Sunday, June 26, 2016
The Making of London Has Fallen (13:16): The cast and crew discuss making a sequel, the plot, Najafi's direction, and the impressive cast.
Guns, Knives & Explosives (7:42): Another standard EPX, this one details the various action scenes.
Our evaluation copy contains a Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack, which includes a voucher for a UV/iTunes digital copy. The slipcase is embossed and colorful, but there is no interior artwork. At this time, we were unaware of any special versions (packaging or features).
The Bottom Line - 4/5
Facebook. On Twitter, follow us at @SandwichJohnFilms, and follow author Matt Cummings at @mfc90125.
London Has Fallen is pure mayhem that doesn't care what you think.
Review by Matt CummingsJust about everything falls in London Has Fallen, including some of England's most iconic scenery; but that shouldn't keep you from checking out this brisk, well-paced action flick that probably hits a little too close to home in terms of its believability. The home release looks and sounds great, but its supplements are severely lacking. The Movie - 3.5/5