‘Barely Lethal’

This teen action comedy tells the tale of a young assassin wanting a different life and to be a normal high school girl instead. Directed by Kyle Newman in 2015.

‘The Bourne Identity’

Matt Damon as Jason Bourne in the first of the action-packed Bourne movies. Directed by Doug Liman and released in 2002.

‘The Bourne Supremacy’

Matt Damon returns as Jason Bourne as tragedy quickly strikes and the unforgiving agent is back on a mission of revenge. Directed by Paul Greengrass in 2004.

‘Central Intelligence’

Released in 2016, Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart in a film more action than comedy. Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber.

‘Charlie’s Angels’

This 2000 movie develops further from the television show, as Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu become the detectives solving crimes working for the secretive man behind the phone, Charlie. Directed by McG.

‘Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle’

McG directs the return of Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu as Charlie’s angels in another mission. Released in 2003.

‘Die Hard’

Bruce Willis in this classic 1988 action film, where it’s one officer against twelve terrorists. Directed by John McTiernan.

‘Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw’

Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham star in this 2019 Fast and Furious spin-off, where Hobbs and Shaw have to work together to save the world. Directed by David Leitch.

‘Final Girl’

Abigail Breslin plays the trained girl putting herself in the prey of four males ready to hunt her. Directed by Tyler Shields in 2015.

‘The Hitman’s Bodyguard’

Patrick Hughes directs a film of a hitman becoming a key witness in a court case and a bodyguard hired to keep him alive. Starring Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson in 2017.

‘Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit’

Chris Pine stars as Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, the CIA agent sent to Moscow to stop a terrorist attack on US soil. Directed and starred by Kenneth Branagh in 2014.

‘John Wick’

Keanu Reeves as the ex-hitman who suddenly comes out of retirement when a group of men make a stupid mistake and beat up the wrong person. Directed by Chad Stahelski in 2014.

‘John Wick: Chapter 2’

Keanu Reeves is back as the hitman desperate to return to retirement. But life has different ideas and he must pay his debts. Directed by Chad Stahelski in 2017.

‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’

Four students in detention are transported into an old video game and into the character’s bodies. The only way out is to complete the game before all three lives end everything. Directed by Jake Kasdan in 2017.

‘Jumanji: The Next Level’

2019 brings another return into the video game of Jumanji. But this time, the game is broken and the supposed easy return from the same four students is understated by different levels and places. Directed by Jake Kasdan.

‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’

The second Kingsman film released in 2017, where Eggsy and Merlin are left to team up with the secret service in America to save the world. Directed by Matthew Vaughn.

‘Mission: Impossible’

1996 brings the original Tom Cruise ‘Mission: Impossible’ film where Ethan Hunt has been wrongly accused as the murder suspect of his entire team. Directed by Brian De Palma.

‘Mission: Impossible II’

Tom Cruise is back for a second impossible mission where Ethan Hunt is sent to Australia to destroy a deadly virus named Chimera. Directed by John Woo in 2000.

‘Mission: Impossible III’

Tom Cruise returns in a third impossible mission where suddenly given a mission, he also has his own mission of keeping it a secret from his fiancé. Directed by J. J. Abrams in 2006.


Angelina Jolie stars in this 2010 action mystery where everyone is asking who is Evelyn Salt? Directed by Phillip Noyce.

‘What Happened to Monday?’

In a world of overpopulation, society is forced into a Child Allocation Act, which means there must be only one child per family. But how will the seven Settman sisters survive when one disappears. Directed by Tommy Wirkola in 2017.

‘2 Guns’

This 2013 action film stars Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg who rob a bank discovering they took the wrong person’s money. Directed by Baltasar Kormakur.