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While movie rankings are often more common when it comes to choosing the best films in the history of film, we have to emphasize that the genre of action features not only great titles but some of these are even movies that have been Big blockbusters. Next in Spectators, the 30 best action movies. The following is a listing of the best action movies of 2017 available. Videos and photos available from the links and available to watch free on Free Movie Linker. If you like action movies, do not hesitate to share your comments with all of us and vote for your favorites.


Kong: Skull Island


Kong: Skull Island
Kong: Skull Island follows a team of people who have been hired to explore the mysterious Skull Island. What the crew do not realize is that they have disturbed a giant inhabitant of the island: King Kong. Much like with Godzilla, Kong is a bit of an antihero. There are more dangerous creatures on Skull Island and Kong is a protector against them. The main foes in the film are giant lizard-like beings that kill whatever is in their way and are at war with King Kong. Much like other monster films, humans are caught in between. For my review, I will start with all the negatives before divulging into the positives. The characters in this film for the most part suck. They are bland, muted, unmotivated and just are there without much characterization. The ones with a bit of character (John C. Reilly) are fed uninspiring dialogue. The humorous moments are predictable and fall flat. Brie and Tom didn't have much chemistry and both characters were so bland and could have disappeared without notice. Its a relatively unknown director at the helm of this Kong film, I think he did a good job but the film would have prospered with a better script, characters, and direction. At times (not that often) the CGI looks ropy at best and its distracting (especially with the non Kong creatures). Now the positives. Every scene with Kong in it is captivating and mesmerizing. There's more of Kong in this than say Godzilla in the 2014 reboot, which is nice. You don't want to overdo the monster presence and this film just had it right. The final battle between Kong and the skull crawler was fantastic. If you love monster films and blockbuster action sequences, prepare to be on the edge of your seat. Kong took a while to get used to but overall he looked great, had great visuals, and a nice roar. The poster scene with helicopters flying at Kong against the backdrop of the setting sun was incredible. The film is flawed for sure. The human moments aren't very inspiring, its hard to connect with any of the characters, and there's a bit too many bland characters running around. However, if you are like me you are here for some epic monster v monster action and in that regard you will not be disappointed. I'm excited with the prospect of a Monsterverse. Also, stay tuned after the credits for something really great.



The Fate of the Furious

THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

The narrative thrust of this film—and the movie is pretty much all velocity and thrust—comes from the betrayal by Diesel's Dom Toretto of his beloved crew at the behest of Charlize Theron's Cipher, who seems to possess the ultimate leverage over him on her cell phone. "You are going to work for me, betray your code, and shatter your family," she says to Toretto, which is pretty much the same pitch Travis Kalanick uses to lure talent from Google over to Uber. Theron is terrific in the part, confident enough to let her cheekbones and crazy yarn hair do most of the acting. Of all the unexplainable and logic-defying feats portrayed in the film, Theron's hair—and how she maintains it onboard the satellite and prison equipped airplane in which she spends most of the movie—may take top prize. Indeed, when they flash a dossier for her mysterious character on one of the various informational screens that bleep and bloop throughout the movie, it is revealed that her hair color is, "Unknown." Yes, and like her steely intentions, perhaps unknowable. Most of the rest of the assembled are returnees, the glittering jewel of which is Jason Statham's Deckard Shaw, who gets to antagonize Dwayne Johnson while simultaneously saving the Earth as a conscripted member of the crew. The British actor has more charisma than he knows what to do with. His balletic airborne martial arts dance while holding a baby is not only one of cinema's cleverest John Woo tributes, but a joyfully absurd way to kick off the summer movie season. We all are that baby, cooing as we are flung about with seeming abandon but also with the utmost care. Let me tell you guys something, this has to one of the best Fast & Furious movie out of the current 8 films. Fast & Furious 6 is a tough one to beat. I definitely had my doubts how they would pull this movie off without Paul Walker(RIP) but they did fantastic in my opinion. Plot twist after plot twist!! It was insane!! I definitely went to car heaven seeing some beautiful old school cars for a change #ThankYouCuba. Also, Jason Statham did his damn thing!! Major props to him.



