The prequel to the amazing ‘London has Fallen’ was the first one to capture attention from the audience.
It kicks off when the president with his wife and child is on his way to a function. There we see the a little bonding between the head security, Mike banning (our hero) and the president’s kid, Conner.
They meet with an accident which kills the president’s wife. Banning saves two between the three. In the long run, he is removed from the Presidential security service.
The scene changes to the time when we see Korean minister visiting the White house with his guards. It is then that the house is attached. The attackers start from the outside and kill everyone in their path.
This caused a massacre like scene in the area. Banning in the proximity area, rushes to help and finds a horrific scene in front of him. He makes his way inside, meanwhile the president and the Korean minister is shifted to the high security bunker with the guards. There the Korean guards turn and we see them as impostors who organized the attach.
As Banning makes his way into the White House, he sees the people carrying Conner’s photo around. On establishing contact with the Vice President, they decide to rescue the kid so that the President cannot be pressurized. Banning does the job and we see some good tactics along the way.
It also comes to light that a man on the inside, a presidential guard was the loop hole in the system. The traitor finally shows patriotism on Mike’s persuasion in his last moment. This gives our hero some lead on the bad people.
The head of the terrorism activities tries to get the secret code from the president and his people, who are held captive in the bunker, the one they earlier sought for refuge. Confusing. Right?
It is hard to bring down everything a single page story, so do go and watch the action filled movie and our star hero, Mr. Butler’s (or Mr. Banning’s) great tactical and fighting scenes.
In the end he manages to rescue the president despite all odds.