Best Action Anime Movies: Top 10


Anime movies are Japanese films and television animations that are typically for children and sometimes adults. These Japanese animated movies have been one of the most-watched animated movies in the world for decades. The most popular Anime movie is called “Naruto”. However, below are the top ten best action anime movies you can watch.

  • Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children.

Advent Children takes place two years after the events of Final Fantasy VII and focuses on the appearance of a trio who kidnaps children infected with an unknown disease. Cloud Strife, the hero of Final Fantasy VII, who is suffering from the same disease, goes to save the children.

  • Ninja Scroll

The film is set in feudal Japan and follows Kibagami Jubei, a mercenary swordsman who battles the Eight Devils of Kimon, a group of supernaturally gifted ninjas bent on deposing the Tokugawa shogunate.

  • Sword of the stranger

The film follows Kotaro, a young boy who is being pursued by a group of Ming swordsmen for a sinister reason.

  • Cowboy Bebop: The Movie

Cowboy Bebop: Heaven’s Door), is a 2001 Japanese animated science fiction film based on the 1998 anime series Cowboy Bebop created by Hajime Yatate. The bounty hunter crew of the spaceship Bebop work to find the terrorist and discover the source of the pathogen before the attack can take place.

  • Appleseed Ex Machina

This is a 2007 Japanese animated CG science fiction film and is the sequel to the 2004 Appleseed film, similarly directed by Shinji Aramaki, and was produced by Hong Kong director and producer John Woo.[1][2] It was released on October 20, 2007, in Japan.

  • Dragon Ball: Broly.

Dragon Ball: Broly is a 2018 Japanese anime martial arts fantasy/adventure film, directed by Tatsuya Nagamine and written by Dragon Ball series creator Akira Toriyama. It is the twentieth Dragon Ball feature film overall, the third film produced with Toriyama’s direct involvement, and the first to carry the Dragon Ball Super branding.


  • Street Fighter II: The Animated

Street Fighter II: The Animated is a 1994 anime film adaptation of the Street Fighter II fighting game written by Kenichi Imai, directed by Gisaburō Sugii, and animated by Group TAC. The film, originally released in Japan on August 6, 1994, was released theatrically in the United Kingdom, France, and Spain, and was adapted into English in dubbed and subtitled format by Animaze for Manga Entertainment. It was distributed by Toei Company in Japan, while 20th Century Fox was also distributed in other countries.

  • Redline

Redline is a 2009 Japanese animated science fiction film directed by Takeshi Koike in his directorial debut. It was produced by Madhouse. The film stars Takuya Kimura, Yū Aoi, Tatsuya Gashūin, Yoshinori Okada, Kanji Tsuda, Yoshiyuki Morishita, Akemi, Takeshi Aono, Kōsei Hirota, Unshō Ishizuka, Kenta Miyake, Kōji Ishii, Chō, Kenyu Horiuchi, Tadanobu Asano, and its screenplay was written by Katsuhito Ishii, Yōji Enokido and Yoshiki Sakurai, based on an original story by Ishii. The film is set in the distant future, where a man known as JP takes on great risks for the chance of winning the titular underground race.

  • Sky Blue

Sky Blue is a South Korean animated science fiction film, released in 2003, written and directed by Kim Moon-saeng.[1] It features backdrops rendered using photo-realistic computer-generated imagery, comparable to those in the film Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within, along with the use of highly detailed models for some of the backdrops into which the cel-animated characters were then animated. However, convincing CGI animation of humans (especially human movement) was not attempted. The backgrounds in the film were shot with traditional motion control techniques, then processed to look like CG. The vehicles were all rendered, and the characters were cel-animated.

  • Ghost in Shell.

Ghost in Shell is a 1995 anime neo-noir cyberpunk thriller film directed by Mamoru Oshii. The film is based on the manga of the same name by Masamune Shirow and was written for the screen by Kazunori Itō. It features the voices of Atsuko Tanaka, Akio Ōtsuka, and Iemasa Kayumi. It is a Japanese-British international co-production, executive produced by Kodansha, Bandai Visual, and Manga Entertainment, with animation provided by Production I.G.