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Daniel Craig Action

With his searing blue eyes, perpetual scowl, and intimidating physique, Daniel Craig has made quite the splash in modern action cinema. Because who says Bond can't be blonde! Enjoy his leading roles in a variety of high-octane action flicks here.

'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!

'Movies Like Stalker': Foreign Sci-Fi Sleepers

Only the very best Sci-Fi foreign cinema has to offer, often woefully underappreciated by American audiences. French, Chinese, Swiss, and Scandinavian films all make an appearance on this collection of films, perfect for sci-fi lovers looking for something off the beaten track.

'Movies like the Matrix': Welcome to Modern Dystopia

Thanks Obama! Ponder what society could be if controlled by a government who hated free-speech, listened in to your conversations at all times, and patrolled the skies with unmanned robots. Oh wait...thanks Obama!

'Movies Like Mary and Max': Dark Animation for Adults

You can get away with all sorts of nasty things when you're not using actors...mwhahaha. Check out the dark depths of human imagination with this collection of animated films best enjoyed by adults!

'Movies Like V for Vendetta': Graphic Novel Ultraviolence

Graphic novel action movies that retain the comic-book feel of their source material, including 'V for Vendetta', 'Sin City', and '300'. Make sure to check out Bruce Lee's son Brandon in cult classic 'The Crow', for a dark treat! Note: all mainstream superheroes excluded.

'Movies Like Equilibrium': Cyberpunk in the 21st Century

Set in futuristic dystopias, Cyberpunk narratives focus on the alienation of human beings in societies driven, surveilled, and organized by technology. Another key element is the focus on low-lives in a high-tech world. And yes, we know the Matrix was 1999. But it hardly feels dated!

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