Which film will have the biggest impact on the next generation?

We’ve seen plenty of great action films over the years, but what films have left an indelible mark on the culture?

From Blade Runner to The Expendables, we’ve covered all the best and worst movies of all time.

Which of the following will have a bigger impact on your life?


The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 (2014) This adaptation of Suzanne Collins’ dystopian novel has garnered plenty of buzz for its themes of class inequality and the fear of the unknown.

It’s also been lauded for its cast, including Bradley Cooper and Ansel Elgort, and its star, Jennifer Lawrence.


The Avengers: Age of Ultron (2014-2016) If you haven’t seen the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, then you need to go watch it right now.

It is a cinematic marvel, and the second Avengers movie is an excellent example of how the world of the Avengers can be as big as the world itself.


Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2016)   This movie was the second film in a trilogy of Star Wars films, and it’s the biggest, and arguably best, of the three.

It was released on December 18, and was one of the biggest hits of the year.


The Dark Knight Rises (2012-2014)   Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy saw Batman go from a villain to a hero, and in the end, he became a real-life superhero.

Nolan himself said in a 2016 interview that he wanted to bring Batman back to life and create a new mythos for the character.


Avatar: The Last Airbender (2015-2017) There are few films that can make you feel like you’ve seen it all before.

Director Bryan Konietzko has done it again with Avatar, and we’ve seen everything from the most iconic moments of the movie to the most beloved.

The movie is one of my favourites in all of cinema.


Terminator Salvation (2004) Terminator Salvation is the first installment in the Terminator franchise, and while I love all the films in the franchise, it’s still the first that’s really stuck with me.

It also helped that the movie was directed by James Cameron, a man who is known for his incredible imagination and storytelling.


Captain America: The First Avenger (2008)   It’s hard to top the first Captain America movie, and I really loved it.

While I’m not a huge fan of Marvel’s more recent series, I do think it’s one of its best films.


The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies (2014-)   While The Hobbit is one that is well-known, it wasn’t the first to show that there is more to the world than just Middle Earth.

The Battle Of Five Armys shows us that there are more than just orcs and hobbits.


The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2003) The Lord Of The Rings trilogy is one I absolutely love.

It has a ton of great moments, but also some really disappointing ones.


Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2009) While I really love Transformers movies, this one is one where the writers really took a chance.

The Transformers movies were the first Transformers films, but they are also the first films to have a female protagonist.

They’re also the only films in franchise history that feature a female lead.

This was a great film for fans of the franchise and also for anyone who wanted to experience some of the coolest moments of all-time.


Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1993) Terminator 2 is one the greatest action films of all times.

It featured some of my favourite action scenes of all, and also one of one of most memorable.


The Matrix Reloaded (2013) The Matrix is one film that’s always been at the top of my list, and Matrix Reloaded is my favourite film in all-things-computer.


Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (1999) The Terminator trilogy is considered by many to be the most important film in Terminator history, and Rise of The Machines is the closest thing we have to a Terminator sequel.

It still stands as the most anticipated movie in the entire franchise.


The Last Jedi (2017) The Last Emperor trilogy is an amazing movie.

It just makes you want to be a Terminator fan.


Transformers Prime (2017-present) The Transformers franchise is the most popular franchise of all of them.

It makes you wonder if it will ever end, and you have no idea what could happen next.


Jurassic World (2017-) Jurassic World is a really interesting movie, even if the sequel is just as good as the first.


Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2006-2010) I love this film so much that I actually watched it once, and even though it’s a little on the slow side, it still made me smile