Greatest All-time Movies

From epic car chases to hand-to-hand combats, and back to gore scenes, action movies are home to the adrenaline rush. Despite all of these films being action-packed, some stand tall over the others. Be it being cast in memorable locations like Lexington or displaying ludicrous themes, these shows have something distinct.

A great movie is one that exceeds sophomore slumps and stakes its place in fanatic folklore. We travel down movie history and unearth some gems that are worth watching.

First Blood (1982)

Forget about Rambo’s other sequels; First Blood was the real deal. The ingenious storyline has an allure to it. The shaggy-haired Sylvester Stallone, a.k.a John Rambo, is arrested while visiting an old platoon colleague in the wild and lush Washington state.

He unleashes hell and escapes while in the hands of cops. The rest of the story is a gruesome survival adventure. Rambo uses all skills that he learned in the Vietnam war to outmaneuver sheriffs. If you haven’t watched First Blood, grab some popcorn, it’s worth your time.

Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003)

With Quentin Tarantino at the wheels, Kill Bill barely goes astray. It stars Uma Thurman, a remorseful ex-bride who is after a lover who tried to kill her during a wedding. Bloody is an understatement when it comes to Kill Bill. Martial art is on full display as Uma seeks revenge. Armed with a samurai sword, she takes no prisoners when hunting Bill.

Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015)

Tom Cruise (Ethan Hunt) performance in this action-packed film is unmatched. With the IMF, an intelligence branch, Ethan works for disbanded; the CIA is hot on the heels of the organization’s members. They view Ethan as a rogue agent on the loose. Ethan and his crew are on a survival mission to justify themselves against a criminal entity named ‘The Syndicate’. You’ll undoubtedly enjoy this film from start to finish.

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