This week of Novemberof 20 at 26, our selection of films on TV has lots of action and adventure that you can’t miss. Discover the list of suggestions.
If you like films with adventure, action and suspense then you’ve found the right list of the best films to watch on TV. In addition to action you will also find war, comedy and horror. Have fun the week of November 20th to 26th and tell us which feature film you’re going to start with. Good movies!
Monday, November 20, 22H55at FOX Movies
Directed by Mark L. Lester, “Commando” premiered in 1985 and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as its protagonist.
An action-packed film that you can watch on Fox Movies.
“A retired elite commando only has hours to find and rescue his daughter from the clutches of an exiled dictator.”
Tuesday, November 21st, 8:35 pm, on Cinemamundo
War and comedy are two genres that don’t always appear together, but that you can find in the film “The Traffickers”, by Todd Phillips.
“In 2005, during the Iraq War, David Packouz and Efraim Diveroli, two young men from Miami, obtained a contract from the Pentagon to arm US allies in Afghanistan worth around 300 million dollars. But do they realize the risks they are putting themselves into?”
Wednesday, November 22nd, 21H10at the AXN Movies
“Quick Revenge” is a film directed by George Tillman, Jr. and starring Dwayne Johnson. As the title indicates, it is an unmissable revenge film, with a focus on action.
“After 10 years in prison, Driver (Dwayne Johnson) has one goal – to avenge the murder of his brother during a botched bank robbery that also led to his own arrest. Now that he’s a free man with a deadly to-do list in hand, he can finally begin his mission, but there are two men hot on his trail – a veteran cop (Billy Bob Thornton) just days away from retirement, and a young, self-centered assassin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen) with a gift for the art of killing and a newfound opponent.”
“A life-or-death race to the bottom of the list begins, as the mystery surrounding his brother’s murder deepens and new details emerge along the way hinting that Driver’s list may be incomplete.”
TWO MOVIES TO SEE ON THE HOLLYWOOD CHANNEL
THE FORCE ON ALERT
Thursday,23 from November, 19h45, na HOLLYWOOD CANAL
Directed by Andrew Davis, “The Force on Alert” is a suspense and action film released in 1992. Steve Seagal is the main actor in this story that was nominated for several awards such as the Oscar for Best Sound Mixing, the Oscar for Best Sound Editing and the MTV Movie Award: Best Action Scene.
“A boat returns to the United States with missiles on board and is boarded by a group of disguised robbers.”
Friday, November 24th, 15H20 nO HOLLYWOOD CANAL
Steve McQueen directed the 2018 film “Widows”, a story of overcoming and female empowerment. A story not to be missed on the Hollywood Channel with Viola Davis (“The Woman King“), Elizabeth Debicki and Michelle Rodriguez (“Furious speed“) in the main cast.
“The story of four women with nothing in common except the debt left by their late husbands’ crimes. In Chicago, tensions rise as these women take their destiny into their own hands and plan the future on their terms…”
KNOCK OFF – CASH
Saturday, November 25th,20h55 at the Cinemamundo
“Marcus Ray is a salesman for a pants brand who lives big in Hong Kong. When he tries to prove that he is innocent of counterfeiting merchandise, he stumbles upon a conspiracy by the Russian mafia, which is trying to place a new weapon on the international terrorism black market: a micro-bomb.”
Sunday, 26 in November, 23h45, no TVCine TOP
“Bodies, Bodies, Bodies”, the new horror film from A24 had its national premiere at the Festival MotelX.
It’s a promising teen horror film directed by Halina Reijn. Don’t miss it on the TVCine Top channel (subscription required).
“During a holiday weekend, a group of friends decide to play a murder game called ‘bodies bodies’, where two participants are tasked with being the killers without the others knowing.”
What are the films on TV that you won’t miss this week?