CIA analyst Jack Ryan must thwart the plans of a terrorist faction that threatens to induce a catastrophic conflict between the United States and Russia's newly elected president by detonating a nuclear weapon at a football game in Baltimore.
Turn off the lights, throw a blanket over your screen, and simply give yourself to Freeman's soothing, omniscient voice. It doesn't matter what film you pick from this collection. He speaks in all of them.
After playing arrogant jock asshole O'Bannion in Linklater's 1993 teen-comedy 'Dazed and Confused', Ben Affleck has had plenty of occasion to play arrogant mobster assholes, arrogant angelic assholes, and arrogant corporate assholes. Personally we can't wait to see him play an arrogant crime-fighting asshole!
Thrillers featuring Ben Affleck both in front of and behind the camera. The only thing we don't have in this list is movies where Ben Affleck is literally manning the camera. 'Gone Girl' and 'Argo' are both must watch!
Apparently Washington in the 1990s was pretty dangerous, judging by movies like 'Air Force One' and 'Clear and Present Danger' - thank God Harrison Ford was active at the time, or the whole country would have been screwed.
This collection of contemporary cold-war thrillers serves as excellent preparation for Cold-War round 2, once Putin reveals his master plan (and impenetrable titanium endoskeleton). Make sure to check out 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' a watch for a great gritty spy-flick!
Modern movies in the vein of the Bourne trilogy: from MI6 to CIA, FBI to DEA, this list features the best of contemporary ass-kicking agents as they teach terrorists their place. Our question: when are they going to make a movie about a tough-nut NSA agent who can monitor conversations like no other?
Politics has never looked so exciting as in these tense political thrillers, in which crooked politicians, rogue agents, and espionage abound. Make sure to check out 'Argo' for a gripping depiction of the 1980 Iranian crisis!