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London Has FallenIn London for the Prime Minister's funeral, a plot to assassinate all the attending world leaders is hatched. Only three people have any hope of stopping it: the President of the United States, his formidable Secret Service head, and an English MI-6 agent who rightly trusts no one.
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Babak NajafiBirthdate: 14 September 1975, Tehran, Iran
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Critic Reviews of "London Has Fallen"
ChristyLemire.comMarch 14, 2016
London Has Fallen is Donald Trump in film form.
New York PostMarch 10, 2016
Racist, stupid and boasting cheesy effects that wouldn't pass muster on basic cable.
TheWrapMarch 07, 2016
Agent Banning is the latest in a long line of heroes whose every bullet kills someone while the bad guys constantly spray him with hundreds of bullets from machine guns, none of which seem to hit the target.
MTVMarch 05, 2016
Butler doesn't even have his own catchphrase. He just poaches two of Schwarzenegger's, bellowing both "Get to the chopper!" and "I'll be back!"
Rolling StoneMarch 04, 2016
director Babak Najafi, who not surprisingly staged something called Easy Money II, botches the action sequences so crudely, consistently and cynically that he makes Michael Bay look like Kurosawa.
San Diego ReaderMarch 04, 2016
Somewhere along the line, it may occur to you that Babak Najafi's sequel to 2013's president-in-peril pic Olympus Has Fallen is a sly attack on America masquerading as a celebration of same.
Reel Talk OnlineMarch 21, 2017
London Has Fallen is another one of those forgettable end-of-winter action films that don't really make much common sense but are really fun to watch when you are distracted with popcorn.
New Zealand HeraldFebruary 15, 2017
London Has Fallen felt like a pitch-perfect parody of the hysteria around terror or a truly terrifying piece of xenophobic propaganda. If you choose to laugh at the irony of it, you'll probably have a great time.
Salt Lake TribuneDecember 31, 2016
Action movies don't get dumber, louder or meaner than London Has Fallen.
Washington Free BeaconJuly 14, 2016
Stupid but action-packed Olympus sequel entertains.
TheShiznit.co.ukJuly 11, 2016
There are some genuine moments of comedy, thanks in part to the (deliberately?) clunky script and hokey special effects. Don't question why, just strap yourself in and feel the cheese.
Baltimore MagazineJune 10, 2016
[London Has Fallen] is atrocious -- wildly implausible, casually racist, mean-spirited, and strangely defensive about U.S. drone strikes that take out innocent civilians in the Middle East.
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