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No one like him I know some of u will argue why not Sylvester stallone but the terminator predator total recall terminator 2 judgement day true lies etc someone with that on his resume deserves to be number one.
Actor Rocky. Actor Double Impact. His father introduced him to martial arts when he saw his son was Apart from Bruce Lee the best martial artist in hollywood but what gives him such a high rating is the fact that he mixed up guns stunts and martial arts really well.
Actor Die Hard. Actor and musician Bruce Willis is well known for playing wisecracking or hard-edged characters, often in spectacular action films.
Walter Bruce One of the best Actors on the list he immortalized the guy at the wrong place at the wrong time persona. Actor Million Dollar Baby.
He had a comfortable, middle-class upbringing in nearby Piedmont. At school Actress Alien: Resurrection. Her father, TV producer Sylvester L.
Weaver Jr. Her mother, Elizabeth I know the list says action heroes but how could I forget the greatest action heroine of all time.
Actor Ngo si seoi. Hong Kong's cheeky, lovable and best known film star, Jackie Chan endured many years of long, hard work and multiple injuries to establish international success after his start in Hong Kong's manic martial arts cinema industry.
He is of Italian father and Polish and German mother descent. Cage changed his Actor Guardians of the Galaxy.
Vincent, an acting instructor and theatre manager, in an artists' The man who took the mantle of action hero from the greats of the old century and revolutionized it The best action hero of the 20th century so far and my favorite anti hero.
Actor Crank. He has also been a fashion model, black market salesman Actor The Nutty Professor. After his father died, his mother married Vernon Lynch, a foreman at a Actor Walker, Texas Ranger.
He also starred in Missing in Action and its sequels, Firewalker and Sidekicks He was an executive Actor Rocky IV. He lived in Stockholm until the age of 13, when he moved in with his grandparents in Nyland, Actor The Matrix.
Keanu Charles Reeves, whose first name means "cool breeze over the mountains" in Hawaiian, was born September 2, in Beirut, Lebanon.
He is the son of Patricia Taylor , a showgirl and costume designer, and Samuel Nowlin Reeves, a geologist. Keanu's father was born in Hawaii, of British, Willard Carroll "Will" Smith, Jr.
He has enjoyed success in television, film, and music. Incidentally, "Roundtree" would have been an equally studly name to give the main character.
Just sayin'. Maximus, "Gladiator" Maximus Russell Crowe just wants to go home and tend his crops, but he's too darn good at the whole Roman soldier thing.
His men don't follow Rome, they follow him, a fact which doesn't escape the canny emperor, Marcus Aurelius.
He sticks Maximus with the task of reviving Roman democracy, a noble idea that goes terribly wrong and lands our hero in the arena.
Luckily, Maximus is a man who just needs a sword, and he'll whip up a revolution before taking a permanent furlough. Is he man or machine?
Well, sort of both! Luckily, it's the future and so the powers that be made him into RoboCop, the ultimate Detroit lawman.
He's a crime-fighting hunk of mighty metal that still has heart and a sense of humor—despite, or maybe thanks to his, well, robotic, delivery.
Max Mel Gibson started off as a nice fellow who was just trying to keep his family together as society crumbled around them.
Apocalyptic landscapes have a way of wiping out wives and children, though, leaving a man with only motorcycle leathers, a Ford Interceptor and a sawed-off shotgun alone on the road to revenge.
Despite his ruthless, snarling, survivalist exterior, Max has still got a soft spot for helpless things, and the scars and limp to prove it.
Alice, The "Resident Evil" Series Alice Milla Jovovich is the Energizer Bunny of 21st century action. She just keeps going and going, tirelessly pumping bullets into zombies and Umbrella Corporation minions alike.
Ever evolving, she's adept at martial arts, packed with superpowers and a natural leader whose charm extends even to her own clones.
She's also possessed of an amazing wardrobe. We have no idea where Alice is going or, frankly, where she's coming from but we can't wait to see what else they throw at her.
Salander is the mohawked and body modded heroine of Stieg Larsson's bestselling Millennium Trilogy; she's a hacker who enjoys sticking it to the misogynists and bullies of the world, and she gives a mean revenge tattoo.
Noomi Rapace of Prometheus fame blew the doors off "Dragon Tattoo" and its two follow-ups, and Rooney Mara took over as the bony badass in David Fincher's remake.
John Rambo, The "Rambo" Series Sylvester Stallone wasn't content with one iconic character to be endlessly sequelized.
He had to one-up Rocky Balboa by taking his disturbed and perpetually misunderstood war vet character from "First Blood" and drop him into the jungle to rescue POWs and singlehandedly win the Vietnam War for America.
Sly set the bar high for 'roided-out men to carry out missions wearing little more than a bandanna and patriotism.
Sanjuro Kuwabatake, "Yojimbo" Toshiro Mifune is perhaps the biggest action hero ever committed to celluloid. Among his sixteen collaborations with master filmmaker Akira Kurosawa, "Yojimbo" is their chanbara masterpiece.
