorous synthpop fits the activity to a tee. Like the theme in a Greek catastrophe, it moans and snaps, broods and pulls, a steady token of Tony's unyielding destiny. Less a story of alert as a disaster in progress, ''Scarface'' rips over the screen with the relentless force of a runaway train.

14. Saving Private Ryan (1998)

I have never been influenced by a film the way Saving Private Ryan influenced me. That film truly removed me from my seat in the film and for all intents and purposes made them trust I was truly in the fight with John Miller. At the point when someone was biting the dust in that film, it felt as though you could nearly sympathize with their agony. Speilberg made a mind-boggling showing of placing authenticity into this film with the camera-work and everything else. Simply awesome. An on of the all-time best movie.

13. John Wick (2014)

John Wick is a good action movie. The action in this movie is enough to keep action movie fans happy. It didn't have long boring scenes that would have you sitting around waiting for some action to start. It was perfectly done, much like The Equalizer or Predator or better yet, The Matrix. In fact, while watching this film I was reminded of the "Matrix" a time or two. The acting was done well too. All of the characters were convincing and believable. John Wick (Keanu Reeves) is an ex Hit Man who is forced to come back to work to find the people who took everything from him. Now it is violent but it is fun to watch and it will keep you interested.

12. Léon: The Professional (1994)

I know Léon: The Professional cinema, has an art form, may serve to break the boundaries of reality, but I like to see some plausibility in movies and stories; I say this 'cause the action scenes are, as usual, exaggerated and unrealistic, mainly at the beginning of the movie. But as it progresses, we get to know the characters and are plunged into their world due to first-class acting and the strange relation Léon and Mathilda develop. The camera work of Luc Besson is very interesting and well thought out, greatly enhancing the quality of the movie.

11. The Terminator (1984)

The Terminator movie is one of the best solid action movies. Not all of the dialogue is awesome and some of the effects are a bit dated - but this film is still effective. The acting is great. The plot is great. This film is well-shot and worth watching. I can't really come up with many things that are bad about it that don't have to do with it being old. This is just a fun film with good action, time travel, and robots. I'd definitely recommend this cinema. It's worth watching if you're looking for a good time.

10. Iron Man (2008)

Iron Man is one of the good superhero movies. It's based on the popular Marvel comics. Tony Stark, a popular weapons company owner gets kidnapped by a cult called "Ten Rings" in the Middle East. They want Stark to make a weapon for them. Instead, he makes his Iron Man suit. He at last runaway and after becomes Iron Man. Will he have revenge on the cult and its a surprising leader? You'll have to watch to find out. The acting is better than expected in this film. Robert Downey Jr. did such an unexpectedly great job. Gwyneth Paltrow did well as her role as Pepper Potts. I also liked Terrence Howard as Rhodey. The exceptional effects were great as they are with superhero films. I believe that this Iron Man is a good action movie.

9. Gladiator (2000)

Gladiator is one of the best action movies. The movie is mostly accurate with its portrayal of the time period, and the writing gives the viewer a sense of connection with these men. The violence was shown in a manner that did not detract from the story. Before I saw the film I had trepidations due to the subject matter, but all the graphic shots were quick and to the point, showing the nature of the combat. Overall, one of the finest movies I have seen. Great action movies of all time, see it.

8. Inception (2010)

Inception is not a bad film, but it is not a great one. Nolan is a master of the movie, but this is his not his finest movie and I don't mean that with sarcasm, just plain truth. Half-ruined by a disastrous, awful, overdramatic performance by Ellen Page, the movie rides on a phenomenal concept, and good acting from most-particularly by DiCaprio and Cotillard, but has a little too much going on it swings too suddenly from action to emotion and leaves you feeling like it's trying to cram too much into too little time. It should be noted that the ending is brilliant, with a spectacular score from Hans Zimmer, but this is not Nolan's best work. He's done better. Watch The Dark Knight or Dunkirk.

7. X-Men (2000)

X-men is a good science fiction action movie for all action fans. Every one of the principle freak characters has a unique capacity and during the film I now and then wound up contemplating which of those capacities I would pick in the event that I was given the opportunity. Obviously, those extraordinary capacities are noticeable in the film's astounding embellishments. In any case, the embellishments were by all account not the only thing that made watching this film fun. There is likewise a lot of activity and character association other than shooting and beating and utilizing uncommon forces. What's more, I won't discuss the completion. It really astonished me. Go see for yourself.

6. The Matrix (1999)

The Matrix film is one giant plothole based take on some philosophical issues, that has proved to be hugely influential. Quite original for a Hollywood flick, it is often given more credit than it deserves. The giant plot opening is that utilizing individuals as batteries has neither rhyme nor reason.  Contrived in its core, it, however, delivers many themes and is a decent movie, and the influence it has ups its rating a bit. In any case, let us not get over ourselves, this isn't Terminator or other such diamond, not by any stretch.

5. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)

Empire Strikes Back is widely called the best Star Wars film. It certainly contains lots of the iconic moments from the series and all the best lines. Fisher, Hamill, and Ford all have eased into their leadership roles and there is enough action for them all to be involved, even if after the first act they don't spend much time together. There are great fight scenes and technical effects that more than makeup for the moments where it all gets a bit of sci-fi jargon-heavy. This is the best Star Wars film, Possibly.

4. The Dark Knight (2008)

I am not a big Batman fan. But I finally watched, I was hoping for Darker, but for a Batman film it was action-packed. It was like Point Break in Gotham but was entertaining. Ledger was good but not the hype performance everyone freaked about. Good Joker, but he didn't scare me. OH well. Good cinema, totally worth watching. I think Bale is a good Batman but I really like Keaton. I wonder what a new Tim Burton remake would look like with all of the CGI available now that was not around when he made the first Batman with Keaton. I say we petition that. Get Burton on another, really dark one.

3. Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

In The Terminator, Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a menacing cyborg from the future. His mission was to terminate the woman who held the key to the future. Now, In Terminator 2: Judgement Day, that change. In this sequel to the 1984 smash hit, Arnold Schwarzenegger reprises his role as the Terminator. But, this time, his mission is to protect a teenager from another terminator. The new terminator is played by Robert Patrick. What's unique about Patrick's performance is that his character is made out of liquid metal.  Every chase after chase, the action gets better and better. Arnold Schwarzenegger is terrific as The Terminator, once again, this time playing a hero and, somewhat of a father figure to Edward Furlong, the actor who plays John Connor. Linda Hamilton is also terrific as Sarah Connor, the mother of the future. Arnold Schwarzenegger's performance as the Terminator is amazing.

2. Avatar (2009)

Avatar is one of the best action and science fiction movies. The twelve-year wait for James Cameron's fantasy feature was well worth it in every sense of the word. Words cannot describe the beauty of this film, both in scenery and story. Whether or not you enjoy watching fantasy films, you must go see it. Hopefully, James Cameron is already preparing to make a sequel Avatar. I thought that the blue people would be initially hard to swallow, but they have a sense of beauty to them that you can only get by getting connected to these people from the story and everything that makes them and the film interesting.

1. Die Hard (1988)

Die Hard still ranks among one of the best action movies ever made. Bruce Willis plays his part to perfection. The story unfolds in a simple and understated way. The suspense builds very well into a crescendo. There have been many movies after this that tried to emulate the style, but this is the film to go to for action thrills. Highly recommended, must watch.

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