Fire, lots of fire, shots, accidents, continuous movement, fast sequences, the adrenaline fired Sounds good to you? If so, you certainly like action movies, right? Well, if apart from Cinfilo you are a lover of the action genre, surely you are interested in the selection we have made. Here you will find the best action movies on Netflix, following the catalog that is currently available in the United States. If you reside in another country, it is possible that not all the options we offer are in the library.
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THE NIGHT COMES FOR US
The Night Comes for Us Timo Tjahhanto is a brutal martial arts thriller that moves at a furious pace. The film begins as a group of executors of the Southeast Asian trade that slaughters a village. Ito (Joe Taslim), one of the lite executors called Six seas, forgive a girl named Queen and kill the rest of the Trada's soldiers. Now fleeing with Reina in tow, Ito must fight an army of thugs and legendary assassins if he wants the two to survive.
The Night Comes for Us it is a stylish thriller, with a skilled camera job and a throbbing soundtrack; but you should also know that quite violent. Most of the fighting scenes leave the rooms covered in blood, and one of them combines an air conditioner and a piano cable.
THE LEGEND OF DRUNKEN MASTER
Sequel to the classic martial arts movie of Hong Kong Drunken Master, The Legend of Drunken Master, follow Wong Fei-hung (Jackie Chan), a fighting style master known as "Drunken boxing."
Fei-hung, who actually becomes a skilful fighter after drinking, opens the film trying to smuggle some ginseng on a train, and is soon involved in a conspiracy to steal valuable artifacts from China. The plot provides a convenient excuse for the actual drawing of the film, which are the many frantic and hilarious fighting scenes.
The first two movies of Thor they were located in an uncomfortable line between theatrical drama and the superhero world, but director Taika Waititi, better known for comedies as What We Do in the Shadows, pushed the franchise wisely towards action comedy Thor: Ragnarok.
The film begins when Thor (Chris Hemsworth) returns to Asgard only to discover that his brother, Loki (Tom Hiddleston), has banished his father, Odin (Anthony Hopkins), assuming his identity.
After meeting with his father, the brothers find out that Odin is about to die, and that his death free his older sister, Hela (Cate Blanchett), goddess of death, who could defeat both of them, leaving them in the dyspico planet Sakaar.
Captured and sold as a slave, Thor must fight as a gladiator to gain his freedom. Ragnarok It is a bright and colorful fantasy and is full of smart and fun dilogues.
RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK
There have been several movies of Indiana Jones throughout the decades, but the first is still the best. Set in the 1930s, Raiders of the Lost Ark follow Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford), an archeology professor who goes on an adventure, exploring ancient ruins and looting treasures in the name of science.
When he learns that the Nazis are looking for the legendary Ark of the Covenant, Jones and his former lover Marion Ravenwood (Karen Allen) head to Egypt to find the Ark first.
Raiders of the Lost Ark It is a perfect setback to the stories of classic adventures, with a charming and humorous hero, infamous villains and spectacular cinematographic pieces.
Green room, by Jeremy Saulnier, is a furious thriller: tense, violent and with a good rhythm for 95 minutes.
The movie follows a punk band called The Ain’t Rights. It is composed by bassist Pat (Anton Yelchin), guitarist Sam (Alia Shawkat), singer Tiger (Callum Turner) and drummer Reece (Joe Cole), who, after playing a show at a neo-Nazi bar in Oregon, they run into a murder in the Green room o Green Room.
The neo-Nazis decide to cover up the crime, and for that they will need to kill the witnesses. However, the band The Ain’t Rights They do not leave gently, arming and proceeding to fight to leave the bar. With good direction excellent performances, including Patrick Stewart as the skinhead leader, Green room It is an excellent movie.
Years before founding Studio Ghibli, animation legend Hayao Miyazaki made his film debut with Cagliostro Castle, a film of the Lupine III franchise. For those who are not familiar, Cagliostro Castle follow the thief Arsne Lupine III, grandson of the iconic knight thief Maurice Leblanc. The movie begins when Lupine and his running partner, Jigen, steal a casino, escaping happily from life just to discover that the cash they stole is fake. They track counterfeit money until they reach Cagliostro, a site whose ruler, Count Cagliostro, plans to marry Princess Clarisse, giving him full control over the country and its hidden treasure. The Cagliostro Castle gallop from scene to scene, with daring pieces and soft animations. Although Lupine's fantastic fans may not like the lighter and heroic interpretation of Miyazaki's character, viewers open to Miyazaki's vision will find it a very, very fun adventure.
Kill Bill: Volume 1 and Kill Bill: Volume 2
Quentin Tarantino has always been a master of pastiche, and his fourth film, Kill bill (divided into two parts), shows all the director's passion for old-school cinema. The film follows a woman known as The Bride (Uma Thurman), an exasein who wakes from a prolonged coma. It happens that, years before, his former comrades the Deadly Vbora Assassins Squad, and his boss, Bill (David Carradine) shot him in the head during his wedding rehearsal. Now The Bride is traveling the world to hunt her former comrades in what she describes as a "roar of revenge," a name to which the film honors. These are two very violent films, with fight choreographs and blood barrels.
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The first thing viewers can notice about Slow west John Maclean is how brilliant it is. That is, the green of the trees, the vast blue of the sky, everything appears in a very vivid color. Maclean has captured the natural beauty of the Old West, but this bright color palette does not mean that we are facing a happy movie. While Jay Cavendish (Kodi Smit-McPhee) rides his horse through a burning village, the film reminds viewers that this was a land where death was always on the prowl. Jay is looking for a young woman he loved in Scotland, who fled with his father to the United States after an unfortunate incident. After a meeting with some soldiers, Jay meets the help of a bounty hunter, Silas Selleck (Michael Fassbender), who offers to be his bodyguard. However, Silas is not being completely honest with the naive Jay, and as they venture west, their interests and those of a rival bounty hunter band conflict.
* Updated by Daniel Matus on August 22, 2019.