Seven Action Movies You Might Have Missed

For anyone who is a fan of any genre of films, you do your best to see every single film that you can. In many ways, it’s as if you’re treating each film like a connoisseur would any object of devotion, which is certainly the case for fans of action movies. solarmovie

There is something very intoxicating about action films because they tend to be what they are without the filler or random bits fastened. Sure, you could claim that plots can be contrived & there may be to some degree ludicrous love stories added for the sake of attracting a wider audience. But an action movie made as purely a task movie is something spectacular to behold. 

The issue that any movie buff incurs, though, is being able to break free enough to watch every single movie they want at any given time. Between work & home, it can be hard to eek out a tiny window of time that allows for a guilt ridden pleasure as an awesome action movie.

In the event you’ve recently been busy “adulting”, here are seven action movies that may have just recently been away from your radar:

“Leap! ” – Called “Ballerina” in foreign release, this movie is an living adventure that is actually tailored more towards children. It’s a sweet history about a little women’s love of ballet placed in the late 19th hundred years. Though the anticipated audience is younger viewers, there actually are some very well-executed action sequences throughout the movie; plus, you can bring the whole family along with this one!

“Dunkirk” – Though positioned as a historical drama, this movie presents an attire cast & tells the story of the Dunkirk evacuation in World Battle II. With purposefully light dialogue & attention paid toward the visual experience (not to mention an astounding score), “Dunkirk” has already been included just as one entry into the greatest war videos of all-time.

“Logan Lucky” – Perhaps a show doing more towards getting somebody to cook to a specific audience, “Logan Lucky” tells the story of some down-and-out folks deciding to “stick it towards the Man” with an epic inside-job robber during a NASCAR event. Most marketing has centered on the comedic chops of the actors, but action fans will love what they see.

“The Hitman’s Bodyguard” – Take one part disgraced bodyguard, one part hitman-turned-informant, a light dusting of kidnapping, a few twists for interest, and you’ve got yourself the basic formula for an action-filled romp in this comedy-action movie.

“Baby Driver” – Imagine if your task was driving the retreat car after major criminal offenses for some nice income. Now, complicate that job with a love interest, more than your good share of sociopaths, tuning in to music to block out physical & mental pain, and boy, do you have a bejesus of the action movie here!

“Wonder Woman” – OKAY. Therefore, there’s a good chance you’ve seen this movie because practically everyone has, but you have to admit that the action sequences are really epically shot. It seems as though we’re finally given a heroine with as much of a following as male characters, rounded out by a rousing story based around World War I, Ancient greek language mythology, and a pressing love story.

“Atomic Blonde” – Finally, what do you get when you mix international espionage, the fall of the Munich Wall, a celebrated visual novel as the source material, and a feminine lead that does leg techinques serious behind? You get “Atomic Blonde”, a show that is a rocking good coming back action followers.