War Dogs


War Dogs: Dir: Todd Phillips / Cast: Jonah Hill, Miles Teller, Ana de Armas, J.B. Blanc, Bradley Cooper: Tense action comedy about the lowest level of humanity. Jonah Hill plays a charming yet manipulative illegal arms dealer named Efraim Diveroli. Miles Teller plays a childhood friend named David Packouz whose past with Efraim landed him in trouble in the past. He is married and his wife is expecting their first child. He struggles in a business that sells bed sheets while dreading his job as a massage therapist. A chance encounter at a funeral reconnects the two and he is sucked into Efraim's dangerous world. Easily Todd Phillip's best film since The Hangover. Hill brings out the charisma of someone who does not care who he steps on to get rich. Teller as David sees opportunity until trust is broken and a trip to dangerous territory has him on his knees with a gun to his head. Ana de Armas plays David's frustrated wife who fears for their life and the safety of their child. She calls out David on his ongoing lies and his questionable loyalty to Efraim. Bradley Cooper plays a shady character named Henry Girard whom they deal with until merchandise turns up to be wrong and problematic. This is at times funny but often tension makes way for suspense as trouble closes in. Action scenes are fast paced with narrow escapes. Theme regards trust and those whom manipulate our lives into disaster. It also reveals the reality of cutting corners to prevail thus leading to severe consequences. The dogs bite savage in this chaotic and numbing action farce. Bradley Cooper is the guy able to help fill the orders with his dubious connections, he explains his inclusion on a terrorism watch list prevents his own dealings. He is always portrayed as the bad guy until the end scene. This movie is much better than I expected, Jonah's laugh is distinctive and very contagious. There is some strong language but the certificate 15 is probably awarded due to the very frequent drug use. I would definitely recommend this film. "War Dogs" takes a unique look at the way the United States government handled dealing with undesirables to work the war machine during the Iraq war. With a compelling story, excellent actors, and social commentary extending beyond just the war to a social commentary on the American dream. This story about the desire to accumulate wealth is well worth the nearly two hour run time. I recommend you check this movie out!



Power Rangers


Power Rangers
A morphenomenal reimaging of a classic franchise. A crossblend of Chronicle meets The Breakfast Club but surprisingly it works! The character development was a real surprise since in the original Power Rangers series, that didn't exactly exist. There's a good blend of cheesiness that fans that watched MMPR grew up with as well as solid storytelling to make for a great time. If you go into this expecting for a purist Xerox of what you watched growing up, you'll be disappointed. But if you go into this with an open mind looking to have a fun time, you won't be disappointed. I was very impressed with the overall performances of the entire cast especially Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa and RJ Cyler as Billy. Fans of the franchise and even those who didn't bother to care for it before should watch this. It's a very fun film that makes you feel like a kid again. As they said in the 90s, It's Morphing Time. Elizabeth Banks did a great job. She did play a villain role well and I'd like to see more of that. Although, I was disappointed that she was in green clothing. She is bringing Rita to a new level and that is good. At least she had Goldar with her. He was updated, nothing wrong with that but at least have him talk and have a face. The putties were good, again, you couldn't tell what they were. What I am trying to say is that changes are always good, and I am all for it, but if you're going to update a character or zords for that matter, at least make it recognizable. Like the Mighty Morphen Power Ranger Movie back in the 90's were updated but recognizable. It really does suck that her goons weren't in the movie and speaking of goons, I'm sad that they didn't have Bulk and Skull. Just like Rita and Goldar, they will always be apart of the Power Ranger universe. It just wasn't the same without them. Alpha's voice should of stood the same, seeing as he was Alpha 5. Again, there was a lot of changes to the film vs The Original. The sound effects were good. The music was good. I hope to see more of the morphin sequences and Zords transforming into the Megazord. Overall, this film is good and I am gonna watch it again. It is only in the last 45 minutes where the true action begins and we see our characters morph for the first time. The new suits look awesome and I was impressed with the fighting sequences. When the Zords came into play I actually got goosebumps. The "Go Go Power Rangers" song playing the background may have been what caused this, because I truly felt like a kid again. It was great. The final battle scene was excellent; you certainly get enough bang for your buck here!



