Imagine if Hyrule weren’t populated with castles, trees, and dungeons, and instead Link had to rescue Princess Zelda in a big city, populated with gun-toting thugs and a villain in a cheesy white suit. Corridor envisions just that in their latest action spectacular.
Dave Bautista stars as an ex-soldier caught in a terrorist attack during a soccer match, and the bad guys want him to take out their chosen target or they’ll kill 35,000 people, including his niece. We kept wanting the guy on the walkie to say “Must catch moose and squirrel.”
Our latest look at the film adaptation of the cyberpunk manga Battle Angel Alita. Alita has no memories of her past and a relatively frail body. Just as she starts to discover who she really is, her potential makes her a target for those who want her power.
Our first look at martial arts master Jackie Chan’s sci-fi action flick, about a policeman on the hunt for a mechanically-augmented villain, and a young girl carrying a bio-chemical invention that everyone wants. Yeah, we just want to see Jackie kick some ass too.
In Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Ethan Hunt tries to finish a mission that ended badly. This leads the CIA to question his motives, and ends up sending other agents – including one played by Henry Cavill – to take down Hunt. Twice the enemies, twice the stunts.
“This hospital was built on two things: trust, and rules.” Jodie Foster stars as the head of Hotel Artemis, a hospital for criminals. Her new patients bring trouble to her door in the form of a crime boss played by Jeff Goldblum. It’s like a back story to the John Wick hotel.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) Logan Marshall-Green stars in this low-budget action flick about a man who gets upgraded with an brainstem implant that turns him into a deadly killer, hellbent on revenge against the criminals who murdered his wife and turned him into a quadriplegic.
“Every human being is a puzzle of need. You must become the missing piece, and they will tell you everything.” Jennifer Lawrence stars as a Russian spy specializing in seduction and manipulation. Her loyalties are tested when she falls for a CIA agent. Premieres 3/2/18.
Another year has passed, and GoPro action cameras yet again helped to capture some of the year’s most epic, beautiful, entertaining, and dramatic sights. There’s no way a sub-3-minute video can sum it all up, but it’s still worth a watch – even if it is just a commercial.
“No rules this time.” Oscar winners Josh Brolin and Benicio del Toro reprise their roles in the sequel to the tense Sicario. When drug cartels begin trafficking terrorists across the US-Mexico border, the American government unleashes mercenaries to fight back.
Two foes beat each other senseless with every trope in the books in Alaska’s amusing short film packed with action, vibrant visual effects, and references to a wide variety of sci-fi, action, and fantasy films and TV shows. The only thing it’s missing is a post-credits sequence.
Drop right in the middle of the Red Bull District Ride urban MTB freeride through Nuremberg, courtesy of a 360º camera mounted atop one of its rider’s helmets. We suggest watching it a few times from different angles, like backwards, or looking down on the guy’s helmet.