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Olympus Has Fallen 4K 2013 Ultra HD 2160p

Country: USA
Genre: Thriller, Action
IMDB: 6.5
Producer: Antoine Fuqua
Cast: Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart, Finley Jacobsen, Dylan McDermott, Rick Yune, Morgan Freeman, Angela Bassett, Melissa Leo, Radha Mitchell, Cole Hauser, Phil Austin, James Ingersoll, Freddy Bosche, Lance Broadway, Sean O'Bryan.
Olympus Has Fallen 4K 2013 Ultra HD 2160p

Terrorists seize the presidential palace and, destroying the security service, take the head of state hostage. All attempts by the authorities to cope with the situation are unsuccessful: because of the threat to the life of the first person, the special services cannot even approach the building. Only by chance in the residence turns out to be a spiesnaz man, recently dismissed from the security staff. But can he single-handedly deal with several dozen desperate extremists? But now he is the country's last hope.

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After the death of the first lady in a ridiculous car accident, the president's favorite bodyguard (Butler) is transferred to paperwork. But when the White House is attacked by an armed group of North Koreans, the born fighter simply cannot stand aside and in the end turns out to be the only force capable of saving America.

Dying with laughter every time another Ethan Hunt blows up the Kremlin, it is easy to lose sight of the fact that Hollywood from time to time allows itself exactly the same recklessness with its own material. Even if "The Fall of Olympus" looks like the wildest mixture of "Salt" with the latest "Die Hard", the change of vector so unexpected for a non-American viewer cannot but win. The question is not how much you are willing to believe that a gang of Koreans with the help of an old bomber and a couple of garbage trucks can cope with the main American bastion in thirteen minutes, but how much you want to look at it.

If the concentration of patriotism on the screen could be measured in arbitrary units, "The Fall of Olympus" could seriously compete with "Saving Private Ryan." Not even Gerard Butler is starring here, but the American flag. The picture begins with him and ends with him. The star-striped banner proudly flutters in the wind, hangs sadly, stitched by bullets and meaningfully plans down, thrown by the villains from the flagpole.

Since the plot fits entirely on the poster, the authors did not initially have any need for halftones. "Training Day" and "King Arthur" director Antoine Fouqua takes the fateful intonation right from the credits. It seems that the offscreen drum roll sounds even when the head of the United States goes to the restroom, and his dismissed bodyguard gropes for kefir in the refrigerator. While you are trying to understand what they end up showing you - a comedy or an action movie - Butler is already beginning to break through the skull with a bust of Lincoln, reducing any questions to the realm of rhetorical. Lead pours hail, absurd humor (many will probably insert the word "idiocy" here) - too: the generals keep up with the meeting faster than the special forces at the scene, the Washington Monument with a cheerful crunch is cut in half, and North Koreans make their way into the holy of holies under the guise of ... Koreans. As a special chic, Aaron Eckhart again performs with the signature number "connected man in a perfect tie". Keeping in mind that in a couple of months exactly the same thing awaits us, but with Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx, I would like to propose to take the capture of the White House into a separate genre and pull up there not only pyrotechnic masters, but also experts in the chamber genre.
For some reason, the candidacy of Michael Haneke immediately comes to mind.

Info Blu-ray
Video
Codec: HEVC / H.265
Resolution: 4K (2160p)
HDR: HDR10
Aspect ratio: 2.40:1
Original aspect ratio: 2.39:1

Audio
English: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1 (48kHz, 24-bit)
English: Dolby Digital

Subtitles
English, German.

File size: 17.2 GB


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