After the devastating events of Avengers: Infinity War (2018), the universe is in ruins. With the help of remaining allies, the Avengers assemble once more in order to reverse Thanos' actions and restore balance to the universe.
Robert Downey Jr.,
Three 6th grade boys ditch school and embark on an epic journey while carrying accidentally stolen drugs, being hunted by teenage girls, and trying to make their way home in time for a long-awaited party.
Keith L. Williams,
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 this movie, the Vice President speaks of Russia tampering with the US election, though this movie gives no timeframe for Donald Trump (US President 2017-present) being in office. See more »
It's simply absurd to think a Special Agent for the FBI would start laying out all the circumstantial evidence against a potential suspect in an assassination attempt or his wife, revealing everything they supposedly had on them and she would not have the authority to charge him with crimes before he was read his rights or even been allowed to see a lawyer, and before any investigation was done at all while he is still in a hospital bed. There are strict procedures to follow. What she did would most likely get him off on numerous technicalities. See more »
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 »
Third opus of the Banning saga based on a predictable script and caricatural characters. The movie is not bad at all thanks to Gerard Butler as an old lion, Morgan Freeman as an empathetic president or Nick Nolte as an improbable Rambo. But it nevertheless suffers from a blatant lack of originality with the almost permanent impression of having already seen it and of knowing the end. Moreover, the explosions are barely worthy of a TV movie, with a piteous Computer-Generated Imagery.
Nice with low expectation, the intended audience being probably narrowed to male teens at the dawn of their cinematographic puberty. 4/5 of 10.
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