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List Of 2006 Action Films

Bond's back with a brand new face in 2006, 'Casino Royale' was one of the best Bond films in years. Not many people tend to have seen 'Letters from Iwo Jima' so if you're up for some gritty WW2 action we'd suggest checking it out!

'Movies Like Wanted': Highly Stylized Action

Back in the day they said comic books rotted your brain, then they said watching TV rotted your brain - so, what do you think a movie that looks like a comic book is gonna do to the old grey matter? Only one way to find out!

'Oozing with Testosterone': Modern Mindless Action

Looking for subtle ruminations on the social construct of masculinity, the causes and effects of interpersonal violence, and the final madness of man's inhumanity to man? WELLYOU'RE ON THE WRONG F*****G LIST THEN BUDDY! These mindless action masterpieces feature obscenely large machine guns, car chases, and more explosions than an active quarry.

'Movies Like Shooter': High-Octane Assassin Movies

Only movies with the very highest amount of asses being kicked have made it on to this collection of trained killers doing what they do best! Check out 'Smokin' Aces' for some OTT Tarantino-esque action, or '13 Samurai' for a fantastic Asian addition.

Jason Statham Action

Although he does look a bit like an angry PE teacher, Jason Statham has nevertheless proven himself a capable and charismatic star, with such smash hits as 'Snatch' and 'The Transporter'. Enjoy his dulcet Cockney tones with this comprehensive collection of his most action-packed leading roles!

'Bad Guys Finish First': Modern Criminal Thrillers

Focusing more on the criminals than the cops, this list features some serious underbelly badasses. Because the bad guys are much more fun! Make sure to check out 'Seven Psychopaths' for some Tarantino-esque fun!

'Movies Like Snatch': Guy Ritchie & Co. Crime Movies

The master of British crime-capers Guy Ritchie has had more than a few directors show him the sincerest form of flattery. Enjoy the results, including Daniel Craig in 'Layer Cake' and Jude Law in 'Dom Hemingway', along with the maestro's original work 'Snatch' and 'Lock, Stock'.

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