Logan


Logan
Logan is the final installment of the X-Men solo movie staring Hugh Jackman as The Wolverine for the last time and after seeing this tonight i proudly to say this not only one of the best superheroes ever made but also a game changing move of Marvel studios since The Avengers.Back when i first hear about the movie it already make me curious when they just simply put the words LOGAN in the tiles and even more shocking with the feel,the look and the music when the trailer first came out.This is a very different movie from everything Marvel ever done before when they portray The Wolverine as a jacked up old man who you can really tell that has going through some tough stuff in his life and now he is very tired with it.No more X-Men,no more saving people and mutant from the force of evil now he just a broken man with no idea for the future despaired to live pass another day and without the help of Charles(Patrick Stewart) and Laura(Dafne Keen) he will eventually kill himself.The movie feel like two separated movie combine into one when it part superheroes movie when the plot involving Logan and Charles has to help Laura get to EDEN a place full of the last remaining mutant when a evil corporation chasing them lead by a guy named Pierce and part family drama movie when they show each character chemistry on screen and how they dealing with a lot of problem to the point that you can't recognize them with normal people.I also have to give credit for the fact that this is a hard R-rated movie so now we can finally see Logan slices people into pieces full on blood and gore that so satisfied to watch. It's an intimate character piece with tense action, dark sci-fi elements and a bleak Western feel. Performances are great with all the central characters feeling very fleshed out and real. It's not all bleak depression either with there being some genuinely funny moments that break up the overall darkness of the film. Coming to the end of his road, Logan is a man looking back on his life and is conflicted about his place in the world and who he is. Overall the film is successfully emotive, the character moments have truth and depth, the action is visceral and shocking and the story throughout is immersive and mesmerizing. Haven't been this affected by a film in ages!



Resident Evil: The Final Chapter


Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
That aside, the plot was reasonably coherent, maybe some ideas were turned about and inside-out, leaving you thinking they had departed from the original premise of bioweapons for defense, in favour of a method of population control. The whole deal about clones, particularly in Alice's case, tied off her loose ends more than anyone else's. I didn't mind the ultimate reveal of what the hive was really for. I did, however, find it a little frustrating that Alice didn't finish off Isaacs but when he made his way to the surface not long after Alice, with half his torso Swiss-cheesed, it took one of his own clones to kill him with just a knife. Honestly, I can see the irony that was aimed for in that but it put things in a state of disbelief considering Isaacs himself made it abundantly clear to Alice why he wouldn't want his clones to know they are clones. If he was smart enough to deduce all that, why would he then take a turn of utter stupidity by making his clone feel the worthlessness he aimed to avoid, in order to keep them useful? He should've known he'd be in imminent danger the moment he saw his clone arrive. Anyway, so it's quite obvious there are points to nitpick at but all the same, it was still an enjoyable movie overall. For the rest who are voting the one star only, well, it's these unique perceptions that make this world go 'round. You can please some of the people, some of the time but not all the people, all of the time. If you didn't like the other Resident Evil movies, you won't like this one either. Don't cling on to any hope that it would be an improvement to you. If you liked the others, or at least some of them, you will enjoy this one too. There is still the odd piece of lazy writing. For example, there is a character who has an ability to predict what other characters are going to do next and thus counteract their moves. Then suddenly, out of nowhere, the ability just disappears never to be spoken of again. Very conveniently too. There are also some things that directly go against facts presented in earlier additions to the series. I was however very glad to see that Anderson almost entirely scrapped the slow-motion nonsense this time around. I was really happy to see this series end on a high note. Lord knows it has been a bumpy road at times, but if there had been this much ingenuity right the way through the series could have been something very special.



