There are an unbelievable number of Takashi Miike movies to choose from when deciding which one is the best.
One of the uncommon series whose quality improves over time is the Mission: Impossible one.
Following the controversial Judge Dredd from 1995 (starring Sylvester Stallone), 2012's Dredd aimed to ruthlessly revitalise the enduring crime-fighting figure.
Yes, you could say that Pacific Rim is more of a science-fiction film since it shows a future Earth where enormous monsters are endangering the planet's very existence.
While the original The Raid (2011) is a stunning and admirably straightforward low-budget action film, its follow-up raises the bar significantly.
There isn't much more to say about Mad Max: Fury Road. The fourth Mad Max movie, which has been delayed for a while, was worth the wait because it offers more thrills, action, and spectacle than any of its predecessors.
The Nice Guys is a kind of homage to earlier action film times. Through and through, it is a buddy comedy that centres on two oddball characters who expose a criminal conspiracy.
This 2017 movie, appropriately titled Revenge, may be one of the most brutal revenge films ever made. Revenge movies frequently get pretty dark and violent, to put it mildly.
In terms of quality, the sixth instalment of the Mission: Impossible film series accomplished the seemingly unachievable feat of surpassing movies 4 and 5. The best Mission: Impossible film to date is Mission: Impossible Fallout.
There is a case to be made that John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum is the best in the series so far because of the calibre of its action, despite lacking the wonderful simplicity of the first film.