Todd Malkin’s review published on Letterboxd:
Good ol' dumb action that refuses to admit to anyone that it's ridiculous. The seriousness is almost a terrible detriment, but it works for me. Sometimes, I want my action to feel real, no matter how unreal it is.
Now that the wife's caught up, I can watch the other two movies. Did we ask for two more "Has Fallen" movies? I had to look up what order they came in. My brain has fallen! :D