Action Movies In Theaters

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Who doesn’t love seeing action movies in theaters? The adrenaline. The car chases. The long battles. Wondering who will make it out on top. It’s invigorating, especially on the big screen.

Here are all the actions movies in theaters now, or coming to theaters soon.

Not an action fan? No worries, we have all movies in theaters now. Check out our new movies this weekend guide!

The Woman King

The Woman King tells the story of the Kingdom of the Dahomey and their all female army, led by General Nanisca, portrayed in the film by the Academy Award Winner Viola Davis. Based on true events, we enter the story of General Nanisca in a time when the country was in turmoil. With the Europeans at their doorstep ready to conquer them, The army of the Kingdom of Dahomey is put to task protecting the kingdom and all who live there with their lives. Throughout the film we watch as General Nanisca trains the youth of tomorrow who will take up arms and help to ensure their way of life continues uncontested. So, head to the theaters and enjoy this incredible film about true events that have been fictionalized for your entertainment.


Brahmastra Part One: Shiva

The Indian fantasy/adventure film Brahmastra Part One: Shiva is at its core, a story of self discovery, finding one’s purpose, and most of all finding true love. But, exactly who is this mystery man who is on this search? His name is Shiva, an Astra that has yet to discover his true purpose. Throughout the film we follow along as Shiva learns who he is, why he has the powers he has, and exactly what it is that he is meant to become. He is connected to the Brahmastra, a group of weapons powerful enough to destroy life on this world, and the universe itself. Shiva discovers that he is the fire astra, but what he will do with this power is known only to him. So come along and join him on his journey and see the world of the Brahmastra as never before.



Medieval tells the unforgettable story of Czech General Jan Žižka and his incredible rise to power. The film centers around Žižka’s (Ben Foster) early years, before the Hussite Wars when he was young and just coming into his own. Europe is engulfed in war, plague and famine, and in a bid to unite the countries and end the war, Jan Žižka is called upon to kidnap a young woman named Katherine, niece to the king of France and keep her safe. He fights for honor, freedom and duty to his king. In the words of General Jan Žižka himself, “Kings may be chosen by God. But they still make the mistakes of men.” Don’t be one of those men and make the mistake of skipping this movie. You can see it now exclusively in theaters!


Spider-Man: No Way Home

Back in theaters for a limited time to celebrate 60 years of Spider-Man, you can join Spider-Man 1 (Tom Holland), Spider-Man 2 (Tobey MaGuire), and Spider-Man 3 (Andrew Garfield) as they team up to fight villains from across the multiverse when, after an attempt by Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) at restoring Peter Parker’s secret identity goes awry. This month you can enjoy this amazing film with extended scenes that will have you laughing out loud and rolling in the aisles. So, grab your loved ones and head down to your favorite theater for this extremely limited time event and have a swinging good time. You’ll be glad you did!


Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero

The Dragon Ball series of shows was first released in the mid 1980s in Japan came from a Manga of the same name, and after 12 years it made its way to televisions all over the United States. It was thanks to Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z that so many Americans were introduced to the world of anime.

The series follows the lives of Broly (from Dragon Ball Super: Broly), Piccolo, Bulma, Vegetta, Trunks, Goku, and his son Gohan as they battle a multitude of enemies from Cell, Majin Buu, and the Red Ribbon Army, and it is this latter enemy that comes back to wreak havoc on the Super Saiyan Z fighters in this years Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero. It seems like the ZFighters have their hands full with this foe from the past and their newest androids. Who will you be rooting for: Red Ribbon Army, or the Z Fighters?


Bullet Train

What do you get when you put a rag-tag bunch of assassins with the same mission on a train? You get a recipe for action, disaster, and absolute hilarity. In this fast paced action film that finds these assassins careening through the Japanese countryside as they travel from Tokyo to Kyoto, we follow many backstories, some often seeming to be unnecessary, and a whole host of amazingly choreographed fight scenes. So, what is their mission and which one of them will be successful? Join Ladybug (Brad Pitt), Prince (Joey King), Wolf (Bad Bunny), Tangerine (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), and Lemon (Brian Tyree Henry) on the big screen this month and find out for yourselves. 


DC League of Super-Pets

Well folks, I think it’s safe to say that Marvel has their work cut out for themselves this year. The DCEU is bringing together some of the biggest powerhouses in Hollywood for this year’s sleeper hit of the summer, DC League of Super-Pets. When Superman (John Kasinski) is kidnapped, Krypto the superdog (Dwayne Johnson) must form an unlikely team of pets, including Ace, the Bat-Hound (Kevin Hart), to go out and save his master. Also along for the ride are some very familiar faces, Batman (Keanu Reeves), Wonder Woman (Jeemela Jamil), Flash (John Early), and Cyborg (Daveed Digs). You can catch all the action in theaters now.


