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The original October 2015 release date was pushed back to March 2016. See more »
In the final scene, Mike Banning moves the cursor of his MacBook over the delete button but instead of clicking he hits the enter key. On screen we see the delete button being clicked but in actual fact hitting enter on MacOS will always invoke the primary action of a dialog box, in this case, sending the e-mail. See more »
Possibly the dumbest movie ever, idiotic plot, American chest- beating, USA chanting nonsense.
There is absolutely nothing in this film remotely believable, and after the nonsense in the first one, you have to hope that this is the end of the franchise. What shocks me most is the appearance of Morgan Freeman in this movie. Is he so hard up that he needs to lower himself to this standard of film?
Do Americans understand anything that happens outside their country?
Save your time, save your money and avoid this crap. And please no more "has fallen" films. Let Butler retire.
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