War for the Planet of the Apes


War for the Planet of the Apes
Although no formal plot has been given for the sequel, however in an interview with Andy Serkis he stated that a nuclear war was "certainly not ruled out," leading to fan speculation about the plot of the third installment. However, director Matt Reeves told "The Playlist" that the new sequel would not leap forward in time. In interviews for Dawn, Reeves talked a bit about the inevitable war Caesar would have with the humans; "As this story continues, we know that war is not avoided by the end of DAWN. That is going to take us into the world of what he is grappling with. Where he is going to be thrust into circumstances that he never, ever wanted to deal with, and was hoping he could avoid. And now he is right in the middle of it. The things that happen in that story test him in huge ways, in the ways in which his relationship with Koba haunts him deeply. It’s going to be an epic story. I think you’ve probably read that I sort of described it where in the first film was very much about his rise from humble beginnings to being a revolutionary. The second movie was about having to rise to the challenge of being a great leader in the most difficult of times. This is going to be the story that is going to cement his status as a seminal figure in ape history, and sort of leads to an almost biblical status. He is going to become like a mythic ape figure, like Moses. The prequel comic will also be called War for the Planet of the Apes, but don’t let the title throw you off. This isn’t just a comic book retelling of the major motion picture. As Slashfilm reports, this comic, written by David F. Walker and illustrated by Jonas Scharf, is 100% canon, and will take readers from the events in Dawn–with human hostility looming, the virus mutating, the apes evolving into more and more sophisticated creatures–to War. In addition to bridging gaps and seeing what has changed for our favorite chimpanzee leader, Caesar, we’ll hopefully also get a bit of backstory on some of the new characters we’ll meet in War for the Planet of the Apes, like Steve Zahn’s heartbreaking character Bad Ape, or the human Big Bad of the film, the Colonel (Woody Harrelson). The comic’s first issue is set to hit stores on July 12, just a couple days before the film’s July 14 release.



xXx: Return of Xander Cage


xXx: Return of Xander Cage
NSA Agent Augustus Gibbons attempts to recruit footballer Neymar Jr. for the xXx program when a satellite crashes in Brazil, apparently killing them both. Shortly afterwards, a team of four skilled individuals led by Xiang infiltrates the highly guarded CIA headquarters in order to retrieve "Pandora's Box", a device which is capable of controlling satellites to crash at specific locations as warheads. CIA Agent Jane Marke tracks down former xXx operative Xander Cage, who faked his death and has been living in self-imposed exile in the Dominican Republic, and convinces him to return to active service to retrieve the device. After enlisting an old friend, Ainsley, for help, Cage tracks down the attackers to the Philippines. A unit of Special Forces operatives led by Paul Donovan is assigned to help Xander, but he rejects them in favour of his own team, composed of sharpshooter Adele Wolff, DJ Harvard "Nicks" Zhou, and getaway driver Tennyson "The Torch." They are also aided by introverted weapons specialist Becky Clearidge. The team locates Xiang and his teammates Serena, Talon and Hawk, and Cage meets Xiang in an underground nightclub on a remote island, where Xiang reveals that his team are all part of the xXx program, recruited by Gibbons. He claims to have stolen Pandora's Box to prevent its misuse, although Serena believes they should destroy it. Shortly after, Russian soldiers raid the island. The group manages to fend off the attackers, while Xiang manages to escape with Pandora's Box. Xander intercepts Xiang and chases him to a nearby beach. Serena betrays him, destroys the Box and joins Xander's team, while Xiang escapes and regroups with Talon & Hawk. After another satellite crash in Russia, Marke determines that the device that Serena destroyed was only a prototype, and that both teams have been wasting time, while Cage determines that CIA Director Anderson is involved in the conspiracy and that the actual Pandora's Box is in his hands. Cage's and Xiang's teams race to reach Anderson first in Detroit, tracking the unique signal of Pandora's Box, with Xander and Xiang fighting and later protecting each other from Anderson's men. Xander confronts Anderson, who admits to causing the satellite crash that killed Gibbons. Anderson is then shot dead by Wolff. The CIA arrests Xiang in an attempt to frame him for the attack in Russia, and secures the box. En route back to headquarters, Marke announces that the xXx Program has been shut down and shoots Xander in order to keep it for herself. She then sends a group of assassins to eliminate the others, who are awaiting extraction at a local NSA warehouse. They join forces to fend off their attackers and receive assistance from another former xXx operative, Darius Stone.



