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Ric Roman Waugh Nears Deal To Direct 'Angel Has Fallen', Next Installment Of The 'Olympus Has Fallen' Series

Ric Roman Waugh is eyeing the director’s chair to Angel Has Fallen, the next installment of the Olympus Has Fallen franchise. Gerard Butler is set to reprise his role as secret service agent Mike Banning with Morgan Freeman on board to return as well. 89 more words

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“Geostorm” Update! New Trailer Puts Gerard Butler into Space, Gives Kevin and CJ a Reason to Live

Kevin: It’s no secret we’ve been counting the days until the release of disaster flick “Geostorm” ever since we read the official synopsis (“As a man heads into space to prevent climate-controlling satellites from creating a storm of epic proportions, his brother discovers a plot to assassinate the president”), while… 880 more words

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Olympus Has Fallen ***(Out of 4)

Consensus: “Olympus Has Fallen” takes the “Die Hard” formula and applies it to the White House and sticks Gerard Butler in lead role. Everything about this movie is by the numbers and I enjoyed it. 15 more words

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London Has Fallen - Film Review

I quite liked ‘Olympus Has Fallen‘. It was dumb but fun. This is more of the same, if not quite as good. It’s still a bit ‘Die Hard’, only this time in London. 457 more words

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Olympus Has Fallen - Film Review

This film was never going to be revolutionary. It was never going to be amazing, or perfect or anything particularly new. It was just going to be loud, dumb, stupid action packed fun with extra blood spurts and swearing. 266 more words

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The Year Of The Mask: President Two-Face

Our foe did not come only to destroy our things or our people. They came to desecrate our way of life. To foul our beliefs. Trample our freedom.

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Imagining Apocalypse in the Information Age

Those who live in natural disaster-prone regions are familiar with the buzzing, dissonant tone that characterizes an Emergency Alert System (EAS) notification. These systems were developed in the uncertain days of the Cold War when the threat of a nuclear attack weighed heavily on the world’s psyche. 975 more words

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