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Review: 'White House' turns capital into a blast

9:44 AM, Jun. 27, 2013
As a president in jeopardy, Jamie Foxx, left, cracks wise while Channing Tatum charges in to save the world in 'White House Down.'
As a president in jeopardy, Jamie Foxx, left, cracks wise while Channing Tatum charges in to save the world in 'White House Down.'
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If you see just one terrorists-take-over-the-White-House thriller this year, make it "White House Down." Even if you saw the dour and bloody "Olympus Has Fallen," which has a LOT in common with "White House Down," you owe it to yourself to check out Roland "2012" Emmerich's preachy, goofy, over-the-top take on "'Die Hard' at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave."

From the earnest but earnestly funny president in jeopardy (Jamie Foxx) who doesn't like bad guys yanking on his sneakers ("Take your hands OFF my Jordans!") to the eye-rolling image of a child having a "Les Miz" big-flag-on-the-barricades ...

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