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In Hungary, the preceding movie's title is Attack of the White House. This movie's title is Attack of the White House: Siege of London. See more »
Each member of the President's cabinet gets on-screen text in the movie, identifying them and their position. Melissa Leo is identified as "Secretary of Defence", with the British spelling of the word. The American spelling is "Defense." See more »
[Barkawi answers the phone in his hideout]
I thought you'd take my call.
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The worst movie I've had the misfortune to watch in a considerable time. Awful writing, awful acting, just awful in every respect. Not an ounce of realism or believability. Simply staggeringly stupid in every way. The basic premise could have worked, a terrorist attack on London, but absolutely no rational thought was put into the execution of the idea. Lazy, shallow, brain-dead film making. As it went on I actually thought I was watching a parody. Deeply depressing that so much money went into such a poor excuse for entertainment. Very, very sad indeed. I've actually run out of things to say about this movie as there's absolutely nothing to salvage. It's a train wreck. A hopeless, weak, still-born abomination of a movie.
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