10 classic adventure movies to watch on streams

Adventure films are always beloved by the public – and, throughout the history of cinema, several titles fell into popular taste and became classics to be watched more than once.

From the iconic franchise ‘Indiana Jones’ even the most recent and underrated ‘Zathura – A Space Adventure’, it’s really hard to pick just one of them as our favorite. However, we’ve tried to bring you some of the best ones for you to check out in our streams.

Below you can see ten feature films of the genre to see with family, friends or even on a Saturday night:

Indian Jones and Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

Where to watch: Apple TV+

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the classic ‘Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark’in Steven Spielberg, served as the beginning of an iconic saga that still bears fruit today. In the plot, the archaeologist Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford) is hired to find the Ark of the Covenant, which according to biblical scriptures would contain “The Ten Commandments” that God revealed to Moses on Mount Horeb. But as the legend says that the army that possesses it will be invincible, Indiana Jones will have a strong opponent in the search for the lost ark: Adolf Hitler himself.

Where to watch: HBO Max

With direction of Richard Donner and starring Sam Astin (the Sam from ‘Lord of the Rings’), ‘The Goonies’ Follows the titular group as they find a mysterious treasure map and begin to follow the clues, entering a fabulous underground world of secret passages, dangerous traps and an ancient pirate galleon that hides gold coins. The feature became a classic of the “afternoon session” and influenced a range of similar productions that would come out in the following years.

Where to watch: Netflix

A grandfather reads a fairy tale to his grandson, complete with a beautiful princess, fencing fights and giants. The story of the book is based on the life of Princess Buttercup (Robin Wright), who is in love with a young peasant. After making her believe that he died, she decides to marry a prince, who soon turns out to be evil. On the day of the wedding, a gang kidnaps her and she discovers that among her kidnappers is the peasant. From then on, the two will have to face many things to finally be together.

Where to watch: HBO Max

In ‘Jumanji’, young Alan Parrish discovers a mysterious game board that magically transports him to the uncharted jungles of Jumanji for 26 years, until two innocent children, Judy and Peter, free him from the game’s powerful spell. Now an adult, Alan reunites with his childhood friend Sarah, Judy and Peter as he tries to overcome the powerful forces of the game in this imaginative adventure that combines breathtaking special effects with comedy, magic and goosebumps!

THE MUMMY (1999)

Where to watch: Star+, Netflix

Before the forgettable bomb starring tom cruise, ‘The Mummy’ won a fun adaptation for the big screen in 1999 – bringing names like Brendan Fraser It is Rachel Weisz in the cast. The plot follows a group of archaeologists who discover a tomb in the lost city of Hamunaptra. Inside the tomb found the body of Imhotep (Arnold Vosloo), an ancient Egyptian priest who was mummified alive – in addition to having received the most terrible of curses for having slept with the pharaoh’s mistress and having killed him. However, when one of the members of the expedition reads a manuscript that was found by the group and brings Imhotep back to life, he resurfaces full of hatred and only thinks about finding his beloved and destroying everyone who crosses his path, bringing with him the ten plagues. from Egypt.

Where to watch: Disney+

starring Nicolas Cage in one of his best-known roles, ‘The legend of the lost treasure’ follows historian and code-breaker Ben Gates, who has been searching all his life for a well-known treasure that has existed since the creation of the United States. While participating in an expedition led by treasure hunter Ian Howe, Gates finds a colonial ship trapped in the ice of the Arctic Circle that has a clue linking the treasure to the Declaration of Independence. But when Howe betrays him, Gates has to race to get the document before his fake colleague.


Where to watch: Prime Video

starring Josh Hutcherson, Jonah Bobo, Dax Shepard It is Kristen Stewartthe plot of the incredible and underrated ‘Zathura: A Space Adventure’ follows two boys, Walter and Danny, who are left in the care of their teenage sister and told to stay indoors. The duo, who anticipate a boring day, are shocked when they start playing Zathura, a space-themed board game, which they realize has mystical powers when their house is shot into space. With the help of an astronaut, the boys try to get back home.


Where to watch: Netflix

‘Stardust – The Mystery of the Star’ continues, to this day, as one of the most beloved productions in the fantastic setting. Based on the eponymous novel by the legendary Neil Gaimanthe narrative brought to the cinemas by Matthew Vaughn delighted viewers around the world by taking us into the magical world of Stormhold. The story centered on Tristan, a troubled young man who crosses paths with a shooting star named Yvaine, won numerous critical acclaim and took home a solid amount of awards – including a Hugo Award and a GLAAD Award.

Where to watch: Apple TV+, Prime Video

Another classic starring Brendan Fraser on our list! In ‘Journey to the center of the Earth’based on the novel of the same name by Jules Verne, Professor Trevor Anderson, his nephew Sean, and their guide Hannah are trapped in a cave during an expedition in Iceland. As they follow their escape route further below the Earth’s surface, they pass through strange places and encounter incredible creatures, including dinosaurs. However, as the volcanic activity around them increases, they realize they need to find their way out quickly.

Where to watch: Prime Video

Bringing together three stories from the homonymous comic book saga into a single narrative – ‘The Crab with the Golden Claws’, ‘The Secret of the Unicorn’ It is ‘Rackham’s Treasure’ -, ‘The Adventures of Tintin’ revolves around the titular character, a young reporter who is always on the lookout for a good story. One day, he sees a model of an old galleon for sale on the street and decides to buy it. When he discovers that the object contains a hidden clue to a valuable treasure, Tintin sets out on a perilous adventure that crosses the world – and that puts him face to face with evil forces that want to destroy him.

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