These 15 Movies Are Instantly Entertaining and Keep Getting Better

I love it when you put on a good movie, and it just keeps getting better. So, I have carefully curated a list of films that do just that. Have you seen them?

1. Hot Fuzz (2007)

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Edgar Wright’s movie Hot Fuzz is full of curiosities that will quench your thirst for mysterious events. The movie is about two police officers (Simon Pegg and Nick Frost) investigating a mysterious death in West Country village. The lack of interest of the villagers and local police entangles these police officers.

2. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (1996)

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The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly is a film for stylish gunfights fans. This film is directed by Sergio Leone and is set on three gunslingers (Lee Van Cleef, Eli Wallach, and Clint Eastwood.) They compete for a fortune in a buried cache of Confederate gold. They also participate in numerous confrontations and battles.

3. Goodfellas (1990)

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If you are always looking for a good mafia movie, Martin Scorsese’s film Goodfellas is for you. The story is about Henry Hill (Ray Liotta), enchanted by crimes and the mafia. Due to his interest, he started working as a local caporegime. Slowly, he moves toward serious crimes.

4. The Dark Knight (2008)

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Based on the comic superhero story, Christopher Nolan’s film, The Dark Knight, is a time-worthing film for comic lovers. The story is set on vigilante Batman (Bruce Wayne), police lieutenant, and district attorney Harvey Dent. They have to control the crimes caused by the Joker in Gotham City.

5. Speed (1994)

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If you are looking for a terrorist attacks-based film, Speed is an action film for you. With the direction of the Jan de Bont’s, it stars Keanu Reeves, who plays the role of Jack Traven. The film is set on a bus hijacked by a terrorist. The terrorist warned to explode the bus if the speed falls below 50 miles per hour.

6. The Fifth Element (1997)

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Directed by Luc Besson, The Fifth Element is for the audience who are always thrilled by science fiction concepts. The story revolves around Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis), a taxicab driver and former special forces major. They have to ensure the survival of the planet Earth.

7. Underwater (2020)

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Fans looking for a combination of science, fiction, thrill, and horror scenes in a single sitting should watch Underwater. It is a William Eubank film starring Kristen Stewart and Vincent Cassel. The film is about a group working in a drilling facility at the ocean’s bottom. Due to an earthquake, this group encounters a hostile creature.

8. The Town (2010)

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The Town is one of Ben Affleck’s most thrilling crime-based films. The movie is set on a Boston bank robber (Ben Affleck). He falls in love with one of his victims from his previous robberies. During this period, he and his gang are on a mission to rob Fenway Park.

9. Minority Report (2002)

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Steven Spielberg’s film Minority Report is a crime-based film involving the factors of science fiction, action, and thrill. The film is set in 2054 in Washington. Here, a police department gets an advantage from three psychics called “precogs.” Psychics give the department foreknowledge about the crimes.

10. Baby Driver (2017)

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Baby Drive is a film that fulfills the wills of action and crime-based action cinema fans. With Edgar Wright as a director, its story revolves around a gateway driver (Ansel Elgort) and his girlfriend (Lily James). The driver is the only survivor of a car accident in which he lost his parents in childhood. He struggles to get out of the life of crime.

11. Big Trouble in Little China (1986)

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It is a fantasy action comedy film directed by John Carpenter. The story is about the truck driver Jack (Kurt Russell). He helps his friend Wang Chi (Dun) by rescuing her fiancée from bandits in Chinatown. They meet a sorcerer who needs a woman like Wang’s fiancee to escape an old curse.

12. Bullet Train (2022)

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Bullet Train is David Leitch’s film, full of real thrill and action with a touch of genuine comedy. The film revolves around Ladybug (Brad Pitt), an American assassin suffering from anxiety. He considers himself lucky; during his ride on a bullet train, he must battle fellow killers.

13. Crank (2006)

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A mafia-based film, Crank, Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor’s film is based on true crime, action, and thrill. The film is set on Chev Chelios (Jason Statham), a Los Angeles-based hitman. The mafia poisons him and keeps his adrenaline flowing constantly to keep him alive. Here, Chev tracks the man who is poisoning him.

14. Full Metal Jacket (1987)

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Directed by Stanley Kubrick, Full Metal Jacket is perfect for the audience who are always excited to enjoy war-based action. The story is set in a platoon of U.S. Marines, Joker (Matthew Modine) and Pyle (Vincent D’Onofrio). Both Joker and Pyle struggle under their abusive drill instructor. Their experiences in Vietnamese cities are also depicted in the film.

15. Jurassic Park (1993)

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Jurassic Park is a science-based fictional film, one of the superhit Steven Spielberg’s films. The film is set on John Hammond (Richard Attenborough), a wealthy businessman. He has created a wildlife park of dinosaurs on the fictional island of Isla Nublar. An industrial sabotage shut down this park’s security and power facilities.

Top 25 Popular TV Shows That Would NEVER Be Made Today

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There is no contesting that pop culture is evolving, and what was acceptable in the past is being corrected for today. For example, many hit TV series were massive successes and would never be made today. Here are the top 25.

A Dish Best Served Cold: 12 Movies to Satisfy Your Thirst for Revenge

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Some of the most exciting films have been based on this desire for revenge. These films are suspenseful, full of action, and hard to figure out morally, with both vigilantes and people looking for payback. From classic Westerns to current thrillers and thought-provoking dramas, these films will satisfy your thirst for revenge.

16 Popular Movies That Bombed at the Box Office With Cult Followings Today

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Success doesn’t always come immediately in the unpredictable world of movies, and the first box office numbers don’t always tell the whole story. Some films that didn’t do well when they were in theaters have since developed a loyal cult following.

These movies were once ignored or passed over, but they have now won over viewers in ways that no one could have predicted based on how poorly they did at the box office.

Saturday Morning Memories: 25 Best Cartoons From the ‘60s and ‘70s

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Step into a time machine and return to the 1960s and 1970s, when Saturday morning cartoons were bright and exciting. These two decades were an excellent time for cartoon entertainment.

TVs came to life with various fun characters, crazy adventures, and catchy theme songs that people who grew up watching them still remember. Let’s dive into the magical world of classic Saturday morning cartoons.

25 Nostalgic Movies Everyone Needs to See at Least Once in Their Lifetime

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Take a trip down memory lane with this hand-picked list of classic films that have forever changed the face of cinema. These movies represent the spirit of different times and genres, from inspiring stories of friendship and adventure to terrifying suspense and beautiful romance.