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Olympus Has Fallen
When Our Flag Falls Our Nation Will Rise
2D

Olympus Has Fallen

English, Hindi
ActionThriller
22 Mar, 2013
2 hrs 05 mins
79%
38 votes
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SYNOPSIS
When the White House (Secret Service Code: Olympus) is captured by a terrorist mastermind and the President is kidnapped, disgraced former Presidential guard Mike Banning finds himself trapped within the building. As our national security team scrambles to respond, they are forced to rely on Banning`s inside knowledge to help retake the White House, save the President, and avert an even bigger crisis.
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Butler, playing the good guy saviour in this film, isnt as funny and charming as Bruce Willis in Die Hard (although he does get to mouth a few cheeky one-liners), but hes entirely credible as an angry, one-man killing machine. Fuqua, however, surrounds him with fine actors in limiting roles: Angela Bassett as the head of the Secret Service, Morgan Freeman as the Speaker of the House, and an unusually hammy Melissa Leo as Secretary of Defense. ...Read full review
Banning`s misery is soon alleviated in the unlikeliest of ways. A group of North Korean terrorists (along with plenty of outside help) overrun the White House, hold the President and his Cabinet hostage and make a bunch of demands that have to be met, `or else`. ...Read full review
White House is under an unprecedented attack by a paramilitary group from North Korea and theres nobody other than Gerard Butler who was chilling around the area in Washington DC can save the President who, along with his Secretary of Defense is huddled in a bunker, 120-feet below the high profile building. ...Read full review
As the terror threat rages on, bodies fly everywhere and the villains torture the POTUS to extract information, Banning sweeps quietly through the White House walls, punching North Koreans to death and picking up their weapons like in an FPS game. The President is played by Aaron Eckhart who exudes a ridiculous amount of sincerity and commitment in a role set in a boiling lava of cheese and schlocky cliches. ...Read full review