Thor: Love and Thunder

You loved him when he had no memory of who he was after being banished to earth in Thor. You rooted for him when he was battling the Dark Elves during their attempt to plunge the universe into darkness in Thor: The Dark World. He learned how to work with a team when he joined the Avengers. Finally, you hooted and hollered when he wielded Stormbreaker in Thor: Ragnarok.

Now, join him on his most perilous mission since his battle with the mighty Thanos, as he embarks a quest to find inner peace after turning over the rule of New Asgard to Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson) in Thor: Love and Thunder. Thor: Love and Thunder sees our overweight hero facing off with Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) with the aid of his friend’s Korg (Taika Waititi), Valkyrie (Tessa Thompson), and Jane Foster, The Mighty Thor (Natalie Portman), with a special appearance from The Guardians of the Galaxy.


Jurassic World: Dominion

29 years, 5 movies later and here we are, on the cusp of witnessing the end of an era. When Jurassic Park first hit theaters back in 1993, nobody could have predicted the sheer magnitude the film’s popularity would bring. Now here we are, welcoming the final entry in the massive Jurassic franchise with Jurassic World: Dominion. With the dinosaurs finally off the island and living among us, humanity has quickly dropped from top of the food chain to the bottom. But, just how long will this struggle for supremacy last?

Jurassic World: Dominion is a thrill ride from the very beginning to the final curtain. Now we ask you, who do you think is the apex predator, Man or Dinosaur? Joining the fun and adventure for this final installment are Dr. Allen Grant (Sam Neil), Dr. Ellie Sattler Laura Dern), and Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum). Together with Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), they must save Owen and Claire’s adopted daughter Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon) from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, while simultaneously taking down an evil genetics conglomerate once and for all.


Top Gun: Maverick

The skies have never looked hotter. After 35 years Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is still flying high as the Navy’s premier test pilot, doing whatever he can to avoid being promoted in an effort to avoid being grounded. Now, Maverick is being called upon once again to train a new batch of Top Gun recruits for a mission that’ll test their strength and will. Along the way Maverick will have to face ghosts from his past that he’s tried desperately to bury. But, with the faith from old friends and the help of the son of the man he once called brother, Maverick is sure to come out stronger in the end.


Action movies coming to theaters in 2022:

Black Adam

From Warner Brothers and New Line Cinema comes the latest film in the ever expanding DC Universe, Black Adam. 5,000 years ago, Black Adam’s (Dwayne Johnson) son stepped in to protect his father and was killed. Upon this occurrence, Black Adam was gifted the power of the gods and quickly imprisoned and locked away for fear of how he would use those powers. Now, in the present day he has awakened with one thought on his mind…avenge his son’s death. Pitted up against the Justice Society, will Dr. Fate (Pierce Brosnan), Hawkman (Aldis Hodge), Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo), and Amanda Weller (Viola Davis) be able to stop him before it’s too late?

Accident Man: Hitman’s Holiday

Scott Adkins stars as Mike Fallon, a hitman that has decided to put himself into a self imposed retirement, is brought back to active duty to protect Wong Siu-ling’s (Sarah Chang),one of the baddest mafia bosses, ungrateful son’s life. Along for the ride is Fickney Fred (Perry Benson), an old friend of Mike’s, and yet another person whose life he has to protect. Together, they must find a way to beat out a host of top level assassins hellbent on ending this kid’s, and Fickney Fred’s lives. As if those demands weren’t enough, Mike must also jungle a third mission, rekindle what little relationship he has left with his father figure, Big Ray (Ray Stevenson). 

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

T’Challa, King of Wakanda has passed and now the nation of Wakanda is in turmoil. Following the death of their beloved king, The people of Wakanda must fight against the intervening world prowers as they try to make a move against Wakanda. Now, they must turn to, and get help from, Everett K. Ross (Martin Freeman) and Nakia (Lupita Nyong’o).


The Korean War was the first battle the US would participate in after the conclusion of World War II. It was a war that would last for 3 years and cost the American military more than 37,000 soldiers lives and wound more than 102,000. That being said, Devotion tells the tale of two of the Navy’s top elite fighter pilots Tom Hudner (Glen Powell) and Jesse Brown (Jonathan Majors), their risks and the heroic actions that made them the Navy’s most celebrated wingmen in history. 

Avatar: The Way of Water

Life on the beautiful planet of Pandora has been quiet and peaceful since Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) decided to stay with Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) and his new Navi family. All that peace comes to an end when a new group of Marines from Earth return after several years to finish what started years prior. Now it is up to Jake, Neytiri and the Navi to defend their home once again.

Which of these action movies will you see in theaters? Let your love of adrenaline push you to make the right choice.

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