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Olympus/London/Angel Has Fallen, Blu-ray BluRay

Olympus/London/Angel Has Fallen Blu-ray

Directed by Antoine Fuqua

Description

Triple bill of action thrillers starring Gerard Butler.

In 'Olympus Has Fallen' (2013) former special forces veteran Mike Banning (Butler) is is still trying to adapt to civilian life after a tragedy ended his Secret Service career when he is thrust back onto the front line when a group of terrorists led by Kang (Rick Yune) attack the White House and seize President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart).

Now the last Secret Service agent left alive inside the building, Banning, overseen by acting President Allan Trumbull (Morgan Freeman), must bring all his special forces experience to bear as he embarks on a one-man mission to take out the terrorists and save the president. In 'London Has Fallen' (2016) leading figures of the Western world gather in London to mourn the death of of the British Prime Minister.

Despite the high security of the event, the funeral attendees, including President Asher, come under attack from terrorists intent on eradicating some of the world's most powerful leaders.

With Asher's life at risk and the future of the world in danger Vice President Trumbull and Secret Service agent Banning try to save the day.

Finally, in 'Angel Has Fallen' (2019) Banning is framed for the attempted murder of the President of the United States (Freeman) after he is the only member of his team to survive the assassination attempt.

Knowing he has been set up, Banning is forced to go on the run, pursued by the Secret Service and the FBI, and attempts to clear his name by finding the real threat to the president's life before it strikes again.

Information

  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Region: B
  • Certification: (15)
  • EAN: 5055761914207
  • Catalogue number: LIB95831
  • Studio: Lionsgate UK
  • Release date:
  • Genre: Thriller
  • Colour: Colour

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