Are you looking for the best action movies on Netflix? Fortunately, the offer currently covers the full range of the genre, with blockbusters, fight movies, animated adventures and so on… if you know where to look. And that’s where we come in with our monthly updates on the best movies on Netflix.
Are you the hero we need, or even the hero we deserve? are you living a galactic odyssey? or are you just trying to bring some really old artifacts into the museum? Well, in any case, there are a lot of good action movies to choose from on Netflix…
What happens when you give an action-crazed lunatic like Michael Bay the freedom of budget and running time of Netflix? This chaos, a movie that no one would call great — not even the people who made it — but that does certainly scratch an itch for B-movie insanity with an A-movie budget. The opening car chase alone almost plays like a parody of Bay’s past movies, and the film’s tongue-in-cheek nature is the best thing about it.
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Note: This list of movies is currently available in the Netflix catalog in United Kingdom. Many titles may not be available in other territories.
John Wick 2: Blood Pact
Keanu Reeves, the actor who many knew for his role in the Matrix saga, returns to embody his second most important character in John Wick 2. The first film had a budget of 20 million dollars, managing to gross 130 million worldwide, which made it almost a cult hit for fans of the most beastly action without too many explanations. Keanu Reeves lives a second youth thanks to John Wick, so you can watch both movies on Netflix before the third one is released.
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1. Jack Reacher
The Action movie starring Tom Cruise in 2012 convinced by its frenzy, its rapid consumption and its easy forgetfulness. Entertaining if you like the genre and if you like Cruise, although here in a somewhat less charismatic role than the immortal Ethan Hunt. In 2016 came the sequel, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (which is also available on Netflix), but this one is much worse than the previous one. A reboot of the saga is expected without Tom Cruise involved.
A medieval fantasy world that has evolved like the current world and that now in the 21st century makes humans, orcs, elves and forest fairies coexist in gigantic cities like Los Angeles. With this backdrop in the background, we watch an interesting police movie with Will Smith, a black cop from Los Angeles, whose partner is the first orc cop of the city police. Do you know who of the two is the one who suffers racial discrimination? Indeed, the orc. A Netflix original movie that has received too many battles, but that we liked a lot, although we want a sequel in which the magic and the Lord of the Rings-style race war explodes at once.
3. Indiana Jones
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg collaborated on the classic Indiana Jones movies, took a few bits of action movies from their childhoods and translated them to the big screen with every new, exciting, and expensive technique at their disposal. On Netflix Spain you now have two of the installments of the classic trilogy. The first movie, Raiders of the Lost Ark, is almost as good…, with lovable characters and cowardly villains searching for the same magical treasure. And the third film, The Last Crusade has iconic pieces and the fantastic Sean Connery as the father of Indie.
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1. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
We are still waiting for UCM movies such as Black Panther, Avengers Infinity War or Ant-Man and The Wasp to arrive on Netflix in Spain (they have been on Netflix USA for a couple of months), but until they arrive you can see Captain America: The Winter Soldier, one of the highest rated films of all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Cap in its purest form and accompanied by a good handful of Avengers.
2. XXX Reactivated
The return of Vin Diesel to the xXx saga (do not look for the name of the saga like that in Google, this is not what you will find). This third installment was an attempt to relaunch the product after a very weak sequel, which was preceded by a first film that achieved a real blockbuster. Recall that Diesel did not participate in the second, xXx 2: State of emergency, where he left the witness and the role of Ice Cube. If you’re a Diesel fan (who isn’t?), You can have a good popcorn session.
3. The Hateful Eight
Great Tarantino film that pays tribute to one of his favorite genres, the western. The Hateful Eight brings us eight intense characters in a kind of ‘Reservoir Dogs in the West’. Of the eight, three well-chosen actors shine: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Samuel L. Jackson and Kurt Russell. Special is the female character of Jason Leigh, who receives blows, insults and is the claim of a whole plot between bounty hunters and a personal revenge that takes place in a very special inn.
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1. American History X
Tony Kaye’s film is a tremendous account of racial hatred in America that tells a surprising story. If you have not seen this incredible interpretation of Edward Norton you have to remedy it now. We have included it in this list of action films because, although it is more of a drama, it has its moments of hard confrontations and sequences with some action. If you haven’t seen it, you have to see it.
