Even though almost every scenario imaginable has been played out at least a dozen times over, people still can't seem to get enough of action movies.
Sitting back and enjoying a couple of hours full of fist-fights, shootouts, car chases and explosions is one of the best ways to relax for any self-respecting fan of the genre, and with so many stone-cold classics to choose from, it isn't like you'll be left wanting either.
There's something that's so simple and also so damn entertaining about action cinema that means it will always remain one of the most popular forms of entertainment, no matter how many generic titles flood both theaters and local bargain bins on annual basis.
These days you're a lot more likely to see superheroes, spandex and CGI at the expense of practical stunts, as the visual effects revolution of the 90s led to a seismic shift in how studio movies were made that continues to day. That left the '80s as the final stand for the old-school staples of action cinema, and luckily for us it also happened to be the best decade that the genre had ever seen.
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