1. Gods Of Egypt (2016)
Set, the ruthless dark god, has seized control of Egypt’s throne, throwing the once-prosperous empire into disarray. Few have the guts to stand up to him. Using the help of the powerful god Horus, a young thief whose love was abducted by the god sets out to dethrone and defeat Set.
2. Warcraft (2016)
When the evil fel magic that uses life-force decimates the Orcs of Draenor, powerful warlock Gul’dan opens a portal to Azeroth and gathers the Orc clans to form the Horde.
To maintain the portal’s openness, he also captures a large number of prisoners. According to the apprentice of the magician Khadgar, fel magic has been found in dead bodies. The king decides to call upon the Guardian of Tirisfal, Medivh, to help protect Azeroth.
During their journey to Kharazhan to meet Medivh, Lothar and Khadgar are confronted by an ominous shadow who holds out a book to Khadgar, who takes it and runs away. Orcs attack Anduin, Khadgar, Medivh, and a group of soldiers, and they capture King Llane’s freed slave Garona, who leads them to the portal.
The chief of a Durotan Orc clan contacts Garona, requesting a meeting with King Llane in order to stop the fel magic. Khadgar, meanwhile, learns that someone in Azeroth assisted in opening the gate. Which of Garona and Durotan, if either, is a traitor?
3. X-men: Apocalypse (2016)
Because of this, he has been revered as a god since the dawn of recorded history. First and most powerful mutant in the X-Men universe, Apocalypse gathered the powers of many other mutants, making him immortal as well as impervious to all attacks from other mutants.
A disillusioned Magneto is awakened after thousands of years to find a world that has been corrupted by mankind. He forms a team with other powerful mutants, including a dejected Cyclops, to restore order to the universe under his rule. It’s up to Raven and the young X-Men to stop their greatest enemy and save mankind from annihilation, as the fate of the Earth is on the line.
4. The Legend Of Hercules (2014)
The tyrannical rule of the king is overthrown and peace is restored to a troubled land in Ancient Greece 1200 B.C. when a queen yields to Zeus’ lust and bears a son. Hercules, the prince, on the other hand, has no idea who he really is or what he’s here for. In his heart, he longs only for Hebe’s love, whom he believes to be his brother’s
When Hercules discovers his true destiny, he is faced with a difficult choice: abandon his true love and become the greatest hero of all time. This gripping epic tells the story behind one of history’s most enduring myths: a tale of love, sacrifice, and the power of the human spirit.
5. Hercules (2014)
Approximately 1400 B.C., a tortured being, neither human nor divine, walked the Earth. Hercules was Zeus’s son and a formidable warrior. As a result, he was doomed to suffer the rest of his days.
This dark, weary soul had turned his back on the gods after twelve long, arduous labors and the death of his family. He found his only solace in bloody conflict. Over time, he grew fond of a group of six people who had nothing in common other than a passion for combat and a fear of death. These warriors don’t think twice about where they fight, why they fight, or even who they’re fighting for, much less how much they’re going to be paid. These mercenaries have now been hired by the King of Thrace to help train his army to become the most powerful force in history’s history.
As their reputation grows, it’s time for this band of misfits to see how far they’ve fallen. They must now train an army to match their ruthlessness and bloodlust.
6. The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug (2013)
In order to face Mirkwood Forest’s dangers without the Wizard, Thorin and Company must first seek help from a powerful stranger who has successfully crossed the Misty Mountains.
The dwarves’ contract with Bilbo Baggins will be fulfilled if they make it to Lake-town, a human settlement. The group must make it to Lonely Mountain, and burglar Baggins must find the Secret Door to gain access to Smaug’s treasure. The party must complete their journey. And what happened to Gandalf? And what exactly is he up to down south?
7. Alexander (2004)
With his armies, Alexander the Great conquered 90 percent of the known world by the time he was 25 years old, marching 22,000 miles through sieges and conquests.
Alexander the Great led his armies against the powerful Persian Empire from Macedonia (now part of Greece), drove them west to Egypt, and then east to India. There will be a lot of focus on Hephaestion’s eight years of battles in this film, as well as his relationship with him as a young man and his battle partner.
Alexander was only 33 when he passed away from an illness. In addition to paving the way for the spread of Greek culture (and, centuries later, Christianity), Alexander’s conquests also cleared the way for the Roman Empire’s expansion. As a result of Alexander’s bloody yet unifying conquest, the world as we know it today may not have existed.