Imagine the plot of The Bourne Identity, but with the fight scenes of The Raid. It’s the underrated action thriller Headshot, starring Iko Uwais as an amnesiac who has to protect himself, and his psychologist, from an army of martial arts expert assassins who want him dead. You can say that Headshot works even better on Netflix, because the action is so impressive and so ruthless that you may have to pause the movie just to catch your breath.
3. The Italian Job
Although it does not reach the quality of the original performed by Michael Caine in 1969, the version of The Italian Job from 2003 is really funny. A classic of the action subgenre of great robberies (before Ocean’s Eleven arrived), with the best chases starring ‘minis’ that you can see on screen (this time with the modern Mini model, recreating the iconic chases of the film classical). And the cast is truly luxurious: Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Edward Norton, Sutherland and Jason Statham, among others.
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A retired former CIA agent finds the perfect excuse to return to action when assassins break into his home and try to kill him. Bruce Willis, John Malkovich, Samuel L. Jackson and Helen Mirrer in a remarkable action movie. Its 2013 sequel, where the party was joined by Antony Hopkins, Vatherine Z. Jones and Mary-Louise Parker, is also available on Netflix, so you can double-shoot.
2. The book of Eli
Denzel Washington, Gary Oldman and Mila Kunis star in this post-apocalyptic epic that was released in 2010. A highly recommended film, with lots of action and a surprising mystery that will be solved in the end. If you like the Fallout game saga, you will love the setting of this movie.
3. I’m legend
Will Smith among ‘infected’ in what is the third film adaptation of Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel of the same name (after The Last Man on Earth in 1964 and The Omega Man in 1971). The protagonist is the last human without contagion of a dangerous virus in the devastated city of New York. An overwhelming and fast-paced movie with a different take on the zombie genre.
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1. Hearts of Steel
The war genre also feeds Netflix’s action offering with a good handful of tapes. We are left with Hearts of Steel (Fury) , as one of the great films of the genre. We are nearing the end of the war in World War II, in April 1945. The tank, called the Fury, is manned by a group led by the experienced Don Collier (Brad Pitt). The experienced group, almost weakened by fatigue even knowing that they are close to final victory, is joined by a young rookie (Logan Lerman), whom Collier will try to instill discipline and quick teachings to survive in the contest.
2. The rock
The 1996 Michael Bay classic remains one of the best action movies of the past two decades. Sean Connery, Ed Harris and Nicholas Cage star in a spectacular terrorist attack film with the famous Alcatraz prison as the setting. It’s always great to enjoy it again.
3. *Army of the Dead
The divisive Zack Snyder returns to the world of zombie action years after his breakthrough with a remake of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead, and the result is a bit of mindless undead fun. Dave Bautista stars as the leader of a ragtag group of former soldiers who are tasked with breaking into the zombie-overrun city of Las Vegas to retrieve millions in a safe under the city.
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This two-part epic Indian period piece will give you nearly six hours of huge action set-pieces, hand-to-hand combat, gravity defying feats of daring-do, and vibrant musical numbers as it follows the saga of two mighty men at war for a kingdom. One is the humble but revered Shiv, and the other is the power-mad king, Bhallaladeva. As Shiv comes into powers he never knew he had, he will challenge the ruler and try to restore just balance to the kingdom, but along the way you’ll learn about the origins of each man and how they’re connected by destiny. The Fast Saga wishes it was this extravagantly thrilling.
2. The Bank Job
Roger Donaldson directed Jason Statham to one of the best performances of his career in this heist movie based on the true story of the 1971 Baker Street robbery. Saffron Burrows plays a woman who is blackmailed into leading an operation to retrieve a safety deposit box that contains compromising photos of Princess Margaret, and she calls in Statham to lead the team to pull it off. Clever and character-driven in ways that Statham films aren’t often allowed to be, this is a unique movie in his filmography.
3. Beyond Skyline
2010’s Skyline wasn’t exactly a film that anyone expected to get a sequel, let alone a good one. And yet this 2017 piece of lunacy is kind of an amazing B-movie, especially the final act that includes a couple of the guys from The Raid movies fighting aliens and other dudes. It’s an insane movie that mixes martial arts and an alien attack, and you kind of need to see it to believe it.
