Analysis Of The Movie ' London '

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If you are expecting something completely new and not an ounce of cliche then you are at the wrong movie. London Has Fallen, will keep you on the edge of your seat, jumping at every explosion in hopes of a good ending for the lovable characters. Though the movie is enticing, inspiring and thought provoking it becomes repetitive and predictable. Iranian-Swedish film director, Babak Najaf directs London Has Fallen, the sequel to “Olympus Has Fallen”. Though he did not direct the first movie, the two movies both feel as if they are by the same person. London Has Fallen is set in London, England showing leaders from all over the world gathering in London for the British prime ministers funeral. With all important leaders gathering in one place, it makes them the perfect target for terrorists. President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart) is one of the only leaders not killed from the beginning bring hope for viewers. However, top secret agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) has to try to get the president back on air force one safely. As Mike and President Benjamin try to get back they have to fight for their lives against the terrorist, having no idea who is actually law enforcement and who is in disguise. If you went into the movie expecting something far different from “Olympus Has Fallen” you will be disappointed. The movies are fairly similar but with the first movie you didn 't know what to expect, this one however is fairly predictable. In the movie, there is a group of…

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