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Rating: 6.4/10 by 1898 users

Angel Has Fallen (2019)

After a treacherous attack, Secret Service agent Mike Banning is charged with attempting to assassinate President Trumbull. Chased by his own colleagues and the FBI, Banning begins a race against the clock to clear his name.

Directing:
  • Vic Armstrong
  • Ric Roman Waugh
  • Ben Burt
  • Beverley Winston
Writing:
  • Robert Mark Kamen
  • Ric Roman Waugh
  • Katrin Benedikt
  • Katrin Benedikt
  • Creighton Rothenberger
  • Creighton Rothenberger
  • Matt Cook
Stars:
Release Date: Wed, Aug 21, 2019

Rating: 6.4/10 by 1898 users

Alternative Title:
Presidente bajo fuego - AR

Country:
United States of America
Language:
English
Runtime: 02 hour 02 minutes
Budget: $40,000,000
Revenue: $133,365,452

Plot Keyword: u.s. president, sequel, framed for a crime, terrorist plot, assassination attempt, survivalism, u.s. secret service agent, manhunt, father son relationship, u.s. secret service

Gerard Butler
Mike Banning
Morgan Freeman
President Trumbull
Jada Pinkett Smith
Agent Thompson
Nick Nolte
Clay Banning
Danny Huston
Wade Jennings
Lance Reddick
David Gentry
Ori Pfeffer
Agent Murphy
Piper Perabo
Leah Banning
Harry Ditson
Neurologist
Jasmine Hyde
CNN Reporter
Ian Porter
Fox Reporter
Laurel Lefkow
MSNBC Reporter
Mark Arnold
James Haskell
Kerry Shale
Ad. Paul Sebring
John Strong
US Senator
Jessica Cobley
Lynne Banning
Maisie Cobley
Lynne Banning
James Grogan
Secret Service Agent #1
Stuart McQuarrie
Doctor Siebertz
Joseph Millson
Agent Ramirez
Sapir Azulay
Agent Peterson
Buffy Davis
Judge Spire
Mickey Nelson
Senior Agent at Hospital
Andrew Brooke
US Marshal Reyes
Mark Rhino Smith
US Marshal Driver
Ryan Oliva
Merc Truck Driver
Derek Siow
Salient Tech #1
Derek Morse
Salient Tech #2
Chris Browning
Militia Man #1
Greg Orvis
Militia Man #2
Conor Boru
State Police
Mike Broomley
State Trooper
Daniel Singh
CAT Agent #1
Chris Rogers
ICU Colleague
Mike Bodie
Cyber Tech
Clayton Adams
Bellhop Nine
Erol Mehmet
Agent Sims
Charlotte Statham
Panicked Woman
Hadrian Howard
CAT Agent #2 - Agent Stevens
Atanas Srebrev
CAT Agent #3
Martin Geraskov
CAT Agent #5
Nathan Cooper
CAT Agent #6
Sophia Del Pizzo
New Age Instructor

JPV852

Some decent action, especially the one in the explosions in the forest, but the CGI was bad (I understand they wanted to keep the budget low, but they seem to overextend themselves) and the plot and in particular villains were predictable; I knew one of them and at least didn't string it out before the reveal, but the second one was too obvious and the motives had shades of Murder at 1600 which came out 22 years ago. But still like Gerard Butler, even though he seems to be getting... um, puffier lately, Morgan Freeman as always was good and Nick Nolte had a couple fun scenes. Shame, for whatever reason, they couldn't get Radha Mitchell back as Banning's wife, she at least wasn't as a stark difference from when Rachel Weisz was replaced by Maria Bello in that third Mummy movie... This was a serviceable enough action-thriller but nothing special on the whole. **3.0/5**

Yassin

one of my best films of the year, what an emotional ending. thank you for this masterpiece. 10/10

Gimly

Better than _London Has Fallen_ at least. Seems like it's stealing most of its ideas from better franchises, most notably _Bourne_ and _Punisher_, but it was still a pretty good time. And nice to see the script sort of flipped after the last two, and have Butler facing up against the Secret Service (even if the reason why is made painfully obvious from the opening sequence). _Final rating:★★½ - Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._


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