Do you like Gerard Butler in his super heroically capable secret agent man Mike Banning? This might just be the best version of his character yet.
Do you like movies where Morgan Freeman plays the US President? Add this to the list.
Would you appreciate the addition of Nick Nolte in a pretty entertaining role for this movie? He’s a crowd pleaser that’s for sure.
From a cast that also includes Danny Huston, Lance Reddick, Piper Perabo, Tim Blake Nelson, Jada Pinkett Smith, one cannot say that actors are the weak link in this film.
You’re watching this movie for the action thriller aspect? Explosions. Gun fights. Hand to hand combat. Vehicular chases. Yeah, this movie has all that, and they aren’t bad.
The story even has a plot that easily hooks you in, and will make you want to see things through until the end.
It’s even got some social commentary and themes that’s worth discussing too.
Plus what may be the biggest surprise, it’s got a mid-credits sequence that I thought actually made the movie better for it being there.
The movie is even written in a way that it’s not even a strong requirement to have seen the previous “…Have Fallen” films. This installment may even be the best one yet.
Despite the positives, the whole movie still comes off as a very generic action thriller.
Visually it looks like a generic action thriller.
The action sequences are very much what you expect from a generic action thriller.
The premise of the movie is something you will find in a generic action thriller.
It has plot developments that are lazy, illogical, preposterous, too convenient, cliche, and just dumb… like what you might find from a generic action thriller.
It’s as memorable as a generic action thriller.
The meaning behind the movie’s title is also just embarrassing.
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