A greater number of movies are now coming out with the inspiring message that anyone is capable of heroism, no matter what they look like. I support this message: we all have a little "hero" in us, and this quality can come out at anytime. You don't have to go to the cinema to know that you can perform great deeds.
Anyone can be an action hero. This is because a person can have a quirk that leads to their being powerful in the eyes of others. For example, a person might have a finger out of sorts which makes them shoot a bow and arrow long range -- longer than anyone else!
Not everyone can be an action hero. An action hero is a person, man or woman, who betters society by bringing about good events, or by stopping evil events from happening. A person can make an action movie about a character, but that character does not automatically become an action hero. It may seem far-fetched, but if an action movie was made with Adolf Hitler in it, there is no way that he can be an action hero.
Action hero is not something that anyone can aspire to be. In fact, it is something that most people can only enjoy in movies or books. Action heroes specifically use action to perform their heroic acts and this usually involves skills in martial arts or some sort of fighting. These are things that someone has to be trained in for many years before they are proficient in them and are not things that someone just "does". It is for these reasons that any random person cannot be an action hero.