Action Movie CollectionAction/Adventure
Box Office: $0.0M
PRINCIPAL CASTArnold Schwarzenegger, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Steven Seagal, Sean Connery, Charles Bronson, Burt Renolds, Chuck Norris, Dolph Lundgren, Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Farrell, John Travolta, Christophe Lambert, Jamie Foxx, Kevin Sorbo
A premium, 20-Movie Collection of licensed films from Columbia Pictures / Sony Pictures
S.W.A.T. (2003) / PG-13
Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Farrell, Michelle Rodriguez, LL Cool J, Jeremy Renner
Two wisecracking, battle-hardened veterans (Samuel L. Jackson and Colin Farrell) team up with a pair of street-smart rookies (Michelle Rodriguez and LL Cool J) to form the most freewheeling - but effective - S.W.A.T. team ever. Their first assignment: transport an international drug kingpin into federal custody - after he's offered $100 million to anyone who will free him!
Basic (2003) / R
Samuel L. Jackson, John Travolta, Connie Nielsen, Giovanni Ribisi, Tim Daly
A DEA officer (John Travolta) is recruited to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a famed U.S. Army drill instructor (Samuel L. Jackson) and a group of cadets on a routine military exercise in the jungles of Panama. But the journey to uncover the truth leads to some dangerous and unexpected places when two rescued survivors tell dramatically different versions of what transpired.
Maximum Risk (1996) / R
Jean-Claude Van Damme, Natsha Henstridge, Jean-Hughes Anglade
Retired French soldier Alain Moreau (Jean-Claude Van Damme) never knew he had a brother, much less a twin, until he found him lying dead on the streets of his European hometown. To find out who his brother was, he must follow his footsteps back to New York's tough Little Odessa and into the same shadowy underworld that swallowed his brother.
Stealth (2005) / PG-13
Jamie Foxx, Sam Shepard, Jessica Biel
The world's three best pilots are partnered with a state-of-the-art, fully-automated, pilotless, super stealth warplane - inhuman and invincible. But once in the air, it goes haywire, leaving them with one final mission - bring it down.
Last Action Hero (1993) / PG-13
Arnold Schwarzenegger, F. Murray Abraham
A magic movie ticket gains a young fan unprecedented access to his favorite action hero after being sucked out of his seat and onto the big screen.
Universal Soldier: The Return (1999) / R
Jean-Claude Van Damme, Michael Jai White, Heidi Schanz, Bill Goldberg
When the Universal Soldiers supercomputer goes haywire, Luc Deveraux is the only one who can battle the elite team of deadly, near-perfect warriors.
The Russian Specialist (2005) / R
Dolph Lundgren, Ben Cross, Ivan Petrushinov, Olivia Lee
A Russian ex-hit man is called back to Russia for one last job. This time against his former employees, the Russian mob.
Into the Sun (2005) / R
Steven Seagal, Matthew Davis, Takao Osawa
When the governor of Tokyo is murdered, it falls on ex-CIA agent Travis Hunter (Seagal) to track down the responsible terrorists. However, Hunter discovers a plan by a rising Yakuza leader to build an enormous drug-dealing network with the Chinese Mafia. With time running out, he must thwart the operation - and get out alive.
The Stone Killer (1973) 95 min. / R
Charles Bronson, Martin Balsam
Crime drama about a tough New York cop who discovers that a prohibition gangster is planning a massacre--revenge for a forty-year-old shootout which introduced non-Sicilian elements to organized crime. Based on John Gardner's novel, "A Complete State of Death."
Silent Rage (1982) / R
Chuck Norris, Ron Silver
Science created him. Now Chuck Norris must destroy him. Sheriff Stevens (Norris) is faced with stopping a crazed murderer, made virtually indestructible through genetic engineering.
Shamus (1972) / PG
Burt Reynolds, Dyan Cannon
Reynolds is McCoy, a private detective with a penchant for pocket billiards, loot and women. A baffling murder by a flame throwing killer is linked to a million-dollar diamond theft, but McCoy discovers a fantastic scheme and decides to take matters into his own hands in the true private eye style.
