Gerard Butler, left and Morgan Freeman in Ric Roman Waugh's "Angel Has Fallen."
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There is a certain mindless pleasure in the "Fallen" movies.Butler and the filmmakers sleepwalk their way through "Angel Has Fallen," the third, and hopefully last, visit with agent Mike Banning.There is a dizzying amount of plot thrown at "Angel Has Fallen". The Oval Office is having issues with someone leaking false information to the press, not to mention the looming threat of Russia who we're told meddled in a recent election in the "Fallen" world. These threads are all thrown together in this kitchen sink of a movie that's unforgivably dull for having so much going on at all times -- and I haven't even had the opportunity or reason to mention that this film also has Tim Blake Nelson playing the vice president and Jada Pinkett Smith as the FBI agent who is leading the hunt for Banning.
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