Olympus has Fallen (R16) 120 mins ——————– I generally do not watch trailers before seeing a movie, so if you are the same, let me tell you first off that, despite its title and the presence of a burly Gerard Butler, this is no sandals and swords epic. One thing you can reasonably intuit about the film, however, is that with director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, Shooter) at the helm, it should not be too shabby.
“We aren’t heading for a revolution in our country, we are already in the midst of one,” says the stern, silver-haired churchman as he glances at the acacias and bougainvilleas blooming outside the window of his study.
“We aren’t heading for a revolution in our country, we are already in the midst of one,” says the stern, silver-haired churchman as he glances at the acacias and bougainvilleas blooming outside the window of his study. “And by that I mean it’s a revolution of ideas, a revolution of our system of values
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