4. Black Sea
This submarine thriller made hardly a ripple (sorry) when it was released in 2014, but it’s a solid, old-fashioned action flick, featuring tense direction by Kevin Macdonald and a reliably strong lead performance from Jude Law. It’s the story of a submarine captain who is hired to search for a vessel that’s rumored to be loaded with gold. What could go wrong?
5. Bonnie and Clyde
Screen violence changed forever with Arthur Penn’s 1967 telling of the story of the famous lovers turned criminals starring Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty. Often considered one of the films that ushered in the creative era of filmmaking that would follow in the late ‘60s and through the ‘70s, what really shocked audiences was the film’s ending, something more violent than mainstream film had ever really delivered.
If you want some non-stop, claustrophobic action stretched over two hours, BuyBust is a must watch. This Filipino film takes place almost entirely over the course of a single night in a labyrinthine neighborhood in Manila, where a team of cops have set up to ambush a drug lord — or so they think. There’s a mole in the unit, so the bad guys know they’re coming, and when the two sides collide the fed-up residents revolt against everyone bringing violence to their community. It’s paired down close quarters combat in an inescapable slum, and the hits feel so real your own body will start to hurt.
7. Casino Royale
As No Time to Die has been delayed multiple times due to COVID, Netflix is here to satisfy your 007 needs with the first outing for Daniel Craig as the most famous movie spy of all time. This is easily one of the best Bond movies, a flick that redefined the character with more intense stakes and realistic action sequences. It’s a legitimately great movie, not just for what it did for its genre and the future of its legendary super spy.
8. Cut Throat City
The great artist RZA (Wu-Tang forever!) directed this 2020 action heist film that’s already starting to build something of a cult following, which should grow now that it’s on Netflix. It’s an old-fashioned action flick, embedding its well-directed thrills and characters with a nice dose of social commentary too. And it’s got a hell of a cast, including Shameik Moore, T.I., Wesley Snipes, Terrence Howard, and Ethan Hawke.
9. Da 5 Bloods
It’s not a traditional action film, but there are enough shoot-outs to qualify for this section. What began life as an old-fashioned treasure hunt movie became something very different when Spike Lee came on board to direct, but the essence of the original riff on The Treasure of the Sierra Madre holds it all together.
Ed Zwick (Glory) co-wrote and directed this true story starring Daniel Craig, Liev Schreiber, and Jamie Bell. Set during the Nazi occupation of Belarus, this is the tale of the Bielski partisans, a group that saved Jews in that part of the world during WWII. Intense and unforgettable, this is a chapter of world history that’s not often taught in class.
11. The Departed
Netflix has a habit of cycling Martin Scorsese in and out of their streaming service. Right now, his Best Picture winner is on the service. Many seem to have written this off as lesser Scorsese, but they’re wrong. It’s a film that holds up incredibly well on repeated viewing.
12. Enola Holmes
In a year when there were too many Netflix original movies every week to watch them all, one of the few true surprises was this wonderful family action film that further proves that Millie Bobby Brown is going to be a massive star. She plays the title character, the teenage sister of the famous Sherlock Holmes, who gets involved in a mystery of her own.
The plot may be overheated macho garbage, but there’s an 11-minute centerpiece sequence in this Chris Hemsworth vehicle involving a higher body count than most entire franchises that action fans simply need to see to believe. And then see it again.
Free Fire can be described very simply. It’s a gunfight movie. The setup is a black market arms deal that goes almost immediately awry, and no one has any choice but to try and kill their way out of the warehouse they’re stuck in. Co-written and directed by Ben Wheately, this British black comedy has a great ensemble cast that includes Armie Hammer, Brie Larson, Cillian Murphy, Sharlto Copely, and more. And remember, everyone was together so they could buy and sell weapons, which means no one is really running out of ways to kill people.
15. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
When Netflix backs a filmmaker like they did with David Fincher’s Mank, they often cycle through that filmmaker’s older films too. And so Fincher films have been rotating in and out. Right now, you can watch his underrated adaptation of the Stieg Larsson thriller that became a worldwide phenomenon. Rooney Mara is fearless and fantastic in this movie.
