P-chow! The warehouse blows up. According to this wide shot, there are palm trees next to it. Last time I was in Washington, DC, there weren't a lot of palm trees.
A message is relayed to Jarvis: "Direct hit, sir. The targets have been eliminated." What? They don't know that! They only know the warehouse blew up. Jarvis, for once, is on top of things, telling them to get in there among the burning rubble and verify the kills.
Alex strolls out of the mall. There are still a lot of people leaving, which I think shows a distressing lack of urgency on their part. She gets onto a convenient bus and reaches into her bag.
The countdown is down to 1:33. Sean panics about how to stop it and Vicky snarks at him about how he's supposed to be a genius hacker. He points out that he does computers, not whatever this is. He mumbles about transducers and pulls a thing out of the device. It's down to 1:04, then :53. He wants to disrupt the power. But, he explains, if he pulls the wrong wire something bad could happen. Thanks for that. I'm sure no one in the audience has ever seen a scene where there's a ticking clock and the hero has to decide what wire to cut. He tells Vicky to go. 0:20. She tells him, "I'm not going anywhere. Just think. There's gotta be something else that will disrupt the power." He pulls out his gun and shoots the machine several times. "Sorry about that. I panicked." "It worked." Yeah, and that's pretty surprising, considering that his gun was empty before. Maybe he ended up with Beardo's gun somehow. Anyway, this was an excruciatingly clichéd scene, but at least the clock stopped at 0:03 instead of 0:01. They search Beardo, get a passport or something from his pockets, then leave. I guess they're assuming the security guard will call the police.