Earlier, we wrote a post about the best horror movies to watch at home for 2015, this time, we’ll shift genres and we’ll move to action movies. Getting action movies is a way to pump up after doing a lousy day of work. It’s a great stress relievers and it please almost every one of all ages and gender. I bet you have your own set of favorite action movies that came out some time ago. However, this time, we’ll take a look at some of the action movies that took place last year and see what’s worth watching or re-watching via Blu-ray.
The Purge: Anarchy
If you saw the first one and you loved it, I’m sure that you’ll really love this one too. The story still revolves about the yearly purge, which an event is held to eradicate crimes throughout the year. During one night, all crimes are legal as well as uses of weapons category 4 and lower. This means that you can get revenge to the one you hate, rape the girl you really want or take the latest build of PC from a shop without paying a cent. This is a movie full of the glorifying action, gunfight, fistfight, angry mobs and creepy situations that will surely hook you to the end.
X-Men: Days of Future’s Past
Our favorite marvel heroes are back and with a twist. This story takes place on an apocalyptic setting where the earth is on the brink of destruction, thanks to the experiment of a somewhat mad scientist. Now, it’s up to Wolverine to return to the past and prevent this event from happening by altering the future of the past. One of the best scenes here goes to Quicksilver.
If you watched the original Robocop of the 1980s, don’t expect much the same. But does that means its bad? No, it’s really great. It’s about a man who became part machine. Or perhaps, almost machine. The action scenes are great but the focus of the movie with emotional relationships and disability; it’s not really as great as the original but certainly is one of the best action movies of this era. Though a warning, there’s a creepy scene here that made my lungs constrict, just like “hnnnnnnnnnnnnggggggg!”
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Captain America, the super soldier is back with a new pack of enemies. The action scenes are superb, the CGI are great, and the story is good. The movie is supposed to be a superhero movie but instead, it has the elements of thriller embedded all over it most of the time, especially on the early part. This makes an excellent action movie for all ages.