White House DownFilm is about a superb police John Cale who gave up the offer becoming a bodyguard of President James Sawyer after being promoted. However he wants to make his daughter happy, he asks for a permission letting his daughter visit the White House. Unfortunately, while his daughter visits is also the time a reactionary group with heavy weapons begin to attack the White House. Now, when the headquarters of the United States is sinked in the chaos, he has to use all his abilities to find a way to rescue his daughter and the President out of the White House safely.Keywords:
Actors of "White House Down"Maggie GyllenhaalBirthdate: 16 November 1977, Lower East Side, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
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Directors of "White House Down"Roland EmmerichBirthdate: 10 November 1955, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Creators of "White House Down"James VanderbiltBirthdate: 1975, USA
Critic Reviews of "White House Down"Time OutSeptember 10, 2013
If all you're after is a pair of mismatched heroes wisecracking their way through a series of explosive, well-mounted set pieces, look no further.Miami HeraldJuly 04, 2013
It's Independence Day without the aliens and a president partial to Air Jordans.RogerEbert.comJuly 03, 2013
The special effects are scary-hairy enough to satisfy the midsummer "I wish to go to the moon" impulse.Philadelphia InquirerJuly 01, 2013
The main flaw of White House Down is that it overstays its welcome, thanks in large part to a silly climax that seems to unfold in three laborious acts.The AtlanticJune 28, 2013
Essentially a louder, sillier version of Die Hard, with John Cale standing in for John McClane, a precocious daughter standing in for the plucky wife, and, alas, no one even much trying to stand in for Alan Rickman's deliciously wicked Hans Gruber.ReelViewsJune 28, 2013
It follows the Emmerich template: a spectacle-tinged, compelling setup; a dumb, disappointing midsection; and a cheese-topped denouement that veers so close to self-parody that one is tempted to call it funny.The Film StageAugust 08, 2016
Ultimately, I was bored by White House Down, which is pretty much inexcusable given the level of sublime idiocy on display.Washington Free BeaconJuly 14, 2016
The script reads as if it was written by a college freshman who just got his first taste of Zinn and Chomsky.Epoch TimesJune 19, 2016
Air Force One explodes! Black Hawks! Raptor fighter-jets going hot! Armored cars doing swan dives into the swimming pool! Sneaky plots and diversions! The Kitchen Sink!CinemixtapeApril 17, 2016
In this slash and burn effort on logic and reason in which audience misery is the target, "White House Down" is a bullseye.Critic's NotebookOctober 08, 2015
While none of the tentpoles this summer are doozies, this one is at least something worth cheering about.Philadelphia WeeklyApril 28, 2015
The best Die Hard movie since Speed.
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