Spider-Man: Homecoming


Spider-Man: Homecoming
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland), who made his sensational debut in Captain America: Civil War, begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web slinging super hero in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.). Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine – distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man – but when the Vulture (Michael Keaton) emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened. After years in the Sony wilderness, Spider-Man has joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe, making his debut in last year’s Captain America: Civil War, with his own film coming in just six months time. And yes, it’s technically another reboot, but this time we're eschewing all the crap - no origin story, because who the hell needs that any more, particularly after Civil War introduced Spidey with such deft economy - and cutting straight to the meat. Peter Parker, as an active but very green young superhero-in-training, juggling high school, goon-bashing, and having Tony goddamn Stark as tech-bestowing, adopted-uncle type. But there's more to know than that. Oh so much, much more. Everything from cast details, to set photos, to villain knowledge, to uber-detailed costume design, to every tiny trailer observation (from multiple trailers). And it's all below. So scroll down and check it all out. That's why you're here, right? Spider-Man: Homecoming facts? You're totally in the wrong place otherwise. That's pretty much all we have here. But we do have loads of them. Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released on July 7, 2017 in North America so we still have a little while to wait until we see the web-slinger in cinemas. No word on a UK release date yet, but if anything, expect it to be a couple of days earlier, as has been the case with the last few major movies from Marvel (and its parent company, Disney, for that matter). Production on the movie has just recently wrapped which means it's time to head to the studio for editing. The majority of filming was done in Atlanta - partly because the Porsche facility that stands in for the Avengers base is there, and partly because Georgia has delicious, delicious tax breaks for film-making - but the final leg moved to New York to shoot a few scenes on Spidey's home turf. That's all done now though, as Tom Holland confirmed with the photo above.



The Lego Batman Movie


The Lego Batman Movie
Bruce Wayne must not only deal with the criminals of Gotham City, but also the responsibility of raising a boy he adopted. Just like The Lego Movie from 2014 this is once again a very well made movie with lots of laughs and lots of action sequences especially the 3rd act was incredible. Also if you saw the trailer you will know that this film has a lot of Easter Eggs and References to previous Batman Movies such as "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" or "Suicide Squad" or even "Batman & Robin" plus there's a great sequence with the 1966 Batman Theme on the background and it's actually pretty good. Although it does make fun of Batman's history "The Lego Batman Movie" brings a lot of great emotion between Batman, Alfred and Robin and it showcases his relationship with his friends and even enemies such as The Joker. Also once again Batman fell for Batgirl but instead of being very weird like it was in "The Killing Joke" they found a smart way to pull that of and even the pop culture references or the big Marvel Easter Egg worked because this was a good film that was executed very good. It does have some small issues tho: the first was that sometimes the humor was a bit too much and 2nd having Batman being a rapper was also a bit too much at times but overall if you're a Batman fan you won't be disappointed and both kids and their parents are going to love this movie. The LEGO Batman Movie is, of course. the spin-off to the popular 2014 animation The LEGO Movie. This time, though, it's all about Batman! I didn't know what to expect when I heard this was being made but when those trailers arrived I knew I was in. I enjoyed The LEGO Batman Movie a lot more than I thought I would; it's full of so many things I wasn't expecting that I just couldn't help but love it. I wouldn't say the cast is as stellar as it's predecessor but the script certainly carries it along with joke after joke, and references and easter eggs that you're probably not going to pick up all of them upon first viewing. Not to say the cast is bad in any way; Will Arnett as Batman and Zac Galifianakis as the Joker are genius casting; the lines these two come out with are amazing and I just loved when each of them were on screen. And although a movie called "The LEGO Batman Movie" sounds like it's for kids, I think the older ones will certainly get a kick out of this like I did, especially if you're a film buff or a Batman fan. As I said before, the mentions and appearances you get in this are fantastic. But of course no film can carry itself on quips alone, The LEGO Batman Movie does have a story and although it's quite a familiar one and perhaps even similar in ways to The LEGO Movie, I still enjoyed seeing all the LEGO visuals and the top-notch animation that still looks like they filmed real LEGO pieces.