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March 22, 2013
R , 2 hr 0 min
10,740 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: A disgraced agent must save the president after terrorists seize control of the White House.
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President Benjamin Asher
Speaker Allan Trumbull
Secret Service Director Lynn Jacobs
Secretary of Defense Ruth McMillan
First Lady Margaret Asher
General Edward Clegg
Vice President Charlie Rodriguez
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San Francisco Chronicle
By Mick LaSalle
It's that wonderful, totally unambitious yet satisfying thing, a really good movie.
While Olympus Has Fallen breaks no major new ground in the political thriller genre, Fuqua has directed a sharp, very taut adventure that...
By Steven Rea
Any semblance of seriousness and verisimilitude suggested by the marketing campaign is quickly forgotten once director Antoine Fuqua's...
New York Daily News
By Elizabeth Weitzman
Perhaps every generation gets the movie stars it deserves. “Olympus” has quite a bit to say about the current state of our country....
The Hollywood Reporter
By Todd McCarthy
Generates a fair amount of tension and produces the kind of nationalistic outrage that rock-ribbed Americans will feel in their guts.
By Tom Russo
Butler serves the cause well, considering. Think that cause is a thankless one? Shhh, don’t tell Secret Service agent Channing Tatum or...
By Owen Gleiberman
The countdown-to-Armageddon structure generates almost no tension, but Olympus Has Fallen does have lots of squalidly bloody hand-to-hand...
By Claudia Puig
This is for those who like their political thrillers far-fetched, far-reaching and filled with pretty people.
By Ian Buckwalter
Feels from start to finish like a throwback to the action cinema and military thrillers of decades past.
Wall Street Journal
By Joe Morgenstern
Olympus Has Fallen is no fun at all. To the contrary, it soon grows tedious, odious and oppressive.
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Rated R | For Strong Violence and Language Throughout
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Iffy for 16+
Patriotism and extreme violence in tense action flick.
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