Angel Has Fallen Reviews

  • Angel Has Fallen
    • Genre : Drama, Action, Thriller
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    • Studio : Millennium Films
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Movie Reviews

  • with Nick Nolte as his bonkers dad, Gerard Butler's mediocre action franchise and his mediocre American accent find a mediocre conclusion
    Review rate : D+ by David Ehrlich [Indiewire ]
  • overall, "Angel Has Fallen" might not present a wholly new or even exciting idea, but [it] kept entertained from start to finish. A solid, if completely unnecessary sequel to a franchise which surely must be on its last legs by now
    3 of 5 by Linda Marric [HeyUGuys ]
  • most action flicks would settle for thrilling violence and mayhem, in service of a utilitarian plot. "Angel" flips this formula on its head, delivering a surprisingly coherent story but with no discernible sense of fun
    1.5 of 4 by Hau Chu [Washington Post ]
  • it's not James Bond, but all the better for it; The brazenly idiotic "Has Fallen" franchise, which has been defined by sloppy action beats and perturbing American triumphalism has somehow hit its stride third time round
    4 of 5 by Kevin Maher [The Times ]
  • Gerard Butler's Secret Service killing machine ends the trilogy in entertaining style; It's frenetic, brashly executed and so full of shooting, you'll stagger away with tinnitus
    3 of 5 by Phil De Semlyen [Time Out London ]
  • endless, numbing violence in overly long action threequel; Punishingly grim and overly long, this third entry in the "Fallen" series mostly squanders any credit it earned from the previous two outings
    2 of 5 by Joyce Slaton [Common Sense Media ]
  • a big, lumbering bastard of an action movie sequel. It achieves more-or-less exactly what it promises -- which, given this franchise's track record, is a low bar to clear
    2 of 5 by John Nugent [Empire Magazine ]
  • "Angel Has Fallen" may not be appreciably better than the first two installments of this lower-middle-range "Mission: Impossible" wannabe franchise, but it's actually more fun
    by Todd McCarthy [The Hollywood Reporter ]

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