8. The Legend Of Tarzan (2016)
After his parents died in Africa, John Clayton was raised by an ape and was known as Tarzan, but he and Jane Porter, the woman he fell in love with and married, eventually left Africa for his parents’ home in England. In order to see what he has done to help the country, Belgian King Leopold sends him to Africa to see for himself. At first, he’s reluctant to accept our help.
However, George Washington Williams, an American, is pleading with him to accept so that he can go along with them. In order to achieve his goal, Leopold may be willing to commit any number of atrocities, including slavery, according to this theory. Clayton agrees, and his wife insists on going with him because she is homesick for Africa and wishes she could go back there.
They are attacked by Rom, a Leopold employee, and Tarzan and Jane are taken prisoner. He manages to elude capture with the help of Washington and sets out to rescue Jane by crossing the jungle. Despite being told that he may not make it, Washington decides to join him.
9. The Last Witch Hunter (2015)
The modern world is full of mysteries, but one of the most shocking is the existence of witches, malevolent supernatural beings intent on bringing about the Black Death throughout the world.
In the course of centuries, armies of witch hunters battled the supernatural enemy all over the world, including Kaulder, a brave warrior who managed to kill the all-powerful Queen Witch and decimate her adherents in the process. Kaulder is cursed with immortality just moments before the Queen dies, separating him from his wife and daughter for all time.
Currently, Kaulder is the only surviving member of his species, and he has dedicated the better part of his life to hunting down witches and searching for his long-lost family. As it turns out, the Queen Witch has been resurrected, and she is on the hunt for her killer. This sets off an epic battle that will determine the fate of humanity.
10. Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)
An ancient tournament pits Earth Realm warriors against those of the Outworld in Mortal Kombat.
When Liu Kang and a select group of fighters defeated Shang Tsung, they were able to keep the peace on Earth for at least another generation. After the events of the first film, the Earth realm’s warriors enjoy a brief respite before an invasion by evil forces from another dimension causes havoc on the planet.
Shao Kahn and his generals, including Motaro, Rain, Ermac, Sheeva, and Sindel, lead the Outworlders. The Earth realm is about to merge with the Outworld if Liu Kang, Raiden, Jax, Sonya, and Kitana don’t defeat Shao Kahn in six days.
11. Priest (2011)
INTERNATIONAL SCI-FI THRIFT PRIEST takes place in a world that has been torn apart by centuries of bloody conflict between humans and vampires. Legendary Warrior Priest from the last Vampire War now lives in obscurity among the other downtrodden people of the walled-in dystopian cities ruled by the Church, revolves around the story.
In order to save his niece from being turned into one of the vampires, Priest must break his sacred vows and go on a quest to find her before it’s too late. A young wasteland sheriff with a gun in his hand and a former Warrior Priestess with otherworldly fighting skills join him on his crusade.
12. Your Highness (2011)
History is littered with tales of brave, handsome knights saving fair damsels from dragons and defeating evil. Many heroes have a good-for-nothing younger brother trying to stay out of harm’s way from dragons, evil, and mischief in general.
Before their kingdom is destroyed, two princes embark on a dangerous mission to save their homeland: they must rescue the heir apparent’s fiancée. Thadeous (McBride) has lived his entire life watching his ideal older brother Fabious (Franco) go on heroic quests and win the hearts of his people. Disgruntled at having adventure, admiration, and the monarchy passed him by in favor of easy money, he has chosen to live amongst wizard’s weed and hard liquor instead.
Fabious’ future bride, Belladonna (Zooey Deschanel), is kidnapped by Leezar (Justin Theroux), and the king issues an ultimatum to his slacker son: Either help rescue her or be cut off from the kingdom. Thadeous joins Fabious on a perilous journey through the dangerous wastelands to free the princess, only half-heartedly embarking on his first quest.
Before they can reach Belladonna, the brothers must defeat horrifying creatures and treacherous knights with the help of Isabel (Natalie Portman), an elusive warrior with a dangerous agenda of her own. Thadeous can help his brother save his homeland if he can discover his inner hero. By continuing to be a couch potato, he not only dies a cowardly death, but he also gets to see the dawn of a brand new Dark Ages.