It’s a brand new week, and a lot of people are still working from home, or some not working at all, due to the lockdown caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Sometimes, we all crave a little bit of action and explosions on our screens, after we all get tired of romantic movies and comedy shows. So we’ve decided to curate a list of 10 must see action movies.
It doesn’t matter if you’re looking for superhero movies, or secret intelligence, car chases or rooftop combat, you’re covered. From classics, as well as fresh installments, there’s an action movie for everyone.
One of Netflix’s recent original release, it features action star, Chris Hemsworth. The Thor actor, acts as a mercenary, hired to rescue a drug lord’s son. Extraction is guaranteed to keep you at the edge of your seat, with constant action and mind blowing scenes.
Bright, features Will Smith, as an LAPD officer, partnered with an Orc, Joel Edgerton, with a mission to save an earth, where humans live together with fantasy creatures. The movie has nonstop action, with highly advanced technology and mystical powers.
• Bad Boys
A classic, Bad Boys stars Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, as two Miami narcotics detectives, leading a $100 million case involving missing heroin. The two officers go completely off the books, to protect a crucial witness and root out the treachery.
• Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse
The Marvel animation focuses on Brooklyn teen, Miles, who gets bitten by a radioactive spider and quickly develops powers, turning him into Spider-Man. Then, he meets Peter Parker and learns there are many others with powers just like his across other universes. It was so good, it ended up winning Best Animated Picture Oscar.
Inception is a psychologically bending masterpiece, which follows Leonardo DiCaprio as Dom Cobb, a conman, as he tries to pull off one final dream-twisting heist so he can return to his family in America. Incredible blocking, beautiful effects, and solid supporting performances from a cast that includes Ellen Page, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Tom Hardy, and Marion Cotillard.
By Muyiwa Aguda