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White House Down

2013 American film by Roland Emmerich

White House Down

Released 2013 (9 years, 4 months ago)

Director Roland Emmerich
Duration 131 minutes
Genre action film, thriller film and political thriller
Composer Alan Menken
Production company Centropolis Entertainment
Country of origin United States of America
Screenwriter James Vanderbilt
Producer Roland Emmerich, Laeta Kalogridis, Harald Kloser, James Vanderbilt and Larry J. Franco

About White House Down

In the action-packed thriller White House Down, directed by Roland Emmerich, Channing Tatum stars as John Cale, a Capitol police officer who finds himself in the middle of a terrorist attack on the White House. With the President (Jamie Foxx) taken hostage, Cale must use his skills to save the day and protect his daughter (Joey King) who is also trapped in the building.

The film has been described as a mix of Die Hard and Independence Day, with plenty of explosions, gunfights, and high-stakes drama. Tatum and Foxx have great chemistry on screen, and the supporting cast, including Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Woods, add depth to the story.

While some critics have criticized the film for its predictable plot and over-the-top action sequences, others have praised it for its entertainment value and thrilling ride. As Rolling Stone magazine put it, "White House Down may not be the most original film of the year, but it's certainly one of the most fun."

Overall, White House Down is a solid action film that delivers on its promises of excitement and thrills. It may not be a groundbreaking masterpiece, but it's definitely worth a watch for fans of the genre.


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