Los Angeles cop Jack (Keanu Reeves) maddens resigned bomb squad member Howard Payne (Dennis Hopper) by thwarting his endeavor at taking hostages. In vengeance, Payne arms a transport bus with a bomb that will detonate on the off chance that it dips under 50 miles per hour. With the assistance of spunky traveler Annie (Sandra Bullock), Jack and his accomplice Harry (Jeff Daniels) attempt to save the individuals on the transport before the bomb goes off, while additionally attempting to make sense of how Payne is observing them.
Speed: (1994)80 Clicks View Details
2. Armour of God
Asian Hawk, an ex-vocalist and a fortune tracker, races to the guide of his ex-girlfriend after she is seized by a cult of priests who have a mysterious treasure.
Armour of God: (1986)87 Clicks View Details
3. Black Hawk Down
The film happens in 1993 when the U.S. sent special forces into Somalia to destabilize the administration and carry nourishment and philanthropic guide to the starving population. Utilizing Black Hawk helicopters to bring down the warriors onto the ground, a surprising assault by Somalian powers brings two of the helicopters down right away. From that point, the U.S. officers must battle to recapture their parity while suffering overwhelming gunfire.
Black Hawk Down: (2001)90 Clicks View Details
Dutch (Arnold Schwarzenegger), a warrior of fortune, is employed by the U.S. government to covertly save a gathering of lawmakers caught in Guatemala. Be that as it may, when Dutch and his group, which incorporates weapons master Blain (Jesse Ventura) and CIA operator George (Carl Weathers), land in Central America, something is gravely off-base. Subsequent to finding a string of dead bodies, the team finds they are being pursued by a merciless animal with superhuman quality and the capacity to vanish into its environment.
5. Atomic Blonde
Sensual and savage, Lorraine Broughton is the most first class spy in MI6, an operator who will utilize every last bit of her deadly abilities to remain alive during an impossible mission. With the Berlin Wall going to fall, she goes into the core of the city to recover an extremely valuable dossier and bring down a savage undercover work ring. Once there, she collaborates with an installed station boss to explore her way through the deadliest game of spies.
Atomic Blonde: (2017)
Bryan Mills (Liam Neeson), a previous government employable, is attempting to reconnect with his little girl, Kim (Maggie Grace). At that point his most exceedingly awful feelings of dread become genuine when sex slave owners kidnap Kim and her companion not long after they land in Paris for vacation. With only four days until Kim will be sold, Bryan must approach each ability he learned in dark operations to protect her.
Taken: (2008)81 Clicks View Details
7. John Wick
Legendary professional killer John Wick (Keanu Reeves) resigned from his vicious vocation in the wake of wedding the love of his life. Her abrupt passing leaves John in profound grieving. At the point when cruel mobster Iosef Tarasov (Alfie Allen) and his hooligans take John's prized vehicle and murder the little dog that was a last gift from his wife, John releases the callous executing machine inside and looks for retaliation. In the interim, Iosef's dad (Michael Nyqvist) - John's previous partner - places a huge bounty on John's head
John Wick: (2014)
8. The Matrix
Thomas Anderson, a software engineer, is directed to battle an underground war against amazing computers who have built his whole reality with a framework called the Matrix.
The Matrix: (1999)
Gary "Eggsy" Unwin (Taron Egerton), whose late dad covertly worked for a government agent association, lives in a South London lodging home and appears to be set out toward an actual existence in a correctional facility. Be that as it may, smart agent Harry Hart (Colin Firth) perceives potential in the adolescent and enlisted people him to be a student in the secret service. In the interim, contemptible Richmond Valentine (Samuel L. Jackson) dispatches an underhanded arrangement to take care of the issue of environmental change by means of an overall murdering binge.
Kingsman: (2014)86 Clicks View Details
10. Baby Driver
Baby, a music-cherishing orphan likewise happens to be the monstrously capable go-to escape driver for heist mastermind Doc. With the ideal soundtrack chose for every single activity, Baby guarantees Doc's rough, bank-looting colleagues - including Buddy, Bats and Darling - get in and out of Dodge before it's past the point of no return. He's not in it for the long stretch however, planning to nail one final employment before heading out into the nightfall with delightful cafe server Debora. More difficult than one might expect.