16. The Grandmaster
It appears the version of Wong Kar-wai’s brilliant action epic that’s on Netflix is the one that was heavily edited in the final days of Harvey Weinstein’s waning power, but it’s still good enough to make this list. The action choreography alone is breathtaking, and maybe watching this cut will encourage you to seek out the 123-minute Berlin cut (this one is 108) or the even longer one known as the “Chinese Cut,” which runs 130 minutes.
Have you ever wanted to see a movie that replicated the feel of playing a first-person shooter video game? Then Hardcore Henry is the one for you. The plot doesn’t really matter — there’s something about experiments and lost memories and whatever — as this is all an exercise in style. Writer/director Ilya Naishuller straps viewers into the perspective of his increasingly powerful hero and then unleashes him on enemies who want to stop him. At its peak, it’s got some adrenaline-pumping lunacy that’s admirable.
There’s a general rule about action movies that’s easy to follow. If something stars actor/stuntman/fight choreographer Iko Uwais, you should probably watch it. Co-directed by Kimo Stamboel and Timo Tjahjanto, Headshot is every bit as good as the more widely famous Indonesian fight films, The Raid: Redemption and The Raid 2, which are actually directed by Gareth Evans, a Welshman. Uwais stars in each of those movies, and in Headshot he plays a man suffering from amnesia whose past comes violently chasing after him. The doctor who saved him becomes a target by association, leaving Uwais’s character no choice but to take down an entire criminal syndicate to protect them both.
19. In a Valley of Violence
Ti West (The House of the Devil) wrote and directed this tight little Western that barely got released in theaters, so most Netflix subscribers probably haven’t seen it. Ethan Hawke stars in this wicked Western as a man who crosses paths with a sociopathic Marshal, played by John Travolta, and the great supporting cast includes Taissa Farmiga, Karen Gillan, James Ransone, and Toby Huss.
20. Ip Man Trilogy
Donnie Yen is a sacred name in the martial arts branch of cinema appreciation, and you can see why with three Ip Man films now available on Netflix. They tell the semi-true story of Ip Man, a legendary leader in the world of martial arts, who trained Bruce Lee. These are not traditional biopics or martial arts movies, working as a hybrid of period piece and action. 2018’s Master Z: Ip Man Legacy isn’t there yet, but hopefully soon.
Listen, any crazy B-movie with Nicolas Cage in the cast is probably going to make this list just as a guilty pleasure. And this one has Frank Grillo, Juju Chan, and Tony Jaa too. It’s not what most critics would call “good,” but it’s got just enough of that Cage energy to give his fans what they need.
Is this Wachowski sci-fi action film traditionally “good”? Not really. Do you need to see it? Yes, you really really do. As out there as any major blockbuster of the ‘10s, Jupiter Ascending is the kind of absolutely bonkers sci-fi flick that doesn’t make it to theaters that often. From Channing Tatum’s dog ears to Eddie Redmayne’s entirely insane performance, this is a slice of movie history unlike any other. Just don’t say we didn’t warn you.
There’s something about George Miller’s breakthrough 1979 action flick that feels even more current today than it did four decades ago. Maybe it’s because of how many movies have copied its look and feel in the years since. No one expected this low-budget flick to become an international sensation and spawn three sequels, but people always underestimated Max Rockatansky.
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Paul Haggis (Crash) wrote and directed this 2010 remake of the 2008 French thriller Anything for Her, about a normal man (Russell Crowe) who will do whatever it takes to get his wrongly convicted wife (Elizabeth Banks) out of prison. It’s far from perfect but it’s got a great cast that also includes Brian Dennehy, Olivia Wilde, Lennie James, Daniel Stern, Kevin Corrigan, and Liam Neeson.
Oh, look! It’s Iko Uwais again! But if for some reason you’re only going to watch one of his movies — instead of all of them, like we told you — let it be The Night Comes For Us. This time, though, Uwais is playing the heel to Joe Taslim’s hero. To be clear, both of them are professional killers. Taslim’s Ito is just the one who has a crisis of conscience, and when Ito tries to leave his life of crime behind he draws the fury of the entire criminal organization he betrayed. Headshot director Timo Tjahanto helms this one on his own, and it is one of the best fighting movies ever made. Relentless and brutal and at times even tender, The Night Comes For Us is virtuoso violence that makes even the most intense Chad Stahelski-action sequence feel tame. Maybe it’s because safety regulations are just different in Indonesia, but America could literally never.
