Olympus Has Fallen

Olympus Has Fallen

3.2 94 Ratings

Directed by : Antoine Fuqua

Release Date : | Length : 117 Minutes

  • Critics Rating 2.7/5
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When the White House (Secret Service Code- Olympus) is captured by a terrorist mastermind and the President is kidnapped, disgraced former Presidential guard Mike Banning finds himself trapped within the building. As our national security team scrambles to respond, they are forced to rely on Banning¹s inside knowledge to help...more


“ Olympus Has Fallen has a formulaic plot but the tense action sequences make it a one time watch for action film fans.”

Olympus Has Fallen Credit & Casting

Gerard Butler

Olympus Has Fallen Audience Review

Old wine in an old bottle

| by Smita Vyas Kumar |
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Olympus has fallen is one more Hollywood movie where the President of the USA is in danger and a cool guy saves him.

The movie is action packed and doesn't offer much time for processing what's happening on screen or analyzing it. You get gripped by the action and flung around a bit. There is a rather long, extended sequence of shooting and killing when the White House gets taken over by a terrorist outfit wanting to unify both the Koreas. This can get a bit overwhelming or boring depending on your capacity to view large doses of violence but it does give you a sense of fatigue.

The movie is good as an entertainer but the "America as the Most Important Country in the World and its President being the Most Important Man" can get a bit tiresome. But it is an American movie and they will beat their chest and make loud war sounds. It is what makes American the greatest country on Earth, dedicated to preserving peace and the dignity of human beings all over the living planet. (Just kidding).

Go watch it if you want a good fast paced thriller where the end is already known. Nothin unusual about this movie buthtere is a comfort in watching the familiar, rather like a child listening to his favourite story for the 100th time.