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3 Best Movies Similar to HitMan You Must Watch

Today in these major franchises there are hardly any movies that are based on pure action. If there are they are not good enough to give it a watch. But there are directors who are trying hard or there were directors who made great action movies in the past which are still amazing to look at. There are many movies with fast cuts or continuous shots, movies that solely focus on action and do not much on the plot of the movie. They are just worthy enough to watch them. So sharing her just a handful of action movies that can help you go through the week.

JOHN WICK:

This movie was started out as an experimental movie but the audience loved it so much that now we have three parts f this movie. And every part is grander than the last one in terms of action. The movies are perfectly choreographed and each action scene is rehearsed so many times that they look just perfect. The movie also has some great cinematography when comes to action movies. Give this movie a chance and you will love it. The fourth part is on its way and we are excited about it.

NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN:

This movie is just a slow burn. It’s amazing how they made an action movie about a psychopath with this complex subtext. The movie was directed by the legendary Ethan Coen and Joel Coen also known as the Coen brothers. The movie at the front looks like a simple chase movie but beyond that, it’s a tale of fear, torment, grief, system failure, and loneliness. In its two hours runtime, there is not a single time when you will get bored.

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THE BOURNE SERIES:

It’s a three-part movie which is just pure action. This was the first time cut in a scene also known as action and reaction shot was perfectly used. This movie is one of the classical examples of the action genre and no one can say that they love action movies and have not watched this one. Matt Damon gives an extraordinary performance and that’s what people bought.

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