Sixth entry is pretty dumb, with lots of car crashes.
Arnie's lawman vs. outlaw action tale gets pretty bloody.
Generic action flick has high body count, predictable plot.
Superman fights, learns life lessons in animated thriller.
Fewer playboy antics, but still plenty of violence.
Violent, stupid, offensive, unfunny "true crime" story.
Animated Iron Man adventure is convoluted and violent.
Action flick has high body count, big guns, little point.
Brutal but effective crime drama based on '70s UK TV series.
Teens may like violent sequel, but it's too much for kids.
Patriotism and extreme violence in tense action flick.
Forgettable remake has lots of explosions, war action.
Taut, tense submarine drama is entertaining despite cliches.
Fact-based thriller paints harsh picture of drug trade.
Exciting Tom Cruise classic has some intense scenes.
Fifth in violent action series is also least entertaining.
Bond returns for more racy, action-packed thrills.
Violent but blah martial arts tribute from rapper RZA.
Over-the-top violence, nudity, drugs in dark Stallone movie.
Extremely violent, ambiguous end to animated Batman saga.
Strange but interesting action sequel is ultra violent.
Real-life couple has chemistry in raunchy car-chase flick.
Extreme violence, drugs in intense comic book tale.
Controversial docudrama is both violent and political.
Non-stop action sequel holds its own against predecessors.