Angel Has Fallen: is Gerard Butler Hollywood’s weirdest action hero?

Inane, profane and wholly humourless, the Fallen trilogy would be beyond redemption were it not for the thirsty work of its starThe many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics states that every possible outcome to every decision ever made will each happen, and each outcome exists in its own parallel universe.

I am telling you this because Angel Has Fallen – the third of Gerard Butler’s Has Fallen series, is released this week – and I’m taking it as proof that we all live in the wrong universe.Cast your mind back to 2013.

As with The Prestige and The Illusionist in 2006, or Armageddon and Deep Impact in 1998, two films with the same premise were released in quick succession.

In both, terrorists storm the White House.

But only one of them was any good.

That film was White House Down, in which Channing Tatum, in his first charismatic rush of true moviestardom,

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