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This movie was released three years after its predecessor Olympus Has Fallen (2013). The story takes place six years after the first event. See more »
When the US President gets to London and gets out from the chopper, the sun changes between shots. See more »
I never thought you'd outlive me.
[struggling to compose himself]
Do me a favor. Stay alive. You gotta live to see your kid. Make those fuckers pay.
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CGI is terrible, story is so implausible it hurts. Even the plausible parts are implausible. There is no part of this story that floats. Technically it is less accurate than a mickey mouse cartoon. Turns out that everyone is a terrorist! This should be titled 'Escape from London' and follow the 'Escape from New York' series.
If you can get past a story that is 1/10 and CGI that is 3/10, the acting is 5/10. Seeing the actors stay in this script when it is pure trash is impressive in itself.
Even the explosions are a joke. Pure CGI trash. Morgan Freeman's contract must have stipulated that he doesn't have to get out of a sitting position the entire movie.
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