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Dominated by male bravado and heroism (and often a short attention span) the Action genre gets physical with conflict, while Adventure pursues the big quest…

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BarbarosaBarbarosa (1982)
Dir. Fred Schepisi
Feat. Willie Nelson, Gary Busey
A dignified, under-rated Western from Australian director Fred Schepisi that pairs Gary Busey with Willie Nelson in a tale of a young cowboy fugitive who is taken under the wing of a famous bandito.
Meg, TheMeg, The (2018)
Dir. Jon Turteltaub
Feat. Jason Statham, Bingbing Li, Rainn Wilson
Shamelessly cheesy sub-JAWS aquatic entertainment, with Stratham as a deep-sea rescue diver who is going to save a group of scientists trapped inside a submarine from a mysterious, thought-to-be-extinct breed of shark. Big, silly and undemanding fun.
Mission: Impossible - FalloutMission: Impossible - Fallout (2018)
Dir. Christopher McQuarrie
Feat. Tom Cruise, Henry Cavill, Ving Rhames
Tom Cruise reprises his role as Ethan Hunt in this highly regarded sixth installment of the film franchise. The stakes are higher than ever with Ethan and his team attempting to eradicate an international rogue organisation that wants to bring down the IMF.
SkyscraperSkyscraper (2018)
Dir. Rawson Marshall Thurber
Feat. Dwayne Johnson, Neve Campbell, Chin Han
Ludicrous action thriller where Dwayne Johnson plays a US war vet who provides security assessment for skyscrapers, but goes on the run after being framed for an arson attack on a building in China. Derivative but solidly constructed entertainment.
Sicario: Day Of The SoldadoSicario: Day Of The Soldado (2018)
Dir. Stefano Sollima
Feat. Benicio Del Toro, Josh Brolin, Isabela Moner
Blistering follow-up to the acclaimed 2015 film SICARIO, with Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Toro returning as a federal agent and a black op embroiled in the brutal drug war on the US-Mexico border, where cartels have begun trafficking terrorists. From the writer-director team behind SUBURRA.
DragonslayerDragonslayer (1981)
Dir. Matthew Robbins
Feat. Peter MacNicol, Caitlin Clarke, Ralph Richardson
Highly under-rated medieval fantasy in which a young wizard defies substantial and often thrilling odds to defeat a malevolent dragon. Breakthrough special effects provided by ILM breathe palpable life (and fire) into the dragon creation known as Vermithrax.
Spider-ManSpider-Man (2002)
Dir. Sam Raimi
Feat. Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Willem Dafoe
New-improved re-spinning of the Marvel comic book superhero that finds a perfect match of material and director, and the crucially inspired casting of Tobey Maguire as web-boy Peter Parker. It’s classic teenage outcast fantasy stuff – the nerd who gets to impress the girl (Kirsten Dunst) by kicking…

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