London Has Fallen

Mindless action thriller starring loads of buildings in London being blown up, and Gerard Butler. Widely panned as being “effortlessly racist”, but I’d contend that cinema’s so full of 2-dimensional plotlines and villains that anyone who correlated this with real life in any way possibly hasn’t engaged their faculties properly. Not that one wants engaged faculties in order to watch this. Oh, and GO USA! 👍

Summary

London Has Fallen (Wednesday 2nd March, 2016)

Release Date: Wednesday 2nd March, 2016
Starring: Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett
Genres: Action, Thriller
Runtime: 99 min
Original Title: London Has Fallen
Original Film Language: English
Production Companies: LHF Film, Gerard Butler Alan Siegel Entertainment, Nu Boyana Film Studios, Millennium Films
In London for the Prime Minister's funeral, Mike Banning discovers a plot to assassinate all the attending world leaders.

Cast London Has Fallen

  • Gerard Butler
  • Role: Mike Banning
  • Aaron Eckhart
  • Role: President Benjamin Asher
  • Morgan Freeman
  • Role: Vice President Alan Trumbull
  • Angela Bassett
  • Role: Lynne Jacobs
  • Melissa Leo
  • Role: Secretary of Defense Ruth McMillan
  • Robert Forster
  • Role: General Edward Clegg
  • Shivani Ghai
  • Role: Amal Mansoor
  • Sean O'Bryan
  • Role: NSA Deputy Director Ray Monroe
  • Radha Mitchell
  • Role: Leah Banning
  • Jackie Earle Haley
  • Role: Deputy Chief Mason
  • Charlotte Riley
  • Role: MI6 Jacquelin Marshall
  • Mehdi Dehbi
  • Role: Sultan Mansoor
  • Colin Salmon
  • Role: Chief Hazard
  • Alon Aboutboul
  • Role: Aamir Barkawi
  • Jorge Leon Martinez
  • Role: Secret Service
  • Waleed Zuaiter
  • Role: Kamran Barkawi
  • Adel Bencherif
  • Role: Raza Mansoor
  • Michael Wildman
  • Role: Agent Voight
  • Penny Downie
  • Role: Home Secretary Rose Kenter
  • Patrick Kennedy
  • Role: MI5 Intel John Lancaster
  • Deborah Grant
  • Role: Doris
  • Andrew Pleavin
  • Role: Agent Bronson
  • Nigel Whitmey
  • Role: Canadian Prime Minister Robert Bowman
  • Julia Montgomery Brown
  • Role: Bowman's Wife
  • Elsa Mollien
  • Role: Viviana Gusto
  • Philip Delancy
  • Role: Jacques Mainard
  • Nikesh Patel
  • Role: Pradhan
  • Nancy Baldwin
  • Role: German Chancellor Agnes Bruckner
  • Terence Beesley
  • Role: Fire Dept. Head
  • Simon Harrison
  • Role: Intel Officer 2