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London Has Fallen

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United Kingdom, Bulgaria, United States · 2016
Rated R · 1h 39m
Director Babak Najafi
Starring Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Angela Bassett, Morgan Freeman
Genre Action, Thriller

In London for the Prime Minister's funeral, Mike Banning discovers a plot to assassinate all the attending world leaders.

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Entertainment Weekly by

The new sequel, London Has Fallen, implausibly ups its predecessor’s stakes to "Die Hard in the City of London." Unfortunately, widening the scope this dramatically causes the entire fragile action-movie axis to spin wildly out of control.


Screen International by Fionnuala Halligan

Creepy “send them back to Fuckheadistan” sentiment overwhelms London Has Fallen’s guilty pleasures, its meaty violence and xenophobic nastiness giving the cheddar an unpleasant aftertaste.


Variety by Guy Lodge

For all the slicing and dicing of the editing, narrative momentum grinds to a trudge after the synthetic spectacle of the capital’s undoing.


The Playlist by Nick Schager

Brash, brutal, and simplistic in equal measure, it’s a retrograde work that, for better and worse, delivers its old-school mayhem with punishing precision and unrepentant glee.


The Hollywood Reporter by Todd McCarthy

While not nearly as elaborate, nor as visually sophisticated as the last Mission: Impossible outing or the most recent Bonds, London Has Fallen is actually more plausible at its core, if not in its details, which is partly why it succeeds in laying claim to an audience's attention for the entirety of its swift running time.


Empire by William Thomas

It’s a film that doesn’t so much invite you to switch off your brain as take it out and dump it in the nearest popcorn box.

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