London Has Fallen

London Has Fallen

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Directed by : Babak Najafi

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The sequel to the worldwide smash hit Olympus Has Fallen begins in London, where the British Prime Minister has passed away under mysterious circumstances. His funeral is a must-attend event for leaders of the western world. But what starts out as the most protected event on earth, turns into a deadly plot to kill the world's...more


“If not for its likable action, London would have found itself fallen.”

London Has Fallen Credit & Casting

Gerard Butler

London Has Fallen Audience Review

String of clichés from the oldies

Rated 2.0 / 5
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Ohhh… the title of this review says 80s/90s, but Agent Banning (Gerard Butler) takes a leaf from all the previous heroes, who ran the line of fire without taking a bullet. The machine guns may lose the target, but Banning with his mighty pistol. Always, goes spot on. Is that a cliche from time immemorial? So be it.

It becomes an arduous task to force-fit this film in the action genre. With the genre transcending cheap thrills and packed stunts, you extent a little bit of brains sprinkled on the narrative. But alas! You fail to find 'em. But this man, Butler, hits it straight with his dodging bullets and saving the president with elan.

London Has Fallen may not be a swashbuckling entertainment, but crawls to reach there. You may write this off as a politically incorrect commentary on the USA and the way their leaders are guarded day in and day out. However, when you could palate Olympus Has Fallen, this one just shifts the action to another city.

What worked in the previous film was the way Banning went through the White House, saved and deactivated the catastrophe. Here, the trouble is limited to a person and the imminent worldly chaos that triggers later on. That being said, the kill fest stays on without a change.

With the logic defying everywhere, the story succumbing to incoherencies, plot twists and one-liners borrowed from oldies, the scenes breathing lot of violence, the action bordering on the videogame-ish, the thrills ranging from collapsing structures to showering bullets, London Has Fallen dissipates the effect of its predecessor. However, it sticks to the template offering few doses of nail-biting entertainment.