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Today’s action junkies have several options for viewing services. We did a favour and reduced the clutter by picking the best action films available on Amazon Prime. Don’t wait any more it’s time for Amazon Prime to watch movies online.
The Avengers (2012)
Marvel Cinematic Universe, based on the film’s success: The Avengers. The first squad of the most powerful heroes on Earth made the MCU what it is now. Given that nearly eight years have passed since the release of the film, there’s no better time to watch it again. The film provides Joss Whedon’s distinctive mix of action show interspersed with light humour.
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
An almost perfect distillation of the excitement and enjoyment of the past radio, Raiders of the Lost Ark once and for all defined the credentials of Harrison Ford, a leader without a Wookiee (with Blade Runner’s help). The film also poses the question: Has anyone had a more remarkable and transformative 5-year career from 1977 to 1982 than Spielberg and Lucas?
Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018)
Let’s get the first disappointment out of the way: in the introduction of the feature film Mission Impossible-Fallout, the sixth in the franchise, Henry Cavill’s weapons don’t make a sound as they do in the tape-ad “gun cocking.” This is totally crazy. Take the time to cry if you need.
Are you feeling better? Nice, fine, because of the only disappointment in a perfect, pure action movie. Director Christopher McQuarrie brings the unusual cutting-edge franchise of Tom Cruise to incredibly significant heights, often literally, as when Cruise and Cavill HALO leap in a single sequence across the UAE.
James Bond Movies (1962-present)
It is hard to find such an iconic and enduring action hero as James Bond. His experiences have been adapted for radio, television, comics, and especially movies, for decades. Since 1962, His Majesty’s Secret Service Knight has been on the big screen, the 27th Franchise movie to be released this year. 007 was also portrayed by seven actors, each adding something new to the smooth agent role.
Iron Man (2008)
There are many significant moments in the history of the superhero movie, but one movie that attracted by all gender is Iron Man. Perhaps more importantly, it showed that the character he portrays might be outshined by a celebrity; it supersedes the personality, and that is better. Robert Downey Jr. played a vital role in the success of this movie.
Road House (1980)
Would you like to see some bad guys cutting the throat of a really handsome Patrick Swayze? Then you are course human. If you stream RoadHouse, driven and whose aptly called Rowdy Herrington, you’ll see Swayze rip apart the throats of some bad guys. Yet, and that’s what elevates Road House to a masterpiece of a blue-collar from a standard B movie actuator, it makes you believe this.
Escape from New York (1981)
The year is 1997, and crime has soared 400 per cent in the United States. The answer is, right? Manhattan Island has become a giant prison under 24/7 surveillance. All escape routes are banned, and the criminals have to fend for themselves. It is where the former Special Forces soldier Snake Pliskin is housed. The same will happen after the attack on his plane on the way to a peace meeting with the President of the United States.
The Good The Bad and the Ugly (1967)
Undeniably the largest of the Italian westerns ever made but also among the best westerns. Here Leone’s knack for shifting the genre’s sacred themes and obsessions backwards runs at full pace. Clint Eastwood and Lee Van Cleef are back for this third Dollars movie, but the addition of Eli Wallach brings a tremendous amount of caustic humour to the mix and much more cynicism.
After six episodes of Bayhem all over the place, the Transformers franchise got a revamped spin-off with Bumblebee from LAIKA boss Travis Knight, and he’s charming like everyone else, giving everybody’s favourite Autobot their own experience in solitary. With stability on the retro.
The Man from Nowhere (2010)
South Korean cinema has grown in popularity in recent years, so much of that we have got for the first time finally a better Korean film. Yet there are plenty of spectacular South Korean films from the previous decade as well. Stories of action and sin are a speciality, and man from nowhere falls into both categories.