The Old Guard
Charlize Theron’s Andy initially seems like another in her long line of sleek action heroes: Steely, determined and not to be trifled with. But while Andy bears surface similarities to those past roles, in Gina Prince-Bythewood’s adaptation of the Greg Rucka comic book Theron gets to be something much more fascination: A tormented god-like creature, an immortal who has spent centuries trying to save humanity but is beginning to wonder whether it was worth all the trouble. Theron draws you in, and keeps you hooked.
Sadly, Netflix does not have Gerard Butler’s entire Mike Banning trilogy available, but it does have the first of his Fallen series. Butler plays a former top secret service agent who used to lead the President’s protection detail, but has since been reassigned to a post at the Treasury. (Downgrade!) But Banning is called to the highest level of service once again after terrorists overtake the White House with President Asher (Aaron Eckhart) inside. At first there are multiple American agents on hand to fight back, but soon it’s up to Banning alone to protect the Commander in Chief — as only Gerard Butler can!
Rod Lurie’s latest turned around quickly from a limited theatrical and PVOD run in July to hitting Netflix in October, where it should do very, very well. It’s the story of the Battle of Kamdesh, one of the most brutal in the Afghanistan War, as the Taliban assaulted a poorly-placed base in the middle of a valley. Scott Eastwood, Orlando Bloom, and particularly Caleb Landry Jones are all good, but this is one of those technically impressive war films most of all, putting people in the middle of the nightmare of battle.
This felt like an attempt to pull Jason Statham from pure action like the Transporter films into something more dramatic, and it’s interesting on that level — even if it’s not a great movie. Adapted from the series by Donald Westlake, Statham plays a thief who is double-crossed by his crew, and he sets out for revenge. Jennifer Lopez co-stars.
Remember when Mel Gibson was one of the biggest stars in the world? Relive those days with his 2000 period action film about an American Colonist who becomes a major figure in the American Revolutionary War. Gibson headlines this Roland Emmerich blockbuster, but it’s also notable for including one of the too-few performances of Heath Ledger.
Pedro Pascal is everywhere in early 2021, appearing in The Mandalorian on Disney+, Wonder Woman 1984 on HBO Max, and We Can Be Heroes on Netflix. Revisit one of his better indie films with this SXSW critical darling from 2018. Jay Duplass plays a father in this sci-fi film who lands on a planet to mine for gems with his daughter and encounter some dangerous strangers, including one played memorably by Pascal.
Quantum of Solace
After the massive success of Casino Royale both critically and commercially, a sophomore slump for Daniel Craig’s take on 007 was kind of inevitable. Marc Forster’s 2008 movie about the man with the license to kill may not live up to its predecessor but it has some solid action sequences and could make for a good second half of a double feature if you can’t stop at only one of the Craig Bonds.
Resident Evil: Afterlife & Resident Evil: Extinction
May 2021 marks the 25th anniversary of the game Resident Evil, one of the most influential of all time. Fans are going to celebrate by playing Resident Evil: Village, the 8th full game in the series, and may want to take a break to watch one or two of the Milla Jovovich films based on the Capcom franchise. Netflix currently has two, 2007’s Extinction and 2010’s Afterlife, technically parts three and four in the series.
This South Korean film centers on a man whose entirely family was murdered, and who sets out for vengeance by getting himself sent to the prison island where their killers — and a whole lot of other killers — are being kept in isolation.
Based on Don Winslow’s novel of the same name, Savages is a 2012 Oliver Stone film that features the director’s trademark excess, but it fits the story here better than some of his other modern efforts. This tale of low-level weed dealers who get caught up in something much bigger and more dangerous than they’re prepared for stars Taylor Kitsch, Blake Lively, Aaron Johnson, Benicio del Toro, Salma Hayek, and John Travolta.
Somehow, people slept on Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, despite it being one of the most clever comics adaptations around. Michael Cera stars as the titular Scott Pilgrim, who has fallen for the beguiling Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), but must defeat every single one of her evil exes in battle before they can be together. The former flames have come together in a League, and Scott has to face them down like a series of videogame bosses before he can take on the final challenger. Raise your game, Pilgrim!