Baby Driver: (2017)
11. Terminator 2
In this spin-off set eleven years after "The Terminator," youthful John Connor (Edward Furlong), the key to human advancement's triumph over a future robot uprising, is the objective of the shape-moving T-1000 (Robert Patrick), a Terminator sent from the future to murder him. Another Terminator, the patched up T-800 (Arnold Schwarzenegger), has been sent back to protect the kid. As John and his mom (Linda Hamilton) go on the run with the T-800, the kid frames an unforeseen bond with the robot.
Terminator 2: (1991)81 Clicks View Details
12. Mad Max: Fury Road
A long time after the collapse of civilization, the domineering Immortan Joe oppresses end of the world survivors inside the desert fortification the Citadel. At the point when the warrior Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron) drives the dictator's five spouses in a challenging break, she fashions a partnership with Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy), a recluse and previous hostage. Braced in the enormous, defensively covered truck the War Rig, they attempt to beat the savage warlord and his colleagues in a destructive rapid pursue through the Wasteland.
Mad Max: Fury Road: (2015)
13. Rambo: First Blood
Vietnam veteran and vagabond John J. Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) meanders into a little Washington town looking for an old companion, however is met with narrow mindedness and severity by the nearby sheriff, Will Teasle (Brian Dennehy). At the point when Teasle and his appointees limit and shave Rambo, he flashes back to his time as a POW and releases his fierceness on the officials. He barely gets away from the manhunt, yet it will take his previous leader (Richard Crenna) to save the hunters from the hunted.
Rambo: First Blood: (1982)
14. Transporter 2
Mercenary Frank Martin, who practices moving merchandise of different types, surfaces again this time in Miami, Florida when he's embroiled in the abducting of the young son of a powerful USA official. The ex-Special Forces operative contracts himself out as a hired fighter "transporter" who moves merchandise - human or something else
Transporter 2: (2002)
15. Behind Enemy Lines
US Navy helicopter pilot Lt Chris Burnett is a part of the NATO power watching the peace treaty during the contention in previous Yugoslavia. Exhausted with routine obligations, he takes off his assigned course and spots Serb powers breaking the peace agreement, however they spot him as well and down his craft. Behind foe lines and with the Serbs on his path, his solitary expectation is that his superior sends in a rescue mission.
Behind Enemy Lines: (2001)
16. Lethal Weapon
Following the passing of his better half, Los Angeles police detective Martin Riggs (Mel Gibson) gets crazy and self-destructive. At the point when he is reassigned and joined forces with Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover), Riggs promptly conflicts with the more seasoned official. Together they reveal a huge drug dealing ring. As they experience progressively perilous circumstances, Riggs and Murtaugh start to shape a bond. Riggs' unstable conduct may very well assist them with catching the crooks - in the event that it doesn't slaughter them both first.
Lethal Weapon: (1987)
17. The Expendables
A gathering of hired soldiers is deceived during a strategic are drawn nearer by Church to oust the heartless despot of a South American nation. It isn't some time before the men acknowledge things aren't exactly as they show up, finding themselves caught in a dangerous web of betrayal. Despite the fact that their main goal is undermined and a innocent is at serious risk, officer of fortune Barney and his companions choose to take care of business.
The Expendables: (2010)
18. V for Vendetta
Following world war, London is a police state involved by a fundamentalist government, and a vigilante referred to just as V (Hugo Weaving) utilizes terrorist strategies to battle the oppressors of the world in which he presently lives. At the point when V saves a young lady named Evey (Natalie Portman) from the mystery police, he finds a partner in his battle against England's oppressors.
V for Vendetta: (2005)
In 480 B.C. a condition of war exists between Persia, drove by King Xerxes (Rodrigo Santoro), and Greece. At the Battle of Thermopylae, Leonidas (Gerard Butler), lord of the Greek city province of Sparta, drives his gravely outnumbered warriors against the monstrous Persian armed force. In spite of the fact that unavoidable death anticipates the Spartans, their penance moves all of Greece to unite against their common enemy.
20. Mission: Impossible 2
Tom Cruise comes back to his job as Ethan Hunt in the second portion of "Mission: Impossible." This time Ethan Hunt drives his IMF group set for catch a fatal German virus before it is discharged by terrorists. His mission made inconceivable due to the fact that he is not the only person after samples of the virus. He should likewise challenge with a pack of international terrorists headed by a turned awful previous IMF operator who has just figured out how to steal the cure.
Mission: Impossible 2: (2000)