1. Into The Blue (2005)
Scuba divers and want tobe treasure hunters, Sam and Jared live in the Bahamas. Unlike the conceited salvager Bates, Jared has to make do with a rickety old boat. A historic shipwreck is discovered by Jared and Sam, but close by is a crashed plane containing a large amount of cocaine. The treasure is sought after by Jared and Sam, while the drugs are sought after by their diving companions. Felonious criminals have figured out where the plane and cocaine are hidden. When the bad guys find out where Jared and Sam have hidden the drugs, they put their lives in jeopardy.
2. Fool’s Gold (2008)
A deep-sea treasure hunter named Benjamin Finnegan believes he’s found the find of a lifetime near the Key West island owned by a murderous rap star to whom Ben is obligated. Ben has recently been divorced from Tess, his long-time research and diving partner, and he’s broke. But he still loves her. She’s on board Nigel Honeycutt’s yacht, serving as a stewardess. A rival treasure hunter has been hired by the rapper. The rapper and his thugs must be kept at bay, and Ben must convince Nigel to help fund his search, as well as convince Tess to work with him. Will Ben be successful in finding a Spanish treasure that has lain dormant for centuries?
3. Jaws (1975)
Amity Island is experiencing a scorching summer as tourists flock to the island’s beaches. While investigating a shark attack, new Sheriff Martin Brody finds the remains of a swimmer who was killed by the shark. In the eyes of Mayor Larry Vaughn and a number of local businessmen, this is scandalous.
Brody relents in the face of his guilt after a young boy is killed by the predator on that same weekend. The mother of the dead boy posts a bounty on the shark’s head, and Amity soon becomes overrun with amateur hunters and fishermen eager to cash in on the reward. Local fisherman Quint, an expert in shark hunting, offers to go after the monster for a large fee. The Oceanographic Institute’s Quint, Brody, and Matt Hooper will be out at sea soon in search of the elusive Great White shark. After their first run-in with the monster, Brody correctly predicts that they’ll require a larger vessel.
4. Jaws 3-d (1983)
Former Amity Police Chief Martin Brody’s sons Mike and Sean now work at Sea World Orlando in various roles after their father electrocuted a shark at Cable Junction several years ago. Mike, a park engineer, is engaged to killer whale biologist Kathryn Morgan and contemplating marriage. Kelly Ann Bukowski, a water skier at the park, is also involved with Sean. ‘Undersea Kingdom’ at Sea World is about to open, bringing guests closer than ever before to marine life. A series of malfunctioning gates separate the park’s entrance from the ocean.
Once the gate is fixed, a young Great White Shark swims through it, and the maintenance diver never returns. Despite Kathryn’s best efforts, the young Great White dies in captivity after being captured and placed in a tank. Even more concerning is the fact that the baby shark’s 35-foot mother has followed it into the lagoon and is believed to have killed a maintenance diver. Mike and Kathryn, along with Sea World manager Calvin Bouchard and photographer Phillip Fitzroyce, must find a way to get rid of the shark before they or the guests become its next meal.
5. Beverly Hills Cop (1984)
When his best friend Mikey Tandino, who lives in California, pays a surprise visit to Detroit cop Axel Foley, he’s overjoyed. Mikey is assassinated in front of Axel not long after he arrives in Detroit by a man named Zack. Detective Billy Rosewood and his partner, Sergeant John Taggart, are tasked with keeping an eye on Axel after he follows Zack to Beverly Hills, California. Axel pays a visit to his art gallery-working friend Jenny Summers.
With Jenny’s help, Axel discovers that Zack works for Jenny’s boss, Victor Maitland, the man who owns the art gallery. The gallery is a front for Maitland, a drug lord, and after Maitland accused Mikey of stealing some of Maitland’s bonds, he had Zack kill Mikey. Axel does everything he can to prevent Maitland and Zack from killing any more people with the help of Jenny, Billy, and Taggart.
