5 adventure movies on dogesflix you can’t miss

Adventure movies are one of the most difficult types to define, but like some other types of movies: “when you see it, you know what it is.” Adventure is grand, exciting, and usually epic. It usually focuses on the people who shoulder the mission. Its purpose includes reputation, wealth and glory. The best adventure movies can tell the excitement of exploration and discovery, going deep into the jungle, crossing the arid desert, or sailing in the open sea. The characters in the play include outrageous pirates, noble earls, mercenaries and bounty hunters, large whales, and even larger apes. Adventure movies can also invite other types of film peers, including fantasy and science fiction movies.

After the Second World War, the theme of adventure entered its prestigious era, including the historical epics Lawrence of Arabia and the man who is about to become a king, as well as the adventure stories in the African Queen and the great escape. It should be said here that there is a Western centered view, which is inherent in many adventure movies. This is “other” different countries and cultures. The hope that these movies can surpass these is their playful optimism and lighthearted fun.

At the turn of the century, adventure movies have successfully helped revive other types of movies that Hollywood generally considers to be box office poisons: Grand Theft movies (Zorro’s mask), advanced fantasy movies (the Lord of the rings), and even pirate movies (Pirates of the Caribbean) – Pirate movies were sent to David Jones’ locker after the “cutthroat island” sank of carolco pictures.

Since the 2012 fantasy drifting of the youth school, adventure movies such as fantasy forest, King Kong and the brave have made a comeback.

Now, continue to explore the 60 best adventure movies you can see now!

Three swordsmen (1921)


Consensus: no consensus has been reached.

Synopsis: in order to become a Musketeer, dardanion (douglasfairbanks) leaves his hometown for Paris. Soon after, he met… (more)

Starring: douglasfairbanks, leonbarry, georgesigman, Eugene parlet

Director: Fred niblo

King Kong (1933)


Film critics agreed that “King Kong” explored the soul of a monster and made the audience scream and cry throughout the film, which largely benefited from King Kong’s breakthrough in special effects.

Synopsis: actress Ann Darrow (Fay ray) and director Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong) go to the Indian Ocean for location shooting… (more)

Starring: Faye ray, Bruce Cabot, Robert Armstrong, Frank Rachel

Directors: Merian C. Cooper, Ernest B. sosak

Captain Blood (1935)


Consensus: no consensus has been reached.

Synopsis: in 17th century England, Dr. peterblood (Errol Flynn) treated the wound of an injured man… (more)

Starring: Errol Flynn, Olivia de Haviland, basil rasburn, Lionel Atwell

Director: Michael Curtis

Adventures of Robinhood (1938)


Critics agree that the legendary character played by errorflynn is exciting. This film reflects the imaginative family adventure tailored for the screen.

Synopsis: after Richard the lion heart is captured, his scheming brother Prince John (Claude Raines) attempts to ascend the throne to… (more)

Starring: Errol Flynn, Olivia de Haviland, basil rasburn, Claude Raines

Director: Michael Curtis, William Keeley

The wizard of Oz (1939)


Film critics agree that the wizard of Oz is absolutely a masterpiece. Its groundbreaking visual effects and skilled narrative skills can still resonate. It is a must see film for all ages.

Synopsis: when a tornado sweeps through Kansas, Dorothy (Judy Garland) and her dog Toto are brought home… (more)

Starring: Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, ray Borg, Bert Lars

Director: Victor Fleming