Top 15 Action Adventure Films

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Top 15 Action Adventure Films

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Everyone loves a great Adventure Movie packed with Action right. I know l do – gets the heart pumping, the adrenaline racing … there are so many seriously good ones, and sure l know equally as many hooters and clangers out there too … however our task for this is to create and build a list of the Top 15.

So, drop your suggestions below in the comments section …. the genre is ‘Action’, ‘Adventure’ and or Action Adventure – this covers a very broad genre of actuality and interpretation in your eyes. The suggested film titles will be compiled into a seperate post next week and then they can be voted on by readers who haven’t voted and the final Top 15 List will be posted and published on Sunday 31st January.

So, let’s get cracking shall we?

Thanks for reading.

Ps – This list does have some film titles from the Crime Listings that will be added.
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15 thoughts on “Top 15 Action Adventure Films

  1. I was thinking of Indiana Jones – but only if I close my eyes through the scary bits!
    The Count Of Monte Cristo with Guy Pearce and Jim Caviezel
    The Legend of Tarzan with Margo Robbie and Alexander Skarsgard
    A Knights Tale with Heath Ledger
    Bird On A Wire with Goldie Hawn and Mel Gibson
    The Saint with Val Kilmer and Elisabeth Shoe
    The Never Ending Story – the one where the kid ends up saving a world of dreams
    Willow? – although it is so long since I saw it I cannot remember much about it.

    There you go Rory – how about that for a random collection of films! I am sure I can think of more but I had a hard week and now I need coffee before anything sensible comes out of me.

    1. Goodness gracious me Jenna, you are showing your age now …. Willow, goody grief, l remember that, and meeting Warick Davis in a nightclub – excellent film, next you’ll be saying you remember Upworld too 🙂

      TNEStory oh how l loved the dragon Falkor 🙂

      Good selections and all this before coffee ….

      1. lol – I remember it because when I was staying with my Gramps he used to play it for us to watch.

        Erm…who is Warick Davis???
        I do know night clubs though!!! Pre-2020 I knew them quite well. Is Upworld a nightclub?

  2. I agree with All of the above. Great choices!
    The Princess Bride
    Jurassic Park
    The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

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