After the events in the previous film, Secret Service agent Mike Banning finds himself framed for an assassination attempt on the President. Pursued by his own agency and the FBI, Banning races to clear his name and uncover the real terrorist threat which has set its sights on Air Force One.Written by
In Olympus Has Fallen (2013), Morgan Freeman portrayed the Speaker of the House, and in London Has Fallen (2016), he became Vice President. In between the second film and this one, his character has been elected as President of the United States. This marks the second time of Freeman as President, after he played President Tom Beck in Deep Impact (1998). See more »
When VP Travis is on the phone from the Oval Office with Jennings, there is no way that call would not have been monitored in real time and recorded. See more »
I was going to keep you around for the next three years just to fuck with you, but
[Director David Gentry enters with Secret Service]
since it's David Gentry's last day I'm letting him take you into custody.
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During the closing credits, there is a humorous scene where Mike and Clay go into a New Age center for personal mind balance therapy. See more »
The Indian release features logos for MVP Entertainment and PVR Pictures, the film's native distributors, and partner credits before the actual opening credits begin, and all the profanity has been muted in this release to achieve a U/A rating equivalent to the PG-13 rating. See more »
Written by Zachary Schaffer (ASCAP) 50/Scott Seiver (ASCAP) 50
Published by ABACO Music Library (ASCAP)
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Leonidas cannot fail ... I mean fall ... right? Sorry I'm mixing up my movies here. But you can see the action star Butler going for it again - a third time. And if you thought the other movies were crazy and unrealistic ... well you were right and this one adds to that! What did you think I was going to say? In all seriousness - do not take this movie serious.
Predictable story, predictable twists and turns ... and an even relatively mild Nick Nolte. But the story itself is quite out there ... really wild and really "explosive" (pun intended). A lot of action and a lot of nonsense ... and it can be quite some fun, if you allow it to
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