ANGEL HAS FALLEN (Theatrical Release USA 2019)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.1|5.0 Starsìììì

Angel Has Fallen
—the best of the Fallen series movies—has improved storyline, acting quality, and action over the first two films: Olympus Has Fallen and London Has Fallen. It still works as a B-grade film but has built into its storyline more human factor, like meeting Banning’s father, and provides several twists in its plot so that the true antagonist becomes difficult to identify. It’s great to see Morgan Freeman maintaining his presence throughout all three films in the series. He plays a formidable force in this film and shows amazing acting skill. This film requires attention to storyline and intellectual involvement to follow its twists and turns. It’s a good action watch.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia


The Secret Service and FBI track an agent when he becomes implicated in an assassination attempt on the president.

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Ric Roman Waugh for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers David Bernardi, Christa Campbell, Andrey Georgiev, Mark Gill, Jeffrey Greenstein, Lati Grobman, Avi Lerner, Heidi Jo Markel, Stephen Shiu, Trevor Short, and Jonathan Yunger for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Mike Banning (Gerard Butler), Travis Cole (Frederick Schmidt), Wade Jennings (Danny Huston), Bruno (Rocci Williams), Leah Banning (Piper Parabo), Neurologist (Harry Ditson), Receptionist (Linda John-Pierre), David Gentry (Lance Reddick), Agent Murphy (Ori Pfeffer), President Trumbull (Morgan Freeman), CNN Reporter (Jasmine Hyde), Fox Reporter (Ian Porter), MSNBC Reporter (Laurel Lefkow), Sam Wilcox (Michael Landes), James Haskell (Mark Arnold), Paul Sebring (Kerry Shale), Vice President Kirby (Tim Blake Nelson), US Senator (John Strong), Senator (Mark Basnight), Lynne Banning (Jessica Cobley), and Lynne Banning (Maisie Cobley).

Buy a ticket? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. Great action cinematography mark this film as a little above average. Director Ric Roman Waugh has a good understanding of the film’s intention and followed that through with skill. Good watch and worth the ticket purchase.

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