3 action movies on Paramount+ you need to watch in November

It’s somewhat discouraging for Paramount+ subscribers to see so many great action movies, and the best movies, in general, go straight to the higher tiers of Paramount+ with Showtime. Here at , we are firm believers in the idea that these movies should be available to every customer regardless of tier. So our picks for the three best action movies on Paramount+ are available on all levels.

This month’s featured films include one of last summer’s biggest action films, the Best Picture winner at the Oscars, and a retelling of a real-life story. These are three action movies on Paramount+ you need to see in November.

Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One (2023)

Tom Cruise and Hayley Atwell drive around in a small car, worried.
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If reports are true that President Joe Biden was inspired to take executive action on AI after watching Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One, then it may prove to be one of the most influential films ever made. Within the film, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) makes it his personal mission to destroy The Entity, an AI that has already gained sentience and set its own agenda for the world.

The entity’s reach extends to the physical world thanks to Ethan’s old rival Gabriel (Esai Morales), who has true faith in its plans for the future. When a beautiful thief named Grace (Hayley Atwell) walks into the middle of this conflict, the Entity forces Ethan to choose between saving her or his long-term love interest, Ilsa Faust (Rebecca Ferguson).

Watch Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One on Paramount+.

Gladiator (2000)

Russell Crowe is standing and screaming in a scene from Gladiator.
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“are you not entertained?!” There are not many action films that have won the Best Picture award at the Oscars. But director Ridley Scott’s the Gladiator This feat was achieved and Russell Crowe also won the Best Actor Award for his portrayal of Maximus Decimus Meridius. Maximus is a loyal general of the Roman army who is supported by Emperor Marcus Aurelius (Richard Harris). Marcus also wants to make Maximus his successor so that Rome can become a republic again.

Marcus’s son, Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix), murders his father rather than let Maximus rule in his place. Commodus also orders the death of Maximus and his family. While Maximus survived, his loved ones did not. Maximus endures slavery and life as a gladiator, before his exploits in the arena give him the chance to take revenge on the man who took everything from him.

Watch the Gladiator on Paramount+.

Black Hawk Down (2001)

In Black Hawk Down one man wins the war.
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Scott also directed black Hawk Down, a harrowing film based on a real-life incident that occurred in 1999. The civil war in Somalia escalates to the point where US special forces and soldiers are sent to the country on a mission. When a mission goes horribly wrong, a Delta Force Black Hawk helicopter is shot down by enemy forces, with only a handful of survivors.

SSG Matt Eversman (oppenheimerJosh Hartnett and his Rangers attempt to reach the crash site and rescue their men, when the second helicopter is shot down by enemy fire. And despite the US military’s superior firepower, the overwhelming forces against them could mean that no one on their side would survive.

Watch black Hawk Down on Paramount+.

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