The Anderson Tapes (1971) / PG
Sean Connery, Dyan Cannon, Martin Balsam, Christopher Walken
When Duke Anderson gets out of the cooler, he discovers the mother lode in his rich girlfriend's ritzy apartment building. With help from a safecracker, a decorator, and a thug, Duke might be able to pull off the greatest heist yet. What he doesn't know is that someone is watching his every move and beating him at his own game.
Attack Force (2006) / R
Steven Seagal, Lisa Lovbrand, David Kennedy
When Lawson (Seagal) loses his team in a cold-blooded attack, he takes it upon himself to investigate the suspicious circumstances of the brutal killings.
The Point Men (2001) / R
Christopher Lambert, Kerry Fox, Vincent Regan
Tony Eckhardt (Lambert) is as an Israeli secret service agent assigned to track and assassinate Amar, a terrorist who is threatening the future of the Middle East peace process.
Hunt For Eagle One (2006) / R
Mark Dacascos, Theresa Randle, Rutger Hauer
After a raid to capture terrorists holed up with Philippine rebels, Lt. Daniels (Dascascos) must rescue the crew of a downed helicopter before the bioweapons detenate.
Walking Tall: Lone Justice (2007) / R
Kevin Sorbo, Yvette Nipar, Elizabeth Barondes
After cleaning up his hometown, Nick (Sorbo) retires as sheriff and hopes to start a new life, when he is pitted against a ruthless drug lord and his army.
Pact of Silence (AKA: Le Pacte Du Silence) (2003) / R
GÃ©rard Depardieu, Ã‰lodie Bouchez, Carmen Maura, Isaac Sharry
Caring turns to obsession and the doctor begins a private investigation, which takes him halfway across the world and leads him to Gaelle. Caught between his obsession to uncover the truth about his growing attraction for Gaelle, Joachim rejects his commitment to faith and follows his instincts to a terrifying and unimaginable conclusion. - "...features fine performances and a good production design..." - DVD Talk/Matt Langdon
In The Cut (2003) / R
Meg Ryan, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Jason Leigh
This sensual thriller features Meg Ryan (You’ve Got Mail) and Mark Ruffalo (The Avengers) in unforgettable performances as they search for a killer who knows their every move, and knows they’re getting too close for comfort. In the underbelly of lower Manhattan, Frannie Avery (Ryan), a reserved English professor, becomes obsessed after seeing more than she should of an impassioned couple. After the young woman turns up dead, Frannie is questioned by a homicide detective (Ruffalo) who draws her into a liberating but disturbing erotic encounter. As the body count rises, familiar suspects begin to emerge. - “Meg Ryan is dynamite in the most explosive performance of her career,” — David Moss, FOX TV
The Quiet (2005) / R
Elisha Cuthbert, Camilla Belle, Edie Falco, Shawn Ashmore
This erotic and suspenseful tale of sex, lies and betrayal stars Elisha Cuthbert (The Girl Next Door) as Nina Deer, a pretty cheerleader whose life is turned upside-down by the arrival of her parents’ godchild Dot (Camilla Belle, 10,000 BC), a deaf and mute girl recently orphaned by her father’s death. Although Nina looks upon Dot’s deafness with disdain, her family and friends develop a strange attraction to her, and Dot soon becomes a sounding boarding board for everyone’s heaviest burdens. But when Nina becomes convinced that Dot is hiding a few secrets of her own, she decides to confess a family secret so disturbing, it cannot be ignored. - “It’s a knockout.” — Bill Bregoli, Westwood One
Trapped (2002) / R
Charlize Theron, Stuart Townshend, Kevin Bacon, Courtney Love
From the producer of Thelma & Louise comes a white knuckle, edge of your seat thriller starring Charlize Theron (Snow White and the Huntsman), Courtney Love (The People vs. Larry Flint), Stuart Townshend (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen) and Kevin Bacon (X-Men: First Class). When their daughter is taken for ransom by a gang of serial kidnappers, a young doctor and his wife find themselves held hostage while a 24 hour plan to extort their money is set into motion. With time running out and the health of their asthmatic daughter at serious risk, they find themselves in a race against the clock as the “perfect crime” begins spiraling towards an unthinkable, terrifying and deadly conclusion. - “The movie is gripping all the way”... — dvdempire.com, D.W.Pritchett
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