While their overall catalog has been diminishing, it’s certainly true that Netflix has been adding more projects from around the world, often quietly. Take this French thriller that landed on the service in March with almost no fanfare, brought to people’s attention through critics (like our own Bilge Ebiri). Olga Kurylenko stars in a film that Ebiri calls “John Wick on the Riviera.” Who doesn’t want to see that?
This stunning Chinese period drama comes from House of Flying Daggers director Zhang Yimou, and it concerns two kingdoms on the brink of conflict. When the petty ruler of Pei agrees to ship his sister off as a concubine to the mighty king of Yang, Pei’s commander, Ziyu, descents, but Ziyu has a secret (we won’t tell you!), and when it comes down to him battling Yang’s warrior ruler to protect Qingping from becoming a concubine and to take back control of the prized city Jingzhou, the fate of both kingdoms is thrown into upheaval. Shadow is a wuxia work of art.
J.D. Dillard co-wrote and directed this very unusual superhero movie about an average kid in Los Angeles who learns he may not be all that average. Jacob Latimore plays a street magician who gets caught up in a bad situation with a drug lord played by Dule Hill. It subverts expectations of the hero genre in clever ways.
Roland Emmerich’s 1994 sci-fi action film with Kurt Russell and James Spader doesn’t get enough credit for launching a massive franchise that led to multiple TV series, a web series, books, video games, comic books, and even direct-to-DVD movies. It may not be as popular as it once was, but it’s worth revisiting the original movie that started such a worldwide phenomenon.
Paul Verhoeven directed this 1990 blockbuster that unleashed Arnold Schwarzenegger on a short story by Philip K. Dick called “We Can Remember It for You Wholesale.” Ah-nuld plays a construction worker who becomes involved in a crazy power struggle on Mars…or does he? Verhoeven’s blend of social commentary and undeniable craft with action have allowed this to hold up better than most thirty-year-old action movies.
J.C. Chandor’s latest is a solid thriller with a phenomenal ensemble. Oscar Isaac leads a group of soldiers into an illegal job to rip off a notorious drug lord and, well, things don’t go as planned. Not only is everyone here excellent — especially, Ben Affleck, doing his best work since Gone Girl — but it’s the kind of tight action movie that Hollywood doesn’t really make that often anymore. It’s a lean, mean fighting machine.
This is kind of like a southeast Asian action all star team up. Thai martial arts icon Tony Jaa, Man of Tai Chi star Tiger Chen, and… wait for it… Indonesian phenom Iko Uwais team up to take down a group of mercenaries hired to kill a do-gooder billionaire heiress. Jaa, Chen, and Uwais each have their reasons for wanting to mess up the business of these bastard hitmen, and they’re all personal.
Universal Soldier: The Return
Remember when Jean-Claude Van Damme was on the top of the action world? Well, to be fair, this 1999 film came out long after JCVD’s peak, but it does feature an old-fashioned style of sci-fi/action that hints at why he used to be such a star. Technically, this is the fourth film in the Universal Soldier series after two made-for-TV movies, and it’s the last one released in theaters.
After the surprising turn that Liam Neeson took to become one of the world’s biggest action stars, he produced a great number of silly movies, including this guilty pleasure from his regular collaborator Jaume Collet-Serra (who also worked with Neeson on Non-Stop, Run All Night, and The Commuter). In a classic Hitchcockian set-up, Neeson plays a professor who wakes up after a four-day coma and sets out to reclaim what appears to be his stolen identity.
One of the biggest movies of the decade is a Chinese film that most people in the United States haven’t even seen. Making almost $700 million worldwide, this is the kind of blockbuster that the MCU sort of pushed out — a crazy, end-of-the-world disaster movie with a Roland Emmerich aesthetic and ridiculous special effects. It’s almost overwhelming in its onslaught of crazy, but sometimes you just want to see things go boom on a massive scale.
A more turned down affair than some of the bone shattering Indonesian films on this list and much more stark than the spectacle of an Indian musical action epic, Wheelman stars American knockaround workhorse Frank Grillo as a getaway driver who is double crossed during a robbery gone awry. With his daughter being threatened, Grillo’s character has to find out as fast as possible who betrayed him while staying in constant motion and getting in scrapes around the city of L.A.