Five must-see action movies from the ’90s that you can watch on Star +

During the 90s, different action films were released that became favorites of the public, especially at the time when they went to video stores to see the latest releases.

Names like Bruce Willis and Nicolas Cage became common in the genre, starring in various films during those years.

Within this framework, we leave you five unmissable and remembered action movies from the ’90s that you can enjoy on Star +.

Five action movies from the ’90s

Presidential Plane (see trailer HERE)

The president of the United States (Harrison Ford) is kidnapped by terrorists. After this, he fights back with fists and ingenuity aboard the narrow plane, while the vice president (Glenn Close) makes a negotiation effort from the White House.

Contracara (see trailer HERE)

An FBI agent (John Travolta) and a psychopathic killer (Nicolas Cage) exchange identities and faces in John Woo’s riveting action-adventure film.

Die Hard 3: Revenge (watch trailer HERE)

Detective John McClane (Bruce Willis) is back and he’s about to face the worst day of his life. A skilled terrorist (Jeremy Irons) is determined to wreak havoc in the city unless his demands are met. McClane, along with an unlikely hero (Samuel L. Jackson), find themselves caught up in his twisted game of cat and mouse.

The Rock (see trailer HERE)

Millions of lives hang in the balance when a deranged military man (Ed Harris) takes control of Alcatraz Island, threatening to launch poison gas missiles on San Francisco. A chemical weapons expert (Nicolas Cage) and a prisoner (Sean Connery) must disarm the missiles.

Maximum speed (see trailer HERE)

A Los Angeles police officer (Keanu Reeves) is trapped in a city bus that will explode if its speed drops below 80 kilometers per hour, which is driven by one of the passengers (Sandra Bullock)

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