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- This is the third entry in the Fallen film series
- Morgan Freeman, Jada Pinkett Smith also part of cast
- Angel Has Fallen is rated “U/A” in India, surprisingly
Gerard Butler’s Secret Service agent Mike Banning is back to save the day, (largely) on his own. Again. Angel Has Fallen — the third entry in the Fallen film series — is out now in cinemas across India. This time around, Mike will have to first clear his own name after he’s framed for an assassination attempt on the US President (Morgan Freeman, upgraded from Vice President) before he can take on the real terrorist threat that puts the President’s life at risk. Of course, the President’s life is at risk. What film series did you think you were watching? If the President is not in harm’s way, how would they justify making a movie where a Secret Service agent is the hero?
Tickets were made available for Angel Has Fallen earlier this week in India. The film is only available in English with plain ol’ 2D, so if you were hoping to watch it in Hindi / catch it in IMAX, you’re out of luck. Angel Has Fallen is rated “U/A” in India — that means children under the age of 12 can watch it with parental guidance — which is slightly surprising considering it’s rated “R” in the US. (Films with R-rating are usually handed “A” certification by the CBFC in India.) There’s a mid-credits scene in Angel Has Fallen that’s worth a watch according to critics, so stay in your seat after the film ends if you want to catch that