Saturday, June 25, 2022

Five action movies to stream now

For action movie fans looking for new adventures to watch at home, there are plenty of car chases, explosions and fights (knives, swords and fists) to sift through. We’re helping make the choice easier by providing some streaming highlights.


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I’m a sucker for family-focused, post-apocalyptic survival movies like “A Quiet Place” and “It Comes at Night.” On a smaller scale, “Fear” aka “Forget Everything and Run,” directed by Geoff Reisner and Jason Tobias, depicts those actions for brisk thrills. In a deserted mountainous wasteland, weary parents Josephine (Marcy Miller) and Ethan (Tobias) live in a cold, dilapidated cabin with their young son, Josh (Danny Ruiz). The government abandons their small town after a chemical leak from a local plant turned into a zombie-forming virus.

You can become infected by bites or by drinking contaminated water, but you may not know because your zombie-transformation may be asymptomatic. The couple’s infected teenage daughter, Mia (Seuss Kelly), was not one of the lucky ones.

The family survives on scarce supplies, but a band of cannibals led by Desiree (a vicious Susan Moore Harmon) further curtails the stores, prompting Ethan to venture into the snowy terrain in search of both medicine and food was forced. Packed with prickling bloody eyes and vandalism head shots Aimed at the fast-moving undead, “Fear” provides bouts of mystery and fever.

Stream it on Netflix.

As a mob enforcer, Ferry (Frank Lammers) shows the world the somewhat deceptive personality of Cecilia Verheden in this Dutch-language gangster flick.

Beneath the ferry chute, the beer-keg-shaped frame is a wellspring of sweetness. Her mob boss, Brink (Hub Staples), a salt of the earth type, treats the bleached-blonde Ferry like a son. But when Brink’s own son, Matthijs (Tim Linde), is killed, he wants Ferry to avenge his death, pitting the undeniable loyalty of his originator against his soft-hearted.


Tracking down Mathijs’ three killers, Ferry is forced to reconnect with his estranged sister, Claudia (Monique Hendrix), who has cancer. Along the way, the ruthless furry falls for the bubbly Daniel (Alice Curse), but his happiness is short-lived when he learns a shocking truth about her. Switching between puffy-faced savageness and shaggy sweetness, Lamar delivers an amazing physical performance. Watching him grapple with the inner turmoil of the Enforcer breaks the tough guy trope by making “Ferry” an absorbing gangster character study.

Stream it on Netflix.

Detective Jodie Snemann (Erica Wessels) doesn’t distance herself from the victims. She heads the Child Trafficking Task Force in Johannesburg, South Africa. Helping her in this case is Nombizonke Bapai (Halubi Moboya), a forensic crime-scene investigator with a grim past. In 1994, Ntombizonke and five other black girls were kidnapped. More than two decades later, armed with a pistol and silencer, wearing a black hood and mask, she is seeking revenge against a ring of pedophiles who kidnapped her along with several others.

“I’m All Girls,” a harrowing procedural and cautionary thriller directed by Donovan Marsh, is inspired by Weasels and Moboya’s groundbreaking performances. The pair put together an elaborate narrative that combines present-day investigations with disturbing flashbacks to Entombizonke’s traumatic childhood. In “Watchmen” Regina has her fits of vengeance similar to the Sister Knight of the Kings. And a quirky romance develops between a forensic investigator and Sneman, which makes “I’m All Girls” more of a police story with gunplay. Marsh’s action film beats heartily for the oppressed and the forgotten.

rent or buy it on Amazon.

There is one mole in the Vor Lok Tung Triad. And the orange-haired gangster Ting Cheuk Fei (Michael Tse Tin Wah) is his prime suspect. Ting first broke into the crowd three years ago, but has been nowhere to be found since then. A prominent mob leader, Brother Hei (Hui Shiu Hung), is close to a megadeal with drug lord Sung Jing Kwang (Ken Chan), the head of the Eastern Trade Company. Ting needs to break the deal, but there are a few obstacles in his way: Way: The young Chief Inspector investigating gangsters rests comfortably on Sung’s payroll and gives him classified suggestions. Also, Brother Hei’s close aide, Kam Chiu Nin (Ben Ng), deeply suspects Ting of having a mole.

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Fi Wong’s heist thriller, “The Infernal Walker” from the director set in China, has a very complicated plot with sharp back stabs, cryptic clues, wild twists and unpleasant plans. I found the whole barrage – the fast car chases featuring luxury Mustangs and Lamborghinis and the parkour chases through dank claustrophobic alleyways – extremely enjoyable. Intermittent pieces of silly melodrama run through this dull romp, but “The Infernal Walker,” endowed with fast, up-tempo pacing, satisfies that longing for a triad film.

Stream it on Netflix.

You have to admire the ingenuity of making Chop Shop a kill house where wrenches become axes and screwdrivers become projectiles. Daniel Benmeyer’s revenge film set in Barcelona is a melting pot of simple murders and familiar action references. Maximo (Teo García), an aging mobster (and a mirror of Maximus in “Gladiator”), wants a top lieutenant, so his adopted brother, the ruthless Lucero (Oscar Genada), orders the murders of Maximo and his younger son. . Maximo is presumed dead, but survives.

Two years later, Maximo teams up with Lucero’s loathsome adopted sister Maria (Andrea Duro) and a teenager named Leo (Oscar Casas) to seek vengeance. Referred to as John Wayne, Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan by his opponents, the silent Maximo brawls top notch. In a clever sequence set in a kung fu den, Benmier sets up the silhouettes of fighters against a foggy background so that their sneaky moves pop, another touch that makes “Extreme” a gripping battle royal.

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