Sanjuro pits two rival gangs against each other through careful subterfuge, but when it comes time to finally take out the trash, this ronin delivers, one deadly slice at a time.
Mifune's wordless expressions, posture and body language radiated more detailed character history than a 5-minute monologue, and paved the way for other wandering, laconic heroes like Mad Max and The Man With No Name.
The Bride, "Kill Bill: Vol. If you're buff and armed, it's not hard to be tough. But try being shot in the head on your wedding day while you're pregnant, then slipping into a coma, only to wake up during a sexual assault.
Who besides The Bride Uma Thurman could crawl back from that and exact serious samurai-sword revenge on double-crossing assassin colleagues?
Not every man can be a hero. Sometimes, a guy just has to look out for himself, especially if he's only got one eye to do it. That's Snake.
We heard he was dead, but… He has no starry-eyed sense of duty and no desire to save the world. Snake Kurt Russell doesn't spend time moping about whether he's strong or courageous enough.
He just acts, scrapes the mess off his boots, and moves on. Lee, "Enter the Dragon" Bruce Lee brought kung fu to the U.
As a Shaolin-trained martial artist, his Lee is not only well-versed in the ways of hit-chop-pow-kick-boom, he's also got a rich, gooey spiritual center that enables him to beat every bad guy that comes at him.
He takes them all down during a martial arts competition on an island controlled by a drug lord, as all such islands are.
What's better than a high-tech superhero who rockets through the atmosphere and shoots missiles from his hands? One who's also a billionaire, bad-boy genius who excels at wickedly irreverent repartee.
This ladykiller played by Robert Downey, Jr. Sarah Connor, "The Terminator" Series The patron saint of mama bears, Sarah Connor Linda Hamilton could have done a lot of things differently.
She could have ignored the sexy time traveler, used protection while sleeping with him, or even decided to give baby John up for adoption.
Instead, she willingly embraced the role of Mother to Humanity's Savior, transforming herself into a lean and mean guerilla fighter, determined to teach John the ways of warfare.
It's too bad she didn't stop to bake him cookies once in awhile, but she takes knives and bullets for him, and that's much cooler. Batman, "The Dark Knight" Trilogy Forget about Bruce Wayne.
He died that fateful night at the opera, right beside his parents. There is only Batman, the angry, grieving shadow played by Christian Bale who will always save Gotham from its worst elements and impulses, and who will never bend or crack his personal code of defense.
No guns. No killing. No exceptions. He's a character that's moved beyond origin stories, powers and special skills, and right into the realm of symbolic.
We don't need to know who Batman is—just that he's out there, fighting on our side. Terminator, "The Terminator" Series Good or bad, Terminators never quit, and this franchise might not, either.
Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a bad Terminator in the first film and a good Terminator in the second, and there are also other kinds of Terminators like the T that can turn itself into liquid and the scary T models that's just an endoskeleton and… yeah.
You get the idea. It's possible the only thing that could stop these unstoppable cyborgs is a bad box office.
Harry Callahan, "Dirty Harry" As cold and unforgiving as his legendary. He'll do whatever it takes to protect the innocent and punish the guilty, even if it means putting his foot very firmly down on a suspect.
But don't let the steel jaw fool you. This is a cop who agonizes over every lost case, becoming that much meaner the next time around.
Indiana Jones, "Indiana Jones" Series George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, both at the height of their creative powers, decided to craft the ultimate Saturday matinee hero for today's, well, 's audiences.
Globetrotting, grave-robbing college professor Dr. Jones Harrison Ford had brains as well as a bullwhip, combined with little patience as demonstrated in the famous "shooting the swordsman" gag.
Not to quote the advertising or whatever, but if adventure has a name, it must be Indiana Jones. The '80s had their fair share of gun-toting hero cops, but what makes McClane stand out from the crowd is he's not some unkillable hyper-buff pituitary lunkhead.
He's just a regular dude who smokes too much, gets winded and cries when pulling shards of glass out of his bare feet. Bruce Willis makes taking out terrorists without getting his ass shot off look like hard work, proving he who has the most wisecracks has the last laugh.
Jason Bourne, The Bourne Trilogy The realistic approach to the spy genre even eventually influenced Daniel Craig's more serious take on Bond, making him the first "post-Bourne" Damon's character became a more relentless, hard-charging robot in the sequels, but the original makes you feel for a guy rediscovering his own sense of self after being trained as a government murder machine.
Oh, and car chases? He's got that covered. Ellen Ripley, "Alien" Ellen Sigourney Weaver is one hardcore space jockey who goes toe to, uh, hideous claw-thing with the icky H.
Giger-designed Xenomorphs. When she's not blowing away hideous creatures that want to impregnate her with their disgusting, chest-bursting spawn, she's chilling with her cat Jones.