6. Kingsman: The Secret Service (2014)
Eggsy, a young man whose father died when he was a child, must deal with the creep his mother is currently dating and who abuses both of them. Goes to the creep’s friend and does a nasty thing to him. He gets arrested and he calls a number a man gave him around the time his father died, to call if he needs help. Harry, a stranger, approaches him and claims to be the one who helped him. He claims to have known his father, and he tells him as much. When the man Eggsy wronged wants vengeance, Harry is the only one who can handle him and his cronies.
Harry then tells Eggsy that he’s part of a secret organization called the Kingsman and his father was also part of it. He died trying to make the world safe. Eggsy accepts Harry’s offer to become a Kingsman. He has to go through a rigorous training program. Harry is investigating the death of another member of the Kingsman and the investigation takes him to a tech billionaire named Valentine, also known as V, who is curious about the Kingsman.
7. The Mechanic (2011)
Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham) is a ‘mechanic’ – an elite assassin with a strict code and unique talent for cleanly eliminating targets. To do this job well, one must be meticulous and detached at the same time. Bishop excels at both. When Harry (Donald Sutherland), Bishop’s mentor and close friend, is assassinated, he is anything but detached. The next task he sets for himself is to assassinate those responsible.
Harry’s son Steve (Ben Foster) approaches Bishop with the same vengeful goal and a desire to learn Bishop’s trade. This complicates Bishop’s mission considerably. But even though Bishop has always gone it alone, he can’t ignore Harry’s son any longer. A methodical assassin enlists the help of an impulsive college student, and the two form a lethal alliance. There is a risk that deceptions will come to light while pursuing their ultimate goal, and those hired to fix issues will become issues themselves.
8. The World’s End (2013)
The five childhood friends reunite 20 years after their epic pub crawl when one of them is determined to try the drinking marathon once more. Gary King, a 40-year-old stuck in his adolescence, convinces them to put on another show. He drags his recalcitrant friends back to their hometown and has them make another attempt to get to the fabled pub, The World’s End. While trying to reconcile the past and present, they come to understand that the real battle is for the future of humanity as a whole. The end of the world is the furthest thing from their minds.
9. Bangkok Dangerous (2008)
After picking someone off the street to do his errands, professional hit man Joe kills that person. As usual, he finds assistance from a street smart guy named Kong for his upcoming assignment in Bangkok. Kong asks Joe to train him after a near-fatal accident reveals who he is. Meanwhile, Joe befriends a local deaf girl and spends a lot of time with her. Joe, on the other hand, finds it difficult to conceal his secret life from her. In addition, it appears that Joe’s employer has broken Joe’s rule of complete anonymity and is attempting to track him down personally.
10. Showtime (2002)
When it comes to the LAPD, Detective Sergeant Mitch Preston only cares about getting the job done and catching criminals. Officer Trey Sellars of the Los Angeles Police Department joined the force as a part-time job while he pursued a career in acting. Mitch’s partner is shot with a very exotic 12-gauge automatic weapon during an undercover drug purchase that Trey botched by calling in for backup and drawing media attention.
Mitch then shoots the video camera out of the hands of a reporter filming the action when the cameraman refused to shut it down. Instead of fighting the lawsuit, the department agrees to let producer Chase Renzi film Mitch’s investigation for a new reality TV show, and constantly tries to make everything more “viewer friendly” by changing everything about Mitch’s life to fit the stereotypical view of police officers — and teams him up with Trey.
11. Miami Vice (2006)
Ricardo Tubbs is well-dressed and extremely well-informed. To find the people responsible for three murders, he goes undercover, living with Bronx-born Intel analyst Trudy and transporting drug loads into South Florida. To the untrained eye, Sonny Crockett’s presentation may appear unconventional, but procedurally, he is sound.
Sonny Crockett is charming and flirtatious until he falls in love with Isabella, the Chinese-Cuban wife of an arms and drugs trafficker, while working undercover for the South Florida group. Self-expression with the volume turned up and inhibitions unplugged makes the best undercover persona. For Crockett in his romance with Isabella and for Tubbs in the provocation of an assault on those he loves Crockett’s case pushes them out to the edge, where identity and fabrication blur, where cop and player become one.