Triple bill of London-based action films. 'Harry Brown' (2009) stars Michael Caine as a widowed ex-serviceman living a quiet, modest life on a London housing estate. When his only friend Leonard (David Bradley) is brutally murdered by a gang of thugs on the estate, Harry resorts to his own brand of vigilante-style justice in an increasingly lawless neighbourhood that has become overrun with gangs, guns and drugs. However, his attempts to clean up the estate inevitably bring him into conflict with the police, led by investigating officer DCI Frampton (Emily Mortimer). In 'London Has Fallen' (2016), the death of the British Prime Minister brings many of the world's leaders to London for his funeral. Despite the high security of the event, the attendees, including American President Benjamin Asher (Aaron Eckhart), come under attack from terrorists intent on eradicating some of the most powerful politicians. With Asher's life at risk and the future of the world in danger, Vice President Allan Trumbull (Morgan Freeman) and Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) try to save the day. Finally, in 'Blitz' (2010), a serial killer is on the loose in London, targeting the members of an already beleaguered police force. Tough plain clothes copper Brant (Jason Statham) is assigned to the case along with his partner, Porter Nash (Paddy Considine). As the uniformed body count rises and pressure mounts from all sides, a deadly game of wits plays out between Brant and his adversary, neither of whom are willing to go down without a fight.