London Has Fallen review: 'sourly nihilistic'
A good way to get through Gerard Butler films is to pretend they're all part of the same series about the world's unluckiest man. It doesn't particularly matter if Butler's character is haplessly outwitted by his ex-wife or shot at by a North Korean strike force: he's always Butler, beefy and snarling, with that trademark style of facial acting that suggests a mix-up at the contact lens counter.
Review: "London Has Fallen"
Thoughts on the Olympus Has Fallen sequel, for DIG Baton Rouge.