That's just how she rolls. However you prefer your Bond—stirred with a Sean Connery brogue, chased with a dash of Roger Moore, served by Pierce Brosnan or shaken by a pair of bulging Daniel Craig biceps—you can't help but admit that no action hero looks better in a well-tailored suit with a martini in his hand.
Jack Sparrow, "The Pirates of the Caribbean" Series It's easy for a man to be quick on his feet and ready to aim when he's sober. Bullitt, "Bullitt" The quiet cool.
Neo, The "The Matrix" Trilogy Neo Keanu Reeves might not be the first gravity-defying kung fu hero, but we'll cut him some slack since he's also a computer hacker who takes a mysterious pill and journeys down into rabbit hole of The Matrix.
Sing, "Kung Fu Hustle" Guys like Sammo Hung and Jackie Chan had brought a lot of overt silent-cinema-inspired comedy to their martial arts movies, but Stephen Chow opted to give this character and the zany movie surrounding him a cartoon feel.
Luke Skywalker, The Original "Star Wars" Trilogy Luke Skywalker Mark Hamill may never live some things down whining, kissing his sister, snubbing Yoda's advice , but as heroes go, he's pretty darn cool.
Foxy Brown, "Foxy Brown" Shaft changed the face of black masculinity in action cinema, but Pam Grier punched her way out of beauty school and into the hormonal hearts of any year-old boy who saw her kick ass and look good doing it.
William Wallace, "Braveheart" Betrayed, beaten, bedraggled Yu Shu Lien, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" Ang Lee's transcendent heroine, played by Michelle Yeoh, is as poetically beautiful in appearance as she is flitting over rooftops in mid-air wuxia battles.
Han Solo, The Original "Star Wars" Trilogy A reluctant and roguish hero, Han Solo Harrison Ford sort of gets roped into this whole saving-the-galaxy business, but he's someone you'd want on your side no matter what.
Aragorn, "The Lord of the Rings" Trilogy He's 87 years old, but he doesn't look a day over 40, despite a long, hard and sad life roaming Middle Earth as a Ranger.
Superman, The "Superman" Movies Superman is heroism and perfection incarnate, more so because everything in his origin story—destroyed planet, adopted, lonely outsider, godlike superpowers—could have tilted him to antihero or villain.
Blade, The "Blade" Trilogy Wesley Snipes plays a bloodsucker's worst nightmare—a half-vamp with all of their strengths, none of their weaknesses and serious grudge against fangers.
Ethan Hunt, The "Mission: Impossible" Series Tom Cruise is still riding high on Ethan Hunt, the super spy who's been saving the world from nuclear missiles, deadly viruses and other dangers for over ten years.
Major Alan "Dutch" Schaefer, "Predator" It's easy to dismiss Dutch again, Arnold Schwarzenegger as just another muscle-bound soldier, all guns and glory, but Dutch didn't to be a major by relying on his massive biceps.
Ah Jong, "The Killer" Two. John Matrix, "Commando" Matrix Arnold Schwarzenegger is a mountain of a man, seemingly hewn out of the massive pine trees he chops for firewood at his secluded cabin.
Shaft, "Shaft" Who's the black private dick that's a sex machine to all the chicks? Maximus, "Gladiator" Maximus Russell Crowe just wants to go home and tend his crops, but he's too darn good at the whole Roman soldier thing.
Mad Max Rockatansky, The "Mad Max" Trilogy Max Mel Gibson started off as a nice fellow who was just trying to keep his family together as society crumbled around them.
Lisbeth Salander, "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo" Salander is the mohawked and body modded heroine of Stieg Larsson's bestselling Millennium Trilogy; she's a hacker who enjoys sticking it to the misogynists and bullies of the world, and she gives a mean revenge tattoo.
John Rambo, The "Rambo" Series Sylvester Stallone wasn't content with one iconic character to be endlessly sequelized.
Sanjuro Kuwabatake, "Yojimbo" Toshiro Mifune is perhaps the biggest action hero ever committed to celluloid. Iron Man, The "Iron Man" Series and "The Avengers" What's better than a high-tech superhero who rockets through the atmosphere and shoots missiles from his hands?
Terminator, "The Terminator" Series Good or bad, Terminators never quit, and this franchise might not, either.
Harry Callahan, "Dirty Harry" As cold and unforgiving as his legendary. Indiana Jones, "Indiana Jones" Series George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, both at the height of their creative powers, decided to craft the ultimate Saturday matinee hero for today's, well, 's audiences.
John McClane, "Die Hard" Series The '80s had their fair share of gun-toting hero cops, but what makes McClane stand out from the crowd is he's not some unkillable hyper-buff pituitary lunkhead.
Ellen Ripley, "Alien" Ellen Sigourney Weaver is one hardcore space jockey who goes toe to, uh, hideous claw-thing with the icky H.Mit dieser Personalisierung werden Kinderuhren zu etwas ganz Persönlichem und Einzigartigem. Deutscher Titel. Predator Zurück Weiter. Der Film startete am 7.