London Has Fallen

Factual error: When they spot the guy with the missile from the helicopter, the pilot says "we're being pinged", and Banning says "stingers." Stinger missiles are infra-red seeking, passively tracking the heat of a target, so there's no way to know if you're being tracked by one or not. As a highly-trained secret service agent, he'd know that.

Jon Sandys Premium member

Factual error: The role of MI6 shown in the film actually falls under the purview of MI5, Britain's domestic intelligence service; as the country's version of the CIA, MI6's mandate is the covert collection of foreign intelligence overseas.

Cubs Fan Premium member

Factual error: When the President is getting out of his car, we see the thin doors, like any usual car. However, in reality, Cadillac One has thick doors that weigh as much a Boeing 757 door. Not to mention the vulnerability of the car used in the movie. There's a reason why the Cadillac One is nicknamed "the beast."

Join the mailing list

Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Add something
Buy the booksMost popular pagesBest movie mistakesBest mistake picturesBest comedy movie quotesMovies with the most mistakesNew this monthJaws mistakesJurassic Park mistake pictureCharmed mistakesOut of Sight endingMan on Fire questionsThe Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers triviaShrek quotesApocalypto plotJim Carrey movies & TV shows7 mistakes in Beetlejuice you never spottedPirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl mistake video
More for London Has Fallen


Mike Banning: Stay in this room and wait for me to come back.
Benjamin Asher: And if you don't come back?
Mike Banning: Then you're fucked.
Benjamin Asher: That's inspiring.



After an assault on the scale that's been witnessed, covering a wide area of London by extremely well prepared attackers, there's no way Marine 1 would fly to the airport at low altitude within easy range of missiles, and then when attacked, double back over the areas that have already been attacked where hostiles would still be present.



Antoine Fuqua, who directed ‘Olympus has Fallen' (2013), did not want to direct this sequel because he did not like the script.