Shreck? Toy Story? Up? Wall-E?
Okay, these are good examples of why this is sort of bullshit. Because those are all great movies and aren't really 'masculine' in any way, other then maybe Shreck, which has a 'guy friends story' going on.
Hell, 'toy story,' none of the characters even had gender, they were toys. Wall-E was robots. You can't count movies that don't even have PEOPLE in them!
The Princess Bride? When Harry met Sally? Slumdog Millionaire? Milk? The Shawshank Redemption? Home Alone?
Those aren't action movies.
But I see your point.
When Harry Met Sally only fails this test because the women spend all their time talking about their relationships; it's a relationship movie. You scored with Shawshank, though I would say that being set in a male-only prison sort of kills the opportunity for female discussion.
Just seems a little, I dunno, of too tight a scope to view stuff through.