11. The Raid = Die Hard TrilogyThe Video Game: 1996's Die Hard Trilogy was split into three parts, with one game mode being set aside for each of the three movies. The most memorable was Die Hard's third-person shooter section, in which the player fights their way up the Nakatomi Plaza building, killing terrorists and rescuing hostages along the way. The Movie: Gareth Evans' masterful action flick has only the most scant of narratives, making way for a ton of action as 20 cops raid an apartment block full of drug dealers. The team has to fight their way up to the top, where the big bad, the "final boss" of sorts, is waiting for them. Thankfully the action is so absurdly compelling that the minimal story doesn't matter, and it undeniably reflects the no-nonsense thrills of Die Hard Trilogy's violent love letter to the original movie.