Spinning off from the mainline Fast & Furious movies, bickering action duo Luke Hobbs and Deckard Shaw are pulled back into action by the CIA to track down Deckard’s sister Hattie and the deadly virus she’s carrying before it’s taken by villainous bionic supersoldier Brixton.
Canceled in May of last year by ABC, Designated Survivor was saved by Netflix for another season of political intrigue and conspiracy action as President Kirkman (Kiefer Sutherland) battles for re-election and Hannah Wells (Maggie Q) takes a new job at the CIA to investigate new global threats.
Following in the shoes of Arnold, The Rock, Vin Diesel and other action stars who eventually make at least one family comedy, Dave Bautista stars in My Spy, where he plays a CIA agent blackmailed by a nine-year-old girl who discovers him doing surveillance across the street from her home.
When his fiancée is killed in a terrorist attack, Mitch Rapp trains himself to get revenge, which draws the attention of the CIA who recruit him into a secret black ops program called Orion.
Based on the 2011 thriller from Joe Wright, Amazon is bringing Hanna to Prime Video in March with a new original series starring Esme Creed-Miles, Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman.
Master cat burglar and safecracker Eddie “Hudson Hawk” Hawkins is forced by both the CIA and vicious crime bosses to travel the globe and collect pieces of a Da Vinci machine that can allegedly turn lead into gold.
Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg are back with their fourth collaboration but this time they are taking a break from recreating real life events and instead switching to more standard action as a black ops CIA team tries to escort a valuable asset through a hostile city.
The sixth entry in the Mission: Impossible franchise is the first direct sequel of the series, picking up on the events of Rogue Nation as Ethan Hunt and the IMF team try and recover a trio of stolen plutonium orbs that will be used in a series of devastating attacks if not gotten back in time.
Zach and Chris dive into the random world of YouTube action movies and pulled out 1984’s ridiculous Swedish action movie, The Ninja Mission, for the latest Everything Action commentary.
Sicario: Day of the Soldado is a decent but wholly unnecessary sequel to Denis Villeneuve’s incredible 2015 thriller that finds Josh Brolin and Benicio Del Tor back in Mexico trying to start a war between two rival cartels.