Nothing can destroy the bond that has been forged in the hot fires of mutual worship for an intense and memorable action series. In fact, seeing good action movies can raise more than just your heartbeat, it can increase your mutual attraction with your date. Because many films are released every week, it is difficult to select the best films to go to. Some cinemas screen some of the best action films regularly, even if they are not new releases. Here are five great where you have to take your date.
James Cameron's masterpiece initiated an obsession with the combination of sci-fi and action. This second film in a first installation of three amplified the adrenaline level of the slow and exciting Alien (the first film) filmed by Ridley Scott. In a different direction, it is not so much whether this film is better or worse, but rather it stands in itself as a completely different style of Alien film. Nevertheless, it has stood the test of time and many viewers continue to see it.
2. Die Hard
This cult Christmas favorite, this film has Bruce Willis who starts as policeman John McClane who has the unfortunate happiness to be the only guest who has not been hijacked during a Christmas festivity. Stuck in a tall building and besieged by terrorists is to John to save the day and his estranged wife. Filled with good action, smart acting and some fun, this film has become a classic during the holidays.
3. Terminator 2
The second film in the Terminator series sees Arnold Schwarzenegger return as a cyborg known as a Terminator. However, this time his model is the "good man & # 39; it tries to prevent a T-1000 model from returning in time to destroy the leader of a resistance that would give humankind hope through the apocalyptic rise of the machines.
4. The Bourne Ultimatum
What if, in the future, senior soldiers were psychologically strengthened and manipulated to become super soldiers? What if this came at the risk that if someone would get angry, everything would erupt? This is only the promise of the Jason Bourne films starring Matt Damon as Jason Bourne. It is a film that tests your decision on which side to take, while allowing you to agree that the action and fight scenes are top class.
5. The Matrix
If you've ever wondered if your whole reality was a computer simulation, the movie The Matrix could be a bit too close to home. With Keanu Reeves in the lead role Neo discovers that he is only an incubated male that is used as fuel. As soon as he is liberated by Morpheus, the leader of the resistance, Neo must get a grip on what is real and what is not and decide whether ignorance is true bliss.
Bring your date to one of these movies when they play again in a theater near you for a fun and action-packed evening.