Best Adventure Movies of 1993
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Andrea Beaumont strolls back into town, rekindling an old romance with Bruce Wayne. At the same time, Batman is mistaken for a masked vigilante assassin who has begun systematically eliminating Gotham's crime bosses. Now on the run, Batman must solve the mystery, while navigating his relationship with Andrea.
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey
Remake of the popular Disney classic, this time featuring some well known voices as two dogs and a cat trek across America encountering all sorts of adventures in the quest to be reunited with their owners.
The Three Musketeers
D'Artagnan travels to Paris hoping to become a musketeer, one of the French king's elite bodyguards, only to discover that the corps has been disbanded by conniving Cardinal Richelieu, who secretly hopes to usurp the throne. Fortunately, Athos, Porthos and Aramis have refused to lay down their weapons and continue to protect their king. D'Artagnan joins with the rogues to expose Richelieu's plot against the crown.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III
The four turtles travel back in time to the days of the legendary and deadly samurai in ancient Japan, where they train to perfect the art of becoming one. The turtles also assist a small village in an uprising.
The Legend Of Lochnagar
Prince Charles tells a group of children, the story of the Old Man of Lochnager based on the book he wrote.
While on death row for killing a policeman, small-time criminal Adam (Ian Jacklin) is sprung from his cell and asked to join a covert government organization that will shape him into a killing machine. He is trained by the group's ruthless leader Janson (Sam J. Jones), and is aided by the group's martial arts master Miller (Mel Novak)) and the group's weapons freak expert Magnet (Joe Estevez). Together they turn out Adam code named the 'Expert Weapon'. But when Adam decides to leave his life of crime, he learns that leaving the group is his real death sentence.
Eight Hundred Leagues Down the Amazon
Outlaw Joam Garral makes a clandestine journey down the crocodile and piranha infested Amazon river to attend his daughter's marriage. Not only must he brave the dangers of the Amazonian jungles, but also the bounty hunter hot on his trail.
Bonnie & Clyde: Outlaws of Love
Vivid immortalizes the legend of Bonnie and Clyde in a spectacular triumph of period sets, memorable performances and stunning stars. Led by beautiful Racquel Darrian and the sultry Ashlyn Gere. It's Paul Thomas' most ambitious production since Vivid's ground-breaking film Sinderella. And if our Bonnie & Clyde** have their way, they'll follow Sinderella all the way to number 1. With a bullet.
Spain held vast territories in its Mexican colony, areas which are now part of the American soutwest. For a long time, huge portions of these territories went unexplored. In this historical drama set in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Padre Kino (1645-1711), a Jesuit missionary, defies his superiors and explores the northern reaches of Baja California. In his journeys, he discovers (to everyone's surprise) that it is a penninsula connected to the rest of California. Padre Kino (Francisco Eusebio Kino) established many towns and villages along the way, and is an important figure in Mexico's colonial history.
Long Island, 1942. 12-year-old Harry detects spies everywhere. But suddenly things get serious, as he and two evacuated London kids, Ned and Flo, stumble onto a real adventure. The children end up with America's destiny in their hands.