The Best Movies Of Ben Affleck’s Career

Robin Hood. The story of the Prince of Thieves has been told so many times that it can seem trite and overdone. Enter Russell Crowe, perhaps the greatest Robin Hood to ever don the tights and steal from the rich (all on behalf of the poor, of course). Again, viewers might recall Kevin Costner getting the job done in the forest, but there is little that this HD spectacular has in common with that film from nearly twenty years ago.

‘The Bourne Identity’ (2002). Matt Damon plays the starring role as Jason Bourne, a man who has suffered from amnesia and wants to recover his identity. Unfortunately for him, the Central Intelligence Agency is involved and things get complicated. Officially considered a spy film, the plot is packed with action as Bourne travels about Europe and eventually to Paris. This is just one of the first films in a series of spy movies that will keep you guessing until the end.

A trilogy series of an action-packed movie “The Matrix” is an amazing work of art that won four Academy Awards for Best sound effects, Best Film Editing, Best visual effects, Best sound and more. This film was a concept of famous film makers duo Wachowski Brothers. The movie has a lot of action, fabulous cast and a mind blowing story. You’ll definitely be pleased about the film for its engrossing plot and incredible scenes. This ageless action film is based on the story of the war between men and machines.

Avatar obviously makes the cut for any true James Cameron film. I had the privilege of going to the filming of Inside The Actor’s Studio with James Cameron, and it was amazing to hear everything he had to say about this movie. Sounds like the second installment will focus more on the underwater life of Pandora.

Rambo: An ex special forces guy who can take out an entire police department with a rock and some sharp sticks. The Rambo series show us that with enough will power and makeshift technology, one man can be “an army of one”. One thing you don’t want to do is get on Rambo’s bad side. And yes they’ve made too many in the series, Stallone obviously never says die.

Another movie that deserves to be discussed is Inside Man. In this bank heist thriller, Dafoe plays the role of Captain John Darius, the leader of the police force in charge of getting to the bottom of a bank job. It is a small role in a great film.

In the world of film, the Lord of the Rings is actually a trilogy, but most people remember the film that started it all: a small man (called a “hobbit”) with a mission to save the world from the growing presence of evil.

Sarah Shahi when I first News release [thethirdage.Net] saw her in the movie, kind of reminds me of Kat Von Dee with all her tattoos. Bullet to the Head has a lot of scenes shot at night. It also involves Sylvester Stallone and Sung Kang driving around in a fancy car, which is reminiscent of the Fast and the Furious films. The intense action scenes featuring brutal fist fights, people getting stabbed with knives, shot all over their body, explosions, usage of fire axes, and lots of blood are all well done.